Hypothenemus birmanus

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Hypothenemus birmanus - mounted adults (click on image to enlarge it)
Source: Pest and Diseases Image Library - IPM Images

Hypothenemus birmanus (Eichhoff) - (kiawe scolytid)

The bark beetle breeds in the twigs of various plants and is native to the Old World tropics.

Publications covering Hypothenemus birmanus

Florida Entomologist (2019) 102, 717-724
Demian F. Gomez, Andrew J. Johnson, Paloma Carton de Grammont, Janet Alfonso-Simonetti, Janelim Montaigne, Ana I. Elizondo, Berta Lina Muiño, Dairon Ojeda, Jesús Vidal and Jiri Hulcr (2019)
New records of bark and ambrosia beetles (Coleoptera: Scolytinae) from Cuba with description of a new species

Bulletin of Entomological Research (2017) 107, 106-117
S. Olivier-Espejel, B.P. Hurley and J. Garnas (2017)
Assessment of beetle diversity, community composition and potential threats to forestry using kairomone-baited traps

Environmental Entomology (2016) 45, 627-632
Andrew J. Johnson, Paul E. Kendra, James Skelton and Jiri Hulcr (2016)
Species diversity, phenology, and temporal flight patterns of Hypothenemus pygmy borers (Coleoptera: Curculionidae: Scolytinae) in South Florida

Florida Entomologist (1994) 77, 313-329
Thomas H. Atkinson and Stewart B. Peck (1994)
Annotated checklist of the bark and ambrosia beetles (Coleoptera: Platypodidae and Scolytidae) of tropical southern Florida