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New host records and morphological notes on four Tortricines (Tortricidae)


, : New host records and morphological notes on four Tortricines (Tortricidae). Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera 27(2): 104-108

Larvae of the pest species Platynota flavedana, Choristoneura parallela, Sparganothis sulfureana and Xenotemna pallorana were recorded on Hypericum perforatum in Illinois, the latter 2 species were also found on this plant in Michigan.


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