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Bark beetles pseudohylesinus spp coleoptera scolytidae associated with amabilis fir abies amabilis defoliated by neodiprion sp hymenoptera diprionidae


Bark beetles pseudohylesinus spp coleoptera scolytidae associated with amabilis fir abies amabilis defoliated by neodiprion sp hymenoptera diprionidae



Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia 78: 43-45



Only A. amabilis (Dougl.) Forbes heavily defoliated by a sawfly, Neodiprion sp., supported broods of Pseudohylesinus spp. Although many trees with less defoliation showed evidence of attack, usually it was caused by adult beetles making overwintering niches. P. granulatus (Leconte) were found on the upper bole. Defoliated Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.) Sarg. were not attacked by bark beetles.

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