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Coleoptera Lyctidae e Bostrichidae intercettati nel porto e negli ambienti urbani di Venezia.
Potter writes that the two most common and destructive families in Kentucky, for example, are the Lyctidae, which attacks only hardwoods, so infestations are most often found in wood paneling, molding, window and door frames, plywood, hardwood, and floors; and the Anobiid, which attacks hardwoods and softwoods usually found in such structural members as beams, sills, joists, studs, and subflooring.