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PESTS AND DISEASES OF FORESTRY IN NEW ZEALAND


Blackbutt leafminer, Acrocercops laciniella

  • Report: The Pest Status of the Blackbutt Leafminer on Durable Eucalypts in Northland Dean Satchell, Eucalyptus Action Group, New Zealand Farm Forestry Association. December 2006. Introduction The Blackbutt Leafminer (Acrocercops laciniella) was first recorded in New Zealand during 1999 in Auckland. it is…
     
  • Acrocercops distribution, August 2001 - April 2006 Forest Health News 110, August 2001. New distribution record for New Zealand – Insect: Acrocercops laciniella; Bioregion: Hawke’s Bay; Comments: Known from a variety of eucalypt species. Forest Health News…
     
  • Introduced leafminer spreading in stands of Eucalyptus nitens From Forest Health News 116, March 2002. The black butt leafminer, Acrocercops laciniella, was first detected in New Zealand in Auckland early in 1999, and by February, 2001, had reached…
     
  • Blackbutt leafminer spreads From Forest Health News No. 104, February 2001. Yet another introduced eucalypt pest has been the cause of recent concern, the issue this time being a small moth known as…
     
  • Blackbutt leafminer not as severe as suspected From Forest Health News No. 93, February 2000. Monthly monitoring of Eucalyptus pilularis trees in Auckland has revealed that the blackbutt leafminer Acrocercops laciniella has successfully over-wintered (first report FHNews…
     
  • New Eucalypt insect found in Auckland From Forest Health News No. 83, March 1999. MAF Forest Health Adviser, Chris Scott, while undertaking a routine Port Environs survey on the Aviation Golf Course, Mangere, in January 1999…
     

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