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Differentiation between species and forms of the genus Ostrinia by their ability to develop on the host plants: differences in nutrition physiology or feeding behaviour



Differentiation between species and forms of the genus Ostrinia by their ability to develop on the host plants: differences in nutrition physiology or feeding behaviour



Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 70(3): 39-45



Experiments were carried out in the Krasnodar region of the USSR in 1987-89 to study survival of larvae of Ostrinia nubilalis, O. nubilalis X O. narynensis and O. scapulalis on leaves of maize, hemp and burweed and population densities on artificial leaf funnels of maize and leaves of castor sunflowers and hemp.

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