Insectos y arácnidos

Fotos (L-R): Línea superior - daño causado por la <em>Adelges piceae</em> (Texas Forest Service/UGA2721075/R.F. Billings), <em>Adelges tsugae</em> (Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Archives/UGA/3225077/R.F. Billings), <em>Anoplophora glabripennis</em> (USDA Forest Service/UGA3225082/R.A. Haack); <br />Línea intermedia - <em>Aedes albopictus</em> (UGA1366026/S. Ellis), <em>Anoplophora chinensis</em> (Washington State Department of Agriculture Archives/UGA1265099), <em>Anthonomus grandis</em> (Clemson University - USDA Cooperative Extension Slide Series/UGA1235200); <br />Línea inferior - <em>Agrilus planipennis</em> (UGA9000019/D. Cappaert).Fotos L-R: <em>Glycaspis brimblecombei </em> (Forest Health Management International/UGA1244008/W.M. Ciesla), <em>Cinara cupressivora</em> (Forest Health Management International/UGA3948001/W.M. Ciesla), <em>Callidiellum rufipenne</em> (Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Archives/UGA/3047055), <em>Coptotermes formosanus </em> (USDA ARS/UGA1324064/S. Bauer).Fotos clockwise from top left: <em>Hyphantria cunea</em> (Ministry of Agriculture and Regional Development Archives, Hungary/UGA0454078), <em>Orthotomicus erosus</em> galleries (Forest Health Management International/UGA001700/W.M. Ciesla), <em>Hylurgus ligniperda</em> (Forest Health Management International/UGA1428147/W.M. Ciesla), <em>Lymantria dispar</em> (USDA Forest Service/UGA1241013/J.H. Ghent), <em>Paratrechina longicornis</em> (UGA1366067/S. Ellis), <em>Harmonia axyridis </em> (USDA ARS/UGA0908098/L. Tedders).Fotos (L-R): Top row - <em>Phoracantha recurva</em> (Forest Health Management International/UGA1244006/W.M. Ciesla), <em>Tetropium fuscum</em> (Lidia Sukovata, Polish Forest Research Institute/UGA1258311/S. Kinelski), <em>Varroa destructor</em> (USDA ARS/UGA1321060/S. Bauer),<br /> Second row - <em>Pityogenes bidentatus</em> (Lidia Sukovata, Polish Forest Research Institute/UGA1258036/S. Kinelski), <em>Teia anartoides</em> (New Zealand Ministry of Agriculture and Forestry/UGA9000010/A. Flynn), <em>Tomicus piniperda</em> (Hungary Forest Research Institute/UGA1231204/G. Csoka), <br />Third row - <em>Xylosandrus mutilatus</em> (Mississippi State University/UGA 1274029/ D. Stone), <em> Sirex noctillo</em> (USDA APHIS PPQ/UGA1414001/D.R. Lance), <em> Solenopsis invicta</em> (USDA APHIS PPQ Archives/UGA1148021), <br />Fourth row - <em> Scolytus schevyrewi</em> (Colorado State University/UGA1326205/W. Cranshaw).
última actualización:  martes 21 de abril de 2009