Mountain pine beetle-associated blue-stain fungi in lodgepole · jack pine hybrids near Grande Prairie , Alberta ( Canada ) By

@inproceedings{Rice2009MountainPB,
  title={Mountain pine beetle-associated blue-stain fungi in lodgepole · jack pine hybrids near Grande Prairie , Alberta ( Canada ) By},
  author={Adrianne V. Rice and David W. Langor},
  year={2009}
}
The mountain pine beetle (MPB), the most serious pest of lodgepole pine in mountainous western Canada, spread northeastward into lodgepole · jack pine hybrids in the boreal forest of Alberta in 2006. The MPB vectors three species of blue-stain fungi, which contribute to the success of the beetles. These fungi were isolated from MPB larvae and galleries in several lodgepole · jack pine stands in the Grande Prairie region of northwestern Alberta in autumn 2006 and winter and spring 2007. Fungi… CONTINUE READING
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