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Field Evaluations of Emamectin Benzoate for Control of Birch Leaf miner (Hymenoptera:Tenthredinidae) in Interior Alaska

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2011

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Fettig, C. J., Burnside, R. E., Hayes, C. J., and Schultz, M. E., 2011, Field Evaluations of Emamectin Benzoate for Control of Birch Leaf miner (Hymenoptera:Tenthredinidae) in Interior Alaska: Journal of Entomological Science, v. 46, no. 4, p. 339-341.

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Ambermarked birch leafminer, Profenusa thomsoni (Konow) (Hymenoptera: Tenthredinidae), is an exotic, invasive pest of urban and wildland birch, Betula spp., in portions of North America. Profenusa thomsoni was first reported in the eastern United States in the early 1900s and has spread rapidly throughout the northern United States and Canada (MacQuarrie et al. 2007, Can. Entomol. 139: 545 - 553). The most likely mode of introduction was overwintering pupae present in the root balls of horticultural stock imported from Europe (Digweed and Langor 2004, Can. Entomol. 136:727 - 731), although this has not been documented. In Alaska, 3 exotic birch leaf mining sawflies have been found in recent years with the most significant tree damage [...]

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