Oak Pests: A Guide to Major Insects, Diseases, Air Pollution and Chemical Injury
U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Region, Southern Forest Experiment Station, 1987 - Oak - 68 pages
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Adult beetles aphids attacks bark crevices Biology branch stubs brown butt rot canker Carbaryl carpenterworm caterpillar cause Chemical controls conks damage defoliation diameter Diazinon dieback Diseased trees Eggs hatch elm spanworm fall cankerworm Ferbam forest frass fruiting structures fungi Fungus Rot gallery galls healthy trees Hericium erinaceus high-value trees Hispidus canker host Hypoxylon Identifying the Fungus Identifying the Injury Identifying the Insect Importance inch 12 inch 25 infected trees Injury figure Insect figure Insecticides Irpex canker killed larva figure larvae larvae feed leafminer leaves lower surface mature Methoxychlor moth Natural controls Natural enemies oak borer oak leaf oak leafminer oak wilt oakworm overwinter pest produced pruning pupate red and white red oaks root rot rot fungi seedlings soil spanworm species spores spread spring summer tabescens tion top rot tree vigor trunk USDA usually veins weevils white oaks wood wounds yellow yellowish Yellownecked Young larvae