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Certain factors affecting colonization of Ponderosa pine by Ips confusus (Leconte) (Coleoptera : Scolytidae)

Gary Boyd Pitman

Certain factors affecting colonization of Ponderosa pine by Ips confusus (Leconte) (Coleoptera : Scolytidae)

by Gary Boyd Pitman

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pine -- Diseases and pests.,
  • Ips confusus.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Gary Boyd Pitman.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination202 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages202
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14284754M

    An edited book was an outcome of the gathering (Wheeler and Blackwell ). Some people only noticed the book when it hit the remainder tables, and oddly enough a singlealthough five star review, from a reader from Ithaca, NY USA suggests, This is an excellent book about the relationships between fungus and insects. VOLUME –4, JULY/OCTOBER FREMONTIA 25 ponderosa pine from infestation by these species. The natural role of these chemicals is to prevent too many beetles from attacking the tree, which would result in a low survival of offspring due to compe-tition among them. Further re-search is needed to develop a treat-ment to prevent attacks on File Size: 1MB.

    The black spruce, the white spruce, the ponderosa pine, the lodgepole pine, the whitebark pine, and the piñon were all dying. In fact, trees are dying all over the world. In , scientists from a number of countries published a study in Forest Ecology and Management that highlights global climate-change-induced forest mortality with data. The work described in this thesis contributes to the description and identification of the ophiostomatoid fungi carried by the bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae) of the genus Ips De Geer, infesting spruce species (Picea spp.) in North America. The work covers three research subjects. First, the composition and the frequency of the fungi isolated from adult Ips perturbatus.

    Full text of "A SELCTED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF INSECT VASCULAR PLANT ASSOCIATIONAL STUDIES" See other formats. Climatic factors affecting the arid humid boundary and the distribution of woodland vegetation in the southwest. In: Proceedings of the Chiricahua Mountains Research Symposium. Southwest Parks and Monuments Association, Tucson, Arizona, pp. 39 Rowlands, P. G. Climatic factors and the distribution of woodland vegetation in the southwest.


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Certain factors affecting colonization of Ponderosa pine by Ips confusus (Leconte) (Coleoptera : Scolytidae) by Gary Boyd Pitman Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ips is one of the better-known bark beetle genera because of several species that are destructive to conifer forests and plantations (Chararas, ; Furniss and Carolin, ).Species utilize Pinus, Picea, and uncommonly Larix, Abies, and Cedrus as a food resource for larvae and adults (Wood and Bright, ).

Ips species tend to feed on a specific tree genus or species but host species. Host-Tree Chemistry Affecting Colonization in Bark Beetles. Volz, H. A., Paiva, M. R., and Bakke, A. () Semiochemicals in host selection and colonization of pine trees by the pine shoot Experiments on the interrelationship between oleoresin exudation pressure in Pinus ponderosa and attack by Ips confusus (LeC.)(Coleoptera Cited by: The pinyon pine bark beetle Ips confusus is known to feed mostly on dead and dying pinyon pine trees throughout the southwestern United States, but it has also been detected on other conifer species.

Here we address the environmental factors which are associated with Ips confusus outbreaks during the widespread drought within the distribution range of pinyon pine woodlands in Arizona. Feeding and boring behavior of the bark beetle, Ips paraconfusus, in extracts of ponderosa pine phloem.

Journal of Chemical Ecology, 7, Journal of Chemical Ecology, 7, Google ScholarCited by: Bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae, Scolytinae) are important disturbance agents in conifer forests.

The genera Dendroctonus, Ips, and Scolytus are well recognized in this regard ().For example, in western North America, the mountain pine beetle (Dendroctonus ponderosae Hopkins) colonizes several tree species, most notably lodgepole pine (Pinus contorta Dougl.

ex Loud.), ponderosa pine Cited by: Dieback of both ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa) and pinyon pine occurred during and before the 20th century (Allen & Breshears ;Breshears et al., ), and the recent (since the early s.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Ips confuses infesting pinion pine in Arizona and New Mexico, can successfully withstand 5 to 10 F colder temperatures than Ips lecontei, a pest of ponderosa pine in central and southern Arizona.

Little, if any, additional cold hardening was exhibited by either beetle between November and March. confusus is the only Dryocoetes capable of causing economic loss by killing healthy trees & is the most devastating pest of subalpine fir in B.C. - D. confusus is symbiotically associated with a lethally pathogenic "blue stain" fungus, Ophiostoma dryocoetidis, which it introduces into living trees during the initial phase of attack.

Pine Engravers Ips spp. Hosts: Ponderosa pine and piñon Symptoms/signs: In standing trees, fading tops of large trees or whole crowns in small trees can be indicators of Ips infestation. Other external evidence consists of accumulations of boring dust in bark crevices and at the base of the tree.

Occasionally pitch tubes can be found on the Size: 13MB. Ips confusus. using radiographic techniques. Ecology 43(4) host selection, life cycle of the roundheaded pine beetle and factors affecting population density such as management, predators, temperature, and moisture. This experiment studied ponderosa pine seedlings grown under four different levels of atmospheric CO 2 and two.

Managing slash to minimize colonization of residual leave trees by Ips and other bark beetle species following thinning in southwestern ponderosa pine. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Bulletin.

21 p. California Fivespined Ips, Ips confusus (LeConte) This species is very destructive to the tops of mature trees and to young trees, and attacks ponderosa pine, sugar pine, and most other pine species from southern California north to Oregon, west of the Sierra Nevada and Cascades.

Factors affecting tree volatile emissions. Various extrinsic factors (e.g. mechanical and biotic wounding, light, temperature and relative humidity) can influence the volatile emissions from trees (Tingey et al., ; Charron et al., ). Their impact is mediated by intrinsic biotic factors such as plant maturity, genetic make up and diurnal.

Supplemental Data Fig. 2 Mean (+ SE) number of bark and ambrosia beetles (Scolytidae) per 15 d caught during – in funnel traps in the undisturbed, wind-disturbed, salvaged, and burned plots in the jack pine forest cover type (A). Mean (+ SE) number of Scolytidae per 15 d caught during – in baited (11 semiochemical lures) or unbaited funnel traps in the jack pine cover Cited by: Physical effects of weather events on the abundance and diversity of insects in North American forests.

Kamal J.K. Gandhi, a b Daniel W. Gilmore, b Steven A. Katovich, c William J. Mattson, d John R. Spence, e Steven J. Seybold a b. a Department of Entomology, Hodson Hall, Folwell Avenue, University of MN, St.

Paul, MNby: Northern & Central Rocky Moutain Conifers Hagle Gibson Tunnock United States Forest Service Book is organized in color Western larch, ponderosa pine, and Douglas-fir are the most common hosts.

Engelmann spruce, true firs, western white pine, lodgepole pine and western hemlock. response and factors affecting female calling in Holomelina immaculuta () The selection and colonization of ponderosa pine by bark beetles In Insect/plant relationships (ed.

van Emden) pp. () The olfactory responses of Ips confusus (LeConte) (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) to the secondary attraction in the laborat- File Size: 2MB. Full text of "Pesticides documentation bulletin" See other formats.

This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.ponderosa pine and incense-cedar were most drought resistant, sugar pine least, and Douglas -fir and grand fir intermediate. These results suggest that ponderosa pine and incensecedar would be first choice to plant on clearcuts where soil moisture was known it that to be critical.Interior Douglas-fir is a prevalent forest type throughout the central Rocky Mountains.

Past management actions, specifically fire suppression, have led to an expansion of this forest type. Although Douglas-fir forests cover a broad geographic range, few studies have described the interactive effects of various disturbance agents on forest health by: 4.