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Bean Leaf Beetle

Sampling bean leaf beetles

Counting Bean Leaf Beetle

Bean leaf beetle without spots

Bean Leaf Beetle (red phase)

Bean leaf beetle (yellow phase)

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Bean leaf beetle (yellow phase)

Bean Leaf Beetle Feeding

Bean Leaf Beetle

Bean leaf beetle (red phase)

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Bean leaf beetle (red phase and yellow phase)

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Bean Leaf Beetle

The bean leaf beetle often has four rectangular spots in the center of the wing covers.

Bean Leaf Beetle

This image appears in the following articles:

Bean leaf beetles reduce soybean yield (September 1996)
Precision agriculture and soybean insects (April 1998)
Beetles transmit a new soybean virus (April 2000)
New concept for bean leaf beetle management (July 2000)
Bean leaf beetles active through mid-June (June 2001)
Early-season management of bean leaf beetle and bean pod mottle virus (May 2002)


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Iowa State University Entomology Department. Last modified 7/25/03 by John VanDyk.