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Only two cambioxylophagous species (Ips amitinus and Pityogenes chalcographus) were found on sections of Picea pungens and Picea abies that belong to economically important pests of Norway spruce. Representatives of the Isarthron sp. (Cerambycidae) were developed on the examined sections of both P. ...

Kula, E.; Kajfosz, R.; Polívka, J.
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Prague, Czech Republic
Journal of Forest Science, 2013, 59, 12, pp 493-502