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The overwintering of the ambrosia beetle Trypodendron lineatum (Oliv.)



The overwintering of the ambrosia beetle Trypodendron lineatum (Oliv.)



For. Sci, Washington, D.C. 5(1): 81-92



The following is based on the authors' summary. Examination of litter from the forest floor in Vancouver Island showed that Trypodendron lineatum (01.) leaves the logs in which it has developed and overwinters in ground litter. More than two-thirds of the beetles penetrate to a depth of not more than 0.5 in., a few doing so under brood logs, when these are in clearings, but most in neighbouring forest.

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