Sawtoothed Grain Beetle

Oryzaephilus Surinamensis

The sawtoothed grain beetle commonly feeds on stored grain. They will lay up to 400 eggs per day on the upper layer of the grain they infest, and they feed by entering broken kernels, feeding on the germ, decreasing the percentage of gain which will germinate.

Sawtoothed Grain Beetle Prevention

Prevention of these pests include the removal of contaminated food materials.

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