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Dec. 1, 2016
The eastern chipmunk (Tamias striatus) is a ground-dwelling rodent common across Missouri, particularly in the Ozark region (Figure 1). Chipmunks have distinctive stripes on their rusty red to chestnut brown fur. Five dark brown stripes line the back ...
Oct. 1, 2016
Carpet beetles and clothes moths can cause serious damage to fabrics, furs and carpets, among other items. This publication describes the carpet beetle and clothes moth species most commonly found in Missouri homes.Carpet beetlesCarpet beetles belong ...
April 1, 2016
Silverfish and firebrats (also called bristletails) belong to the insect order Thysanura. Three species of silverfish — Lepisma saccharina, Ctenolepisma longicaudata and Ctenolepisma quadriseriata — and one species of firebrat, Thermobia ...
Dec. 1, 2015
Crickets belong to the insect order Orthoptera, which also includes grasshoppers and katydids. The chirping sounds for which they are famous are made by the adult males rubbing their wings together to attract females. Like their grasshopper and ...
Oct. 1, 2014
The name carpenter bee applies to several species of bees in the United States that excavate tunnels in sound wood. The only species of economic importance found in Missouri is Xylocopa virginica (L.), a large species also known from Florida north to ...
The ability to sting, coupled with their great mobility, makes bees and wasps some of the most feared of all insects. Many species of bees and wasps are present in every geographic region of Missouri. These species vary in aggressiveness and other ...
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