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Title: Mite predators of the southern pine beetle

Author: Moser, John c.;

Date: 1975

Source: Annals of the Entomological Society of America, Vol. 68(6): 1113-1116

Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication

Description: Of 51 mites found with brood of the southern pine beetle, Dendroctonus frontalis zimmermann, and tested in the laboratory, four are primary candidates for use as natural control agents in reducing field infestations: Histiogaster arborsignis Woodring, Proctolaelaps dendroctoni Lindquist & Hunter, Macrocheles boudreauxi Krantz, and Dendrolaelaps neodisetus Hurlbutt. Four others are secondary choices: Eugamasus lyriformis Mcgraw & Farrier, Dendroloaelaps neocornutus Hurlbutt, D. isodentatus Hurlbutt, and Proctolaelaps fiseri Samsinak.

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Moser, John c. 1975. Mite predators of the southern pine beetle. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, Vol. 68(6): 1113-1116


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