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Ueber den ungleichen Borkenkafer Xyleborus dispar Fabr in Garten

, : Ueber den ungleichen Borkenkafer Xyleborus dispar Fabr in Garten. Sadovod Rostov-Don, 6 607-612

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Mokrzecki, S.A., 1909: Ueber den unpaaren Borkonkafer Xyleborus dispar Fabr in Garten. Progress sadov ogorod St Peterburg, 6 172: 179-180

Bellevoye, A., 1900: Etude sur les moeurs des Xyleborus dispar Fabr. et saxeseni Ratz. Bulletin Soc Reims, VII 162-177

Champion, G.C., 1904: An entomological excursion to Moncayo, N Spain, with some remarks on the habits of Xyleborus dispar Fabr by T A Chapman. Transactions of the Entomological Society of London, 81-102

Nosek, J., 1958: Zur Morphologie der Puppen von Xyleborus dispar F. und Xyleborus saxeseni Rtzb. Zoologicke Listy Brno, 7(21): 87-90

Ihssen, G., 1907: Betrachtungen uber schadliches Auftreten des ungleichen Borkenkafers Tomicus dispar an Apfelbaumen. Praktische Blaetter fuer Pflanzenbau Stuttgart, 5 14-18

Schvester, D., 1950: Sur un nematode du groupe des Parasitylenchus dispar Fuchs parasite nouveau du xylebore disparate (Xyleborus dispar F.). Schvester describes a nematode from the body-cavity of Xyleborus dispar and, following the taxonomy of Fuchs, assigns it to the group of Parasitylenchus dispar. The females measure 0.1-0.2 mm. in diameter and 1.5-3 mm. in length. The mouth has one...

Anonymous., 1867: Anisandrus, g. n, Ferrari, Borkenkafer, p, 24, Allied to Xyleborus; joint 1 of labial palpi only cil. Anisandrus, g. n, Ferrari, Borkenkafer, p, 24, Allied to Xyleborus; joint 1 of labial palpi only ciliated at the apex; antennal club with a very faintly indicated suture. Sp. Apate dispar (Fab.) and Bost. dactyliperda (Fab.).

Boas, J.E.V., 1889: Kleinere carcinologische Mittheilungen. (2) Ueber den ungleichen Entwicklungsgang der Salzwasser- und der Susswasserform von Palaemonetes varians. Zool. (Abth. f. Syst.): 793-884

Schaal, G., 1923: The Bark-beetle, Xyleborus dispar. Young apple, pear and stone-fruit trees are those chiefly attacked by Xyleborus (Bostrychus) dispar, which is supposed to fly into orchards from neighbouring forests or to be introduced in posts. To prevent boring into the sapwood the trunks shoul...

Granluxd, F., 1921: A Dangerous Parasite, Xyleborus dispar. A popular account is given of the life-history and the damage done by this beetle. Apple, pear and cherry trees are attacked, preferably young trees, under 20 years old. Cutting off and burning the infested branches is recommended as a remedy.