rose chafer


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rose chafer

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Darwin scholars may reel at anthropologist Weaver's revelation that a large part of the theory of evolution derived from hints provided by a friendly rose chafer beetle.
Gardeners could also find the rose chafer and the elephant hawk-moth hovering amongst their prized flowers.
In addition, another set of vines was damaged early in the season (pea-sized berry) and late in the season (veraison) utilizing two naturally occurring foliar herbivores: the rose chafer, Macrodactylus subspinosus, and the Japanese beetle, Popillia japordca, respectively.