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Parasitoids of some pigeonpea pests at ICRISAT

, : Parasitoids of some pigeonpea pests at ICRISAT. International Pigeonpea Newsletter (3): 46-47

The 14 hymenopterous and 2 dipterous parasites and 1 mermithid nematode recovered from 13 pests of pigeon pea in a survey in Andhra Pradesh, India, in 1975-76 are listed.

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