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Attraction of the engraver beetle (Ips typographus L.). I. The attractant effect of natural breeding material



Attraction of the engraver beetle (Ips typographus L.). I. The attractant effect of natural breeding material



Journal of Applied Entomology 101(4): 332-342



Field trials were carried out in forests in the Harz Mts., German Federal Republic, in 1982-83 on the influence of natural breeding material on attraction of the scolytid Ips typographus. Wounding of trap trees either increased or decreased their attractiveness irrespective of pheromone production, an important role being attributed to the time of felling. The extent of changes in attractiveness was related to the number of injuries.

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