Über das Auftreten vonTrogoderma glabrum (Herbst) als Vorratsschädling in Deutschland und das Vorkommen anderer schädlicherTrogoderma-Arten

@article{Frey2005berDA,
  title={{\"U}ber das Auftreten vonTrogoderma glabrum (Herbst) als Vorratssch{\"a}dling in Deutschland und das Vorkommen anderer sch{\"a}dlicherTrogoderma-Arten},
  author={W. Frey},
  journal={Anzeiger f{\"u}r Sch{\"a}dlingskunde},
  year={2005},
  volume={39},
  pages={177-183}
}
  • W. Frey
  • Published 1 December 1966
  • Political Science
  • Anzeiger für Schädlingskunde
ZusammenfassungEs wird über das erstmalige Auftreten vonTrogoderma glabrum (Herbst) als Vorratsschädling in West-Berlin und der Bundesrepublik berichtet. Befallen waren vor allem Sackstapellager von Trockenkartoffeln und Reis. Unter den in West-Berlin herrschenden Klima- und Lagerbedingungen erreichte der Schädling bisher in den Lägern erst im Laufe mehrerer Jahre eine wesentliche Befallsstärke. Ferner wird ein Überblick über das Vorkommen anderer schädlicher Arten der GattungTrogoderma unter… 
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Versuche zur Überwinterungsfähigkeit und Kälteresistenz vonTrogoderma angustum (Dermestidae)
TLDR
It can be concluded that in the authors' climatic region T.C. angustum is able to hibernate in warehouses in warehouses as well as in other climatic regions.
Über die Ei- und Larvalentwicklung vonTrogoderma angustum Sol. (Dermestidae)
TLDR
Breeding of larvae up to adults was carried out successfully on a number of important stored products and Cereals, nuts, and oil-cakes proved to be particularly favourable; also animal products, e.g. dried meat, are suitable foodstuffs.
Zur Biologie von Trogoderma variabile Ball. (Coleopt., Dermestidae): Lebensdauer der Imagines und Eiablage
  • A. Elbert
  • Biology
    Anzeiger für Schädlingskunde, Pflanzenschutz, Umweltschutz
  • 2005
TLDR
Longevity of the adults at different temperatures (25, 30, 35 °C) and the number of eggs laid per female and the possibility of an introduction into Europe are stated.

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Untersuchungen über den Schädlingsbefall von Getreideimporten
  • W. Frey
  • Biology
    Anzeiger für Schädlingskunde
  • 2005
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