Long-range migration of moths of agronomic importance to the United States and Canada : specific examples of occurrence and synoptic weather patterns conducive to migration : proceedings of a symposium presented at the combined annual meetings of the entomological societies of America and Canada, Toronto, Ontario, Canada, November 30, 1982
ARS (Series) (United States. Agricultural Research Service) ; 43.
Sparks, Alton N., 1932-
Entomological Society of America.
Entomological Society of Canada (1951- )
United States. Agricultural Research Service.
[Washington, D.C.] :U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service ;
Contents: Introduction / Alton N. Sparks -- Evidence of migration of the black cutworm adult into the U.S. corn belt / W.B. Showers [and others] -- Evidence of annual long-distance migration by the fall armyworm / S.D. Pair and A.N. Sparks -- Circumstantial ecological evidence for Heliothis virescens migration into the lower Rio Grande valley ... / J.R. Raulston and J.E. Houghtaling -- Early season occurrence of Heliothis spp. in 1982 / A.W. Hartsack [and others] -- Climatic opportunities for the long-range migration of moths / Robert A. Muller and Nancy L. Tucker -- Relationship between radar entomological measurements and atmospheric structure in South Texas ... / W.W. Wolf, J.K. Westbrook, and A.N. Sparks -- Economic implications of long-range insect migration / Alton N. Sparks.
NAL: aS21.R44 A7 no. 43
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