May bug

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British pronunciation/mˈeɪ bˈʌɡ/
American pronunciation/mˈeɪ bˈʌɡ/
May bug
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any large European beetle that flies at dusk, the adult of which damages vegetation and the larvae infest the roots

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What is a "may bug"?

A may bug is a large beetle that belongs to the Scarab family. It is characterized by its robust body, brown coloration, and distinctive fan-like antennae. May bugs are primarily active during the spring season, hence their name, and can often be seen flying clumsily near lights during the evening hours. These beetles are herbivorous and feed on a variety of plant material, including leaves and roots. The larvae, commonly called white grubs, are known for their underground feeding habits and can cause damage to the roots of plants and grasses.

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any of various large usually brown North American leaf-eating beetles common in late spring; the larvae feed on roots of grasses etc.

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Ignoring a person's desire for solitude and continuing to talk may bug them.
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