pine sawyer


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Noun1.pine sawyer - large beetle whose larvae bore holes in pine treespine sawyer - large beetle whose larvae bore holes in pine trees
genus Monochamus, Monochamus - sawyer beetles
sawyer beetle, sawyer - any of several beetles whose larvae bore holes in dead or dying trees especially conifers
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The Japanese pine sawyer Monochamus alternatus Hope (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) is a serious pest management concern in stands of pines.
The Japanese pine sawyer Monochamus alternatus Hope (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) a serious pest management concern in stands of pines occurs widely in China Korea Japan Laos and Vietnam(Sato et al.
Nematodes microscopic parasites that live in beetles and can kill trees have also been detected in some of the Japanese pine sawyer beetles.
A common long-homed beetle in New York is the white-spotted pine sawyer (Monochamus scutellatus).
Department of Agriculture left a message yesterday assuring him that, based on a photograph published in the Telegram & Gazette, the insect was a whitespotted pine sawyer beetle, not the invasive Asian longhorned beetle that has led to a massive eradication effort in Worcester.
Residents of Charlton and Royalston told the Telegram & Gazette they found beetles they now think are whitespotted pine sawyer beetles.
Pine wilt disease is caused by the pinewood nemarode, Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Plate 1) (Steiner et Buhrer) Nickle (Kiyohara and Tokushige 1971), which is vectored by a pine sawyer beetle native to Japan, Monochamus alternatus Hope (Plate 2) (Mamiya and Enda 1972, Morimoto and Iwasaki 1972).
Since Kiyohara and Tokushige (1971) first demonstrated from inoculation tests that the nematode was the causal organism of pine wilt disease, intensive studies have investigated the pathology of pine wilt disease, the nematode's life history and the biology of the pine sawyer (see reviews by Yamane 1981, Mamiya 1983, 1988, Kobayashi et al.
People living in Royalston and Charlton each thought they had an Asian longhorned beetle cruising through their yards today, but now believe they have a look-alike insect known as the whitespotted pine sawyer beetle.
The insect may be a whitespotted pine sawyer beetle, most commonly misidentified as an Asian longhorned beetle, according to information compiled by the University of Vermont.
The Wentworths give out cards to customers showing the beetle and a similar-looking, but less damaging, white spotted pine sawyer beetle.