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Natural Enemies of Wood Borers and Seasonal Occurrence of Major Natural Enemies of Monochamus saltuarius on Pine Trees

@inproceedings{Kim2010NaturalEO,
  title={Natural Enemies of Wood Borers and Seasonal Occurrence of Major Natural Enemies of Monochamus saltuarius on Pine Trees},
  author={Jongkuk Kim and Dae-Sung Won and Yong Chul Park and Sang-Hyun Koh},
  year={2010}
}
Wood boring insects collected around bait logs of Pinus densiflora and Pinus koraiensis were 45 species from 4 families, which were composed of 21 species of Cerambycidae, 9 species of Curculionidae, 2 species of Rhynchophoridae, and 13 species of Scolytidae. Parasitic or predatory insects were 35 species from 15 families in 6 orders. Among the natural enemies, 2 parasitoids of Dolochomitus nakamurai and Echthus reluctator, and 2 predators of Trogossita japonica and Thanassimus lewisi, were… 

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