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  • Lunar phobia in the greater fishing bat Noctilio leporinus Abstract: The nightly activity patterns of Noctilio leporinus, a piscivorous neotropical bat, were documented by. — “Lunar phobia in the greater fishing bat Noctilio leporinus”, ots.ac.cr
  • It's quite inaudible when it sings. It zigzags through the evening And never lands on ladies' hair, A fact of which men spend their lives. Attempting to. — “welcome to noctilio”,
  • Detections of Sirex noctilio in the Conterminous United States outside of port areas have raised concerns as this insect has the potential to cause significant mortality of pines. Sirex noctilio Sample Areas were developed using the Susceptibility Surface. — “FHTET Products - Sirex Woodwasp Risk Maps”, fs.fed.us
  • Noctilio albiventris. Desmarest, 1818. The Lesser Bulldog Bat (Noctilio albiventris) is a bat, an insectivorous flying mammal, of the Western Hemisphere (Nearctic), ranging through Central America and northern South America. These bats are brown in color with the males being more of a red hue. — “Lesser Bulldog Bat - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • A species profile for Sirex Woodwasp from USDA's National Invasive Species Information Center. Scientific name: Sirex noctilio F. Common names: Sirex woodwasp, European woodwasp,. — “Invasive Species: Animals - Sirex Woodwasp (Sirex noctilio)”, invasivespeciesinfo.gov
  • Adult wasps have four clear yellow membranous wings. Both ***es also have a stout, cylindrical body measuring 9 to 36 mm and a pointed abdomen. Sirex noctilio (Fabricius) - Sirex woodwasp. — “Canadian Food Inspection Agency - Pest Information - Sirex”, inspection.gc.ca
  • I used ectoparasite assemblages from Noctilio leporinus collected from Paraguay to evaluate effects Streblid bat fly assemblages from Noctilio leporinus were strongly and significantly. — “Streblid bat fly assemblage structure on Paraguayan Noctilio”, hydrodictyon.eeb.uconn.edu
  • Noctilio leporinus belongs to the class Mammalia, the order Chiroptera, and the family Noctilionidae. The head and body length of Noctilio leporinus ranges from 98-132 mm (Nowak, 1999) with the male and female bats having an average head and body. — “Noctilio leporinus”, life.umd.edu
  • You can help us by expanding the 'Sirex noctilio' article. Georgia. Sirex noctilio (Lesser Horntail Wasp) is a species of woodwasp. Contents. 1 Hosts. — “Sirex noctilio - Bugwoodwiki”,
  • Noctilio leporinus (Linnaeus, 1758) -- greater bulldog bat, Murciélago-pescador mayor Noctilio leporinus, greater bulldog bat. Geographic Information. — “ITIS Standard Report Page: Noctilio leporinus”, itis.gov
  • Sirex Wood Wasp (Sirex noctilio) – Confirmation in Southeastern Ontario / Guêpe perce-bois (Sirex noctilio) – présence confirmée dans le sud-est de On November 17, 2005, five Sirex woodwasps (Sirex noctilio) were confirmed by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency in samples collected from Lindgren. — “NAPPO Phytosanitary Alert System”,
  • GREATER BULLDOG BAT Noctilio leporinus FAUNA PARAGUAY mammal-watching tours in Paraguay with expert guide Paul Smith online handbook of paraguayan fauna. — “GREATER BULLDOG BAT Noctilio leporinus FAUNA PARAGUAY”,
  • Sirex noctilio. as a example. Uses the Forest Bioeconomic Model (CFS-FBM) to simulate entry, invasion and impact. Generates Sirex noctilio. infestations: (1) 2006 CFS-CFIA-APHIS surveys (2) stochastic entry model outputs. Pine volume. — “Spatial stochastic modeling to map introduction and spread”,
  • The life cycle of S. noctilio can be completed in as little as 10 months but Pinus species are known to be hosts of S. noctilio: P. radiata, P. nigra,. — “Proposed Program for Management of the Woodwasp Sirex”, aphis.usda.gov
  • E. Richard Hoebeke, a Cornell University senior extension associate in entomology, has discovered the first Sirex noctilio Fabricius, an Old World woodwasp, in the Northeast. If it becomes established, it could devastate pine trees. — “Cornell News: Alien woodwasp discovered”, news.cornell.edu
  • Fishing Bulldog Bat (Noctilio leporinus) Spanish Name: Murcielago Pescador Fishing Bulldog Bat (Noctilio leporinus) Spanish Name: Murcielago Pescador. — “Fishing Bulldog Bat, Costa Rica - information, where to see”,
  • Since 1985, only eight other adult S. noctilio had been intercepted by State and federal inspectors with packing materials from other countries, but subsequent inspections of surrounding areas never yielded further specimens. Ironically this horntail, S. noctilio is not considered a primary. — “Invasive Species of Concern in Maryland”,
  • Type Species: Noctilio americ*** Linnaeus, 1766 [edit] Synonyms. Celaeno Leach, 1821 Noctilio in Mammal Species of the World. Don E. Wilson & DeeAnn M. — “Noctilio - Wikispecies”,
  • The sirex woodwasp (Sirex noctilio) primarily attacks Pinus species but, occasionally, will attack other conifers in the Pinaceae family. — “Sirex Woodwasp and Foreign Marine Cargo Statistics — Forest”,
  • Justification: Sirex noctilio has established in many Southern Hemisphere countries with exotic pine plantations; many of the pine species are native to North America. Justification: Changes in stand composition could occur due to S. noctilio-associated pine mortality. — “Pest Reports - EXFOR Database”, spfnic.fs.fed.us

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  • Sirex Woodwasp Emerging Sirex noctilio emerging from scotch pine Credits: Jared Spokowsky, Horticultural Inspector 1 NYS Dept. of Agriculture and Markets Division of Plant Industry
  • Mammals of the World: Greater Bulldog Bat The Greater Bulldog Bat (Noctilio leporinus) is the 68th species in my Mammals of the World series.
  • What is this? I suspect it's a female of a subspecies of Sirex noctilio, but not sure
  • 4 point landing Courtesy of Dan Riskin, Brown University
  • Fishing bat roost Greater fishing bat (Noctilio leporinus) roosting in a sea cave; you can see the mixed *** colony with pups.

Blogs & Forum
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  • “Sirex woodwasp—Sirex noctilio F. (Hymenoptera: Siricidae) Sirex woodwasp has been the Positive identification of S. noctilio needs to be confirmed by an insect taxonomist”
    — Sirex woodwasp—Sirex noctilio F. (Hymenoptera: Siricidae), ces.ncsu.edu

  • “Interesting animal and pet news. Unusual stories about animals and pets, uncommon web finds, humor and photos of animals. The discovery of a single specimen of Sirex noctilio Fabricius, an Old World woodwasp, raises red flags across the nation because the invasive insect species has”
    — i- blog: Alien Woodwasp, Threat To US Pine Trees, i-

  • “10:00 Dispersal of Sirex noctilio in South America. Juan Corley, Laboratorio de Ecología Chemical ecology of in Sirex noctilio. Katalin. Böröczky, The Pennsylvania State”
    — 2008 Agenda-Web page, fs.fed.us

  • “The health of our Nation's trees and forests are under constant threat by a variety of issues such as insects and disease, wildland loss, invasive species, uncharacteristic fire and severe weather. The Eastern Forest Environmental Threat”
    — USDA Interagency Research Forum on Invasive Species — Eastern,

  • “S. noctilio has been established and spreading in northeastern US and Canada since at future introductions of S. noctilio and other exotic woodwasps”
    — The Barcode of Life blog, phe.rockefeller.edu

  • “The Program Committee is pleased to announce the following draft agenda for the 2011 Chemical attractants for Sirex noctilio. Winter moth: biological control and dynamics of”
    — FIRST ANNOUNCEMENT, invasivespecies.gov

  • “This image by International League of Conservation Photographer (and our photographer of the month) Christian Ziegler was taken on Barro Colorado Island, He said of the shot "There are two Noctilio species, which are hunting for insects (and even small fish) on the water surface”
    — Nature Photo of the Week – 1/26/2009 - The WILD Foundation,

  • “The discovery of a single specimen of Sirex noctilio Fabricius, an Old World woodwasp, raises red flags The invasive Sirex noctilio Fabricius has ruined up to 80 percent of the pines in parts of Australia, New”
    — SCI/TECH: Threat to U.S. Pine Trees Found in N.Y., page 1,

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