The Buprestidae (Coleoptera) of Minnesota, with a Discussion of the Emerald Ash Borer, Agrilus planipennis Fairmaire
- Environmental Science, BiologyThe Coleopterists Bulletin
A biosurveillance sampling method was utilized, namely the use of the native ground-nesting hunting wasp, Cerceris fumipennis Say (Hymenoptera: Crabronidae), along with University of Minnesota Insect Collection records, to create a treatment for the Buprestidae of Minnesota, USA.
Agrilus mali Matsumara (Coleoptera: Buprestidae), a new invasive pest of wild apple in western China: DNA barcoding and life cycle
- Biology, Environmental ScienceEcology and evolution
A fragment of the mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase gene was analyzed and revealed that A. mali was closely related to Agrilus mendax and both belong to the Sinuatiagrulus subgenus, and the taxonomic status, relationships, and genetic distances were summarized using the Tajima‐Nei model.
Are native ranges of the most destructive invasive pests well known? A case study of the native range of the emerald ash borer, Agrilus planipennis (Coleoptera: Buprestidae)
- Environmental ScienceBiological Invasions
This goal is to test the reliability of distributional information exemplified by the native range of one of the most destructive and most studied invasive forest insect pests of Asian origin—the emerald ash borer.
A new species of jewel beetle (Coleoptera, Buprestidae, Agrilus) triggers the production of the Brazilian red propolis.
- BiologyDie Naturwissenschaften
Behavioral information on the biology and chemical ecology confirms that the reddish resin of D. ecastaphyllum is directly related to the beetle attack and only occurs when Agrilus propolis sp.
Testing three hypotheses of rarity among the Buprestidae species of a tropical dry forest
- Environmental ScienceEcological Entomology
Many insect communities have a higher proportion of rare species than predicted by community‐structure models. Rarity has been associated with increased extinction risk, therefore, it is essential to…
What feeds on Quercus ilex L.? A biogeographical approach to studying trophic interactions in a Mediterranean keystone species
- Environmental ScienceDiversity and Distributions
Holm oak (Quercus ilex L.) is regarded as a keystone plant species. Trophic interactions may affect the distribution and abundance of phytophagous species, but the number of arthropod species that…
Utilizing urban arboreta for detection of native and non‐native wood‐inhabiting beetles
- Environmental Science, BiologyAgricultural and Forest Entomology
A multi‐year insect emergence survey for the monitoring and detection of invasive non‐native species at two urban arboreta in Boston, Massachusetts and New York City, New York illustrates how this survey method can be effective and beneficial for detection purposes.
Burmagrilus cretacus gen. et sp. nov., the first Buprestidae from mid-Cretaceous Burmese amber
Pest survey card on Agrilus planipennis
- Environmental ScienceEFSA Supporting Publications
This pest survey card was prepared in the context of the EFSA mandate on plant pest surveillance (M-2017–0137), at the request of the European Commission. Its purpose is to guide the Member States in…
Current Distribution and Diagnostic Features of Two Potentially Invasive Asian Buprestid Species: Agrilus mali Matsumura and A. fleischeri Obenberger (Coleoptera: Buprestidae)
- Environmental ScienceInsects
The known geographical ranges and diagnostic features of two potentially invasive Asian buprestid species: the quarantine apple tree pest, Agrilus mali Matsumura, and the poplar pest A. fleischeri Obenberger are studied and analyzed to facilitate the correct identification and monitoring of the pests in case of their findings in new areas.
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