volume 162, issue 3, P328-335 2017
DOI: 10.1111/eea.12546
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Marc Rhainds, Troy Kimoto, Juraj Galko, Christo Nikolov, Krista Ryall, Garrett Brodersen, Vincent Webster

Abstract: Abstract Woodborers in the Agrilus genus (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) pose high invasiveness risk as indicated by the recent invasion and continental spread of emerald ash borer, and the associated threat to ash resources in North America. In that context, development of detection tools for potentially invasive Agrilus spp. is a research priority. Experiments carried out in 2013 in Slovakian beech and poplar forests evaluated the attraction of multiple Agrilus species to green and purple sticky prism traps baite…

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