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Biology of the European crane fly, Tipula paludosa Meigen, in western Washington (Tipulidae; Diptera)
David Michael Jackson
by College of Agriculture Research Center, Washington Stae University in Pullman
Written in English
Bibliography: p. 18-
|Statement||David Michael Jackson and R. Lee Campbell.|
|Series||Technical bulletin -- 81., Technical bulletin (Washington State University. College of Agriculture. Research Center) -- 81.|
|Contributions||Campbell, R. Lee|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 22,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||22|
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The subgenus Tipula (Tipula) is an Old World group with two introduced species in North America, the European Crane Fly, Tipula (T.) paludosa Meigen and T. (T.) oleracea Linnaeus, sometimes called.
Jackson DM; Campbell RL, Biology of the European cranefly, Tipula paludosa Meigen, in western Washington Tipulidae:Diptera. Washington State University Technical Bulletin, Keller S, On two Entomophthora infections of Tipula paludosa Mg.
Mitteilungen der Schweizerischen Entomologischen Gesellschaft, 50(3/4) Keller S. The common European crane fly, Tipula paludosa, and the marsh crane fly, T. oleracea, are agricultural pests in Europe. Crane fly larvae of economic importance live in the top layers of soil where they feed on the roots, root hairs, crown, and sometimes the leaves of crops, stunting their growth or killing the : Insecta.
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Detection and establishment of the European crane flies Tipula paludosa Meigen and Tipula oleracea L. (Diptera: Tipulidae) in New York: a review of their distribution, invasion history, and recognition.
Proceeding of the Entomological Society of Washington (4): Invasive Crane Fly Fact Sheet. The common European crane fly, Tipula paludosa, and the marsh crane fly, T.
oleracea, are agricultural pests in Europe. Crane fly larvae of economic importance live in the top layers of soil where they feed on the roots, root hairs, crown, and, sometimes the leaves of crops, stunting their growth or killing the plants. Figure 1a. European crane fly larvae (T.
paludosa). Figure 1b. Damage due to severe leatherjacket infestation in home lawns (T. paludosa). European crane fly (also known as leatherjackets) Tipula paludosa Meigen and Tipula oleracea L. Daniel C. Peck Department of Entomology, Cornell University, NYSAES, Geneva, NY Key words:File Size: KB.
species in North America, the European Crane Fly, Tipula (T.) paludosa. Meigen and. (T.) oleracea. Linnaeus, sometimes called the Common Crane Fly (Oosterbroek, ).
Tipula paludosa. is better known in North America, long established in the Pacific Cited by: 7. The European Crane Fly (Tipula paludosa) has been invading the Puget Sound region from the north. This pest has been quite active in British Columbia and northwest Washington for the past few years and each year is migrating further to the south.
The presence of the European Crane Fly has been especially noticeable in the Peninsula and to the. Detection and establishment of the european crane flies Tipula paludosa Meigen and Tipula oleracea L. (Diptera: Tipulidae) in New York: A review of their distribution, invasion history, biology, and recognition.
Okay so we usually call these guys “mosquito eaters”. It is actually a crane fly or scientific name: Tipula paludosa. They look like giant mosquitoes and this one found its way into my son’s workshop. He sat very still while I took a few photos and then with the magic of cropping, it really shows what he looks like.
This is from Wikipedia. Methods of investigating the bionomics of the common crane fly, Tipula paludosa Meigen, together with some results.
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The European Crane Fly is another imported insect that can cause problems. It was first identified in Canada in in Nova Scotia and found in B.C. in the mid s. Leatherjackets have been reported in our area. Relax, we are not talking about motor cycle gangs but the larvae of European Crane rjackets is.
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First and 2nd instar larvae were observed from late April to late October, indicating a reproductive period of about half a year. flavicans overwintered in the 4th instar larvae. In water column samples, total density of all instars was Cited by: The horn fly: Haematobia serrata (Bulletin / Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station) [Spencer, John] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The horn fly: Haematobia serrata (Bulletin / Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station). The green bottle fly Lucilia sericata (Meigen) (Diptera: Calliphoridae) is a cosmopolitan species of medical, veterinary, and forensic importance.
It can transmit pathogens (Nelder et al. ), clean non-healing wounds (Sherman et al. ), cause myiasis in humans (Merritt ) and other animals (Tillyard & Seddon ), and beCited by: 3. Biology of the European crane fly, Tipula paludosa Meigen, in western Washington (Tipulidae; Diptera) / (Pullman: College of Agriculture Research Center, Washington Stae University, ), by David Michael Jackson and R.
Lee Campbell (page images at HathiTrust; US access only). Population levels of Tipula paludosa Meigen (Marsh Crane Fly), an introduction from Europe, exploded on the south coast in the s; the root-eating larvae, called leatherjackets, damage lawns while the adults can be common in houses in September.Start studying TICA Speciation.
Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.MEN: Report of Tipula species from Anhui Province, China (Tipulidae) Anhui Province is located in Southeastern China, divided by the Yangtze River.
Many crane ﬂ ies including numerous Tipula species were reported from the south of Anhui Pro- vince. During sorting and identiﬁ cation of crane ﬂ y species recently collected from AnhuiFile Size: 1MB.