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The lesser pine sawfly



The lesser pine sawfly



Informatore Fitopatologico 35(4): 13-18



The taxonomy, morphology, biology, natural enemies and control are reviewed of Neodiprion sertifer, one of the most severe pests of Pinus spp. in Italy. Since the diprionid populations build up to outbreak proportions every 4-5 years, careful examination of pine twig samples is required every year to determine whether the population is in decline or on the increase as well as the present rate of infestation.

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