woodworm

[n] - a larva of a woodborer
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Woodworm

Wood'worm` noun (Zoology) See Wood worm , under Wood .
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woodworm

noun a larva of a woodborer
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Woodworm

• (n.) See Wood worm, under Wood.
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Woodworm

Woodworm or the Furniture Beetle (Anobium punctatum) is a beetle of about three to five millimetres in length, so named because the larvae eat seasoned wood.
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woodworm

Common name for the larval stage of certain wood-boring beetles. Dead or injured trees are their natural target, but they also attack structural timber and furniture. Included are the furniture beetle Anobium punctatum, which attacks older timber; the powder-post beetle genus Lyctus, which attacks n...
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Woodworm

Woodworm is a generic description given to the infestation of a wooden item (normally part of a dwelling or the furniture in it) by the wood-eating larvae/grubs of one of many species of beetle. ==Types of woodworm== A woodworm is not a specific species. It is the larval stage of certain woodboring beetles including: ==Manifestation== Signs of woo...
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