Life history patters among North American tree-feeding sawfliesAuthor(s): Robert A. Haack; William J. Mattson
Source: In: Wagner,M.R.; Raffa, K.F., eds. Sawfly Adaptations to Woody Plants. Academic Press, San Diego, CA: 503-545.
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Station: North Central Research Station
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This chapter deals broadly with the North American (NA) sawflies in the two superfamilies Megalodontoidea (Xyelidae and Pamphiliidae, listed phylogenetically) and Tenthredinoidea (Pergidae, Argidae, Cimbicidae, Diprionidae, and Tenthredinidae). The larvae of these sawflies are all phytophagous, and many are significant pests.
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CitationHaack RA, Mattson WJ. 1993. Life history patterns among North American tree-feeding sawflies. Pages 503-545 in M.R. Wagner and K.F. Raffa (Eds.), Sawfly Adaptations to Woody Plants. Academic Press, San Diego, CA.
KeywordsSawflies, Great Lakes region, Woody plants
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