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red flour beetle adult

red flour beetle adult

The red flour beetle (Tribolium castaneum), shown here on bleached flour, is a significant pest of stored products. In new research, very few red flour beetles normally developed to adults after exposure to insecticidal pyrolysis oil derived from biofuel production. (Photo by Rob Morrison, Ph.D.)

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