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Burma - sucking bugs

Burma - sucking bugs

Quarterly Newsletter, FAO Asia and Pacific Plant Protection Commission 28(2): 5

A study of natural enemies of cotton pests in Mandalay Division, Burma, revealed the presence of the mirids Creontiades pallidus and Megacoelum biseratense. The former species is a well known cotton pest in north-eastern Africa and Syria where it is reported to feed on flower buds and young bolls, causing them to shed.

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