Showing 20 types of BEETLES (WOOD-BORING)
This is a native of Asia.
This is a native insect in the Southeast U.S.
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.
Possibly European in origin, as it is a much more common and more important wood problem in those countries. It is also present in much of the United States, although not commonly, and is rarely found along the west coast.
This is a native species in the eastern United States.
Possibly European in origin, but it is found in many countries in temperate climates, including the United States, New Zealand, and England, and it is a much more severe pest in England and other European countries than in the U.S. It is, however, a very common problem in east coast cities and in northern California.
Native to North America
Native to North America, and most common in the western states.
Native to the western United States.
This beetle is a native insect in western North America.
Apparently native to Europe, where it may infest up to 50% of the homes in some areas. It now is found on most continents of the world including North America, where it is found along the eastern seaboard states from at least New York, south and along the Gulf Coast to Texas. It may be found as far west as Minnesota and in many other states east of the Mississippi River.
This is a native beetle in western North America.
Native to North America, with only one genus in the family in the U.S.
There are 8 native species of these beetles in North America and the one introduced species from Japan, which is known from only a very few locations in the U.S.
There is this single species of beetle in this family, and it is native to North America.
Species of powder-post beetles occur in many countries throughout the world, easily being transported in infested wood products.
Native beetles in North America.
Introduced from Europe and now found uncommonly throughout much of North America, particularly along waterfront areas. The beetles prefer to invade extremely wet wood materials, as may be found along waterways.
Probably native to the United States, but now found in many countries due to its transport in infested materials.