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Post release recovery of hemlock woolly adelgid predators in the North Georgia mountains.Author(s): C.E. Jones; Nathan P. Havill; James Hanula; S.K. Braman
Source: Journal of Entomological Science. 49(4): 383-400.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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Related Research Highlights Hemlock Woolly Adelgid Predator Beetle Releases and Recovery Efforts in the North Georgia Mountains.
DescriptionEastern hemlock, Tsuga Canadensis (L.) Carriere, and Carolina hemlock, Tsuga caroliniana Engelmann, provide unique habitat that is threatended by the invasive hemlock woolly adelgid, Adelges tsugae Annand, which arrived in Georgia in 2003. In an attempt to conserve a portion of the mature hemlocks in north Georgia, the USDA Forest Service created over 100 Hemlock Conservation Areas throughout the Chattahoochee National Forest and designated them to receive chemical and/or biological control.
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CitationJones, C.E.; Havill, N.P.; Hanula, J.L.; Braman, S.K. 2014. Post release recovery of hemlock woolly adelgid predators in the North Georgia mountains. Journal of Entomological Science. 49(4): 383-400.
KeywordsAdelges tsugae, Laricobius nigrinus, Laricobius rubidus, Sasajiscymnus tsugae, biological control.
- Impacts of hemlock decline and ecological considerations for hemlock stand restoration following hemlock woolly adelgid outbreaks
- Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (Pest Alert)
- Elongate Hemlock Scale
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