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Pest Reportings in Cleveland

Building TypeCountyDate of FindType of PestCommon NameGenusSpeciesStageNumber of
Insects
VerifiedTrap Type
Historical houseCleveland05/05/2016BeetleCommon furniture beetleAnobiumpunctatumAdult6YesBlunder trap
Historical houseCleveland05/05/2016BeetleGuernsey carpet beetleAnthrenussarnicusAdult4YesBlunder trap
Historical houseCleveland05/05/2016BeetleVaried carpet beetleAnthrenusverbasciAdult4YesBlunder trap
Historical houseCleveland05/05/2016BeetleCarpet beetle larvaAnthrenusspLarva5YesBlunder trap
Historical houseCleveland05/05/2016BeetleTwo-spot carpet beetle [fur beetle]AttagenuspellioAdult5YesBlunder trap
Historical houseCleveland05/05/2016BeetleTwo-spot carpet beetle [fur beetle]AttagenuspellioLarva8YesBlunder trap
Historical houseCleveland05/05/2016BeetleGolden spider beetleNiptushololeucusAdult13YesBlunder trap
Historical houseCleveland05/05/2016BeetleAustralian spider beetlePtinustectusAdult43YesBlunder trap
Historical houseCleveland05/05/2016Other insectBooklouse or psocidLiposcelisbostrychophilaAdult4YesBlunder trap
Historical houseCleveland05/05/2016Other insectSilverfishLepismasaccharinaAdult16YesBlunder trap