Title: Insectos de cones y semillas de las coniferas de Mexico
Author: Cibrián-Tovar, David; Ebel, Bernard H.; Yates, Harry O. II; Mhdez-Montiel, José Tulio;
Source: Gen. Tech. Rep. SE-40. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station. 110 p.
Publication Series: General Technical Report (GTR)
Description: The hosts, description, damage, life cycle, habits, and importance of 54 known cone and seed destroying insects attacking Mexican conifer trees are discussed. Distribution maps and color photos are provided. New species described are three species of Cydia (seedworm), four species of Dioryctria (coneworm), and four species of cone feeding Apolychrosis.
Keywords: Life cycle, distribution, description, damage, Cydia latisigna, C. montezuma, C. phyllisi, Dioryctria cibriani, D. durangoensis, D. batesella, D. martini, Apolychrosis ferruginus, A. ambogonium, A. candidus, A. synchysis, cone beetles, seed bugs, seed chalcids, coneworms, seedworms
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Cibrián-Tovar, David; Ebel, Bernard H.; Yates, Harry O., II; Mhdez-Montiel, José Tulio 1986. Insectos de cones y semillas de las coniferas de Mexico. Gen. Tech. Rep. SE-40. Asheville, NC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southeastern Forest Experiment Station. 110 p.
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