Definition of Scarabaeidae

1. Noun. Scarab or dung beetles.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Scarabaeidae

Scandinavian nation
Scandinavians
Scania
Scanian
Scanlon
Scanning Probe Microscopy
Scansores
Scanzoni's manoeuvre
Scanzoni's second os
Scaphiopus
Scaphiopus bombifrons
Scaphiopus hammondii
Scaphiopus multiplicatus
Scaphopoda
Scaphosepalum
Scarabaeidae
Scarabaeus sacer
Scaramouch
Scaramouche
Scarborough
Scardinius
Scardinius erythrophthalmus
Scardino vertical flap pyeloplasty
Scarface
Scaridae
Scarlem
Scarlet
Scarlet Day
Scarlett
Scarpa's fascia

Literary usage of Scarabaeidae

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Illustrated Guide to Integrated Pest Management in Rice in Tropical Asia by W. H. Reissig, International Rice Research Institute (1985)
"—G WHITE GRUBS (COLEOPTERA: scarabaeidae) The large larvae of scarab beetles are called white grubs. Grubs are larvae that live in soil. ..."

2. Rice-feeding Insects of Tropical Asia by Barclay M. Shepard, A. T. Barrion, J. A. Litsinger (1995)
"... scarabaeidae The larvae of white grubs feed on the root mass, trimming roots as seen in Figure 264. White grubs are the larvae of scarab beetles. ..."

3. Illustrated Guide to Integrated Pest Management in Rice in Tropical Asia by W. H. Reissig, International Rice Research Institute (1985)
"—G WHITE GRUBS (COLEOPTERA: scarabaeidae) The large larvae of scarab beetles are called white grubs. Grubs are larvae that live in soil. ..."

4. Rice-feeding Insects of Tropical Asia by Barclay M. Shepard, A. T. Barrion, J. A. Litsinger (1995)
"... scarabaeidae The larvae of white grubs feed on the root mass, trimming roots as seen in Figure 264. White grubs are the larvae of scarab beetles. ..."

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