retusus

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934 exemplares (75,60%), Xyleborus affinis com 106 exemplares (4,15%), Xyleborus ferrugineus com 94 exemplares (3,68%), Xylosandrus retusus com 89 individuos (3,48%), Xyleborinus saxeseni com 79 exemplares (3,09%) e Xyleborinus gracilis com 40 exemplares (1,56%).
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In a long-term study in commercial forests, mass trapping of several western ambrosia beetles (T lineatum, Gnathotrichus sulcatus [LeConte], and Gnathotrichus retusus [LeConte]) yielded a benefit/cost estimate of five-to-one with associated savings of over US$500,000 (Lindgren & Fraser 1994).
1998), Trypodendron lineatum (Olivier, 1795), Gnathotichus retusus (Leconte, 1868), G.
In a study of ornamentals, Werner (2007) observed exceptional drought tolerance in four species which all possess tori: Chionanthus retusus Lindl.
retusus have the fast pulse rate (approximately 150 pulses/s at 25[degrees]C) typical of this genus, while N.
chevrolati retusus se encontro durante todo el ano (Cuadro 3).
Pickard-Cambridge 1871) 1 Erigone atra (Blackwall 1841) 3 Erigone longipalpis * (Sundevall 1830) x 3 Hypomma bituberculatum (Wider 1834) 1 Oedothorax apicatus (Blackwall 1850) 3 Oedothorax fuscus (Blackwall 1834) 2 Oedothorax retusus (Westring 1851) 3 Pocadicnemis juncea Locket & Millidge 1953 1 Silometopus ambiguus * (O.
Heat-loving ornamentals Zones 7-9: Plants such as Chionanthus retusus, crape myrtle, and Salvia spathacea thrive during the Central Valley's hot summers and cold winters.