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Adult Bean leaf beetles are about 1/4 inch long and are a yellowish to reddish color. Both Bean leaf larve and adults have chewing mouthparts and are considered pests. All adults posses a black triangle at the base of the forewings. The Bean leaf beetle is abundent in southeastern staes espically in the cosatal countries. Hosts of the bean leaf beetle include bean, clover, corn, soybean, and peanut plants.

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