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frass

A powdery residue in holes bored in wood by insects, usually by powder-post beetles.
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The gel capsule or pipet tip was removed and replaced with an emergence trap if beetles initiated and sustained boring (indicated by frass accumulation).
At these higher dosages there was no evidence of feeding as reflected by the lack of frass production.
Frass failure and pupation failure as quantal measurements of Bacillus thuringiensis toxicity to Lepidoptera.
Approximately 150 mL of unscented cat litter (Special Kitty Unscented Natural Clay Cat Litter, WalMart Inc., Bentonville, Arkansas, USA) was added to each container to absorb frass and cactus fluids.
Technological innovations are changing the way courses are taught and how the content is delivered (Allen & Seaman, 2014; Frass, Cross, & Gardner, 2014; Howard, 2012; Mathews, 2012; Salter 2014, Simonson, Smaldino, & Zvacek, 2015).
Surface skeletal remains are often obscured by leaf litter, which is composed of the organic debris deposited upon soil including twigs, bark, frass (an organic material consisting mainly of insect feces), fruits, nuts, insect bodies.
Caterpillars produce a lot of frass (excreta) as they feed and grow.
(9.) Fridrich P, Frass M, Krenn CG, Weinstabl C, Benumof JL, Krafft P The UpsherScope in routine and difficult airway management: a randomized, controlled clinical trial.
We dissected these sporophores and found larvae (approximately 8 mm) of beetles and flies boring within the sporophores, as well as abundant frass from previous occupants that had pupated.