Like other species of powderpost beetles, bostrichid powderpost beetles lay their eggs in wood. When their larvae emerge , the newborns eat the pupate of the wood, making it fragile and unusable.
What Do Bostrichid Powderpost Beetles Look Like?
- Vary in size from 1/16 in. to 1 in.
- Reddish brown to black.
Where Do Bostrichid Powderpost Beetles Live?
- Found around the world.
- There are 63 species in the U.S. alone.
How Do I Deal with Bostrichid Powderpost Beetles?
To prevent bostrichid powderpost from entering your home, you should inspect any wood material brought into your house. If you identify and infestation, call U.S. Pest! We offer a FREE inspection to determine the right solution for your pest problem.