Bacillus popilliae - scarab milky disease

Dr. Michael J. Miller mignatz at mjmiller.roc.servtech.com
Tue Apr 11 21:41:23 EST 1995


In article <3m4if1$m6 at solaris.cc.vt.edu>, yousten at vt.edu (yousten) wrote:

> I am beginning a molecular taxonomic study of B. popilliae type bacteria
causing
> milky disease in scarab beetle larvae. I'd like to obtain additional 
> cultures to examine, preferably isolated outside the U.S. and from insects
> other than the Japanese beetle. If you have cultures you could contribute,
> please reply directly to:  Yousten @ vt.edu

Back in 1979, I worked on B. popilliae spores at the New York State
Agicultural Experiment Station (Cornell Univ.) in Geneva, NY.  Dr. Keith
Steinkraus was the lead scientist.  They might be able to help you out
(sorry, I have no phone number). Good luck!  -Dr. Michael Miller

-- 
Michael



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