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Japanese Beetles in Alabama
Shane Harris, Kathy Flanders
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Publication Date: 03/10/2005

Japanese beetles were first found in the United States in 1916, in New Jersey, and have since migrated south where the adult beetles feed on 300 species of plants. They are distinguishable from other beetles by six tufts of white hairs on their bodies. This publication details the appearance and life cycle of the Japanese beetle and provides information about controlling grubs and adult populations.