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Seasonal pheromone response by Ips pini in northern Arizona and western Montana, U.S.A.Author(s): Brytten E. Steed; Michael R. Wagner
Source: Agricultural and Forest Entomology. 10: 189-203.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionPopulations of Ips pini (Say) in northern Arizona and western Montana, U.S.A., were studied to determine regional pheromone response and to evaluate seasonal shifts in that response. A range of enantiomeric blends of the attractant ipsdienol, alone and in the presence of the synergist lanierone, were tested during spring and summer seasons over several years.
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CitationSteed, Brytten E.; Wagner, Michael R. 2008. Seasonal pheromone response by Ips pini in northern Arizona and western Montana, U.S.A. Agricultural and Forest Entomology. 10: 189-203.
Keywordsbark beetle, competitor, enantio-specificity, pheromone response, pine engraver, predator, seasonal abundance, seasonal behavior
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