Definition of Scolytus multistriatus
1. Noun. A vector of the fungus causing Dutch elm disease.
Group relationships: Genus Scolytus, Scolytus
Generic synonyms: Bark Beetle
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Literary usage of Scolytus multistriatus
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1. Forest Entomology by Alexander Thomson Gillanders (1908)
"Markings of scolytus multistriatus in bark of elm. strong limb of wild cherry, which was doing duty as a fencing-post in a farmer,s hedge, and I have since ..."
2. Select Extra-tropical Plants Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1884)
"In Britain it is attacked by scolytus multistriatus. Mr. W. Winter noticed thai the British Oak withstood an occasional shade temperature of 118 degrees F. ..."
3. Select Extra-tropical Plants, Readily Eligible for Industrial Culture Or by Ferdinand von Mueller (1888)
"In Britain the oak is sometimes attacked by scolytus multistriatus. Extract of oak-bark for tanners' use fetches about £18 per ton in the London market; ..."
4. The Elements of Forestry: Designed to Afford Information Concerning the by Franklin Benjamin Hough (1882)
"... of natural size and enlarged; and the Burrows, under the Bark, made by the scolytus multistriatus. 715. A remedy has been proposed by Dr. Eugene Robert, ..."
5. Catalogue of the Library of the Arnold Arboretum of Harvard University by Ethelyn Maria Tucker, Charles Sprague Sargent (1917)
"Curtis, JH Life of Campestris rim, the oldest inhabitant the .smaller elm bark-beetle, scolytus multistriatus Marsh, trees of Massachusetts. Boston. 1890. ..."
6. A Manual of Dangerous Insects Likely to be Introduced in the United States by United States Bureau of Entomology, William Dwight Pierce (1917)
"scolytus multistriatus Marsham; Europe (see text fig. 53). Scolytus scolytus Fabricius; Europe; attacks all parts of trunk and branches. ..."