Cigarette & Biscuit Beetle

Lasioderma serricorne & Stegobium paniceum

Description

The adults are about 2 – 3 mm long and light brown to red brown in colour. The wing cases on the Tobacco beetle are covered with fine, silky hairs, while those of the Biscuit beetle have distinct grooves. The Tobacco beetle’s antennae are serrated, while those of the Biscuit beetle end in a loose 3-segmented club.

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