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Effect of irradiation of female pupae of Lymantria monacha on the attractiveness of the emerged adults to feral males

Effect of irradiation of female pupae of Lymantria monacha on the attractiveness of the emerged adults to feral males

Prace z Zakresu Nauk Lesnych 66: 47-52

Trials in Scots pine stands in Poland infested with L. monacha showed that females reared in the laboratory with or without irradiation of pupae at age 11-14 wk were significantly less attractive to feral males than feral females. Irradiated females were less attractive than non-irradiated laboratory-raised females.

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