DANIEL T. JENNINGS

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Over a period of 19 yr, the harvestman (Opiliones) community associated with the lowbush blueberry agro-ecosystem in Maine was studied. Eight species representing five genera, four subfamilies, and two families of harvestmen belonging to the suborder Eupnoi were collected. The harvestman community was dominated by two introduced, synanthropic species:(More)
E∶Z blends of (E)-11-tetradecenal were field tested (three experiments) for their attractiveness to male spruce budworm,Choristoneura fumiferana (Clemens), moths in northern Maine. Blends of 92.5–99%E isomer caught the most moths (three experiments); blend 95%E had the highest cumulative catch throughout two experiments. Rates of catch per hour for the four(More)
Environ. Entomol. 13: 1306-1311 (1984) ABSTRACT Five genera and at least seven species of phalangids were collected by pitfall traps in a spruce budworm-infested forest in northern Maine. More than 90% of the specimens were Leiobunum calcar (Wood). Significantly more individuals and species were trapped in uncut residual strips and in dense spruce-Eir(More)
Mean catches of spruce budworm,Choristoneura fumiferana (Clemens), moths were not significantly different among four small-tree thinning treatments of young spruce-fir-hemlock regeneration. Significant inverse relationships were found between trap catches and distances to nearby spruce-fir-hemlock overstory. Prevailing wind directions indicated that moths(More)
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