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New pests of our fruit trees. The oriental peach moth Grapholitha (Laspeyresia) molesta Busck



New pests of our fruit trees. The oriental peach moth Grapholitha (Laspeyresia) molesta Busck



Agricultura, Spain 44(521): 669-671



Cydia molesta (Busck) (Grapholitha molesta) was observed attacking a late variety of peach at Alfarras in the Spanish Province of Lerida in late June 1974.

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