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Effect of fluvalinate on the development and survival of two- spotted spider mite



Effect of fluvalinate on the development and survival of two- spotted spider mite



Proceedings of the Forty Fourth New Zealand Weed and Pest Control Conference: 248-251



The toxicity and repellency of fluvalinate to Tetranychus urticae were studied in the laboratory at 23 degrees C. Fluvalinate was more toxic and repellent to larvae than to protonymphs, deutonymphs or adults. All stages were repelled by fluvalinate.

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