2 edition of Spear-marked black moth found in the catalog.
Spear-marked black moth
Richard A. Werner
|Statement||[Richard A. Werner and Bruce H. Baker].|
|Series||Forest insect & disease leaflet ; 156, Forest insect & disease leaflet -- 156.|
|Contributions||Baker, Bruce H., United States. Forest Service.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 p. :|
Morphology of the internal reproductive organs in relation to the sex pheromone glands of the spear-marked black moth by Werner, Richard A. (Richard Allen), ; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.). Hummingbird Moth (Clearwing) (Hemaris diffinis) is a readily noticed day flying moth, often mistaken for a bird, not a butterfly. But other day flying moths can be dead-on look-alikes for butterflies. I’ll never forget the specimen of a Spear-marked Black (Rheumaptera hastata) I once turned in to the Mass.
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Digital Guide to Moth Identification Geometridae. – – Rheumaptera hastata – Spear-Marked Black Moth – (Linnaeus, ) Photographs are the copyrighted property of each photographer listed.
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. In a large outbreak of Eulype hastata developed in Betula papyrifera stands near Fairbanks, Alaska. An account is given of the life history of the insect.
A spray of 1 lb. DDT in 1/4 gal. Velsicol AR, made up to one gal. with fuel oil, effectively controlled 3rd-instar larvae at 1 gal./acre.
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[Richard A Werner; Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.)]. Rheumaptera hastata the Argent and Sable in Europe, or Spear-Marked Black moth in North America, is a serious defoliator of birch trees in northern latitiudes.
An evaluation of spear-marked black moth infestations in Alaska, [Peter A Rush] on neilsolomonhowe.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying neilsolomonhowe.com: Peter A Rush. Aug 27, · White-striped Black Trichodezia albovittata (Guenée, ) Family: Geometridae. Subfamily: Larentiinae. Identification: Wings black with white bar across forewing, narrowing and meeting terminal white wedge near inner margin.
Hindwing fringe black, white toward outer angle. Morphology of the internal reproductive organs in relation to the sex pheromone glands of the spear-marked black moth / Related Titles. Series: USDA Forest Service research note PNW ; By.
Werner, Richard A. (Richard Allen), Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station (Portland, Or.) Type. Book Material. North American moths represent about 12, types of moths. In comparison, there are about species of North American neilsolomonhowe.com moths (mostly nocturnal) and butterflies (mostly diurnal) together make up the taxonomic order Lepidoptera.
This list is sorted by MONA number (MONA is short for Moths of America North of Mexico).A numbering system for North American moths introduced by. Good guide books for keeping up with Alaska birds and plants My book of glorious world mushrooms isn’t much help, but it doesn’t stop me from trying.
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(Richard Allen), Morphology of the internal reproductive organs in relation to the sex pheromone glands of the spear-marked black moth / (Portland, Or.: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station, ), also by Or.) Pacific Northwest Forest and Range Experiment Station.
The results are presented of investigations in the field and laboratory in Alaska on oviposition preference and the effects of the foliage of different food-plants on development, survival and fecundity in Rheumaptera hastata (L.), the most important defoliator of paper birch (Betula papyrifera) there.
Females preferred paper birch to other indigenous deciduous trees for oviposition, and the Cited by: Abstract. Plant communities in taiga forest ecosystems harbor an array of insects that exploit the vast biomass within these ecosystems.
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the black‑headed budworm inmillion hectares of western hemlock in southeast Alaska defoliated by hemlock sawfly larvae in, hectares of white spruce infested by the spruce beetle in the Copper River drainage in and one million hectares in defoliated by larvae of the spear‑marked black moth in interior Alaska.
Argent and sable moths or Rheumaptera hastata are day flying moths of the Geometridae family, with distinctive black and white colourings. They tend to live on wetlands and hillsides. The larvae spin together the leaves of their food plants (such as birch and bog myrtle) to form their cocoons.
It was named argent and sable in Argent and sable refers to the heraldic color names for black. North Carolina and Virginia Moth Photos. Photographs by Will Cook, mostly taken in North Carolina and Virginia. The photos here are just an introduction to the dazzling biodiversity of moths in the region.
North Carolina has an incredible number of known moth species: .My Vacation Alaska 2: Anchorage and Gambell. I took my first ever trip to Alaska May June 9 These photos are from Anchorage, Palmer and Gambell and span the dates May June 4th. Presumed Spear-Marked Black Moth (Rheumaptera hastata) thanks Cory!
Arctic Skipper (Carterocephalus palaemon) thanks Cory! Build a Book.Spear-marked Black Moth. Yep, it's a moth, even though it doesn't have fuzzy antennae. The dragonfly book is the western equivalent of my beloved eastern go-to guide - the one with the excellent species comparisons - so it was an easy sell.
I'll just have to take more western vacations and get my money's worth out of it.