2 edition of introduction, culture, liberation, and recovery of parasites of Sirex noctilio in Tasmania found in the catalog.
introduction, culture, liberation, and recovery of parasites of Sirex noctilio in Tasmania
K. L. Taylor
by Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organization in Melbourne
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 16-17.
|Statement||by K. L. Taylor.|
|Series||Division of Entomology technical paper ;, no. 8|
|LC Classifications||SB921 .A29 no. 8, QL568.S57 .A29 no. 8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||19|
|LC Control Number||72182141|
These parasites all attack the' Australian grass-grubs,, but recent studies in Australia have revealed a locality where a parasite of adult beetles, occurs in considerable numbers. H— The parasites received from Australia were studied in the laboratory, while others were liberated in the field. Bashford, R and Madden, JL, The use of kairomone lures for the detection of Sirex noctilio in susceptible Pinus radiata plantations in Australia, The sirex woodwasp and its fungal symbiont: research and management of a worldwide invasive pest, Springer, B Slippers, P de Groot, MJ Wingfield (ed), New York, pp. ISBN (
societal value of the heritable materials maintained within and among tree and other woody plant species. The country reports used several categories of values in nominating species for priority, with economic uses the most frequent (46%), conservation including threatened status values second (24%), and social and cultural values third (15%). Sirex noctilio in North America: the effect of stem injection timing on the attractiveness and suitability of trap trees. Agricultural and Forest Entomology – Zylstra, K. E. and Mastro, V. C. The History of Sirex noctilio & the role of USDA APHIS in the northeastern United States. Instituto Nacional de Technologia.
From the first experimental liberation of D. siricidicola (Sopron strain) in in northern Tasmania, 92% of Sirex‐infested trees from a 12‐ha compartment contained nematodes in just two years, where an estimated 50 parasitized S. noctilio wasps . Sirex noctilio F. (Hymenoptera: Siricidae) is a relatively large wood-boring wasp native to Eurasia and North Africa (Borchert et al. ).Its primary hosts are stressed trees within the genus Pinus (Spradbery and Kirk ).However, under outbreak population levels, S. noctilio possesses the ability to attack relatively healthy trees (Spradbery ), disperse rapidly (Neumann et al.
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Taylor KL (a) The introduction, culture, liberation, and recovery of the parasites of Sirex noctilio in Tasmania, Division of Entomology Technical Paper 8.
Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation, Australia. 19 pp Google ScholarCited by: To control the woodwaspSirex noctilio F., accidentally introduced into Australia some time prior tonatural enemies were collected in many parts of the northern hemisphere between and A total of 21 species of insect parasitoids were introduced to Tasmania for culturing, and 10 of these, with subspecies and geographic races, have been released in Tasmania and by: Taylor KL (a) The introduction, culture, liberation, and recovery of the parasites of Sirex noctilio in Tasmania, Division of Entomology T echnical Paper 8.
As with Gilpinia hercyniae there was a fortuitous introduction (the nematode). Sirex noctilio was introduced from the northern to the southern hemisphere and attacked an exotic host plant Pinus radiata culture, liberation, and recovery of parasites of Sirex noctilio in Tasmania, Austral.
Commonwealth Sci. & Indus. Organ., Div. Ent. The introduction, culture, liberation, and recovery of parasites of Sirex noctilio in Tasmania, – Introduction ofPinus radiata for afforestation: a review with reference to Aba, China. Journal of Forestry Research, Vol. 14, Issue. 4, p. Cited by: Taylor, K.L.
() The introduction, culture, liberation, and recovery of parasites of Sirex noctilio in Tasmania, – Technical Paper 8. Technical Paper 8.
CSIRO Division of Entomology, Australia. Request PDF | Biological control of Sirex noctilio (Hymenoptera: Siricidae) in the northeastern United States using an exotic parasitic nematode | The woodwasp Sirex noctilio is a devastating.
K.L. TaylorEvaluation of the insect parasitoids of Sirex noctilio (Hymenoptera: Siricidae) in Tasmania Oecologia, 32 (), pp./BF Google Scholar. 1. Introduction. The European woodwasp, Sirex noctilio L., is a killer of Pinus species in the southern hemisphere.
It was first discovered outside its native range of Europe, North Africa, and the Middle East in New Zealand about (Rawlings, ).Because pine is exotic in the southern hemisphere, where it is principally grown in plantations, S.
noctilio found a perfect environment in. Taylor, K. L., 'The introduction, culture, liberation and recovery of parasites of Sirex noctilio in Tasmania ', CSIRO Division of Entomology Tech.
Paper No. 8, [Return to text] Bedding, R. and Akhurst, R.J., 'Use of the nematode Deladenus siricidicola in the biological control of Sirex noctilio in Australia', J. Aust. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Confessions of an Insecure Entrepreneur Nedělní šálek kávy s Miroslavem Donutilem Horns & Heroes Storytelling for Youth & Adults Big Planet Comics Podcast Club.
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introduction of the parasite, Coccobius azumai from Japan, as well as the utilization of native natural enemies such as Prospaltella beriosei, Encarsia formosa, ladybug, thrips etc.; ¾ removal of dying or heavily infested pines and replacement with broadleaved trees to restructure the stand as a.
The Sirex Problem. —Broadly speaking there has been a decrease in the incidence of Sirex noctilio in the forests of Rotorua Conservancy where it had developed so conspicuously since Locally it has been very abundant and its attack severe, but conditions during the summer, although dry, were less favourable to Sirex than in recent years.Growth response to fertilization and recovery of 15N-labelled fertilizer by young hoop pine plantations of subtropical Australia Seasonal fluctuations in pigment chemistry of co-occurring plant hemi-parasites of distinct form and function Potential risk of accidental introduction of Asian Gypsy Moth (Lymantria dispar) to Australasia.Taylor KL () The introduction, culture, liberation, and recovery of parasites of Sirex noctilio in Tasmania, Technical Paper No.
8, CSIRO Division of Entomology, Australia. 19pp. Taylor KL () Parasitism of Sirex noctilio F. by Schlettererius cinctipes (Cresson) Hymenoptera: Stephanidae).