- ArmywormsThe common armyworm has two brown stripes on the head. They feed at night, hiding in the thatch during the day.
- CutwormsCutworms are the larvae of large, hairy, nocturnally-flying moths.
- Sod WebwormsSpotty, brown damaged areas where grass is easily pulled up above the soil and birds feeding are two signs of the sod webworms.
- Fire AntsFire ants establish colonies with honeycomb mounds which contain queens and up to have-a-million worker ants.
- Annual Bluegrass WeevilAnnual Bluegrass Weevils emerge above the soil to feed on other plant crown areas. Damage usually appears as small, yellow to brown spots.
- BillbugsBluegrass billbugs in cool-season turf and bermudagrass, and hunting billbugs in zoysia are two major weevil species responsible for severe turfgrass damage.
- Black Turfgrass Ataenius BeetleThe small black turfgrass ataenius beetle favors golf course turf.
- White GrubsWhite grubs are the C-shaped larvae of many different beetles, including Japanese, May/June beetle, Oriental, Asiatic garden, European chafer and masked chafer.