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Camellia pests


, : Camellia pests. American camellia yearbook 1990: 1-8

Common Camellia pests in the USA (scale insects (families Diaspididae and Coccidae), thrips (Heliothrips haemorrhoidalis), aphids (Aphis spp.), the fire ant (Solenopsis geminata), mites and various leaf eating insects) are described and methods of control, mostly chemical, are suggested.

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