Recent years have witnessed extensive destruction of forest growth,
particularly of pine, spruce, and chestnut, in portions of the United
States east of the Rocky Mountains. This injury has been very
generally attributed to insects, and there is evidence that certain
wood and bark-boring species have largely contributed to the...
The so-called powder-post injury to seasoned wood has attracted
much attention in America, and especially in Europe for centuries,
and has been the subject of published articles in many languages.
This peculiar injury seems to be on the increase in the United States
and numerous requests from a number of...