Fuller rose beetle (FRB) field control in 2013 Joseph Morse and Beth Grafton-Cardwell Fig. Preferred Common Name. Cite this entry as: (2004) Fuller Rose Beetle. Naupactus cervinus, the Fuller rose beetle, is a species of broad-nosed weevil in the family Curculionidae.. References Name Authority; Aramigus fulleri: Horn: Asynonychus cervinus (Boheman) Asynonychus godmanni: Crotch: Naupactus cervinus: Boheman: Naupactus simplex: Pascoe: Pantomorus cervinus (Boheman) Pantomorus fulleri (Horn) Pantomorus godmani: Crotch: Pantomorus olindae: Perkins: Common names. Fuller's rose weevil attacks all citrus varieties. The noble chafer has a distinct ‘waist’, whereas the rose chafer is spherical in shape. 1. The Fuller rose beetle can be distinguished from the other weevils by an oblique, white band on the side of each wing cover. The flightless adult female Fuller rose beetle must climb to reach the foliage and fruit. Fortnightly monitoring is necessary from early August to late October, and again from February to late June. Adult Fuller rose beetles are brown snout beetles (weevils), about 0.36 inch (9 mm) long and grayish brown in color. F uller rose beetle (FRB) (Figure 1) goes by many different names (synonyms) in the scientific lit-erature including Naupactus godmani In addition, their larvae have pale, almost white heads. cons. Though not a serious pest, this species affects the ability of North American citrus producers to ship their products. Upon hatching, larvae drop to the ground, and See also, CITRUS PESTS AND THEIR MANAGEMENT. Naupactus spp., whitefringed beetles Naupactus godmanni (Crotch), Fuller rose beetle nearctica, Plecia Hardy, lovebug Neochetina bruchi Hustache, chevroned water hyacinth weevil Neochetina eichhorniae Warner, mottled water hyacinth weevil Neocicada hieroglyphica (Say), hieroglyphic cicada Neoconocephalus triops (L.), broad-tipped conehead katydid Larvae: are yellow-white and curved in a C-shape. The body narrows anteriorly toward the head and ends in a short, broad snout. In: Encyclopedia of Entomology. They are large beetles, measuring around 20mm in length, and have a V-shape on the back, where the wing cases meet. Monitoring. Other scientific names. The black vine weevil is the largest and has a distinct black color. Citrus Pests and Their Management Scientific synonyms. Not to be confused with: the noble chafer, which is a much rarer species. Female beetles lay their eggs in clusters of several dozen in crevices on the tree or under loose bark. 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