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1.     Kai, I., M. Narahara, T. Kashio, and S. Hashimoto. 1990. Influence of Pesticides on Entomogenous Fungus, Beauveria Brongniartii, as a Pathogen of White Spotted Longicorn Beetle, Anoplophora Malasiaca. I. Influence of Several Fungicides. Proceedings of the Association for Plant Protection of Kyushu No. 36: 177-180.

2.         Kakulia, G. A., Z. G. Devdariani, and L. K. Maglakelidze. 1977. Nematodofauna of Bark Beetles (Ipidae) and Long Horned Beetles (Cerambycidae) in the Vicinity of Jinvali. Akadamiia Nauk Gruzinskoi 4: 119-126.

3.     Kangas, E., V. Perttunen, H. Oksanen, and M. Rinne. 1965. Orientation of Blastophogus Piniperda L. (Col., Scolytidae) to Its Breading Material. Attractant Effect of a-Terpineol Isolated from Pine Rind. Ann. Ent. Fenn. 31: 61-73.

4.     Kanzaki, N., and K. Futai. 2004. Cylindrocorpus Anoplophorae N. Sp. (Nematoda: Cylindrocorporidae) Isolated from the White-Spotted Longicorn Beetle, Anoplophora Malasiana(Coleoptera:Cerambycidae). Japaneses Journal Of Nematology 34: 11-19.

5.     Kareiva, P. 1994. Special Feature: Space: The Final Frontier for Ecological Theory Ecology 75: 1.

6.     Kashio, T. 1996. Microbial Control of the White Spotted Longicorn Beetle, Anoplophora Malasiaca, by the Entomogenous Fungus, Beauveria Brongniartii in Citrus Orchards in Japan, pp. 106-112. In G. Grey [ed.], Biological pest control in systems of integrated pest management. Proceedings of the International Symposium on "The use of Biological Control Agents under Integrated Pest Management".. Food and Fertilizer Technology Center for the Asian and Pacific Region, Taipei; Taiwan.

7.     Kashio, T., and T. Tsutsumi. 1990. Studies on Biological Control of the White Spotted Longicorn Beetle, Anoplophora Malasiaca, by an Entomogenous Fungus, Beauveria Brongniartii. Iii. Effect of Different Application Methods of B. Brongniartii on the Control of Adult Beetles. Proceedings of the Association for Plant Protection of Kyushu 36: 169-172.

8.     Kashio, T., and T. Ujiye. 1988. Evaluation of the Use of the Entomogenous Fungus, Beauveria Tenella, Isolated from the Yellow Spotted Longicorn Beetle, Psacothea Hilaris for the Biological Control of the White Spotted Longicorn Beetle Anoplophora Malasiaca. Proceedings of the Association for Plant Protection of Kyushu 190-193.

9.     Kato, K., H. Yamada, and E. i. Shibata. 2000. Role of Female Adult Size in Reproductive Fitness of Semanotus Japonicus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Applied Entomology and Zoology 35: 327-331.

10.  Katsumi, T., and S. Nanako. 2006. Spread of the Pinewood Nematode Vectored by the Japanese Pine Sawyer: Modeling and Analytical Approaches. Population Ecology 48: 271-283.

11.  Kaur, S., R. Dayal, V.K.Varshney, and J. P. Bartley. 2001. Sesquiterpenoids of the Essential Oil of Shorea Robusta Leaves. Indian Perfumer 45: 185-187.

12.  Kaur, S., V. K. Varshney, and R. Dayal. 2003. Gc-Ms Analysis of Essential Oil of Shorea Robusta Bast. Journal of Asian Natural Products Research 5: 231-234.

13.  Kawai, M., E. Shoda-Kagaya, T. Maehara, Z. Zhou, C. Lian, R. T. Iwata, A. Yamane, and T. Hogetsu. 2006. Genetic Structure of Pine Sawyer Monochamus Alternatus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) Populations in Northeast Asia: Consequences of the Spread of Pine Wilt Disease. Environ. Entomol. 35: 569-579.

14.     Kawai, M., E. Shoda-Kagaya, T. Maehara, Z. Zhou, C. Lian, R. T. Iwata, A. Yamane, and T. Hogetsu. 2006. Genetic Structure of Pine Sawyer Monochamus Alternates (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) Populations in Northeast Asia:Consequences of the Spread of Pine Wilt Disease. Environ. Entomol. 35: 569-579.

15.  Kawakami, F., and M. Mizobuchi. 2005. Methyl Bromide Reduction and Alternative Quarantine Control Technologies against Forest Insects Pest Infesting Import Timers in Japan Receiver: M. Smith,  Email of Receiver: Michael.Smith@ars.usda.gov.

16.  Kawakami, K., and T. Shimane. 1986. Microbial Control of the Yellow-Spotted Longicorn Beetle Psacothea-Hilaris Coleoptera Cerambycidae by an Entomogenous Fungus Beauveria-Tenella. Journal of Sericultural Science of Japan 55: 227-234.

17.  Kawamura, M. 1980. Studied on the Seasonal Prevalence of Eggs and Adults of the White-Spotted Longicorn Anoplophora Malasiaca Thomson. Bulletin of the Kochi Prefectural Institute of Agricultural and Forest Science 12: 35-45.

18.  Keena, M. A. 2002. Anoplophora Glabripennis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) Fecundity and Longevity under Laboratory Conditions: Comparison of Populations from New York and Illinois on Acer Saccharum. Environmental Entomology 31: 490-498.

19.  Keena, M. A. 2005. Pourable Artificial Diet for Rearing Anoplophora Glabripennis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) and Methods to Optimize Larval Survival and Synchronize Development. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 98: 536-547.

20.  Keena, M. A. 2006. Effects of Temperature on Anoplophora Glabripennis (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae) Adult Survival, Reproduction, and Egg Hatch. Environ. Entomol. 35: 912-921.

21.  Keena, M. A. 2006. Factors That Influence Asian Longhorned Beetle Pupation, pp. 125-126. In V. Mastro, D. Lance, R. Reardon and G. Parra (ed.), Cincinnatti, OH.

22.  Keena, M., and R. T. T. III. 2012. New Pheromone Traps Lure Asian Longhorned Beetles out of Hiding. Research Review 1-6.

23.  Kelley, M. B., S. W. Wingard, A. L. Szalanski, and F. M. Stephen. 2006. Molecular Diagnostics of Enaphalodes Rufulus (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Florida Entomologist 89: 251-256.

24.  Kenis, M., S. Girardoz, N. Avtzis, J. Freise, W. Heitland, G. Grabenweger, F. Lakatos, C. L. Vaamonde, A. Svatos, and R. Tomov. 2003. Finding the Area of Origin of the Horse Chestnut Leaf Miner: A Challenge, pp. 63-66. In N. Kamata, A. M. Liebhold, D. T. Quiring and K. M. Clancy (ed.), Proceedings Iufro Kanazawa 2003 Internatonal Symposium “Forest Insect Population Dynamics and Host Influences”, Kanazawa Citymonde Hotel, Kanazawa, Japan.

25.  Kethidi, D. R., D. B. Roden, T. R. Ladd, K. P. J., A. Retnakaran, and Q. L. Feng. 2003. Development of Scar Markers for the DNA-Based Detection of the Asian Long-Horned Beetle, Anoplophora Glabripennis (Motschulsky). Archives of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology 52: 193-204.

26.  Khan, M. F., and S. S. Qadri. 2006. Ecologically Safe Control of Apple and Apricot Tree Trunk Borer Aeolesthes Sorta Using the Insecticide Implantation Technique. International Pest Control 48: 86-87.

27.     Khan, M. F., I. Ahmad, and S. S. Qadri. 2005. Implantation of Fungicide and Insecticides Ad-Mixture for a Dual Control of Fungus and Tree Borers on Mango Tree. Journal of Experimental Zoology (India) 8: 413-416.

28.  Kikuchi, S., and M. Shibata. 2008. Development of Polymorphic Microsatellite Markers in Acer Mono Maxim. Molecular Ecology Resources 8: 339–341.

29.     Kim, C.-W., I. B. Yoon, and J. I. Kim. 1974. Distribution Atlas of the Insects of Korea (I) Cerambycidae. Haksurwŏn nonmunjip. Inmun, sahoe kwahak p'yŏn 13: 161-199.

30.     Kim, J. L., Kwon, Y.J., Paik, J.C., Lee, S.M., An, S.L.,Park, H.C., and Chu, H.R. 1994. Coleoptera. , pp. 117-214. In T. E. S. o. K. a. K. S. o. A. Entomology (ed.), Check List of Insects from Korea. . Kon-Kul University Press., Seoul. .

31.  Kim, J., M. Kim, J. Han, C. Yoon, K. Choi, S. Shin, and G. Kim. 2006. Possible Presence of Pheromone in Mating Behavior of the Pine Sawyer Monochamus Saltuarius Gebler(Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology 9: 347-352.

32.  Kim, M., J. Kim, J. Han, Y. Kim, C. Yoon, and G. Kim. 2006. Mating Behavior of Pine Sawyer, Monochamus Saltuarius Gebler(Coleoptera : Cerambycidae). Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology 9: 275-280.

33.  Kobayashi, S., N. Onomoto, M. Negoro, H. Okada, M. Nakai, M. Ueda, T. Taniguchi, Y. Yamaguchi, C. Maeda, M. Shibao, and H. Tanaka. 1999. Control of White-Spotted Longicorn Beetle, Anoplophora Malasiaca (Thomson) on Citrus by Beauveria Brongniartii. Proceedings of the Kansai Plant Protection Society 65-66.

34.     Kobayashi, T. 1957. The Control of Laying Eggs of the White-Spotted Longicorn on Citrus, by the New White Wash Method. Nihon Ōyō Dōbutsu Konchū Gakkai shi 1: 244-253.

35.  Koch, F. H., and W. D. Smith. 2008. Spatio-Temporal Analysis of Xyleborus Glabratus (Coleoptera: Circulionidae: Scolytinae) Invasion in Eastern U.S. Forests. Environ. Entomol. 37: 442-452.

36.  Komazaki, S., and Y. Sakagami. 1989. Capture-Recapture Study on the Adult Population of the White Spotted Longicorn Beetle, Anoplophora Malasiaca(Thomson) (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae), in a Citrus Orchard. Appl. Ent. Zool. 24: 78-84.

37.  Kong, X., Z. Zhang, H. Wang, J. Yang, and Y. Hu. 2005. Analysis of Platycladus Orientalis Volatiles and Their Electroantennograrn Responses with Semanotus Bifasciatus. Forest Research 8: 260-266.

38.  Koskela, J. 2004. Ten Years of International Collaboration on Forest Genetic Resources in Europe. Forest Genetic Resources 31: 66-69.

39.  Kozima, K., and K. Katagiri. 1964. On the Larval Instar and Changes of Its Composition of Monochamus Alternalus Hope. J. Jpn. For. Soc. 46: 1964.

40.  Krajewski, A., T. Narojek, and P. Witomski. 2005. The Detection of Old House Borer Larvae in Wood by Means of X-Ray Computed Tomography. Annals of Warsaw Agricultural University, Forestry and Wood Technology 56: 363-368.

41.  Kraus, F., and D. C. Duffy. 2010. A Successful Model from Hawaii for Rapid Response to Invasive Species. Journal for Nature Conservation 18: 135–141.

42.  Krehan, H. 2003. Anoplophora Glabripennis in Austria -- New Facts from the Infested Area in Braunau/Inn. Forstschutz Aktuell 29: 8-9.

43.     Kuhlmann, U., and P. G. Mason. 2003. Use of Field Host Range Surveys for Selecting Candidate Non-Target Species for Physiological Host Specificity Testing of Entomophagous Biological Control Agents, pp. 370-377. In (ed.), Proceedings of the International; Symposium on Biological control of Arthropods, Honolulu, Hawaii.

44.     Kuhlmann, U., U. Schaffner, and P. G. Mason. 2005. Selection of Non-Target Species for Host Specificity Testing of Entomophagous Biological Control Agents, pp. 566-619. In M. S. Hoddle (ed.), Second International Symposium on Biological Control of Arthropods, Davos, Switzerland.

45.  Kuhne, H. 1974. Zur Biologie Und Okologie Von Scleroderma Domesticum Lat Reille (Bethylidae, Hymenoptera), Einem Parasiten Holzzer Storender Insektenlarven. Zeitschrift für angewandte Entomologie 76: 278-303.

46.  Kulinich, O. A. 2001. Asian Long-Horned Beetle. Zashchita i Karantin Rastenii 9: 30-31.

47.  Kulkarni, N., T. Sadhana, and K. C. Joshi. 2004. Kairomonal Activity of Compounds Isolated from Bark of Sal ( Shorea Robusta Gaert. F.) for Attracting the Sal Heartwood Borer, Hoplocerambyx Spinicornis Newman (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae). Indian Journal of Forestry 27: 321-325.

48.  Kusigemati, K., and S. Hashimoto. 1993. Description of a New Braconid (Hymenoptera) Parasitic on the Cerambycid Beetle Anoplophora Malasiaca (Thomson) (Coleoptera) in Japan. Japanese Journal of Entomology 61: 187-190.

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