Several species of beetles may invade homes. Because they rarely damage anything in the home, they generally are considered to be nuisance pests. These insects vary widely in size and habits. This publication describes some of the more common household-invading beetles found in Missouri.
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Sanders, Darryl P. (University of Missouri Extension, 1994)
Not all forests are disturbed equally: population dynamics and resource selection of black-backed woodpeckers in the Black Hills, South Dakota Rota, Christopher Thomas (University of Missouri--Columbia, 2013)Black-backed Woodpeckers are a disturbance-dependent species that rely on burned forests and mountain pine beetle infestations. Efforts to prevent or mitigate the effects of these natural disturbances may lead to habitat ...
Williams, David L., 1935-; Palm, Einar Wallace, 1923-; Munson, Ralph Eugene; Baker, David E. (University of Missouri Extension, 1993-10)Grain isn't necessarily "in the bin" after harvest. That is, broken kernels, moisture pockets, insects, storage molds and other problems can set in and take away your hard-earned capital. This publication addresses problems ...