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original articleIssue 21 (1) 2022 pp. 5-12

Artur Chrzanowski1 , Adam Pecio, Marta Molińska-Glura2

1 Katedra Entomologii i Fitopatologii Leśnej, Wydział Leśny i Technologii Drewna, Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu
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Katedra Ekonomiki i Techniki Leśnej Wydział Leśny i Technologii Drewna, Uniwersytet Przyrodniczy w Poznaniu

THE USE OF MEDIUM-SIZED PINE ROUND WOOD IN THE MONITORING OF THE SHARP-TOOTHED BARK BEETLE IPS ACUMINATUS GYLL.

Abstract

The paper compares the effectiveness of two types of traps intended for monitoring the number of the sharp toothed bark beetle Ips acuminatus (Gyll.). The traps were located in pine stands – Pinus sylvestris L., where mass occurrence of I. acuminatus were recorded and in zones outside gradation. Field observations were carried out in 2019 during the third peak of the bark beetle population. The experiment used 250 pieces of 1.5 m long fresh medium-sized pine round woods lying on sleepers and 250 pieces of 2 m medium-sized pine round woods dug vertically into the soil to a depth of 0.5 m. The number of new inlet opening of the bark beetle imagines into the pine shafts was counted within the set deadlines. In total, 1,255 inlet openings by sharp-toothed bark beetle were recorded. No significant differences were found between the traps placed in the gradation zone and outside it. It seems that despite the differences in the gradation zone and outside it, the settlement of traps was at a similar level. This may mean that the sharp-toothed bark beetle in the studied non-gradation zones is already so numerous that it will cause visible losses in the stands. No significant differences were found to make the lying traps more effective than the standing ones, but in the case of the analysis of the settlement of standing and lying traps in the gradation zone, standing traps were more likely to be inhabited. In order to confirm the obtained results, the test should be continued. It was observed that, in general, the sharp-toothed bark beetle chose sunlit traps more often and at warmer exhibitions. The beetles’ flying from trap rollers around mid-September may indicate the possibility of beetles hibernating outside the feeding grounds.

Keywords: sharp-toothed bark beetle, classic traps, secondary pests, pest monitoring, pine
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https://doi.org/10.17306/J.AFW.2022.1.1

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MLA , Artur Chrzanowski, et al. "ZASTOSOWANIE WAŁKÓW SOSNOWYCH DO OKREŚLANIA LICZEBNOŚCI KORNIKA OSTROZĘBNEGO IPS ACUMINATUS (GYLL.) W DRZEWOSTANACH [THE USE OF MEDIUM-SIZED PINE ROUND WOOD IN THE MONITORING OF THE SHARP-TOOTHED BARK BEETLE IPS ACUMINATUS GYLL.]." Acta Sci.Pol. Silv. 21.1 (2022): . https://doi.org/10.17306/J.AFW.2022.1.1
APA Notice: Undefined variable: autorzy in /www/public_html/forestry/edycja/edit.php on line 63 (2022). ZASTOSOWANIE WAŁKÓW SOSNOWYCH DO OKREŚLANIA LICZEBNOŚCI KORNIKA OSTROZĘBNEGO IPS ACUMINATUS (GYLL.) W DRZEWOSTANACH [THE USE OF MEDIUM-SIZED PINE ROUND WOOD IN THE MONITORING OF THE SHARP-TOOTHED BARK BEETLE IPS ACUMINATUS GYLL.]. Acta Sci.Pol. Silv. 21 (1), https://doi.org/10.17306/J.AFW.2022.1.1
ISO 690 , Artur Chrzanowski, PECIO, Adam, MOLIńSKA-GLURA, Marta. ZASTOSOWANIE WAŁKÓW SOSNOWYCH DO OKREŚLANIA LICZEBNOŚCI KORNIKA OSTROZĘBNEGO IPS ACUMINATUS (GYLL.) W DRZEWOSTANACH [THE USE OF MEDIUM-SIZED PINE ROUND WOOD IN THE MONITORING OF THE SHARP-TOOTHED BARK BEETLE IPS ACUMINATUS GYLL.]. Acta Sci.Pol. Silv., 2022, 21.1: . https://doi.org/10.17306/J.AFW.2022.1.1
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