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    Author(s): Daniel R. Miller; Kenneth E. Gibson; K.F. Raffa; S.J. Seybold; S.A. Teale; D.L. Wood
    Date: 1997
    Source: Journal of Chemical Ecology, Vol. 23(8): 2013-2031
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    Lanierone strongly synergized the attraction of male and female Ips pini (Say) to ipsdienol in New York and Wisconsin. Synergy was only weakly significant in Montana and British Columbia and not significant in California. Catches of I. pini in ipsdienol-baited traps were increased 0% (i.e., nonsignificant) to 9942% by lanierone, with the highest increases in eastern North America. Lanierone had the least effect in California. The effects of lanierone on sex ratios of I. pini in trap catches varied significantly between regions. The addition of lanierone to ipsdienol-baited traps resulted in a general increase in male representation at nine of 12 sites. Ips integer (Eichhoff) was attracted to lanierone alone. Ipsdienol reduced the response of I. integer

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    Miller, Daniel R.; Gibson, Kenneth E.; Raffa, K.F.; Seybold, S.J.; Teale, S.A.; Wood, D.L. 1997. Geographic variation in response of pine engraver, Ips pini, and associated species to pheromone, lanierone. Journal of Chemical Ecology, Vol. 23(8): 2013-2031

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