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The northern spruce engraver, Ips perturbatusAuthor(s): Roger E. Burnside; Edward H. Holsten; Christopher J. Fettig; James J. Kruse; Mark E. Schultz; Christopher J. Hayes; Andrew D. Graves; Steven J. Seybold
Source: For. Insect Dis. Leafl. FIDL-180. Portland, OR: USDA-Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region. 12 p.
Publication Series: Forest Insect and Disease Leaflet (FIDL)
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CitationBurnside, Roger E.; Holsten, Edward H.; Fettig, Christopher J.; Kruse, James J.; Schultz, Mark E.; Hayes, Christopher J.; Graves, Andrew D.; Seybold, Steven J. 2011. The northern spruce engraver, Ips perturbatus. For. Insect Dis. Leafl. FIDL-180. Portland, OR: USDA-Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Region. 12 p.
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