An individual instance of Diatraea grandiosella (Southwestern corn borer)
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Diatraea grandiosella

Dyar 1911

sec. Dyar 1911

common name: Southwestern corn borer
family: Crambidae
Identified 1999-08-24 by Steven J. Baskauf


University of Tennessee Plant Sciences farm, Knox County, Tennessee, US
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Coordinate uncertainty about: 500 m.

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Remarks:Pheromone trap 171 deployed by Charles Pless

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Dyar 1911 =

Dyar, Harrison G., 1911. The American species of Diatraea Guilding (Lepid., Pyralidae). Entomological News and Proceedings of the Entomological Section of the Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia 22:199-207.. Academy of Natural Sciences of Philadelphia.

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