The dust-like debris or excrement left behind by wood-eating larvae and boring insects.
Another term for larval insect droppings or excretion.
Solid larval insect excrement; mixed with wood fragments in woodboring or bark-boring insects. Fin. Swe.
Excrement or other refuse of larvae.
Refuse and excrement, left by insects larvae particularly borers.
Insect excrement, particularly that which is dry and pellet-like.
Feeding debris left behind by wood boring insects.
solid waste of insects (fecal material).
excrement of insects
Pellet-like excrement of a caterpillar.
Waste, sometimes sawdustlike, excreted by insects, especially larvae.
Debris remaining after insect feeding, including insect excrement.
A term applied to insect feces, the shape of which is sometimes used in family- or species-level identification; also called fecal pellets or droppings.
insect droppings, usually a combination of leaf fragments or wood borings, and excrement
Excrement of an insect, usually mixed with plant debris.
Includes insect excreta and may include other unidentifiable materials.
Plant fragments, usually mixed with excrement, deposited by feeding insects.
Solid larval excrement, as left by defoliators; wood fragments made by a wood-boring insect, usually mixed with excrement.
The refuse or excrement left by organisms.
Debris or excrement produced by wood eating insects. Origin mid 19th cent.: from German Frass, from fressen 'devour'. Click here to view a typical example of a stag beetle larva surrounded by what it looks like shredded wood. Perhaps this habit gave rise to the German name Schröter.
solid larval insect excrement; plant fragments made by wood-boring insects, usually mixed with excrement
Solid insect excrement, particularly of larvae; particles are usually rounded pellets.
The solid waste droppings of a larva or caterpillar.
Frass is caterpillar waste, which is pellet-like. Caterpillars produce a lot of frass.