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Adverse effects on fall armyworm feeding on fungus-free leaves of fungus-infected plants



Adverse effects on fall armyworm feeding on fungus-free leaves of fungus-infected plants



Ecological Entomology 16(4): 519-523



The effect of Balansia cyperi infecting purple nutsedge (Cyperus rotundus) on the behaviour and development of larvae of the noctuid Spodoptera frugiperda was studied in the laboratory at 28 degrees C and LD 14:10 or darkness. Larvae were significantly smaller after 10 days and took longer to pupate when reared on infected leaves than on uninfected leaves.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2311.1991.tb00245.x



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