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AbstractPine bark beetles in Arizona are generally of the genus Ips or Dendroctonus. Fading foliage in the tree is often the first sign of a beetle attack. Prevention is best practiced since control is not possible once the beetles have successfully colonized the tree. Colonization is dependent upon trees being in a vulnerable condition caused by stress from various agents and site conditions.
Series/Report no.University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Service and Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin AZ1300-2015
DescriptionRevised; Originally Published 2002
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