This key is designed to serve as a guide to identification of the more typical adult inner-bark and wood-boring beetles attacking Oklahoma pine trees. The key consists of two parts, one for adult insects and one for galleries made by the insects.
Quantify relationships among fire frequency, habitat quality, and wildlife values in Cross Timbers forest including vegetation composition and structure, forage production and amount, and quality of litter and coarse woody debris.
The following maps are intended to provide a reference point for municipalities that may be affected by requirements in the MS4 general permit that apply to federally defined urbanized areas (UAs).--webpage; with roads
The term “borer” refers to the larval stage of some beetles and moths that feed inside the stems, branches, or trunks of plants, particularly woody plants. For example, roundheaded and flatheaded borers are the larvae of longhorned beetles and...