Monochamus Galloprovincialis

Affected trees
Mainly Pine

The Pine Sawyer Beetle is a coleopteran of 12-26mm in length. It is a secondary insect that lives and feeds on dead or weakened pine trees. It is found in specimens of the genus Pinus, and also in species of the genera AbiesPicea and Larix.

Number of annual generations
Normally a single generation, with adults appearing from June to August.

This insect is significant because it may be a vector of the pine nematode Bursaphelenchus Xylophilus, responsible for the wilting or the death of the pine.

Pheromone: Gallolab / Galloprotect Pack
Trap: WitaTrap Multi Funnel

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