volume 166, issue 10, P823-833 2018
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12710
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C.M. Romo, M.K.-F. Bader, S.M. Pawson

Abstract: Abstract Phytosanitary treatments are applied to minimize the movement of forest insects when trading export logs and timber. Treatments must prove effective against quarantine pests. However, to date, phytosanitary treatment development rarely incorporates biological information about pest location within a commodity. Incorporating such knowledge may lead to improved treatment efficiency by targeting control at the specific location of pests. We assessed larval‐boring depth of Arhopalus ferus (Mulsant) and P…

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