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Japanese Beetle in Field Corn

The adult is shiny metallic green with copperbrown wing covers and is characterized by the presence of five tufts of white hairs which protrude from under the wing covers along each side of the abdomen, with two additional tufts of white hairs on the tip of the abdomen (Fig. 1); the grub has a distinct head capsule that is dark brown to orange in color with the rest of the body an off-white or grayish color due to the presence of soil or fecal matter in the hindgut (Fig. 2). 8.5 x 11, 3 pages, DS, single staple upper left, 24#, color page 1\12\NGWTHLTO201157.png

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