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Destructive and potentially destructive insects of snakeweed in western texas and eastern new mexico usa and a dioristic model of their biotic interactions



Destructive and potentially destructive insects of snakeweed in western texas and eastern new mexico usa and a dioristic model of their biotic interactions



Journal of Range Management 35(2): 235-238



The relationships of the principal destructive and potentially destructive insects associated with Xanthocephalum microcephalum (DC) Shinners (threadleaf snakeweed) and X. sarothrae (Pursh) Shinners (broom snakeweed) were identified and depicted with a dioristic model. Every region of the host plant is utilized by insects in one or more of the following feeding categories: defoliators, fluid feeders, borers and gall-formers. Roots, stems, leaves, flowers and fruit each have their own complement of insect associates. A system analysis reveals a complex picture of insect-host plant interactions as well as potential insect-insect interactions.

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