Studies on the forensically important beetle Attagenus fasciatus (Thunberg) (Coleoptera: Dermestidae) have shown that the immature stage responds more dramatically to environmental changes than the adults (Ali et al.
Effect of temperature and humidity on the biology of Attagenus fasciatus (Thunberg) (Coleoptera: Dermestidae).
Insecticidal and anti-feedant activities of medicinal plant extract against Attagenus
unicolor japonicas (Coleoptera: Dermestidae).
Among the topics of the 27 papers are integrating integrated pest management risk zones and environmental monitoring at the Museum of London, how climate change will affect the future pest status of the brown carpet beetle Attagenus
smirnovi, the problem of house mice in historic houses and museums, re-evaluating preventive measures and control strategies at the National Museum of Ethnology in Japan, and outsmarting the persistent moths at Nodiska Museet.
2011) study the influence of two temperatures (30degC and 35degC) and three humidities (40, 60 and 80% RH) on the adult emergence of the carpet beetle Attagenus fasciatus and they stated that, there was 100% emergence of adults from pupae under all test conditions except 40 and 60% RH at 35degC where it fell to about 90%.
2011) found that, at 35degC, eggs of the carpet beetle Attagenus fasciatus took less time to hatch than that at 30degC and there was a positive correlation between egg duration and relative humidity.
alfa (Solier, 1849), Trogoderma anthrenoides (Sharp, 1902), Attagenus
fasciatus (Thunberg), Orphinus fulvipes Guerin-Meneville y Trogoderma inclusum Le Conte, 1854.
In Poland, Reesa often co-occurs with other synanthropic skin beetles like Attagenus
smirnovi Zhantiev, 1973 (Bunalski & Przewozny 2009).
Nearly 60 dermestid species have been found in the Himalayan Region (Hava 2009), representing 9 genera, such as Dermestes Linnaeus, Thorictodes Reitter, Attagenus
Latreille, Anthrenus Geoffroy, Evorinea Beal, Orphinus Motschulsky, Ctesias Stephens, and Trogoderma Dejean.
The subfamilies of Attageninae with genus Attagenus
(13 species) and Megatominae with genus Anthrenus (14 species) are the most numerous in comparison to the other subfamilies (see the list below).
Biological studies on immature and adult stages of Attagenus
fasciatus (Thunberg) (Coleoptera: Dermestidae).
Antimicrobial Food Additives And Their effect on Trogoderma variabile and Attagenus
megatoma (Coleoptera, Dermestidae).