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Integrated protection against lyctid beetle infestations

Lonnie H Williams

Integrated protection against lyctid beetle infestations

by Lonnie H Williams

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station in New Orleans, La .
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    Subjects:
  • Lyctidae -- Diseases and pests,
  • Lyctidae -- Integrated control

  • Edition Notes

    StatementLonnie H. William
    ContributionsSouthern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14841006M

    Unit Integrated Pest Management and the Biological Control of Pests and Diseases. Two examples of infestations in the past. gypsy moth (used biological agents and traps against it) and Colorado potato beetle (resistant to many pesticides and predators such as alfalfa weevil, Mexican bean beetle, musk thistle). Ips avulsus adults are about 3 mm (1/8 in) long and have 4 spines on each side. The wing covers of Ips avulsus are lighter brown than the thorax. The eggs are about mm (1/32 in) long by mm (1/55 in) wide, and larvae have heads up to mm (1/36 in) wide.

    Crucifer Flea Beetle Biology and Integrated Pest Management in Canola North Dakota State University Fargo, North Dakota SEPTEMBER E Janet J. Knodel, Crop Protection Extension Specialist North Central Research Extension CenterFile Size: KB. Williams, L. and J. Mauldin. Integrated protection against lyctid beetle infestations. III. Implementing boron treatment of Virola lumber in Brazil. Forest Products Journal 36 () Zelinka, S. L. and D.S. Stone. The effect of tannins and pH on the corrosion of steel in wood extracts. Materials and Corrosion 62(3)Cited by: 6.

      Plant Defense Strategies Toward Arthropod Pests. Plants have been successful in colonizing most environments and their success is due in part to their ability to resist or tolerate herbivore attack (Hanley et al., ).In a crop protection context, the system developed by Stout () is particularly useful in differentiating between two plant defense strategies and the Cited by: The pink spotted lady beetle (also called pink ladybird beetle, pink ladybug), Coleomegilla maculate, is an important beneficial insect commonly found in Missouri's field crops.A native North American insect, it is found throughout the eastern two-thirds of the US from Canada through New England and into many Southern and Midwestern states.


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Integrated protection against lyctid beetle infestations by Lonnie H Williams Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Integrated protection against lyctid beetle infestations. [Lonnie H Williams; Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)].

Get this from a library. Integrated protection against lyctid beetle infestations: part II laboratory dip-diffusion treatment of unseasoned banak (Virola spp.) lumber with boron compounds.

[Lonnie H Williams; Joe K Mauldin; Southern Forest Experiment Station (New Orleans, La.)]. Southern lyctus beetle, Lyctus planicollis LeConte, eggs. Eggs are usually 1 mm long and translucent or white. Photograph by USDA Forest Service - Wood Products Insect Lab Archives, USDA Forest Service.

Larvae: The larvae are yellowish-white, "C-shaped," and about mm long with an enlarged spiracle on the eighth abdominal segment. Introduction. Replacement of biodeteriorated wood in service accounts for about 10% of the annual timber cut in the United States (Zabel and Morrell, ).Annual losses of over 1 billion US dollars (USD) result from fungal deterioration of untreated or inadequately treated wood (Scheffer, ).Insurance claims for pre- and post-construction mould problems exceeded billion Cited by:   Scientific Name: Lyctus planicollis Lyctid powderpost beetles are a species of wood-destroying insects that are found throughout the world.

There are 11 known species found living in the United States. This species of wood infesting beetle attacks new wood and can be problematic in new home construction and newly created wooden furniture and structures/5(). Lyctus carbonarius is a wood-boring beetle in the family Bostrichidae (formerly in the family Lyctidae, which is now a subfamily of Bostrichidae), commonly known as the southern lyctus beetle or lyctid powderpost beetle.

It is a serious pest of hardwoods including ash, hickory, oak, maple and mahogany and can infest many products in the home including hardwood flooring Family: Bostrichidae. Borates are among the most widely used compounds in chemical and related fields.

They have extensive applications in consumer products including pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, insecticides. Lyctid Powderpost Beetles. Lyctid powderpost beetles (Figure 5) are about 1/4 inch long and brown.

The body is elongated and slightly flattened. The head is prominent and not covered by the pronotum. Antennae have a two-segmented terminal club. The larvae are white and C-shaped, with the eighth abdominal spiracle enlarged (Figure 6). The typical lifecycle of a lyctid powderpost beetle.

The larval, or grub stage in which the wood-destroying beetles do their damage, is long in proportion to the rest of the life cycle. Powderpost beetles are second only to termites as de-stroyers of seasoned wood, such as that used in buildings and furniture. How to Kill and Get Rid of Powder Post Beetles.

Moisture control combined with a wood preservative treatment such as Totality or Bora Care should be the first line of defense against this aggressive pest.

In situations where moisture control cannot be implemented, removal of the infested wood along with replacing the wood with "insect and mold resistant wood" should be. Migration of boron from Douglas-fir lumber subjected to simulated rainfall. lumber subjected to simulated rainfall.

Integrated protection against lyctid beetle infestations. Williams LH, Amburgey TL () Integrated protection against lyctid beetle infestations. Resistance of boron-treated wood (Virola spp) to insect and fungal attack. For Prod J 37(2)– CAS; Google ScholarAuthor: S.

Nami Kartal, Evren Terzi, Tsuyoshi Yoshimura. Lyctid definition is - of or relating to the family Lyctidae. Standard C AWPA Book of Standards Selma, Alabama.

Standard methods for analysis of waterborne preservatives and fire-retardant formulations. Standard A Method Determination of boron in treated wood using azomethine-H or carminic acid. AWPA Book of Standards Selma, Alabama.

Williams LH, Amburgey TL () Integrated protection against lyctid beetle infestations. Resistance of boron-treated wood (Virola spp.) to insect and fungal attack. Forest Prod J 37(2)– CAS; Google Scholar; Download referencesAuthor: Saip Nami Kartal, Evren Terzi, Aysel Kanturk Figen, Melek Cordan, Seçil Aydin, Sabriye Pişkin.

Charles Elhard, Plant Protection Specialist, North Dakota Department of Agriculture Integrated Pest Management of Japanese Beetle in North Dakota Introduction The Japanese beetle, Popillia japonica Newman, belongs to the insect family Scarabaeidae.

It is a highly destructive plant pest that feeds on more than. If you've ever tried to snag a beetle from a leaf, you've probably seen a demonstration of thanatosis in action.

Lady beetles, leaf beetles, and other skittish insects will simply loosen their grip on the plant in question, fall to the ground, and lie there looking dead until you leave them be.

Integrated protection against lyctid beetle infestations. Part IV, Resistance of boron treated wood (Virola spp.) to insect and fungal attack. Forest Prod.

37(2):l Beetles in the family Lyctidae are usually referred to as powderpost beetles, or "true powderpost beetles". They share the name powderpost beetle with the family Anobiidae. The larval stage of lyctid powderpost beetles limit their feeding to hardwoods. Infestations are commonly found in hardwood floors, furniture, and fixtures.

Lyctid Powderpost Beetle: Identification: True powderpost beetles are small (from 1/8 to 1/4-inch) and are reddish-brown to black. Unlike Anobiid and Bostrichid powderpost beetles, the head of a Lyctid beetle is visible from above. These beetles have an segmented antenna which ends in a two-segmented club.

The tibia of each leg has two small. Protection against pests Hygiene pests and germ carriers such as cockroaches, ants, flies, mice, rats and various ectoparasites, including bed bugs and fleas, represent a latent risk for hospitals and nursing facilities. In their unrelenting search for food, pests contaminate medical supplies and equipment such as dressing materials.The adult beetle then flies a short distance of the timber from the timber which it has emerged, its sole purpose being to mate with the opposite sex of the same species and lay eggs close by.

The life cycle of the Anobium borer is usually years, however, it can extend to years if the conditions are Size: KB.Rodents are the most dominant mammalian pest in agriculture and commerce. They are usually present in urban or rural localities.

(Alberta is the major exception: its long-running, province-wide rat extermination program has been very successful.) Rats and mice easily climb, burrow, swim, and gnaw.

They are also very fecund. Because they are.