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Beehole borer infestation in coastal mangrove plantations in Bangladesh and possible management options


, : Beehole borer infestation in coastal mangrove plantations in Bangladesh and possible management options. Wallaceana ( 77): 17-20

The coastal belt of Bangladesh is afforested with the mangrove, Sonneratia apetala. For the last few years it has been attacked by the beehole borer, Zeuzera conferta (Cossidae: Lepidoptera).

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