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Phenetic methods of investigating Lymantria dispar

, : Phenetic methods of investigating Lymantria dispar. Lesnoe Khozyaistvo (11): 50-52

Studies in the Ukraine showed that L. dispar occurred in isolated micropopulations, associated with different biotopes (oak, willow, and robinia). The larvae varied in colouring, and 3 phenes were distinguished - grey, rust-red, and with a velvety-black stripe. The percentage frequency of these phenes in the different micropopulations was determined: the grey phene was always the commonest, and the rust-red phene did not occur on willow.

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