Red-Shouldered Leaf Beetle
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A distinct beetle that is approximately 10 mm long. It is yellow in colour, with red patches near its shoulders. The pest is typically seen in pasture or fruit-growing areas throughout QLD, NSW and NT. The beetle lays eggs in the soil and the larvae feeds on the grass roots. Swarms of adult beetles can devastate crops within hours.
Warm-and cool-season (turf) grass varieties.
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