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Mycopathogens of soil insects



Mycopathogens of soil insects



Insect fungus interactions 14th Symposium of the Royal Entomological Society of London in collaboration with the British Mycological Society: 239-270



A review is presented of fungal pathogens of soil insects. The topics discussed include the main properties of soil components affecting subterranean life; entomopathogenic fungi and their subterranean hosts; environmental influences (biotic and abiotic) affecting mycopathogens (including their persistence and biodegradation); epizootiology; and soil fungi as biological control agents.

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