scolytid

scolytid

(ˈskɒlɪtɪd) or

scolytoid

n
(Zoology) any of various dark-coloured cylinder-shaped beetles, including the bark and ambrosia beetles
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A multiple funnel trap for scolytid beetles (Coleoptera).
(1975) Synthesis of optically active forms of sulcatol, the aggregation pheromone in the scolytid beetle, Gnathotrichus sulcatus.
Among the topics are cultivating medical and aromatic plants in saline environments, hydrogen sulphide and signaling in plants, improving bioethanol production by increasing sugar beet crop yield, detecting and measuring plant disease symptoms using visible-wavelength photography and image analysis, plant mutation breeding in agriculture, macroalgae and their potential for biofuel, assessing the safety of biological control introductions, managing farmland flora to promote biodiversity in Europe, epigenetics and plant breeding, and options for controlling scolytid beetles that attack pines.
Interactions among scolytid bark beetles, their associated fungi and live host conifers.
Non dispersed seeds of Astrocaryum usually suffer high levels of predation by scolytid and bruchid beetles, reducing seedling recruitment near parents (Smythe, 1989; Delobel et al., 1995; Galetti et al., 2006; Dracxler et al., 2011).
In: Natural Enemies and Other Multi-Scale Influences on Forest Insects, IUFRO Working Party 7.03.05 "Integrated control of scolytid bark beetles," 7.03.06 "Integrated management of forest defoliating insects," and 7.03.07 "Population dynamics of forest insects," September 9-14, 2007, BOKU University, Vienna.
Therefore we tested a panel of microsatellites that were established in several scolytid species for cross amplification in H.
All around the second-growth vegetation, the fallen trees and branches rot and crumble offering hiding places and food to a vast array of basidiomycete fungi, slime molds, ponerine ants, scolytid beetles, bark lice, earwigs, embiopteran web spinners, zorapterans, entomobryomorph springtails, japygid diplurans, schizomid arachnids, pseudoscorpions, real scorpions, and other forms that live mostly or exclusively in this habitat.
Collections from infrequently-sampled sites in Indiana, and collections of non-target beetles that were taken as a result of exotic scolytid trapping efforts by the United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Plant Protection and Quarantine (USDA APHIS PPQ) and the Indiana Department of Natural Resources were recently studied.
In the Philippines, insect outbreaks of two types of moth are becoming a problem on plantations and the scolytid beetle is affecting secondary forests
Cotyledons of established seedlings frequently have scolytid damage, which would be expected to reduce seedling reserves.