Insects that Feed on Trees and Shrubs (Second revised edition)

Insects that Feed on Trees and Shrubs (Second revised edition)

By: Howard H. Lyon (author), Warren T. Johnson (author)Hardback

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This comprehensive handbook, acclaimed when it was first published in 1976 as "one of the most useful reference manuals on diagnostic entomology yet produced," has now been completely revised and expanded to reflect recent advances in technology and the wealth of new information affecting the "Green Industry."Augmented by 241 full-color plates, it gives the essential facts about more than 900 species of insects, mites, and other animals that injure woody ornamental plants in the United States and Canada, and provides means of quick visual identification of both the pests and the damage they cause.


Reader's Guide to Identification of Insects and Related Pests Introduction The Book and Its Use Pest Control Pest ldentification and Problem Diagnosis Natural History Insects That Feed on Conifers Sawfly Defoliators, Bud Miners, and Shoot Borers Webspinnlng Sawflies, Pine Webworm, Pine False Webworm Moth and Butterfly Defoliators of Conifers Spruce Bud Moth and Spruce Budworms Juniper Webworm Spruce Needleminers, Douglas-fir Tussock Moth and Silverspotted Tiger Moth Larch Casebearer Needle Miners and Webbers Cypress TIP Miners and Arborvitae Leaf Miners Needle and Twig Midges Pine Tube Moth Pine Tip or Shoot Moths Pine shoot Borers Conifer Twig Weevils Trunk and Root Collar Weevils Pine Needle Weevils and Juniper Twig Girdler Cypress Bark Moth and Douglas-fir Twig Weevil Conifer Bark Beetles Eastern Pine Bark and Shoot Beetles Western Conifer Bark Beetles Cedar Bark Beetles Cypress Bark Beetles Balsam Woolly Adelgid Adelgids of Pine and Spruce Adelgids of Larch, Spruce, and Hemlock Balsam Twig Aphid Cinara Aphids and Other Aphids of Conifers Conifer Spittlebugs MeaIybugs of Yew and Pine, and the Woolly Pine Scale Golden Mealybug Matsucoccus Scales Irregular Pine Scale and Monterey Pine Scale Pine Tortoise Scale, Spruce Bud Scale, and Virginia Pine Scale Fletcher Scale Black Pineleaf Scale Hemlock Scale Elongate Hemlock Scale Juniper Scale Pine Needle Scale Armored Scales of Conifers Cooley Spruce Gall Adelgid Eastern Spruce Gall Adelgid Conifer Gall Midges Spider Mites of Conifers Eriophyid Mites of Conifers Insects That Feed on Broad-leaved Trees and Shrubs Dogwood Sawfly Mountain-ash Sawfly and Dusky Birch Sawfly "Slug" Sawflies Rose Sawflies Sawflies Gypsy Moth Cankerworms Loopers California Oakworm Fruitworms and Other Caterpillars Walnut Caterpillar Nymphalid Caterpillars Notodontid Caterpillars Tussock Moth Caterpillars Subtropical Caterpillars Armed Caterpillars Webworms Eastern Tent Caterpillar and Forest Tent Caterpillar Western Tent Caterpillars Uglynest Caterpillar, Oak Webworm, Rollers, and Tiers Euonymus Caterpillar Bagworms Mimosa Webworm A Bougainvillea Caterpillar Birch Leaf-mining Sawflies Sawfly Leaf Miners and Case Bearers Leaf-mining Beetles Oak Leaf Miners Blotch and Serpentine Leaf Miners Cherry Leaf Miner and Cambium Miners Maple Petiole Borer, and Shoot and Twig Borers Azalea Leaf Miners Boxwood Leafminer Leaf-mining Maggots and Holly Budmoth Madrone Shield Bearer and Other Shield Bearers Yellow Poplar Weevil Maple and Other Trumpet Skeletonizers, and Maple Leaf-cutter Leaf Rollers, Tiers, and Webbers Skeletonizers of Oak, Birch, and Apple Elm Leaf Beetles Leaf Beetles Cottonwood Leaf Beetles and Related Species Imported Willow Leaf Beetle and Flea Beetles Fuller Rose Beetle Seagrape Borer and a Seagrape Gall Midge Walnut and Hickory Insects Japanese Beetle, European Chafer, and Rose Chafer Baccharis Leaf Beetle and Rose Curculio Weevils and Other Root-feeding Beetles Vectors of Elm Diseases Elm Bark Beetles Shothole Borer and Other Bark Beetles American Plum Borer Wood-boring Caterpillars Lilac Borer and Banded Ash Clearwing Dogwood Borers Twig Pruners and Twig Girdlers Oak Twig Girdler Poplar-and-Willow Borer Flatheaded Borers Bronze Birch Borer Locust Borers Roundheaded Borers Root-feeding Beetles Trunk Borers Wood-boring Beetles Shoot and Twig Borers Acacia Psyllid Psyllids Tuliptree Aphid and Other Foliage-feeding Aphids California Laurel Aphid and Podocarpus Aphid Aphids of Beech, Birch, and Apple Spirea Aphid and Aphids of Manzanita Snowball Aphid and Other Foliage-feeding Aphids Black Citrus Aphid and Other Foliage-feeding Aphids Woolly Aphids Leaf and Stem Aphids Aphids of Oleander and Bamboo Leaf, Shoot, and Twig Aphids Woolly Root and Twig Aphids Whiteflies of Rhododendron and Azalea Greenhouse Whitefly and Relatives Mealybugs and Whitefiies Comstock Mealybug Subtropical Mealybugs Noxious Bamboo Mealybug Beech Scale and Cypress Bark Mealybug Sycamore Scale Azalea Bark Scale Cottony Cushion Scale Cottony Maple Scale Cottony Scales and Mealybugs Cottony Camellia Scale Cottony Scales Pit-making Pittosporum Scale Bamboo Scale Pit-making Scales of Oak and Holly Magnolia Scale, Calico Scale, and Frosted Scale Wax Scales Black Scale Nigra Scale and Hemispherical Scale Tuliptree Scale Lecanium Scales and Kermes Scales Rose Scale and Globose Scale European Elm Scale and Other Bark-feeding Scales Oystershell Scale and Camellia Scale Greedy Scale and Peony Scale Oleander Scales Subtropical Armored Scales Dictyospermum Scale and Gall-forming Armored Scales Obscure Scale and Gloomy Scale San Jose Scale and Walnut Scale Euonymus Scales Armored Snow Scales, White Peach Scale and White Prunicola Scale Fiorinia Scales Fourlined Plant Bug and Lygocoris Plant Bugs Tarnished Plant Bug and Boxelder Plant Bus Plant Bugs and a Beetle Affecting Sycamore Ash Plant Bugs Plant Bugs, Leafhoppers, and a Treehopper of Honeylocust Treehoppers Thornbug and Relatives Twomarked Treehopper Rose Leafhopper Potato Leafhopper and Whitebanded Elm Leafhopper Foliage Injury by Leafhoppers Redbanded Leafhopper and Other Sharpshooter Leafhoppers Spittlebugs on Angiosperms Planthoppers and Plant Bugs Lace Bugs of Broad-leaved Evergreens and Sages Lace Bugs of Deciduous Plants Greenhouse Thrips Thrips Dogwood Club Gall Bud, Shoot, and Stem Galls Oak Leaf and Twig Galls Aphid and Psyllid Galls Hackberry Galls Yaupon Psyllid Gall Psyllid Gall of Persea Laurel, Eugenia, Ceanothus, and Pepper Tree Psyllids Petiole and Leaf Stipule Galls Eyespot Galls Leaf Galls of Ash and Elm Honeylocust Pod Gail Midge and Sawfly Galls of Poplar and Willow Rhododendron Gall Midge, Rose Midge, and Other Gall Midges Spider Mites, False Spider Mites, and Tarsonemid Mites Bud and Rust Mites Eriophyid Gall Makers Katydids, Grasshoppers, and Periodical Cicadas Crickets and Walkingstick Wasps and Bees as Plant Pests Ants Slugs and Snails Birds and Small Mammals That Injure Trees Sources of Information on Pests and Pest Control Land-Grant Institutions and Agricultural Experiment Stations in the United States US. Department of Agriculture, Forest Pest Control Offices Regional Pest Control Information in Canada Glossary References Index of Insects, Mites, and Other Animals Index to Insects by Host Plants

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9780801426025
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 560
  • ID: 9780801426025
  • weight: 2466
  • ISBN10: 0801426022
  • edition: Second revised edition

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