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Study on the rates of infestation and damage by species of Bruchidae (Coleoptera) damaging stored food legumes in the Aegean Region



Study on the rates of infestation and damage by species of Bruchidae (Coleoptera) damaging stored food legumes in the Aegean Region



Turikye I Entomoloji Kongresi Bildirileri, Ekim 13-16-1987, Ege Universitesi, Bornova, Izmir: 341-350



In the Aegean Region of Turkey, legumes were examined for bruchid infestation at harvest and during storage in 1985 and 1986. Lentils were infested by Bruchus lentis, the infestation rate being 1.6% and the damage rate 0.4%. Beans were infested by Acanthoscelides obtectus, with infestation and damage rates of 0.3-10 and 0-1.35%, resp., at harvest and 0.6-71.3 and 0.01-6.43% during storage.

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