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Parasites of the California scale






Zashchita Rastenii (6): 26-27

Parasites of the California scale

Keys are provided for identifying the main parasites of the California scale (Quadraspidiotus perniciosus) on the basis of adult and pupal characters.


Accession: 001424479



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