2 edition of impact of Orthene, a spruce budworm insecticide on aquatic macroinvertebrates in Maine, 1977 found in the catalog.
impact of Orthene, a spruce budworm insecticide on aquatic macroinvertebrates in Maine, 1977
Charles F. Rabeni
by Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Area, State and Private Forestry in Broomall, Pa
Written in English
|Statement||Charles F. Rabeni and K. Elizabeth Gibbs.|
|Series||NA-FR ; 7, Forest insect and disease management, evaluation report, General technical report NE|
|Contributions||Gibbs, K. Elizabeth., United States. Forest Service. Northeastern Area, State and Private Forestry.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||26 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||26|
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Get this from a library. The impact of Orthene: a spruce budworm insecticide on aquatic macroinvertebrates in Maine, [Charles F Rabeni; K Elizabeth. University of Southern Maine USM Digital Commons Maine Collection Spruce Budworm in Maine, Infestations and Control David WeedCited by: 3.
The impact of diffuse (non-point) pesticide pollution on aquatic macroinvertebrates has been studied frequently (e.g., Kuzmanović et al., ;Liess et al., Common Larval Stages of Aquatic Macroinvertebrates Damsel fly Dragonfly Stonefly Mayfly Blackfly Caddisfly Dobsonfly Leech Snails Maine DEP Biological Monitoring Unit: [email protected] Handout by: Sarah Schachter Photos courtesy of North American Benthological Society DEP-LW Check in your local stream to see if you can find any of these.
Adult spruce budworms (moths) are highlighted in yellow from trap catches collected in October This month professional foresters around the state are working with USFS and CFRU research scientists to retrieve spruce budworm traps that were hung in designated areas in the north Maine woods over the summer.
In forest areas receiving aerial application of pesticides, small bodies of water, which are often difficult to see from low-flying spray planes, are at risk of receiving high concentrations of contaminants.
To determine the sensitivity of bog pond invertebrate communities, formulated fenitrothion was applied at ground level with a mist blower to four acidic bog ponds near Lake George, New Cited by: Comparative toxicity of technical Orthene and Orthene 75S to western spruce budworm and Douglas-fir tussock moth, Article (PDF Available) January with 16 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
Decem am. Bob Wagner, a University of Maine forestry professor, describes Maine’s upcoming spruce budworm infestation as a slow-moving hurricane.
Unit IV Insects A major portion of the information for this unit was obtained from “The guide to the Common Aquatic Invertebrates of the Loxahatchee Basin” by Carlos L. de la Rosa, Ph.D. and Carlos A. de la Rosa On the cutting edge Scientists at Brooker. To identify some aquatic macroinvertebrates to species can be as simple as comparing pictures in a guidebook similar to "birding".
If the specimen looks like the "Giant Water Bug" and is over 7 cm long and it was collected in Saskatchewan then you can be reasonably sure it is Lethocerus americanus as they are so distinctive in shape and size. Mayflies and other aquatic insects may not be the first group of organisms people think of when reflecting on Maine’s wildlife.
However, biologists and sportsmen know that a healthy brook trout stream is first and foremost one that hosts robust populations of mayflies, stoneflies, caddisflies, and other aquatic insects.
Freshwater aquatic insects inhabit river and stream beds, lakes and reservoirs and are associated with various types of substrates such as mineral sediments, detritus, macrophytes and filamentous algae. 1 They are essential elements in lentic and lotic trophic webs, participating in the energy flow and nutrient cycling.
2 They are also. The Ecology of Aquatic Insects Revised Edition by Vincent Resh (Author), David Rosenberg (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Cited by: A technical review of the effects of rapid pH changes on benthic macroinvertebrates revealed evidence indicating that macroinvertebrates rapidly exposed to pH changes of one unit or more, when pH is maintained within the to range, would not experience mortality, or other Robertson-Bryan, Inc.
pH Requirements of Freshwater Aquatic Life. The Northern Rocky Mountain region has had scattered infestation of the western spruce budworm Christoneura occidentalis since the early 's (U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (USDA) b). On the basis of aerial surveys inTUNNOCK et al.
(), estimated that budworm defoliation occurred on 2, acres of six National Forests in by: At the investigated sites, 65 families of aquatic macroinvertebrates were identified, with a mean of 23 families per site.
The SPEAR pesticides values ranged from to and corresponded to the range of water quality classes from bad (Cited by: DYNAMICS OF THE SPRUCE BUDWORM POPULATION UNDER THE ACTION OF PREDATION AND INSECTICIDES BUM Keywords: not provided.
Patricia Arriola Irene Mijares-Bernal Juan A. Ortiz-Navarro and Roberto A. Saenz August Abstract: In this paper we study the dynamics of the spruce budworm system under either bird predation pressure, insecticide.
The study area was sprayed with Sevinoil for spruce budworm suppression inbut was not sprayed in or Budworm population estimates were larvae- pupae/m 2 of balsam-fir foliage inand larvae-pupae/m 2 of foliage in The world's most widely used insecticide is devastating dragonflies, snails and other water-based species, a groundbreaking Dutch study has revealed.
Tomah Mayfly Assessment Climatic differences between sites at Tomah Stream and the Dead River (> km apart) in Maine result in an approximate day later emergence chronology for the Dead River population (Gibbs et al.
Emergence and adult activity also occurred during late May and early June at the Sacandaga River, NY (Edmunds et al. insecticide levels resulting from nonpoint-sources. Albanis,T.A.,s,sOrganophospho-rus and carbamates pesticide residues in the aquatic system of • Most of the insecticide records were made in run-Ioannina Basin and Kalamas River (Greece).
Chemosphere PrintPest Management Fact Sheet # James F. Dill, Pest Management Specialist Clay A. Kirby, Insect Diagnostician For information about UMaine Extension programs and resources, visit Find more of our publications and books at Description & Biology Cutworms are categorized as surface, climbing, army or subterranean.
Toxicity of five forest insecticides to cutthroat trout and two species of aquatic invertebrates U.S.D.A.: Cooperative pilot project control project of Dylox, Matacil, and Sumithion for spruce budworm control in Maine.
U.S. Forest Service, Upper Darby, Pennsylvania: (). U.S.D.A.: Pilot project to evaluate Dylox and Orthene for Cited by: