Adult Asian longhorned beetles eat the young bark, leaves and twigs of over 24 species of hardwood tree. These trees include the poplar, birch, maple and elm. More »

As of 2015, no treatment exists for trees already infested by Asian longhorn beetles. Infested trees must be removed immediately to prevent the beetles from spreading. Communities at risk of infestation may use pesticide... More »

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The most helpful way to eliminate Asian beetles, or ladybugs, from your home is to collect them with a broom or a vacuum cleaner. After that, release the bugs outdoors or place them on the plants that are growing inside ... More »

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Many types of beetles are herbivores, but there are a couple of species that eat insects and plant materials. Some beetles are parasitic and attach themselves to mammals, but the average garden beetle feasts on leaves, r... More »

Certain species of beetles do have powerful jaws that bite. Other species such as the Blister beetle can produce a harmful chemical that will sting. Carpet beetles do not bite, but they can leave bite-like marks from the... More »

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Scarab beetles have an omnivorous diet, which means they eat both meat- and plant-based food items. The specifics of the scarab beetle's diet varies with the species of scarab beetle. Some common food sources for scarab ... More »

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Stag beetles are omnivores, meaning they eat both plants and other insects. However, they prefer eating plants and only eat other insects if no other food source is available. More »