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Household and stored-food insects of public health importance and their control.
Harold George Scott
by U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Communicable Disease Center; [for sale by the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Govt. Print. Off. in Atlanta
Written in English
|Series||Public Health Service publication, no. 772|
|LC Classifications||TX325 .S34|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||63064988|
Beetles constitute the largest order of insects but are of relatively minor public health or veterinary importance. Adults and larvae of a few species occasionally bite, but, of greater significance, some species secrete chemicals that can irritate the skin and eyes of humans and other animals. Anatomy and biology. Psocids are small, scavenging insects with a relatively generalized body plan. They feed primarily on fungi, algae, lichen, and organic detritus in nature but are also known to feed on starch-based household items like grains, wallpaper glue and book bindings. They have chewing mandibles, and the central lobe of the maxilla is modified into a slender rod.
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Household and stored-food insects of public health importance and their control. Atlanta  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Harold George Scott. Handbook of pest control: the behavior, life history, and control of household pests,pages, Arnold Mallis, Franzak & FosterFile Size: KB.
Pratt, Harry D.: Household and stored-food insects of public health importance and their control / (Atlanta: Center for Disease Control, ), also by Harold George Scott, Kent S. Littig, and Center for Disease Control (page images at HathiTrust) Pratt, Harry D.: I.
Author(s): Scott,Harold George Title(s): Household and stored-food insects of public health importance and their control. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Atlanta  Description: 55 p. ill. Language: English MeSH: Food Contamination*; Insect Control*; Insects* Notes: Public Health Service publication, no.
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Stored product pests are found in almost every home at some time. Yet few people recognize why stored product pests occur, or how to identify them. Many are transported into the home from a store or warehouse. Others originate in the home when susceptible items are stored for long periods of time.
Finding the same insect repeatedly in the home is a good indication of a stored product pest. This is one of the easiest stored food insects to identify because the adults have a colorful appearance and the larvae leave a silken webbing trail wherever they crawl.
Newly emerged adults are bi-colored and measure about 1/2" from top to bottom. Description. Eggs: are microscopic. Female adults lay eggs during their short lifetime.
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Abstract does not appear. First page follows. Insects have long infested man’s household and his stored food products, as is evidenced by their presence in Egyptian tombs (Alfieri, )4 and by references in the Bible (Marlatt, ).
Yet their place and mode of origin are not well known—an unfortunate fact, since the natural habitats may provide a clue to sources of infestations and.
A stored food product can become infested anywhere during the process from production until it arrives in your home. However, stored food is most likely to become infested in stores or in homes. Most of the stored food insects also are pests of stored grain or other.
Nobody wants to find insect parts, rat hairs, mouse poop or maggots in their food. But the Food and Drug Administration does allows low levels of these nasty things along with a bunch of other.
Insect Pests of Stored Foods Insects infesting stored foods are one of the most common household insect problems. The many different kinds of insects that invade stored dried foods are often referred to as "pantry pests." They contaminate more food than they consume, and most people find the contaminated products unfit for consumption.
Pantry pests: Insects found in stored food Insecticides are not recommended for controlling insects in stored food cupboards. Household insecticides have no effect on insects inside food packages. Any control of insects outside of packaging is temporary unless you.
Control of household pests has many facets, as the subject concerns with the pests themselves, their biology, aspects of public health, pest control chemicals, methods of applying them, and equipment. It involves food, manufacturing processes, aspects of building construction, toxicity, and legislation.Stored product or pantry pests include several beetles, moths, and a mite that can infest whole grains or processed foods.
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