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Susceptibility of the imago of the sea-buckthorn fly (Rhagoletis batava obscuriosa Kol.) to entomopathogenic microorganisms



Susceptibility of the imago of the sea-buckthorn fly (Rhagoletis batava obscuriosa Kol.) to entomopathogenic microorganisms



Izvestiya Sibirskogo Otdeleniya Akademii Nauk SSSR, Biologicheskikh Nauk (3(15); 1(5)): 119-125; 95-103



(1) This fly is a fruit pest of Hippophae rhamnoides plantations Adults emerging from puparia collected in the field were inoculated with 9 species of bacteria and observed in the laboratory, or with 8 species of fungi and observed in plantations.

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