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Managing invasive populations of Asian longhorned beetle and citrus longhorned beetle: a worldwide perspective.
- R. Haack, F. Hérard, Jianghua Sun, J. Turgeon
- Environmental Science, BiologyAnnual review of entomology
Taxonomy, diagnostics, native range, bionomics, damage, host plants, pest status in theirnative range, invasion history and management, recent research, and international efforts to prevent new introductions are discussed.
Natural enemies ofTomicus Piniperda andIps acuminatus (Col, scolytidae) onPinus sylvestris near orléans, france: Temporal occurrence and relative abundance, and notes on eight predatory species
Temporal and relative abundance of the natural enemies of T. piniperda andI.
Anoplophora species in Europe : infestations and management processes
By the end of summer 2005, four sites of infestation by Anoplophora glabripennis (Coleoptera, Cerambycidae) had been detected in three European countries: Austria in 2001, at Braunau am Inn; France…
Evaluation of eradication measures against Anoplophora chinensis in early stage infestations in Europe.
Eradication efforts are described at 5 sites where infestations of Anoplophora chinensis have been detected in Europe since 2003 and the history of plant imports and local observations suggests that larvae arrived in imported plants and adults emerged and laid eggs in the surroundings between 1 and 5 years before the infestation was detected.
Annotated list of the entomophagous complex associated with pear psylla, Psylla pyri (L.) (Hom.: Psyllidae) in France
- F. Hérard
Parmi les 56 auxiliaires inventories dans le complexe biologique du psylle du poirier en France, 16 sont relativement abondants; ce sont 2 parasites, Prionomitus mitratus (Dalman) et Trechnites…
A gypsy moth (Lymantria dispar, Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae) multinucleocapsid nuclear polyhedrosis virus from France: comparison with a North American and a Korean strain
In vivo bioassays showed that the French strain of L. dispar MNPV (LdMNPV) was the least active, whereas the North American strain had the highest activity.
Host Range of Aphantorhaphopsis samarensis (Diptera: Tachinidae), a Larval Parasite of the Gypsy Moth (Lepidoptera: Lymantriidae)
The host range of A. samarensis is examined to conclude that the European tachinid has a high degree of host specificity and parasitism was successful only in L. dispar.
Complex invasion history of the Asian long-horned beetle: fifteen years after first detection in Europe
The overall complex genetic structure observed in Europe suggested a convoluted invasion scenario, and it was suggested that invasion history may include several introduction events as well as secondary dispersal.
Anoplophora in Europe: Infestations and Management Responses
The Bavarian plant protection service started monitoring the pest A. glabripennis in Neukirchen and found thatlarval specimens could be assigned to the species A.glabrip Dennis.
History of discoveries and management of the citrus longhorned beetle, Anoplophora chinensis, in Europe
The history of 38 years (1980–Dec 2017) of CLB interceptions and discoveries of infestations in Europe; eradication activities, which are based on the CLB management rules developed by the European Union; and the current status of CLBs in Europe are presented.