Preventing and controlling powderpost beetles in and around the home Public Deposited

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  • The common name powderpost beetle loosely applies to three closely related beetle families, Lyctidae, Anobiidae, and Bostrichidae. Powderpost beetles breed in dead wood, as well as dried and cured lumber. It is their larvae’s feeding that reduces wood to what scientists call frass—a fine powder or a mass of small pellets. Damage by powderpost beetles occurs in a wide variety of wood products—floors, molding, paneling, crates, furniture, antiques, tool handles, gunstocks, etc.
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