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Trypodendron piceum strand coleoptera scolytidae flight period and response to synthetic pheromones



Trypodendron piceum strand coleoptera scolytidae flight period and response to synthetic pheromones



Fauna Norvegica Series B 35(2): 65-70



Trypodendron piceum Strand, 1946, was collected at five localities in Norway in drainpipe traps baited with synthetic pheromones and host tree compounds. Flight period and abundance are compared in T. piceum and the more common T. lineatum (Olivier, 1795). The following results are presented: 1) T. piceum has a very early and short flight period. 2) The percentage of T. piceum varied from 2.1% to 5.9% of the total numbers of Trypodendron specimens. In some of the samples from early May, however, more than half of the collected beetles were T. piceum. 3) The percentage of females in T. piceum is higher than in T. lineatum. 4) .alpha.-pinene is of less importance as an attractant for T. piceum compared to T. lineatum.

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