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Population dynamics of vectors and transmission of potato virus Y in pepper cultivars

Boletin de Sanidad Vegetal, Plagas 18(1): 225-235
Population dynamics of vectors and transmission of potato virus Y in pepper cultivars
Green tile traps were used to monitor aphid populations in several Capsicum-growing areas in Spain during 1990. A total of 3186 aphids belonging to 29 different species was captured. Aphis fabae was the most abundant species, followed by A. gossypii. Laboratory studies showed that 2 different strains of potato virus Y could be transmitted to Capsicum by Myzus persicae and A. gossypii.

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