Junebugs and Japanese beetles are two different insects, but they look similar.93sleeper said:Arnt those the same things at Japanese Beetles? The kind that eats the hell out of a bean field?
Yea, I havent really seen any june bugs around here, but japs are so common, just 3 of those thing will get in my pool filter and cause it to jump 10 psi!Craig-and-Molly said:
Junebugs and Japanese beetles are two different insects, but they look similar.
I'm lucky: I haven't ever encountered a June Bug that I can remember. However, I have friggin' Japanese Beetles trying to eat my Morning Glories, the bastards.
"Yea, we give those to our neighbors that we dont like so it attracts them to thier houses, lol." Quote from my old shop teacher.GreenBird said:in the summer we set traps for jap beetles. this scent attracts them and them they try to land on it, and they slide into a plastic bag. after afew days you have 3 or 4 pounds of writhing beetles.
The june bugs like to latch onto our door screens. you can flick the screen, and they go flying to the ground, and thud and they are dead.