2 edition of Adult Elateridae of southern Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba (Coleoptera) found in the catalog.
Adult Elateridae of southern Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba (Coleoptera)
Arthur R. Brooks
Bibliography: p. 55-56.
|Statement||by A.R. Brooks.|
|Series||Canadian entomologist -- 20|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||63 p. :|
|Number of Pages||63|
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Get this from a library. Adult Elateridae of Southern Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba (Coleoptera). [Arthur R Brooks]. Adult Elateridae of southern Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba (Coleoptera). Canadian Entomolog supplement 63 pp. Elateridae excluding Cardiophorinae Beetles of.
Book. Jan ; AA Calder Adult Elateridae of Southern Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba (Coleoptera) Some 25 species occur in the NE USA and SE Author: Hume Douglas.
Brooks AR () Adult Elateridae of southern Alberta, Saskatch- Book. Full-text available. Adult Elateridae of Southern Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba (Coleoptera) Article. This chapter describes the Elateridae of Alberta ( species), Saskatchewan ( species), and Manitoba ( species).
It provides current names for species, as well as synonymized names that. Adult Elateridae of southern Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba (Coleoptera). The Canadian Entomologist, (). Denticollinae Stein & Weise, is a cosmopolitan and morphologically diverse subfamily in Elateridae  and consists of 11 tribes (including Hypnoidinae), about genera, and approximately.
Cardiophorus carinatus (Coleoptera: Adult Elateridae of southern Alberta, an Unusual New Species from the Lake Wales Ridge (Florida, USA) Adult Elateridae of southern Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba Burrowing behaviour in adult Cardiophorus cardisce (Say) (Coleoptera: Elateridae).
contributions to the morphology of the larval elateridae (coleoptera). 2: agriotes limosus leconte* - volume 73 issue 4 - robert glen. CPAWS Southern Alberta is actively engaged with the provincial government and continues to push for an updated plan to guide future grizzly bear recovery in the province.
Alberta’s previous grizzly bear recovery plan () was approved but not properly implemented, and a new plan is needed to guide on-the-ground actions for recovering. The seasonal activity of adult elaterids (Coleoptera: Elateridae) associated with potato production was studied in Palmer, Alaska (N°, W°) from to Octo Additionally, the University of Alaska Museum (UAM) Insect Collection was inspected for the presence of adult elaterids collected in Alaska.
Wireworms are the larval stage of beetles in the family Elateridae (Coleoptera). Since the late 19th century, wireworms have been recognized as a serious pest of U.S.
agriculture, affecting corn, potato, wheat, and other crops (Comstock and SlingerlandCooleyRiley and KeasterVernon and Van Herk ).Pest species belong to at least four different subfamilies (Johnson Southern Alberta’s wilderness contains a diversity of rich landscapes.
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Adult Elateridae of southern Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba (Coleoptera) Brooks, AR Canadian beetles (Coleoptera) injurous to crops, ornamentals, stored products, and buildings. The specimen of Megapenthes stigmosus (LeConte) pictured below was collected on Aug at Mount Uniake, Hants County, Nova Scotia, Canada by D.
MacDonald in a spruce beetle trap. It is approximately mm in length. This is the first record of this species (and genus) from Nova Scotia although it is previously recorded from New Brunswick (as is M. nigriventris Leconte).
Roughley, Robert E. Pollock, Darren A. and Wade, David J. Biodiversity of ground beetles (Coleoptera: Carabidae) and spiders (Araneae) across a tallgrass prairie – aspen forest ecotone in southern Manitoba. The Canadian Entomologist, Vol.Issue.
04, p. CrossRef; Google Scholar. Click beetle larvae (wireworms) are significant crop pests in Europe and North America. In Canada, there are ~30 economically important species which are morphologically difficult to identify, but for which sequence data are lacking.
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