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Heteropsylla cubana Crawford, a new psyllid pest of Leucaena in India


, : Heteropsylla cubana Crawford, a new psyllid pest of Leucaena in India. Indian Forester, 1144: 200-205

H. cubana was detected in Feb. 1988 on Leucaena in Chengalpettu District, Tamil Nadu, and was afterwards found also in Pudukottai, Trichi and Coimbatore Districts. The biology of the pest, its host plants (10 species of Leucaena, and Samanea saman), damage caused, and its distribution and spread are briefly described. Resistance in Leucaena species and provenances, and possible biological control methods, are discussed.


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