Journal of Northeast Agriultural University(English Edition)

2016, v.23;No.62(01) 9-15

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Studies on Occurrence Ecological Factors and Management Strategies of Ambrostoma quadriimpressum in Harbin City
Studies on Occurrence Ecological Factors and Management Strategies of Ambrostoma quadriimpressum in Harbin City

Ma Xiao-chi;Wei Wei;Ye Le-fu;Zhao Jia-nan;Zhao Kui-jun;Wang Zi-jian;Liu Xiao-jie;Fu Xue;

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This paper investigated effects of four ecological variables on the damage levels of elm leaf beetle(different effects of minimum and maximum values, relations between each two variables were also explored) and discussed current management measures. The results showed that among these factors, interval between elm trees significantly affected damage level by this leaf beetle species, and perimeter of elm trunk could change this effect. On the other side, while middle values for each index were deleted, effects comparison between minimum and maximum parts showed that good root soil as overwintering was related with more damage; more severe damages on elm tree would result in more control measures used; on elm tree with bigger trunk, more damages were observed; and if other elm tree was closer, more damages would occur. Secondly, good root soil was related with more measures used; good root soil was correlated with smaller perimeter; good root soil was associated with bigger interval. Thirdly, more measures were correlated with bigger perimeter; more measures were also correlated with good root soil. Fourthly, bigger perimeter was correlated with worse root soil. Current dominant control measures included chemical pesticide application preventing adult insects from descending or climbing up along trunk before and after overwintering. These results suggested that we should focus on elm leaf beetle management on all the elm trees instead of only on bigger elm trees at proper period simultaneously because occurrence on these elm trees were related intensively although this adult elm leaf beetle species could not fly and had limited movement ability.

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基金项目(Foundation): Supported by SIPT of Northeast Agricultural University(201410224069);; the National Natural Science Foundation of China(31100304);; "Academic Backbone" Project of Northeast Agricultural University(15XG01)

作者(Author): Ma Xiao-chi;Wei Wei;Ye Le-fu;Zhao Jia-nan;Zhao Kui-jun;Wang Zi-jian;Liu Xiao-jie;Fu Xue;

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