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Definition of the noun Agrilus (engyaulus)
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Agrilus (Engyaulus) is a subgenus of Agrilus.
- synonym: subgenus Agrilus (Engyaulus)
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Forest Entomology (2011)
by William Ciesla
Agrilus is a large genus of over 1000 described species. They occur throughout the world's forests and rangelands. Some bore in stems of woody or herbaceous plants, for example, red necked cane borer, A. ruficollis (Fabricius), bores in ...
by Canada. Experimental Farms Service
The Red-necked Agrilus is a rather uncommon enemy of tho raspberry in Canada, and, although it is more abundant on blackberries, it is not a regular enemy of the fruit grower, nor is it very injurious. Remedy. — The only remedy for this insect is to cut out all galled canes early in spring and burn them. No stem bearing a trail ripens a good crop of berries: so they are far better removed, even if less wood is left than is desired. Raspberry Root-borer (Bembecia margmata, Har.).
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