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Range expansion and adult flight activity of Agrilus subrobustus (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) in Tennessee.
By Hansen J., Moulton J.K., Klingeman W.E.
Florida Entomologist 93(3): 444-445., 2010
Cite: 1347721
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Hansen J., Moulton J.K., Klingeman W.E. (2010) Range expansion and adult flight activity of Agrilus subrobustus (Coleoptera: Buprestidae) in Tennessee. Florida Entomologist 93(3): 444-445.

SUMMARY

Agrilus subrobustus was taken on purple sticky traps in Blount Co., Tennessee, in 2009 extending the southeastern range of this exotic buprestid beetle from northern Georgia where it was first discovered.
Based on season-long trap catch data, preliminary adult flight activity from May to Aug is presented.