The California Root Borer occurs widely in western North America from Alaska to Mexico. It spends most of its life underground feeding on the roots of most deciduous trees and shrubs, as well as some conifers, brambles, and agricultural crops such as hops and grape vines.
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These beetles fly at night, seeking mates. Males appear to be more active, while females produce a pheromone to attract males. The Life span of these beetles are roughly 10-20 days.
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