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Biology and taxonomy of bark beetle species in the genus Pseudohylesinus Swaine (Coleoptera: Scolytidae)

Donald E. Bright

Biology and taxonomy of bark beetle species in the genus Pseudohylesinus Swaine (Coleoptera: Scolytidae)

by Donald E. Bright

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Published by University of California Press in Berkeley .
Written in English

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  • Pseudohylesinus

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    Statementby Donald E. Bright, Jr.
    SeriesUniversity of California publications in entomology,, v. 54, University of California publications in entomology ;, v. 54.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL461 .C17 vol. 54
    The Physical Object
    Pagination46 p.
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5276465M
    LC Control Number71625873

      The bark beetle community in Arizona's ponderosa pine (Pinus ponderosa Douglas ex. Lawson) forests is complex, comprised of several primary (i.e., capable of attacking, colonizing and killing apparently healthy trees) and secondary (i.e., infesting weakened, dead, or dying trees) bark beetle species. Based on a review of bark beetle taxonomical Cited by:   The paper treats the taxonomy of the genus Systenostrema Hazard & Oldacre, , starting with an ultrastructural investigation of two new species, parasitic in larvae of the dragonflies Aeshna grandis and Libellula quadrimaculata, collected in Sweden. The two species are identical in pathology and presporal stages, but differ in the shape of spores and sporophorous vesicles, the fine Cited by:

    The South American genus Eucranium Brulléé has been revised and now includes six species: E. arachnoides Brulléé, E. belenae Ocampo new species, E. cyclosoma Burmeister, E. dentifrons Guéérin-Mééneville, E. planicolle Burmeister, and E. simplicifrons ium pulvinatum Burmeister is a new junior synonym of Eucranium arachnoides Brulléé, and Eucranium lepidum Burmeister is Cited by: 6. Some closely related beetle taxa, particularly species of the same genus or subfamily, have similar larval sizes or at least similar sizes of some larval structures, e.g. species & Katarzyna Fra˛tczak [email protected] 1 Laboratory of Criminalistics, Adam Mickiewicz University, S´w. Mar Poznan, PolandCited by: 9.

    Eupleridae is a family of carnivorans endemic to Madagascar and comprising 10 known living species in seven genera, commonly known as euplerids, Malagasy mongooses or Malagasy best known species is the fossa (Cryptoprocta ferox), in the subfamily species of Euplerinae were formerly classified as viverrids, while all species in the subfamily Galidiinae were Class: Mammalia. Review of the genus Orizabus Fairmaire in the United States of America (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae: Dynastinae) Topics considered for publication include systematics, taxonomy, nomencla-ture, checklists, faunal works, and natural history. Insecta Mundi. typically similar “sister” species within the genus, lectotypes are designated for.


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Biology and taxonomy of bark beetle species in the genus Pseudohylesinus Swaine (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) by Donald E. Bright Download PDF EPUB FB2

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[Donald E Bright]. The first bark beetles officially described as zoological species were four common European species listed in the 10th edition of Linné’s Systema Naturae (Linnaeus, ): Ips typographus, Pityophthorus micrographus, Polygraphus poligraphus, and Tomicus were included in the genus Dermestes, which is currently classified in the beetle family by: Revision of the bark beetles belonging to the genus Pseudohylesinus Swaine / (Washington, D.C.: U.S.

Dept. of Agriculture, ), by M. Blackman (page images at HathiTrust) How to interpret radiographs of bark samples from beetle-infested pines / [by T. Evan Nebeker]. Pseudohylesinus is similar to Xylechinus Chapuis and Hylorgupinus Swaine, but it can be easily distinguished by the two-color pattern of dark and light scale-like setae covering the body.

Description Species in this genus range in length from to mm and. Biology and taxonomy of bark beetle species in the genus Pseudohylesinus Swaine (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) by Donald E. Bright 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. Introduction to diversity of north american species.

The overwhelming majority of bark and ambrosia beetle species are benign decomposers. Scolytines are among the first organisms to colonize woody debris and thus play an integral role in the decomposition of biomass in forest ecosystems by hastening the introduction of microbes and other xylophagous organisms (Stokland, ).Cited by: A revision of the bark beetle genus Dendroctonus Erichson (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) Stephen L.

Wood Brigham Young University Follow this and additional works at: This Article is brought to you for free and open access by the Western North American Naturalist Publications at BYU ScholarsArchive.

It has beenCited by:   The Canada Year Book 30 Biology and taxonomy of bark beetle species in the genus Pseudohylesinus Swaine (Coleoptera: Scolytidae).

Univ. Calif. Publs Ent. 1 A taxonomic study of western Canadian species in the genus Betula. Can. Bot. Cited by: In book: Bark Beetles: Biology and Ecology of Native and Invasive Species, Chapter: 3, Publisher: Academic Press, Editors: Vega F.

E., Hofstetter R. W., pp species in th is genus are. Biology and taxonomy of bark beetle species in the genus Pseudohylesinus Swaine (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) [] Bright, Donald E. Berkeley, University of California Press,   A key is provided to the females of ten species remaining in Dryocoetiops; males remain unknown in the genus.

The taxonomy, distribution and biology of Author: Roger Beaver. Phyllophaga is a very large genus (more than species) of New World scarab beetles in the subfamily names for this genus and many other related genera in the subfamily Melolonthinae are May beetles, June bugs, and June beetles.

They range in size from 12 to 35 mm ( to in) and are blackish or reddish-brown in colour, without prominent markings, and often rather Class: Insecta.

PHYSIOLOGICAL AND CHEMICAL ECOLOGY Cold Tolerance of Four Species of Bark Beetle (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in North America MARI´A J. LOMBARDERO, MATTHEW P. AYRES, BRUCE D. AYRES,1 AND JOHN D. REEVE2 Department of Biological Sciences, Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH.

Arora () studied the taxonomy of bruchids and reported 48 species, including 25 new species from North-West India. Johson () carried out the systematic studies on the seed beetle genus, Acanthoscelides and reported species from North-South America. biology and population studies of carabidae of the corynephoretum 2 vols: aarhus pp.

ill. d € 30, bright,d.e. biology and taxonomy of bark beetle species in the genus pseudohylesinus swaine (coleoptera: scolytidae) berkely (ca. usa) 46 p. ill., krtn. lit. opg. € 7, handler,philip.

Practical information on the scolytid beetles of North American forests; Barkbeetles of the genus Dendroctonus Volume 1 [Andrew Delmar Hopkins] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. New synonymy and new species of American bark beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytidae), Part IX.

Great Basin Naturalist 43 (4): Wood, S.L. The bark and ambrosia beetles of North and Central America (Coleoptera: Scolytidae), a taxonomic monograph. Great Basin Nat. Mem. 6:. Abstract The author presents a comprehensive review of the Scolytidae of North and Central America, including about species.

In addition to the systematic section, which forms the major part of the review, there are sections on the biology, injuriousness, classification and biogeography of scolytids, and methods used in the study.

An engraving made by a scolytid bark beetle, assigned to the genus Dendroctonus of the tribe Tomicini, has been identified on a mummified, middle Eocene (45 Ma) specimen of Larix altoborealis wood from the Canadian High altoborealis is the earliest known species of Larix, a distinctive lineage of pinaceous conifers that is taxonomically identifiable by the middle Eocene and Cited by: Phytophagous ladybird beetles of the tribe Epilachnini are a cosmopolitan, species-rich group of significant economic importance as pests of agricultural crops.

The tribe is well characterized morphologically and clearly monophyletic, but very little is known about its internal phylogenetic relationships and their genus-level taxonomy. ARTHROPOD BIOLOGY Biology of the Invasive Banded Elm Bark Beetle (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) in the Western United States JANA C.

LEE,1,2,3 JOSE´ F. NEGRO´ N,4 SALLY J. MCELWEY,4 LIVY WILLIAMS,5 JEFFREY J. WITCOSKY,6 JOHN B. POPP,4 AND STEVEN J. SEYBOLD2 Ann. by: The Asian Tree Toad genus Pedostibes, as currently understood, exhibits a conspicuously disjunct distribution, posing several immediate questions relating to the biogeography and taxonomy of this poorly known group.

The type species, P. tuberculosus and P. kempi, are known only from India, whereas P. hosii, P. rugosus, and P. everetti are restricted to Southeast by: 7.This European species, commonly known as the smaller Furopean elm bark beetle, was accidentaily introduced inio the United States and was first recorded from Cambridge, Massachusetts, in