Forest Health Resources
Bark Beetles of Southern Pines - Identification and Control
Georgia Forestry Commission, Berisford, Brady, Coleman, Kudon, Price, Taylor, and Walker.
Biosecurity and Forests: An Introduction with particular emphasis on forest pests
Matthew J.W. Cock, Marc Kenis, and Rüdiger Wittenberg
Forest Resources Development Service - Working Paper FBS/2E
Forest Resources Division Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome, Italy
Economic and environmental threats of alien plant, animal, and microbe invasions
David Pimentel∗, S. McNair, J. Janecka, J. Wightman, C. Simmonds, C. O’Connell, E. Wong, L. Russel, J. Zern, T. Aquino, T. Tsomondo. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment 84 (2001) 1–20.
Forest Pest Management: A Guide for Commercial Applicators
Extension Bulletin E -2045 • September 2000, Major revision-destroy old stock • Michigan State University Extension
Forest Pests of North America: Native and non-native insects, diseases, and weeds of urban, managed, and natural forests
Insects and Diseases
E.L. Barnard and W.N. Dixon.Bulletin No. 196-A | Printed October, 1983. Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Insects & Diseases, Florida Forest Stewardship
Insects and Diseases of Trees in the South
Anonymous. 1989. USDA Forest Service. Protrotection Report R8-PR16. 98 pp.
Integrated Pest Management in Southern Pine Forests
R.C. Thatcher, G.N. Mason, and G.D. Hertel
Pest and Pesticide Management on Southern Forests, 1994
Understanding and Controlling Nonnative Forest Pests in the South
Kerry O. Britton, Donald A. Duerr II, and James H. Miller
USFS Forest Health and Protection
Updated July 15, 2019