Browsing College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources by Subject "invasive species"

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  • Anonymous (University of Hawaii, 2008-02)
    A guide to identifying, detecting, and controlling the little fire ant (Wasmannia auropunctata), a tiny new stinging ant that is spreading across Hawaii.
  • Anonymous (University of Hawaii, 2006-05)
    Frog biology is briefly described, and methods for detecting, trapping, and spraying with citric acid or hydrated lime are described.
  • Hara, Arnold H; Niino-DuPonte, Ruth Y; Jacobsen, Christopher M; Chun, Stacey; McDonald, Ty; Nagamine, Walter T; Heu, Ron A (University of Hawaii, 2005-12)
    Aulacaspis yasumatsui has spread throughout the Hawaiian Islands since its first occurrence in 1998. Cycas revoluta is more susceptible than queen sago (C. rumphii). Strategies that enhance biological control by a tiny ...
  • Chun, S; Hara, AH; Niino-DuPonte, RY (University of Hawaii, 2003-04)
    A poster describes and illustrates distinctions between these frogs.
  • Anonymous (University of Hawaii, 2004-05)
    This publication was prepared in support of an effort to eradicate an infestation on Kauai. Identifying and detecting presence of the ant are illustrated.
  • Reimer, Neil J; Okada, Carol (University of Hawaii, 2004-11)
    Although Solenopsis invicta is not present in Hawaii, this publication advised of the threat its possible introduction poses; its biology and potential impacts are described. The distinction between this pest and S. geminata, ...
  • Chun, Stacey; Hara, Arnold; Niino-DuPonte, Ruth; Nagamine, Walter; Conant, Patrick; Hirayama, Clyde (University of Hawaii, 2005-12)
    First noted in Hawaii in 2001, Darna pallivita is of major concern because of its painful sting, voracious appetite, lengthy larval feeding stage (2 months), high fecundity (480 eggs per female), and wide host range. A ...

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