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Insects in the complete life cycle group have four distinct stages, the egg, larvae, pupae and adult. Beetles lay their eggs either singly or in groups, and they hatch into either grubs or larvae that move about freely on the plant feeding on roots, tubers, leaves, or fruits.After reaching maturity, they then pupate (the resting stage) and develop into adults.Subterranean insects are those insects that attack plants below the surface of the soil.They include chewers, sap suckers, root borers and gall insects.Insects with a complete life cycle almost always have a chewing mouthpart.Insects with incomplete life cycles include grasshoppers and true bugs (stink bug and squash bugs).Many insects in this category have piercing, sucking mouthparts and suck juice from plants.
Some subterranean insects spend their entire life cycle below ground.
Control measures for internal feeding insects are most effective if aimed at adults or the immature stages prior to their entrance into the plant.
A number of internal feeders are small enough to find comfortable quarters and an abundance of food between the upper and lower epidermis of a leaf. Gall insects sting plants and cause them to produce a structure of deformed tissue.
Moths and butterflies also have a complete life cycle similar to beetles except that the damaging stage is the larvae or worm stage which usually feeds on the stems, leaves or fruits.
The adult stage, moths and butterflies, feed on nectar or may not feed at all.