and related insects are distributed throughout the United States and Canada. Dubuque, Iowa. The most commonly encountered white grubs are the larvae of June bugs, European Chafers, Masked Chafers, Billbugs, Oriental Beetles and Japanese Beetles. Grubs feed now for between four and six months. Because the grubs have destroyed the roots the grass pulls back easily. The egg hatches and the fly larva enters the body cavity of the beetle, feeding on and eventually killing the host before pupating. Photograph by James Castner, University of Florida. It is in the grub stage that these insects do the most damage by feeding on grass roots causing the grass to die. Adults emerge from pupae in about 3 weeks. White grubs and their allies: a study of North American scarabaeoid larvae. Learn which plants thrive in your Hardiness Zone with our new interactive map! Adults: May beetles are about 12 to 25 mm long. Most beetles pass through 3 – 5 stages during the larval period and some can even have up to 30 stages whereas other beetles can have only 1 stage as larvae. Within 13 (a 13-year-old cicada) or 17 years (a 17-year-old cicada) in the soil, the mature nymphs emerge and climb right onto some vertical surface or nearby vegetation. They root around just below the surface, eating the roots of grass and other plants as they grow. Grubs are the larval stage of the European chafer, June beetle (June bug) and/or Japanese beetle. As adult beetles, we swarm in great numbers in early summer, usually at dark and are strongly attracted to lights.. What I eat: As a larva, I live underground and eat the roots of grasses and other plants. Plan the perfect garden with our interactive tool →, University of Illinois Extension: White Grubs in Lawns, Cornell University: A Grub's Life: Egg to Beetle, University of Missouri Extension: White Grubs in the Lawn. Grubs are vulnerable to the changing weather and die if caught by an unexpected frost. This is how the grub gets bigger, and it typically happens over the course of two years, depending on the life cycle length of the species. Some, such as the green June beetle, are more brightly colored. In 3 to 4 weeks, small grubs (larvae) hatch from eggs and develop through three stages (instars), with the first two stages lasting about 3 weeks. Grub is a term used most often to refer to the larval stage of one of three beetle species: the European chafer, June beetle and Japanese beetle. They feed on foliage and flowers at night, sometimes causing considerable damage. Figure 3. Like it? Pupa: The length of the pupae varies from 20 to 24 mm long. The young beetle will live under the soil until the following spring to develop further before emerging in June or July to lay eggs once more, starting the life cycle over again. Bionomics and control of root feeding insect pests: grubs and billbugs. June bugs’ larvae are whitish, C-shaped grubs that live underground. Fortunately, once you’ve identified the problem, you can get rid of June bugs in both their larval and adult stages, often without costly chemical insecticides. The Phyllophaga life cycles vary somewhat because some species complete their growth in one year, while others require as much as four years. Fortunately, there are just a few basic larval types and they are relatively easy to recognize. Photograph by Jim Kalisch, University of Nebraska-Lincoln. (no longer available online). pp. This is the stage that lets them molt from grubs to adult beetles. They can be used to control a broad range of soil-inhabiting insects and above-ground insects in their soil-inhabiting stage of life. Phyllophaga larvae and other larvae of the family Scarabaeidae are often referred to as white grubs, including larvae of the Japanese beetle (Popillia japonica Newman), annual white grubs (Cyclocephala spp. Some species of larvae need more than one year to develop, so they hibernate in the soil again once the weather drops in the autumn. June bugs, also called May or June beetles, go through a life cycle that spans one to three years. The grubs have excessively high appetites and feed constantly. June bugs are commonly seen in many areas in the United States, as well as other regions of the world which facilitate their living conditions. The greatest amount of damage occurs as the larvae move near the soil surface to feed on the roots of the plants. 1979. Two parallel rows of spines seen on the undersi… The larvae will molt twice before winter. The next autumn the larvae again migrate deep into the soil to overwinter, returning near the soil surface the following spring to feed on plant roots until they are fully grown in late spring. Figure 1. At this stage, it’s possible to have both adults and larvae feeding on your lawn and if the problem is ignored, dead lawn patches quickly appear. In late March and April, grubs move back up to the surface of the soil. Oregon State Monograph Studies in Entomology 4: 1-219. Grub will feed until the temperature begins to drop in autumn. As they grow and feed in July, the females begin laying a series of 60 eggs under the soil. Can the June bug insect be dealt with entirely naturally? Figure 5. Take a look at the life cycle and characteristics of this mini-beast, and also read some interesting facts about it. Photograph by John L. Capinera, University of Florida. … Immature Insects (Volume 2). Larvae which pupate early enough will emerge in late in the summer. Lawn grubs are a common pest of the home lawn. 1989.The Scarab Beetles of Florida (USA): (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) Part II. The larva is a specialized feeding stage that looks very different from the adult. This results in drought susceptibility and the ability to easily pull the grass away from the soil surface. White grubs are the slug-like larval stage of many insects. 126-128. Lawn grubs are a common pest of the home lawn. Adult Japanese beetles (June bugs) typically lay eggs in lawns in June. Kendall/Hunt Publishing Co. Dubuque, Iowa. IDENTIFICATION: White grubs are the larval stage of May or June beetles. Scarab beetles generally lay their eggs in the ground, in dung, or in other decomposing materials including carrion. Adults bury themselves under the dirt during the day, reports the University of Missouri. In late June or early July, according to Cornell University, beetles begin to leave the ground and feed on other bugs and plants. No-tillage or reduced tillage crop management encourages grub populations. The larval stage is when June bugs are the most harmful to lawns and gardens. However, the distribution of individual species usually is more restricted. Some, such as the green June beetle, are more brightly colored. June beetle larvae, called white grubs, are about 25 mm (1 inch) long and live in the soil. Adult green June beetle, Cotinis nitida Linnaeus. Firefly larvae produce light and are sometimes called glowworms. Figure 8. The hind portion of the abdomen is slightly enlarged and appears darker due to the soil particles showing through the body wall. John Wiley and Sons. The May or June beetles (genus. How to Know the Beetles. Now after 4-8 weeks of chomping away under ground, the larvae will pupate. During this stage, the larva begin to take the shape of the adult beetle. Larvae are white with a C-shaped body, brown head, and three pairs of legs. Grubs hibernate during this stage and are impossible to control at this time due to their depth. After pupating, an adult emerge, and there you have your beetle. Some species of larvae need more than one year to develop, so they hibernate in the soil again once the weather drops in the autumn. During the first stage of growth the grubs feed on the roots of the grass in the lawn. During the first stage of growth the grubs feed on the roots of the grass in the lawn. Parasitic wasp larva feeding externally on white grub, Phyllophaga spp. These are the most common in New England. Photograph by John L. Capinera, University of Florida. If corn or small grains are present, every effort should be made to keep the field free of grass and weed growth to reduce the number of beetle eggs laid. The last abdominal segment is clear, allowing dark digested material to be seen. Ritcher PO. In the southern United States, the name green June beetle is applied to a similar green-and-brown beetle that, in the adult stages, feeds on ripe figs and other fruit. 1951. 241. The worm-like larvae form the pupa or cocoon as it often called, then lay dormant. Insecticide control of a white grub. The adult beetles emerge from the pupal stage a few weeks later, but they do not leave the ground. For this cultural practice to be effective, plowing must occur before the grubs migrate below the plow depth. Stehr FW. As they grow, they feed on the roots of the grass, causing large patches, browning and otherwise ruining the appearance of the lawn grass. After developing into the third and final instar stage, fully mature larvae are typically 25 mm in length and ready to pupate. More than 200 species of insect pests from 100 insect families are susceptible to these insect predators. Copyright Leaf Group Ltd. // Leaf Group Lifestyle. Larval June bugs feed in warm summers and under the soil during winter. (1998). In late June or early July, according to Cornell University, beetles begin to leave the ground and feed on other bugs and plants. Metcalf RL, Metcalf RA. Jaques HE. The River Bug on the Black Sea at midsummer brings down some thin membranes that look like berries out of which burst a four-legged caterpillar in the manner of the creature mentioned above, but it does not live beyond one day, owing to which it is called the hemerobius. The ideal conditions are green healthy, irrigated lawns. Insect Pests of Farm, Garden, and Orchard. My Home: Found all over North America, I hide in trees during the day. This commonly happens in the southern region allowing for two cycles to progress annually. Life Cycle of the European Chafer Beetle. The Life Cycle of Scarabs Like all beetles, scarabs undergo complete metamorphosis with four stages of development: egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Most adults are yellow to dark reddish-brown to black, robust, oblong, glossy beetles. After feeding for several weeks, they lay their eggs in the ground. Late spring or early autumn plowing destroys many larvae, pupae, and adults in the soil and also exposes the insects to predators, such as birds and skunks. Once ready, the grubs dig down into the soil to below the frost line, where they go into a third stage of life. The larval stage persists for two to three years. Typical June beetle, adult of white grub, of the genus Phyllophaga. An understanding to the life cycle of this insect will be of importance to those responsible for its elimination and control. The larvae feed on the ground and pupate in the grub cell where they stay over the winter. 1991. Larvae develop through 3 larval stages (instars) where they grow then shed their exoskeleton (a process known as moulting) at each stage. Pest problems? The dorsal segments are flattened and extend to the back and sides, like overlapping plates. Photograph by Paul M. Choate, University of Florida. Adult Beetle. Pupa. This stage of the beetle life cycle is where the greatest change in form takes place. Rolston LH, Barlow T. 1980. White grubs. Two parallel rows of spines seen on the underside of the last abdominal segment distinguish true white grubs from similar-looking larvae. The female will lay from 60-75 eggs underground. Adult beetles are nocturnal bugs and do not appear during the day, making detection difficult. Once larvae have overwintered, they move again to the surface for a brief feeding period before becoming a fully developed adult in September. After about 18 days, the eggs hatch out and the newly hatched larvae spend the next nine months going through three stages of larval growth and finally emerge in the spring as a newly hatched June bug. Also, Cordyceps fungus infects the grubs. The year following heavy flights of May beetles, planting corn or potatoes should be avoided in fields that were previously under sod or grass. Most adults are yellow to dark reddish-brown to black, robust, oblong, glossy beetles. They are small, spherical, pearly white eggs that darken just before hatching. Adults emerge the following spring. Green June beetles can be found in the eastern part of the United States. Phyllophaga spp. C. Brown Company. In late March and April, grubs move back up to the surface of the soil. pp. Bulletin of the Entomological Society of America 19: 92-94. Typical white grub of the genus Phyllophaga. These stages are marked by the grub molting, or shedding its outer skin after growing a new one underneath. Adult beetles emerge from the ground at the end of spring or start of summer. After hatching, the first instar is 5mm long. The hind portion of the abdomen is slightly enlarged and appears darker due to the soil particles showing through the body wall. ), and the green June beetle (Cotinis nitida Linnaeus). These grubs then form oval earthen cells and pupate. June bug larvae are small white grubs with brown heads. Although white grubs can be a problem every year, the most serious damage occurs in regular three year cycles. During the first stage of growth the grubs feed on the roots of the grass in the lawn. 378-385. White grub, Phyllophaga spp., infected with Cordyceps fungus. Larvae are white with a C-shaped body, brown head, and three pairs of legs. Grubs feed close to the surface of the lawn and are most vulnerable to chemical control with pesticides at this time. WM. Beneficial nematodes seek out and kill all stages of harmful soil-dwelling insects. During late spring and early summer, the overwintering generation of beetles dies. During their last larval instar the June bugs dig deep into the soil to shield themselves from freezing winter temperatures. The outer skin of the grub is thicker than in the fall, making chemical control at this time nearly impossible. The egg, larva, and pupa life cycle stages develop underground and unless soil is removed or dug into, these life stages will not be seen. The adults mate in the evening and, at dawn, females return to the ground to deposit 15 to 20 eggs, 1 to 8 inches deep in the soil. About 75% of all insect species go through the four stages of complete metamorphosis - egg, larva, pupa, and adult. Destructive and Useful Insects: Their Habits and Control. During the spring, damage is more apparent than root damage during the fall. The time period to reach adulthood from the pupal stage varies dramatically among different types of beetles. Larvae vary in size with age and species. The larval stage is the most destructive stage of the insects. The European chafer beetle originated in continental Europe but is now an invasive species found in temperate climates in North America, where they are often called June bugs. A pelecinid wasp, a natural enemy of white grubs, Phyllophaga spp. Eggs hatch about three weeks later into young larvae that feed upon roots and decaying vegetation throughout the summer and, in autumn, migrate downward (to a depth of up to 1.5 meters) and remain inactive until the following spring. Adult Japanese beetle, Popillia japonica Newman. Grubs are the larval stage of the common May or June beetle or the Southern masked chafer. Photograph by James Castner, University of Florida. Observing Japanese beetles feeding on plants is quite common since the adult beetle feeds on about 300 species of trees, shrubs, ornamental, and fruit trees, in … 1966. North Carolina Corn Information. Grubs begin to feed again, this time more aggressively. Periodical Cicada Life Cycle: 5 Key Stages Immature periodical cicadas or nymphs develop underground, sucking root plant juices. 1993. Grubs feed close to the surface of the lawn and are most vulnerable to chemical control with pesticides at this time. Adults do not feed on turfgrasses; however, in their larval stage, they tunnel through the soil and feed on plant roots. Larva (Larval Stage) As with many beetles, lightning bug larvae look somewhat wormlike. June Bug Grubs. Figure 4. New York. Adults:May beetles are about 12 to 25 mm long. Damage to the lawn is not easily recognized at this stage. Grubs often feed into August, when they change into their second stage of growth. Females can lay up to 75 eggs in their short adult life. pp. The greatest damage to crops occurs the year after the appearance of the adults. At the second instar larvae burrow into the soil. After two to three weeks, grubs hatch. The last larval stage remains in the soil from the fall through spring. Meanwhile, the grubs or larvae that started life early in spring begin to emerge as lawn foraging beetles. Inoculating the soil with bacterial spores of Bacillus popilliae Dutky and Bacillus lentimorbus Dutky aids in reducing populations. Woodruff RE, Beck BM. Share it! Adults are medium to dark brown. This product’s active ingredient is chlorantraniliprole. Topics covered include biology of the bug, lawn grub damage and control of white grubs (the name used to cover the larval stages of destructive beetles such as June Beetles, Japanese Beetles, Chafers and others.) At the end of summer during its final instar, the grub digs deep into the soil so it is protected from cold weather. Figure 6. Damage to the lawn is not easily recognized at this stage. Larvae:The length of the larvae varies from 20 to 45 mm. The beetles overwinter in the soil, emerging the following year in May or June when feeding, mating, and egg-laying take place. The heavy-bodied June beetles vary from 12 to 25 mm (0.5 to 1 inch) and have shiny wing covers (elytra). All Rights Reserved. Natural enemies that control these white grubs include parasitic wasps and flies in the genera Tiphia and Myzinum (Hymenoptera: Tiphiidae), and Pelecinus polyturator Drury (Hymenoptera: Pelecinidae), and the fly, Pyrgota undata (Diptera: Pyrgotidae). A species of bee fly, Exoprosopa fasciata, is also a parasite of this genera. It then enters into the ‘pupal stage’ which can take up to 9 months and usually happens over the winter period. The June Bug is a nocturnal beetle that hatches from a larvae in the springtime of the year. During the larval portion of their life cycle, June bugs go through three separate instars, or stages. In spring and early summer, white grubs pupate 3 to 6 inches deep in the soil. Grubs often feed into August, when they change into their second stage of growth. Scotts GrubEx, 5,000-sq ft against Larvae. Tashiro H. 1973. Larvae: The length of the larvae varies from 20 to 45 mm. Davidson RH, Lyon WF. Larvae feed on plant roots, carrion, or dung, depending on the type of scarab. If you want to attract wildlife to your yard, … These white grubs are laid in midsummer in sunny areas of the lawn . As an adult, I feed at night and eat vegetation, usually the leaves from trees and bushes. They have extremely fast metabolisms, and eat nearly constantly. Since the adults are attracted to trees to feed, they tend to lay most eggs in the higher portions of sod near wooded areas. Over the course of the next two years, larvae pass through three stages (called instars) becoming larger and more destructive with each stage. McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc. New York. True white grubs are the larvae of May beetles (also called June Beetles) found in the genus Phyllophaga, of which there are over 100 different species. During the years of heavy May beetle infestation, deep-rooted legumes, such as alfalfa or clovers, should be planted. Eggs: Eggs are usually 1.5 to 3 mm in diameter and found encased in soil aggregates. Figure 2. The fully grown larva color is glassy yellowish white shading toward green or blue at the head and tail. June Bug. A pyrgotid fly, a natural enemy of white grubs, Phyllophaga spp. Larvae are characteristically C-shaped with a white body and tan to brown head. Grubs feed close to the surface of the lawn and are most vulnerable to chemical control with pesticides at this time. June bug larva stage The grubs will grow to about 40 mm (1.6 in) and are white with a brownish-black head and brown spiracles along the sides of the body. They grow exponentially and molt twice before moving on to the next stage of their life cycle. These products are available commercially. The grubs burrow deep underground to survive the winter. Figure 7. 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