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Guide to insect borers in North American broadleaf trees and shrubs
By Solomon, J.D
USDA Forest Service Agriculture Handbook. 735 pp., 1995
Cite: 240034 with citation markup [cite:240034]
Detailed information on wood boring moths, beetles, flies (Agromyzidae), sawflies and horntails.

"This book is an illustrated* guide to 300 species of insect borers that attack hardwood trees, shrubs, and other woody angiosperms in North America. The major purposes of this guide are to identify insect borers and their damage to provide information for controlling them."

*All illustrations are in B&W.

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Individual species treatments in Forest Pests taken from this publication.

Solomon, J.D. 1995. Guide to insect borers in North American broadleaf trees and shrubs. USDA Forest Service Agriculture Handbook AH-706. 735 pp.