Showing 6 types of BOSTRICHID BEETLES
This beetle is native to Asia, but because of its ability to be spread in infested wood products as well as grains, spices, and other foods, it is found throughout the world.
Native to western North America, where it is present along the Pacific Coast states and into Arizona.
Native to North America, and most common in the western states.
Possibly originating in the West Indies where it is believed to have fed on trees and their roots, this beetle is now found worldwide. Most other members of the family have larvae that are wood feeders, including several that are destructive to structural wood members and furniture.
This is a native insect in the eastern half of North America.
Species of powder-post beetles occur in many countries throughout the world, easily being transported in infested wood products.