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Potential for the pine butterfly defoliation on the Flathead Indian Reservation in 1973

Wayne E. Bousfield

Potential for the pine butterfly defoliation on the Flathead Indian Reservation in 1973

by Wayne E. Bousfield

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Published by U.S.D.A. Forest Service, Northern Region, Division of State and Private Forestry in Missoula, Mont .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pine butterfly -- Montana -- Flathead Indian Reservation.,
  • Ponderosa pine -- Diseases and pests -- Montana -- Flathead Indian Reservation.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Wayne Bousfield.
    SeriesInsect and disease report, Report -- no. I-72-9., Report (United States. Forest Service. Northern Region) -- no. I-72-9.
    ContributionsUnited States. Forest Service. Northern Region. State & Private Forestry.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 leaves ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16139211M

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Potential for the pine butterfly defoliation on the Flathead Indian Reservation in 1973 by Wayne E. Bousfield Download PDF EPUB FB2

The pine butterfly, Neophasia menapia Feld., has been at epidemic levels in the Bitterroot and Missoula valleys for the past 2 years (Ciesla et al. ) (Bousfield and Meyer ). Several reports of conspicuous pine butterfly flights on the Flathead Indian Reservation prompted an evaluation of the potential for pine butterfly defoliation in Author: Wayne E.

Bousfield. Host: Ponderosa pine Figure Adult pine butterfly. Symptoms/Signs: Newly hatched pine butterfly larvae are gregarious feeders on older foliage and then move to the new foliage as they mature. Mature larvae are approximately cm long, dark green in color and have light green heads.

Potential for the pine butterfly defoliation on the Flathead Indian Reservation in / by Wayne Bousfield. Missoula, Mont.: U.S.D.A. Forest Service, Northern Region, Division of State and Private Forestry, SFD44 L56 Evaluation of pine butterfly infestations on the Flathead Indian Reservation, Montana, Author: Scott Tunnock, Hubert E.

Meyer. Pine butterfly definition is - a black-and-white pierid butterfly (Neophasia menapia) whose larva is very injurious to young pines in western North America. The pine white butterfly has a wing span of between 1 3/4 and 2 1/4 inches.

Its forewings are white on the uppersides with heavy black marking on its wing tips and black edges. The undersides of its back wings have black veins. Males and females are similar, but the female is a little duller in color and her hindwings are sometimes edged in red and tinged with yellow.

Pine sawflies in the Southwest typically attack open-grown trees or areas where pine is growing at a low density.

The same trees are frequently defoliated year after year. In general, defoliation causes slower growth. Repeated defoliation can result in top-kill and tree mortality. Similar Insects and Diseases: See pandora moth and pine butterfly.

The book contains illustrations of all known Papilionidae of the Indian subcontinent, a list of subspecies and their distribution and a list of the meanings of the names of species included in the.

The main goal of species pages is to compile all the natural history information that is known about Indian butterflies, and to present it online for free to anyone interested. This will include information on identification, distribution, status, habitat, habits, early stages (eggs, caterpillars and pupae), larval host plants, nectar plants.

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Article Assessing Pine Processionary Moth Defoliation Using Unmanned Aerial Systems Adrián Cardil 1, Udayalakshmi Vepakomma 2 and Lluis Brotons 1,3,4,* ID 1 InForest Joint Research Unit (CTFC-CREAF), Solsona, Spain; [email protected] 2 FPInnovations, Boulevard Saint-Jean, Pointe-Claire, QC H9R 3J9, Canada; [email protected] This is the Red spotted purple butterfly and its on the Butterfly bush which is common for most butterflies to be on.

This was taken I have not seen many of these this year as with most butterflies I hope they make a comeback soon as I miss seeing so many of them in the garden. Butterflies live between 2 and 3 weeks, depending on species. The Spring Azure lives only two to four days, while the Mourning Cloak may live as long as ten to eleven months.

INSECTS Issued in furtherance of Cooperative Extension work, Acts of May 8 and Jin cooperation with the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Milan. Hitchcock and Cronquist [] unless otherwise notes.) This association arises because these three native lupines are apparently the sole food source for Fender’s blue butterfly larvae.

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Start studying In the time of the butterflies. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Common Grass Yellow is a small Eurema hecabe pierid butterfly, always found flying in open grass close to the ground and water.

The common grass yellow is the most commonly seen butterfly in India. Great Windmill. Great Windmill or Byasa dasarada is a large butterfly found in India. The woodland butterfly is very beautiful in appearance. Here are a few additional tips for butterfly gardening.

While an open sunny area lets you grow more flowering plants, some butterflies prefer shady woodlands. A variety of habitats will attract more butterfly species. Plant your butterfly garden where you can see and enjoy it. Attract colorful visitors to your garden by providing a safe haven with this A-frame butterfly house.

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