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Attack patterns of Ips avulsus and I. grandicollis (Coleoptera, Scolytidae) on four species of Southern Pines



Attack patterns of Ips avulsus and I. grandicollis (Coleoptera, Scolytidae) on four species of Southern Pines



Ann. Ent. Soc. Amer, 64: 4, 894-7



Pairs of trees of Pinus taeda, P. echinata, P. palustris and P. elliottii in adjacent stands near Athens, Georgia, were felled on four dates between March and October 1969. P. echinata was attacked the day after felling by I. avulsus and I. grandicollis, and was the only host attacked by I. avulsus in large numbers. I. avulsus attacked P. taeda and P. palustris in 5-7 days and P. elliottii in 10-14 days. I. grandicollis successfully attacked all four Pines.

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DOI: 10.1093/aesa/64.4.894


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