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Monitoring Reports about Nine High Risk Insect Pests of South Korea in 2019 (2019년 한국의 고위험 해충 9종에 대한 예찰조사 보고)

  • Lee, Jieun;Lee, Hyobin;Kim, Sora;Kim, Hyojoong;Lee, Seunghwan;Hong, Ki-Jeong;Jung, Chuleui;Kim, Dong-soon;Park, Jong-Seok;Lee, Wonhoon
    • Korean journal of applied entomology
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    • v.59 no.3
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    • pp.203-207
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    • 2020
  • Monitoring about nine high risk insect pests, Aceria diospyri, Bactrocera dorsalis, Bactrocera minax, Bactrocera tsuneonis, Cydia pomonella, Lobesia botrana, Proeulia sp., Solenopsis invicta and Stephanitis takeyai, were carried out in seven regions from April to October in 2019. A total of 12,285 traps/visual scouting were investigated in 288 points of 87 local sites of seven regions, resulting the nine species, A. diospyri, B. dorsalis, B. minax, B. tsuneonis, C. pomonella, L. botrana, Proeulia sp., S. invicta, and S. takeyai, were not detected. This study have been carried out from 2018, and we established the nationwide monitoring system and secured a bridgehead for monitoring invasive insect pests passing the border.

Monitoring Reports about Nine High Risk Insect Pests in 2018 (2018년 고위험해충 9종에 대한 예찰조사 보고)

  • Lee, Jieun;Lee, Hyobin;Ki, Woong;Kim, Dong-Soon;Kim, Subin;Kim, Hyojoong;Park, Jong-Seok;Oh, Jaeseok;Yu, Yeonghyeok;Lee, Seunghwan;Lee, Jaeha;Jung, Chuleui;Cho, Geonho;Hong, Ki-Jeong;Lee, Wonhoon
    • Korean journal of applied entomology
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    • v.58 no.3
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    • pp.183-187
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    • 2019
  • To establish the cooperative monitoring network which can investigate introductions or outbreaks of high risk insect pests into Korea, seven universities, Gyeongsang National University, Kunsan National University, Seoul National University, Sunchon National University, Andong National University, Jeju National University, and Chungbuk National University, carried out seven regions' monitoring about nine high risk insect pests, Aceria diospyri, Bactrocera dorsalis, Bactrocera minax, Bactrocera tsuneonis, Cydia pomonella, Lobesia botrana, Proeulia sp., Solenopsis invicta, Stephanitis takeyai, from June to October in 2018. A total of 7,560 traps/visual scouting were investigated in 315 points of 105 local sites of seven regions, resulting the nine species, A. diospyri, B. dorsalis, B. minax, B. tsuneonis, C. pomonella, L. botrana, Proeulia sp., S. invicta, and S. takeyai, were not detected. From this study, we established the nationwide monitoring system which can early detect high risk insect pests and secured a bridgehead for monitoring invasive insect pests passing the border.