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Investigation of the oviposition behaviour of green leaf bug Lygus lucorum and its application in forecasting


, : Investigation of the oviposition behaviour of green leaf bug Lygus lucorum and its application in forecasting. Insect Knowledge 26(2): 84-85

From 1975 to 1986, large populations of Lygus lucorum occurred in Nantong, Jiangsu, China. Females of the 1st generation oviposited mainly on the stems, leaves and roots of carrots and other vegetables grown for seed, with 35.3 eggs/plant on average. The oviposition on compound leaves was significantly higher than that on the stipules of the disk. Females from the 3rd generation laid eggs mainly on the petiole of cotton, which accounted for 62.5% of the total number of eggs laid.

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