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Title: INSECT IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL


1
INSECT IDENTIFICATION AND CONTROL
Original Power Point Created by Joey Wells
Modified by Georgia Agricultural Education
Curriculum Office June 2002
2
TRI-CO. YOUNG FARMERS APRIL 23, 2002
3
INSECTS AS COMPETITORS
  • COMPETE WITH MAN FOR FOOD AND FIBER
  • AS MANY AS 10,000 15,000 KINDS OF INSECTS IN
    GEORGIA
  • CAUSE MANY TYPES OF DAMAGE
  • FEED ON PLANTS
  • CARRY DISEASES
  • CAUSE LOSSES IN THE LIVESTOCK INDUSTRY

4
NOT ALL INSECTS ARE HARMFUL
  • HELP POLLINATE PLANTS
  • PROVIDE VALUABLE FOOD IN THE FOOD CHAIN
  • SOME INSECTS FEED ON OTHER HARMFUL INSECTS

5
CLASSIFICATION OF INSECTS AS TO HOW THEY FEED
  • CHEWING INSECT
  • BITES OFF, CHEWS, AND SWALLOWS PLANT PARTS
  • SUCKING INSECT
  • PIERCES THE OUTER LAYER OF THE PLANT AND SUCKS
    THE SAP FROM THE CELLS

6
FEEDING HABITS DETERMINE CONTROL METHODS
  • CHEWING INSECTS ARE GENERALLY CONTROLLED BY
    STOMACH POISONS
  • SUCKING INSECTS ARE GENERALLY CONTROLLED BY
    CONTACT POISONS

7
HOUSE FLY
Adult 0.3 in.
8
GREEN BOTTLE FLY
Adult 0.5 in.
9
ROSE CURCULIO WEEVIL
10
SOLDIER BEETLES
11
DARKLING GROUND BEETLES
12
PREDACEOUS GROUND BEETLE
13
FIREFLIES
14
MONARCH BUTTERFLY
15
MORNING CLOAK BUTTERFLY
16
CLIMBING CUTWORM
17
SURFACE CUTWORM
18
CANKER WORM
19
WOOLYBEAR CATERPILLAR
20
BAGWORM
21
BAGWORM
22
HARLEQUIN BUGS
23
GREEN STINKBUG
24
STINKBUG
25
LACEBUG
26
AMBUSH BUG
27
APHIDS
28
YELLOW PECAN APHID
29
BLACK PECAN APHID
30
MEALYBUGS
31
COTTONY CUSHION SCALE
32
SCALE INSECTS
33
WHITEFLIES
34
THREE CORNERED ALFALFA HOPPER DAMAGE
35
THREE CORNERED ALFALFA HOPPER
36
BEAN LEAF BEETLE
37
BEAN LEAF BEETLE DAMAGE
38
SOUTHERN CORN BILLBUG
39
HUNTING BILLBUGS
40
BILL BUG DAMAGE
41
BLISTER BEETLE
42
BOLLWEEVIL ADULT
43
BOLL WEEVIL LARVA
44
BOLL WEEVIL LIFE CYCLE
45
CABBAGE BUTTERFLY
46
CABBAGE SOYBEAN LOOPERS
47
CHINCH BUG
48
CLICK BEETLE WIREWORM ADULT
49
COLORADO POTATO BEETLE
50
COLORADO POTATO BEETLE LARVA
51
CORN EARWORM
52
CORN EAR WORM
53
CORN EARWORM MOTH
54
CORN EARWORM DAMAGE
55
COTTON FLEAHOPPER
56
COWPEA CURCULIO
57
COWPEA CURCULIO DAMAGE
58
CUTWORMS
59
DEODAR WEEVIL
60
GREEN JUNE BUG
61
GREEN JUNE BUG LARVA
62
GREENBUGS
63
GREENBUG HONEYDEW ON WHEAT
64
JAPANESE BEETLE
65
JAPANESE BEETLE
66
JAPANESE BEETLE
67
LESSER CORNSTALK BORER
68
LESSER CORNSTALK BORER IN PEANUT STEM
69
LESSER CORNSTALK BORER IN PEANUT POD
70
LESSER CORNSTALK BORER MALE ADULT
71
LEAF MINER
72
LEAFHOPPER
73
ROOT-KNOT NEMATODES
74
SOUTHERN ROOT KNOT NEMATODE
75
LESION NEMATODES
76
LOOPER DAMAGE
77
SOYBEAN LOOPER MOTH
78
MEXICAN BEAN BEETLE
79
SOUTHERN MOLE CRICKET
80
SOUTHERN MOLE CRICKETS
81
MOLE CRICKET
82
PEACH TREE BORER
83
PEACH TREE BORER
84
PEACHTREE BORER ADULT
85
PECAN WEEVIL
86
PECAN WEEVIL
87
PEPPER WEEVIL ADULT
88
POTATO LEAFHOPPER ADULT
89
SOUTHERN CORN ROOT WORM ADULT
90
SOUTHERN CORN ROOT WORM
91
SOUTHERN CORN ROOT WORM
92
SOUTHERN CORNSTALK BORER
93
SPIDER MITES
94
SQUASH BUG
95
SQUASH BUGS FROM EGGS
96
SWEET POTATO WEEVIL
97
TARNISHED PLANT BUG
98
THREE CORNERED ALFALFA HOPPER
99
THRIP
100
THRIP DAMAGE ON COTTON
101
TOBACCO BUDWORM MOTH
102
TOBACCO FLEA BEETLE
103
TOMATO HORNWORM
104
TOBACCO HORNWORM
105
VELVET BEAN CATERPILLER
106
VELVET BEAN CATERPILLER MOTH
107
WHITE FRINGED BEETLE
108
WHITE GRUB
109
WIREWORMS
110
WIREWORM DAMAGE
111
SOUTHERN ARMYWORM
112
FALL ARMYWORM
113
FALL ARMYWORM
114
FALL ARMYWORM MOTH
115
FALL ARMYWORM EGGS
116
FALL ARMYWORM DAMAGE
117
TRUE ARMY WORM
118
YELLOW STRIPED ARMYWORM
119
FUNGUS GNAT
120
SPITTLE BUG
121
CICADA
122
GRASSHOPPER
123
CRANE FLIES
124
TERMITES
125
SPIDERS
126
SILVERFISH
127
DRAGONFLIES AND DAMSELFLIES
128
MAYFLIES
129
ANTLIONS
130
CENTIPEDE
131
MILLIPEDES
132
SOWBUGS AND PILLBUGS
133
SLUGS
134
LADY BEETLES
135
PRAYING MANTIDS
136
LACEWINGS
137
HOVER FLIES
138
PARASITIC WASP PUPAE ON HORNWORM
139
PARASITIC WASP
140
SOUTHERN PINE BEETLE
141
PINE BEETLE SIZE
142
PINE BEETLE SIZE
143
SOUTHERN PINE BEETLE PITCH TUBES
144
SOUTHERN PINE BEETLE PITCH TUBES AND EXIT HOLES
145
SOUTHERN PINE BEETLE BLUE STAIN FUNGUS
146
SOUTHERN PINE BEETLE GALLERIES
147
SOUTHERN PINE BEETLE EXIT HOLES
148
IPS BEETLES
149
IPS BEETLE
150
IPS BEETLE ADULT
151
IPS BEETLE TOP KILL
152
IPS GALLERIES
153
BLACK TURPENTINE BEETLE
154
BLACK TURPENTINE BEETLE PUPA AND LARVA
155
BLACK TURPENTINE LARVA
156
BLACK TURPENTINE BEETLE PITCH TUBES
157
PINE WEB WORM
158
PINE WEB WORM
159
LOBLOLLY PINE SAWFLY
160
RED HEADED PINE SAWFLY
161
PALES WEEVIL
162
PALES WEEVIL
163
TENT CATERPILLER TENT
164
EASTERN TENT CATERPILLAR
165
WALKING STICK
166
LONGHORN BEETLE
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