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Dipterous insects detected on imported onion bulbs with a tentative pictorial key to larvae



Dipterous insects detected on imported onion bulbs with a tentative pictorial key to larvae



Research Bulletin of the Plant Protection Service Japan (21): 75-80



Studies were carried out from October 1981 to October 1983 on onion bulbs imported from nine countries such as USA., New Zealand, Taiwan, etc. and onions produced in Awaji Island, Japan. A total of 15 dipterous families, 17 genera and 23 species were collected on the imported onions, and 8 dipterous families, 8 genera and 8 species were collected on the domestic onions. It was concluded that Eumerus tuberculatus, Lonchaea sp., Ceroxys latiusculus, Euxesta anna and Euxesta notata were major pests to the imported onions besides Hylemya antiqua and Eumerus strigatus well known as pests of onions. Also, morphological characters of the larvae are illustrated.

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