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Scarab grubs

Scarab grubs are the larvae of the group of beetles known under the Latin name of Scarabaeidae.

Generally speaking, scarab grubs are the larvae of the garden chafer, and are roughly the same size as the leatherjacket but with legs. Scarab grubs tend to work more rigorously, and will often gnaw completely through the grass, leaving a loose sod.

Scarab grubs play an important role in the damage to grassland, and the garden chafer (Phyllopertha horticola) and summer chafer (Amphimallon solstitialis) are often found responsible for damage to golf courses, various other types of sports fields and lawns.

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