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Host range of two entomogenous fungi Syncephalastrum racemosum Cohn ex Schroeter and Penicillium oxalicum Currie and Thom and safety to certain crop plants



Host range of two entomogenous fungi Syncephalastrum racemosum Cohn ex Schroeter and Penicillium oxalicum Currie and Thom and safety to certain crop plants



Entomon 6(2): 121-122



The infectivity of the entomogenous fungi Syncephalastrum racemosum and Penicillium oxalicum to the rice pests Spodoptera mauritia (Boisd.), Cnaphalocrocis medinalis (Gn.), Nilaparvata lugens (Stal), Menida histrio (F.), Leptocorisa acuta (Thnb.) and Altica cyanea (Weber) was studied in the laboratory in India. Both fungi infected nymphs and adults of N. lugens and nymphs but not adults of L. acuta.

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