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  • Posted in: ESA Member Forum

    Lots of biological activities being affected by the gradual rise in average global temperatures, and certainly no doubt this includes sped-up development of bivoltine species.  The first male tree crickets (univoltine  Oecanthus fultoni) started chirping ...

  • Posted in: ESA Member Forum

    Not so much third brood, but rather, slightly advanced emergence from diapause in spring and southward movement of Cephus cinctus, wheat-stem sawfl, populations where it is impacting winter wheat even down to Kansas and western Nebraska ------------------------------ ...

  • Posted in: ESA Member Forum

    anyone else dealing with traditionally bivoltine species that are having third broods lately? I have had eclosions and pairings of Actias luna, Darapsa myron, and Paonias myops from 2nd brood pupae. The larvae were reared at ambient photoperiod, outside ...


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