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In 2013, we examined the effects of conophthorin on flight responses of ambrosia beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae… Expand Exotic invasive ambrosia beetles are among the most economically important pests of nursery stock and forest systems in the U.S.A… Expand Unanswered key questions in bark beetle-plant interactions concern host finding in species attacking angiosperms in tropical… Expand The spiroketal (E)-conophthorin has recently been reported as a semiochemical of the navel orangeworm moth, a major insect pest… Expand Antennally active nonhost angiosperm bark volatiles were tested for their ability to reduce the response of three common species… Expand Antennally active, bark-derived, angiosperm volatiles were tested singly and in groups for their ability to disrupt the response… Expand Volatiles from fresh bark of black cottonwood, Populus trichocarpa; trembling aspen, P. tremuloides; paper birch, Betula… Expand Summary. Volatiles from bark of three nonhost angiosperm trees of Ips typographus (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) (Betula pendula, B… Expand Summary. Using Porapak Q traps, we collected the bark volatiles of six angiosperm trees native to British Columbia: black… Expand Abstract Leaf and bark volatiles from non-host birches, Betula pendula Roth. and Betula pubescens Ehrh. (Betulaceae), and aspen… Expand