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Aphids trapped in Okanagan cherry orchards and the failure of nine species to transmit little cherry disease



Aphids trapped in Okanagan cherry orchards and the failure of nine species to transmit little cherry disease



Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia, 82: 39-44



About 120 species of aphids (including 13 new records for British Columbia) are listed from surveys for possible vectors of little cherry disease in cherry orchards in British Columbia.

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