Oriental Beetle

Exomala orientalis

Oriental Beetle Control

The larvae of the Oriental Beetle feed on turfgrass and a wide variety of ornamental plants. They can cause major damage. Grass that has been attacked by oriental beetle larvae will pull out easily and often have brown, even dead patches.
The adults do not feed much but when they do, they prefer roses, phlox, petunias, squash, and other plants. Beetles give plants a ragged appearance when they feed.

Photo courtesy of Mike Reding & Betsy Anderson, USDA ARS, Bugwood.org.

For control products and more information please see our Pest Beetle Control page.

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