Turkish Journal of Zoology
Wood destroying insects were investigated in forest depots, imported timbers, and wood products in use in Düzce province. In the collection of insect material trap logs, storage decks, and samples of wooden materials were used. In total, 63 insect species belonging to 31 families of 4 orders were found, and 34 of the identified species were categorized as pest species. In forest depots, the most common insects were bark beetles and longhorned beetles. Several wood-destroying insects were found in imported timbers, such as Platypus cylindrus (Fabricius), Xyleborus sp., and Lymexylon navale (Linnaeus). In addition, the Coleopteran species Lyctus brunneus (Stephens), Hylotrupes bajulus (Linnaeus), Anobium punctatum (De Geer), and Xestobium rufovillosum (De Geer), which are economically very important, were found in wood products.
Düzce, timber, insect, pest, exotic species, forest depot
AKBULUT, SÜLEYMAN; KETEN, AKİF; and YÜKSEL, BEŞİR (2008) "Wood Destroying Insects in Düzce Province," Turkish Journal of Zoology: Vol. 32: No. 3, Article 14. Available at: https://journals.tubitak.gov.tr/zoology/vol32/iss3/14