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Pest and disease records. Pakistan. A new mite pest of hive bees


, : Pest and disease records. Pakistan. A new mite pest of hive bees. Quarterly Newsletter, Asia and Pacific Plant Protection Commission, FAO, Thailand 29(3): 31

The mite Neocypholaelaps indica was recorded for the first time in Pakistan.


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