Digital Collections

Burrows of Polygraphys rufipennis (in larch)

Detail of burrow damage done to a larch tree by Polygraphys rufipennis, commonly known as a bark beetle. Dr. Blackman collected this specimen and took this image while at the College's summer camp at Cranberry Lake in the Adirondack Mountains. Blackman and College students researched insects that damaged trees, in particular trees that were valuable to the lumber industry.
Identifier: CESF_blackman_208b
Date: May 1919
Language: English
Repository: State University of New York, College of Environmental Science and Forestry, F. Franklin Moon Library
Source: College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Terrence J. Hoverter Archives, Dept. of Forest Entomology, Specimen photographs and negatives, no. 208b.
Rights: This record is not part of the New York State Archives' collection and is presented on our project partner's behalf for educational use only. Please contact the home repository for information on copyright and reproductions.
Alternate Identifier: DMS ID Number: 86721
Special Project: Environmental History Virtual Resource Collection

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