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Digest: Scelio spp. as biocontrol agents of acridids



Digest: Scelio spp. as biocontrol agents of acridids



Biocontrol News and Information 7(2): 69-76



The acridid hosts, rates of parasitism and distribution of nearly 50 species of the egg parasite Scelio and of the related scelionid Synoditella bisulcata are listed.

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