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Species of stalk borers of the genus Ostrinia in the Omsk District

Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 69(2): 61-66

Species of stalk borers of the genus Ostrinia in the Omsk District

Analysis of the reproductive relations between the Omsk wormwood and European populations of Ostrinia nubilalis X O. narynensis and O. scapulalis showed that the Omsk population probably belongs to the eastern form previously known only from the Soviet Far East and Japan.

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