Anti-quality effects of insects feeding on rangeland plants: A review
AuthorCampbell, J. B.
big eyed bugs
MetadataShow full item record
CitationCampbell, J. B. (2001). Anti-quality effects of insects feeding on rangeland plants: A review. Journal of Range Management, 54(4), 462-465.
PublisherSociety for Range Management
JournalJournal of Range Management
AbstractThe anti-quality effects of the major groups of insects that utilize rangeland plants for food is discussed. The biology, ecology, geographical distribution and economic thresholds of grasshoppers, crickets, Western harvester ants, ranch caterpillars, big-eyed or black grass bugs, and white grubs are reviewed. Also discussed are practical pest management strategies if they exist. Most of these rely on the integration of good range management practices and the control strategy.