The apple-tree tent-caterpillar by Wilton Everett Britton

Cover of: The apple-tree tent-caterpillar | Wilton Everett Britton

Published by Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station in [New Haven] .

Written in English

Read online

Edition Notes

Book details

Other titlesApple tree tent caterpillar.
Statement[by W.E. Britton]
SeriesBulletin / Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station -- no. 139, Bulletin (Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 139.
The Physical Object
Pagination12 p., [3] leaves of plates :
Number of Pages12
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24638719M
OCLC/WorldCa18455576

Download The apple-tree tent-caterpillar

The apple-tree tent caterpillar. (Malacasoma americana Fab.) Item Preview The apple-tree tent caterpillar. (Malacasoma americana Fab.) by Quaintance, A. This book is available with additional data at Biodiversity Heritage Library. See also WorldCat (this item) Pages: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Quaintance, A.

(Altus Lacy), Apple-tree tent caterpillar. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Apple-Tree Tent Caterpillar: Malacasoma Americana Fab. () at ce: $ The apple-tree tent caterpillar (Malacasoma americana Fab.) Physical Description: Book Creator: Quaintance, A.

L (Altus Lacy), Publisher: Gov't. Print. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Apple-Tree Tent Caterpillar: Malacasoma Americana Fab. () at nd: Altus Lacy Quaintance. The apple-tree tent-caterpillar, Malacosoma (Clisiocampa) americana Fabr. / By.

Britton, Wilton Everett, Search Inside This Book: Results For: Click/Shift+Click pages to select for download. zoom out Zoom zoom in. Cancel Generate Review No Pages Added. Close Dialog Generate My PDF.

The apple-tree tent-caterpillar, Malacosoma (Clisiocampa) americana Fabr. The apple-tree tent-caterpillar, Malacosoma (Clisiocampa) americana Fabr. by Britton, Wilton Everett, Publication date Topics Eastern tent caterpillar, Eastern tent Pages: Forest caterpillar (Malacosoma disstria) Western tent caterpillar (Malacosoma fragilis).

Pest description and crop damage The western tent caterpillar and the forest caterpillar are the main tent caterpillar pests in the PNW. These insects attack a wide variety of plants-including alder, ash, birch, cottonwood, and willow-as well as fruit trees and The apple-tree tent-caterpillar book.

THE APPLE-TREE TENT CATERPILLAR. able territory. Scattered nests are to be. foun~ usually during any spring, although in some seasons these are little in evidence.

The favorite food of the tent caterpillar is the wild cherry, and this is probably its native food plant. Next to the wild cherry the apple is apparently preferred. In spring, dense tent-like webs appear in branch crotches of apple, cherry or other host trees. Inside the webs, dark-colored caterpillars group together in tight masses and venture out to feed on leaves in warm weather.

Webs that are seen in hardwood trees in late summer and fall are made by a different pest, called fall webworms. Title. The apple-tree tent caterpillar. (Malacasoma americana Fab.) / Related Titles. Series: Circular (United States. Bureau of Entomology) ; no By. Genre/Form: book: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Quaintance, A.

(Altus Lacy), Apple-tree tent caterpillar. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. Title. The apple-tree tent-caterpillar / Related Titles. Series: Bulletin (Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station) ; By. Britton, Wilton Everett, Type. Book Material.

The apple-tree tent-caterpillar, Malacosoma (Clisiocampa) americana Fabr. / Title Variants: Alternative: Apple -tree tent-caterpillar Related Titles. Series: Bulletin (Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station) ; By.

Britton, Wilton Everett, Type. Book. The apple tree produces green eating apples (don't know what variety). There are three other apple trees of a different variety and a pear tree which haven't been infested. Each nest seems to contain between caterpillars.

The apple-tree tent caterpillar. (Malacasoma americana Fab.) By. Quaintance, A. (Altus Lacy), United by: 1. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Apple-Tree Tent-Caterpillar (Classic Reprint) at nd: Wilton Everett Britton. Vibrant counting book doubles as a field guide.

Read Common Sense Media's Ten Little Caterpillars review, age rating, and parents guide. The 10th caterpillar makes his way into a fruit-laden apple tree, waits through the winter in his chrysalis, and emerges among the spring flowers as a tiger swallowtail.5/5.

Tree Pictures BLog. World of Many Types of Trees. Menu and widgets. The Apple Tree Tent Caterpillar. Clisiocampa Americana (Harr.) Large, white, silken web-like tents, Fig.

15, are noticed by the roadsides, in the early summer, on wild cherry trees, and also on fruit trees in orchards, containing numerous caterpillars of a blackish color, with fine gray hairs scattered over the body.

The most common caterpillars that affect the leaves of your fruit trees are forest tent caterpillars, eastern tent caterpillars, webworm or gypsy moths. The tent and webworm caterpillars form tent-like homes which the larvae (caterpillars) crawl into in the evening and lay their eggs.

Gypsy moths lay eggs in white. Wild Apples is one book that I have not had a chance to read until this point in life. It is quite different and gives the reader an insight into the history and variations of the apple. This book reflects more of Thoreau's insights into one of nature's products.

Like the apple, this book is an acquired taste/5. Eastern tent caterpillars live in, well, the east, and they’re the larvae of something imaginatively named – get ready for it – the eastern tent caterpillar moth.

They prefer fruit trees such as cherry, apple, and crabapple, although they’ll show up in other trees as well. Introduction How Insects are injurious to trees A. Leaf-eating Insects 1. The Apple-tree Tent-caterpillar 2. The Forest Tent-caterpillar 3. The Tussock Moth 4. The Mourning Cloak Butterfly 5.

The Elm Leaf-beetle 6. The Elm Leaf Miner B. Boring Insects 7. The Bronze Birch Borer 8. The Flat-headed Hemlock Borer. The Elm Borer. The Locust Author: M. Blackman. Tent Caterpillar Removal & Tent Caterpillar Home Remedy. When tent caterpillar removal is necessary, the nests or egg cases can usually be picked out by hand.

Egg cases can be seen easily once leaves drop from trees in fall. Larger nests can be removed by winding them around a stick or pruned out and destroyed. The forest tent caterpillar pupates in a yellow cocoon that is spun in folded leaves that are attached to the tree.

The adult is a tan moth, about /2 inches long with two dark brown stripes on each of the front wings. There is one generation per year. Trees attacked by this insect include sweetgum, oak, birch, ash, maple, elm and basswood.

quadrupeds, welcomed the apple-tree to these shores. The tent-caterpillar saddled her eggs on the very first twig that was formed, and it has since shared her affections with the wild cherry; and the canker-worm also in a measure abandoned the elm to feed on it.

As it grew apace, the bluebird, robin, cherry-bird, king-bird, and many. Eastern tent caterpillars, Malacosoma americanum, build unsightly silk tents in cherry, apple, and other landscape trees during early caterpillars feed on leaves of these host trees and may cause significant defoliation if present in large numbers.

Tent Caterpillars. All three types of tent caterpillars—Eastern (Malacosoma americanum), Western (Malacosoma californicum) and forest (Malacosoma disstria)—can defoliate apple trees.

TENT CATERPILLAR BIOLOGY ^ TENT CATERPILLAR FORAGING. Tent caterpillars are 2 to inches long. They are generally dark – mostly black – with a few long, bright colored stripes which run down their back. Blue dots are commonly prevalent, along with other colors on their body.

These lines may be brown or yellow. How to easily kill and get rid of tent caterpillars in your trees naturally with 1 easy ingredient.

This method saves so much time and troubble. The Western Tent Caterpillar is yellowish-brown with a row of blue and orange spots along their back. They feed on cherry, apple, plum, willow, birch, poplar and oak trees. The Apple Tree & The Honey Bee - Bari Koral their bodies to discover how a li le seed becomes an apple tree.

I was a little seed, in the ground waiting. I had a dream that I could be, one day an apple tree. This Internet-based Index to USDA Farmers' Bulletins contains an alphabetical title listing, a numerical listing, and subject and author indices, with links back to the title listing.

The National Agricultural Library (NAL) call number of each USDA Farmers' Bulletin is. The apple tree borer is another very formidable pest, often destroying a young tree before its presence is known.

I once found a young tree in a distant part of my place that I could push over with my finger. In June a brown and white striped beetle deposits its eggs in the bark of the apple-tree near the ground.

The larvae when hatched bore their way into the wood, and will soon. Western tent caterpillars basking in sunlight on the trunk of an apple tree. Vashon Island, Washington, Photo: Karen Ripley/DNR.

Yes, your deciduous trees might have campers. It’s simply the pesky western tent caterpillar (Malacosoma californicum) ganging up and consuming the leaves. Their favorite trees are alder, willow, cottonwood. This species, commonly known as the forest tent caterpillar, closely resembles the apple tree tent caterpillar, but does not construct a visible feeds on various species of forest trees, such as oak, ash, walnut, hickory, etc., besides being very injurious to apple and other fruit trees.

The Online Books Page. Online Books by. Quaintance (Quaintance, A. (Altus Lacy), ) Books from the extended shelves: Quaintance, A. (Altus Lacy), Aleyrodidae, or white flies attacking the orange, with descriptions of three new species of economic importance., also by Arthur Challen Baker (page images at HathiTrust).

For tent caterpillar infestations, gardeners may make high-pressure applications of B.t. (Bacillus thuringiensis). References (5) Ohio State University Extension: Growing.

The following description of the tent caterpillar life cycle is based on that of the eastern tent caterpillar, the best-known species. The details of the life histories of other species vary to a small extent.

Tent caterpillars hatch from their eggs in the early spring at the time the leaves of their host trees are just : Insecta. the apple tree table Download the apple tree table or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

Click Download or Read Online button to get the apple tree table book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want.

The three most common types of tent caterpillars in Canada are the Eastern tent, the Western tent, and the Forest tent caterpillar. Forest tent caterpillars feed on deciduous trees (trees that lose their leaves seasonally) in many parts of Canada. Outbreaks last two or more years and usually happen at intervals of ten years or more.

Tent caterpillars are seen here on a crab apple tree in Kellogg Mall Regional Park in St. Paul, Minnesota. The threat of a massive tent caterpillar hatch has been building since the Author: John Enger.

The fall webworm (Hyphantria cunea) is known to feed late in the season on nearly different species of trees in North caterpillars construct massive silk webs and prefer persimmon, sourwood, pecan, fruit trees, and willows. The webs are unsightly in the landscape and generally more numerous when the weather has been warm and wet for .

25529 views Saturday, November 7, 2020