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Be on the watch for these insects in June, 2017

Jeffrey Hahn

Insects in and around homes

Insects in garden and landscape


  • Andrenid bees
  • Beetles
  • Borers
  • (True) Bugs
  • Caterpillars
  • Flies (maggots)
  • Leafminers
  • Slugs
  • Trees and shrubs

  • Aphids
  • Birch leafminers
  • Borers
  • Caterpillars
  • European elm flea weevil
  • Leaf beetles
  • Galls, insects and mites
  • Ichneumonid wasp (Megarhyssa)
  • Lace bugs
  • Plant bugs
  • Sawflies
  • Scales (crawlers are active)
  • Turf

  • Field ants in lawns
  • Bluegrass billbug
  • Japanese beetle white grubs (If there has been a recurring problem with lawn damage from JB white grubs, the best time to treat lawns is about when adults first emerge, about late June or early July)
  • Sod webworms
  • Insects and relatives that bite or sting


  • Flies
  • Ticks
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