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Contribution to knowledge of the entomofauna of the apple orchard: identification of 11 species of Lepidoptera Tortricidae from the egg stage


, : Contribution to knowledge of the entomofauna of the apple orchard: identification of 11 species of Lepidoptera Tortricidae from the egg stage. Annales de la Societe Entomologique de France 23(2): 193-203

Based on biological criteria (oviposition site, distribution singly or in masses, timing of the egg stage) and morphological characters, a key to the eggs of 11 species of tortricids found in apple orchards in France is presented.


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