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Published by The Office, Available from National Technical Information Service in Washington, D.C, [Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aquatic plants -- Southern States.,
  • Aquatic plants -- California.,
  • Weeds -- Control -- Biological control -- Southern States.,
  • Weeds -- Control -- Biological control -- California.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Environmental Laboratory, U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station ; prepared for Office, Chief of Engineers, U.S. Army.
    SeriesInstruction report -- A-81-1., Instruction report (U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station) -- A-81-1.
    ContributionsEnvironmental Laboratory (U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station)., United States. Army. Corps of Engineers.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33 p. :
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15308803M

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    Brief history of alligatorweed biological control • USACE and USDA foreign surveys – • 40 insect species –5 damaging • 4 insects tested in host range – Argentina and Uruguay & quarantine in Albany, CA • 3 approved for release • Later, fungal pathogen discovered. Biological control of alligatorweed was begun in with surveys in South America for natural enemies. Research in South America by U.S. Department of Agriculture entomolo- gists resulted in the introductions of three species of insects into the United States for control of by:

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to search for alligatorweed-feeding insects that could be used to provide control in the United States. Several insects were identified but one in particular, the alligatorweed flea beetle (Agasicles hygrophila), was ultimately imported from Buenos Aires, Argentina and released into locations where alligatorweed was Size: 2MB.

Alligatorweed (Alternanthera philoxeroides), also spelled alligator weed, hails from South America but has been widely spread to the warmer regions of the United plant tends to grow in or near water but can also grow on dry land.

It is very adaptable and invasive. Getting rid of alligatorweed is the responsibility of any riparian or waterway manager. The alligatorweed flea beetle, Agasicles hygrophila Selman and Vogt, was the first insect ever studied for biological control of an aquatic weed.

The introduction of this insect into the United States was approved inbut it was not successfully established on the invasive alligatorweed until Pest Status of Weed.

Alligatorweed (Alternanthera philoxeroides [Mart.] Griseb.) is a South American immigrant that has invaded waterways in the United States, primarily in the southeastern also is a weed in tropical and mild temperate regions around the world.

Alligatorweed roots readily along waterways and then grows over the water surface as an. State, local and federal agencies interested in receiving flea beetles can contact the USACE to request these insects.

For further information on the alligatorweed flea beetle collection and shipments, contact Invasive Species Management Branch, USACE, P.O.

BoxJacksonville, Florida() or email: [email protected] To those who are looking for such a book, I would recommend getting this, to learn the basics about bugs, but I suggest you buy the Audubon insect guide to insects and spiders. Most entomologists in my college use this book for the first two months, but for the rest of the year (when I teach identification) I use the Audubon/5(25).

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A major book-feeding insect is the booklouse (or book louse). It is a. The Jacksonville District Invasive Species Management Branch utilizes Integrated Pest Management (IPM) to manage invasive species. IPM is the coordinated use of the most appropriate strategy to prevent or reduce unacceptable levels of invasive species and their damage by the most economical means, and with the least possible hazard to people.

The subject matter in this book should attract the reader's concern to support rational decisions regarding the use of pesticides. This book is compiled of 24 Chapters divided into 4 Sections. Section A focuses on toxicity of organic and inorganic insecticides, Section B is dedicated to vector control using insecticides, biological control of.

T oday, the use of insect biological control for the manage- ment of aquatic and wetland plants is typically a rather pas- sive procedure from the viewpoint of resource managers.

A full-scale search for insects on hydrilla in Southeast Asia, Africa, and Australia was initiated by the USDA under a cooperative agreement with WES.

An Instruction Report "The Use of Insects to Manage Alligatorweed" was produced by WES. The WES conducted a survey of alligatorweed in ten southern states.

•Peterson Field Guides: Insects •Photographic Atlas of Entomology and Guide To Insect Identification •How to Know the Immature Insects •Insects and Diseases of Woody Plants of the Central Rockies* •Pests of the West * Book title list hand-out. alligatorweed, pigweed. Plant pest Texas. alligatorweed.

Noxious plant U.S. Weed Information; Alternanthera. Alternanthera philoxeroides. alligator weed. This plant and the related entity italicized and indented above can be weedy or invasive according to the authoritative sources noted plant may be known by one or more common.

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The Book of Insects Teacher Sample, Student Book Sample, and Student Reader Sample This course includes a reader compiled of classic stories written by Arabella Buckley and Julia McNair Wright in the late s. It takes a charmingly narrative approach to the life of insects, and we have written a workbook to go along with it that takes your student through the identification of .Alternanthera philoxeroides, commonly referred to as alligator weed, is a native species to the temperate regions of South America, which includes Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay and Uruguay.

Argentina alone, hosts around 27 species that fall within the range of the genus Alternanthera. Its geographic range once used to cover only the Parana River region of South America, but it Family: Amaranthaceae.ornamental plants or turfgrass. Some insects are not easily seen.

Sometimes a magnifying glass or a microscope is needed. The type of damage caused can provide evidence of the culprit. Not all insects cause damage and many benefit your garden. You will find many of these insects in the beneficial insects section of this book. Key. Size of the.