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confused flour beetle

confused flour beetle

A normally developed adult confused flour beetle (Tribolium confusum) on whole wheat. Very few confused 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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