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Response of newly hatched caterpillars of Diacrisia obliqua Walker to certain host plants



Response of newly hatched caterpillars of Diacrisia obliqua Walker to certain host plants



Indian Journal of Entomology 1976; 37(1): 57-59



When the attractiveness of 7 species of vegetables to newly hatched larvae of Diacrisia obliqua (Wlk.) was determined in laboratory tests in India, egg-plant (brinjal) was the most attractive, followed by radish, cabbage, knol khol (kohlrabi) and cauliflower.

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