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|Delimiting the invaded range of the goldspotted oak borer, a threat to red oaks in California and Oregon|
The goldspotted oak borer, Agrilus auroguttatus, traveled in infested firewood from southeastern Arizona into southern California where it is ki ...
|Monitoring Tool for the Insect Vector of Thousand Cankers Disease of Walnut|
A newly discovered pheromone can be used to detect the insect vector of thousand cankers disease of walnut. Intermediate and low population den ...
|Scientists Develop Successful Lure to Attrack Beetle That Causes Thousand Cankers Disease in Walnut Trees|
In response to the threat posed by the walnut twig beetle, which spreads thousand cankers disease in walnut trees, the Forest Service's Pacific ...
|Wingnut trees at risk to thousand cankers disease|
The walnut twig beetle vectors a fungus that colonizes and kills the plant tissure known as phloem of walnut and butternut trees. Over the past ...
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