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Title: Tomicus piniperda (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) Emergence in Relation to Burial Depth of Brood Logs

Author: Haack, Robert A.; Petrice, Toby R.; Poland, Therese M.

Date: 2000

Source: Journal of Economic Entomology. Vol. 93 no. 2.:p. 342-346. (2000)

Publication Series: Journal/Magazine Article (JRNL)

Description: The pine shoot beetle, Tomicus piniperda (L.), is an exotic pest of pines, Pinus spp., that was first found in the United States in 1992. A federal quarantine currently regulates movement of pine Christmas trees and pine nursery stock from infested to uninfested counties. The current national Pine Shoot Beetle Compliance Management Program requires T. piniperda-infested brood material to be disposed of by burning, chipping, or burial. The burial option requires that the infested pine material be buried at a depth of at least 30 cm. We tested this requirement by burying logs with similar levels of infestation at 0, 15, 30, 45, 61 and 76 cm and then monitoring for T. Piniperda emergence. Logs were buried at two times during larval development (early and late)and in two soil types (sandy loam and loam). Emergence patterns from the two soil types were similar. Overall, 1,747 T. piniperda adults were collected from the 24 exposed control logs, but only 34 adults from the 120 buried logs, including 24 adults from logs buried at 15cm, eight adults from 30cm, one adult from 45 cm, and one adult from 61 cm. In comparing mean emergence density from buried logs with that of exposed logs, 98.6%mortality occurred at 15cm, 99.5% at 30cm, and >99.9% at >or=45cm. Mean date of T. piniperda emergence to the soil surface was affected by burial depth and burial date, but not soil type.

Keywords: Tomicus piniperda, cultural control, exotic pest

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Haack, Robert A.; Petrice, Toby R.; Poland, Therese M. 2000. Tomicus piniperda (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) Emergence in Relation to Burial Depth of Brood Logs. Journal of Economic Entomology. Vol. 93 no. 2.:p. 342-346. (2000)

 


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