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A preliminary report on Oedaleus infernalis infernalis Sauss



A preliminary report on Oedaleus infernalis infernalis Sauss



Insect Knowledge 24(4): 205-207



The biology of the acridid Oedaleus infernalis infernalis, a pest of millet, maize and weeds (including barnyard grass (Echinochloa crus-galli)), was studied in Hebei, China, in 1981-85. Two generations were produced annually in Hebei Plain, and 1 generation in the northern and western mountainous areas. The pest overwintered in the egg stage. The development period of the 1st generation averaged 113.4 days, and that of the 2nd generation 92.5 days.

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