A black-eyed leaf damaged by Meaxican bean beetle.jpg
       
     
A Foraging Honeybee.jpg
       
     
A mature larva of armyworm.jpg
       
     
A Nymph of southern green stink with white spots on abdominal segment.jpg
       
     
A simple method of garlic planting.jpg
       
     
A stink Bug Adult.jpg
       
     
Adult of a green lacewing.jpg
       
     
An infective juvenile of H. indica nematodes.jpg
       
     
AntMound.jpg
       
     
Ants in destroyed.jpg
       
     
Aphid coloney on a young plant of black eyed susan.jpg
       
     
An Infective Juvenile of Root-knot nematode.jpg
       
     
Galls caused by Root-knot nematodes.jpeg
       
     
Adults of Japanese beetles
       
     
A black-eyed leaf damaged by Meaxican bean beetle.jpg
       
     
A Foraging Honeybee.jpg
       
     
A mature larva of armyworm.jpg
       
     
A Nymph of southern green stink with white spots on abdominal segment.jpg
       
     
A simple method of garlic planting.jpg
       
     
A stink Bug Adult.jpg
       
     
Adult of a green lacewing.jpg
       
     
An infective juvenile of H. indica nematodes.jpg
       
     
AntMound.jpg
       
     
Ants in destroyed.jpg
       
     
Aphid coloney on a young plant of black eyed susan.jpg
       
     
An Infective Juvenile of Root-knot nematode.jpg
       
     
Galls caused by Root-knot nematodes.jpeg
       
     
Adults of Japanese beetles
       
     
Adults of Japanese beetles

Japanese beetles (Popillia japonica) are one of the most damaging insect pests of many agricultural and horticultural crops, ornamental plants and turfgrasses. Larvae of Japanese beetles are also called as grubs that mainly damage plant roots whereas their adults damage only aboveground plant parts like flowers, fruits, leaves and twigs.