Contemporary Topics in Entomology : Cerambycidae of the by Qiao Wang

By Qiao Wang

There are greater than 36,000 defined species within the kinfolk Cerambycidae on this planet. With the numerous raise of overseas exchange within the fresh many years, many cerambycid species became significant plant pests outdoor their ordinary distribution diversity, inflicting severe environmental difficulties at nice cost. Cerambycid pests of box, vine, and tree plants and of wooded area and concrete bushes expense billions of greenbacks in construction losses, harm to landscapes, and administration expenses worldwide.

Cerambycidae of the area: Biology and Pest administration is the 1st entire textual content facing all points of cerambycid beetles in an international context. It offers our present wisdom at the biology, type, ecology, plant affliction transmission, and organic, cultural, and chemical keep watch over strategies together with biosecurity measures from around the world.

Written by means of a group of worldwide specialists, this e-book presents an front to the clinical literature on Cerambycidae for scientists in learn associations, basic industries, and universities, and may function a vital reference for agricultural and quarantine pros in governmental departments in the course of the world.

Show description

Read Online or Download Contemporary Topics in Entomology : Cerambycidae of the World : Biology and Pest Management PDF

Best entomology books

The Evolution of Organ Systems

Systematics has constructed swiftly in the past twenty years. a large number of recent equipment and contributions from a variety of organic fields together with molecular genetics and developmental biology have supplied a wealth of phylogenetic hypotheses, a few confirming conventional perspectives others contradicting them.

Atlas of Drosophila Morphology. Wild-type and Classical Mutants

''The Atlas of Drosophila Morphology presents a useful, in addition to attractive, reference resource for all those that have to realize fly mutant phenotypes or who have to decipher the impenetrable jargon of fly anatomical names. a far wanted replace to the vintage works of Demerec and Lindsley & Grell … A needs to for any fly lab.

Biology of Blood-Sucking Insects

Blood-sucking bugs are the vectors of a number of the such a lot debilitating parasites of guy and his domesticated animals. additionally they are of substantial direct expense to the rural via losses in milk and meat yields, and during harm to hides and wool, and so on. So, now not strangely, many books of clinical and veterinary entomology were written.

Additional resources for Contemporary Topics in Entomology : Cerambycidae of the World : Biology and Pest Management

Sample text

Cardo extremely reduced, labiomaxillary base firmly attached to cranium along whole width; maxillae movable only from stipes ..................................................... 47a and b) a. 65) present though may be strongly reduced and inconspicuous. Free movable cardo present ....................................................................... 3 3. Main antennal sensillum flat, rarely convex, never conical ..................................................... 4 a. Main antennal sensillum prominent and conical ...............................................................

60) and one pair on each of eight abdominal segments. The digestive system is similar to that of adults. 61a and b) are similar to adults in size, shape, and proportions of cephalic and thoracic appendages. Secondary sexual differences in adults generally are evident in the pupae. They are adecticous, exarate, and generally soft and pale (except for some special structures like spines or gin traps), with a strongly ventrally bent head so that mouthparts point caudally (except for some Prioninae).

Two groups of genera previously included in the Necydalinae are recognized as incertae sedis of Cerambycinae by Švácha and Lawrence (2014): (1) Atelopteryx Lacordaire, Callisphyris Newman, Hephaestion Newman, Parahephaestion Melzer, Planopus Bosq and Stenorhopalus Blanchard; and (2) Cauarana Lane, Mendesina Lane, Rhathymoscelis Thomson and Hephaestioides Zajciw. 3 Diversity and Distribution This is the second largest subfamily in Cerambycidae, with 1,757 genera and more than 11,200 species in the world (Bouchard et al.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.03 of 5 – based on 40 votes