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Insect Information : What Does the Japanese Beetle Look Like?

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Uploaded on Jan 25, 2009

Japanese beetles are about a centimeter in length, with a dark green metallic prothorax and brown wing covers with rose striations. Identify Japanese beetles, often considered pests, with information from an entomologist and insect specialist in this free video on beetles.

Expert: Mike Quinn
Bio: Mike Quinn has a Master of Science degree in entomology from Texas A&M University.
Filmmaker: Todd Green

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