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red flour beetle on long-lasting insecticide netting

red flour beetle on long-lasting insecticide netting

In this close-up view, a red flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum) lies dead in long-lasting insecticide netting. A new study shows that such netting could have promising applications in stored-product facilities to protect foods like wheat, corn, and soybeans from pests. (Photo credit: Rob Morrison, Ph.D.)

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