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Siberian forest insects: ready for exportAuthor(s): Yuri N. Baranchikov
Source: In: Britton, Kerry O., ed. Exotic pests of eastern forests conference proceedings; 1997 April 8-10; Nashville, TN. U.S. Forest Service and Tennessee Exotic Pest Plant Council: 85-91.
Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionExisting publications on Palaearctic insect invaders to North America forests are devoted exclusively to Europe-U.S. comparisons. This is understandable from both geographical and historical points of view. But as the history of mankind continues, new economical relations are established which, unfortunately, make new possibilities for the introductions of pests. The recent discovery in New York of a cerambycid beetle Anoplophora glabripennis native to Asia and the well known "Asian Gypsy Moth Case" are the reminders that the forests of Northern and Northeastern Asia are an important source of exotic pests. The largest part of this region belongs to the Russian Federation.
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CitationBaranchikov, Yuri N. 1998. Siberian forest insects: ready for export. In: Britton, Kerry O., ed. Exotic pests of eastern forests conference proceedings; 1997 April 8-10; Nashville, TN. U.S. Forest Service and Tennessee Exotic Pest Plant Council: 85-91.
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