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Identification of mites on live cover crops and weeds of Costa Rica

, : Identification of mites on live cover crops and weeds of Costa Rica. Manejo Integrado de Plagas ( 40): 40-43

Five plant species used as cover crops and 14 weeds from four locations in Costa Rica were sampled. The following mites were identified: the tenuipalpid Brevipalpus sp. and the tetranychids Mononychellus planki, Oligonychus gossypii, O. mcgregori, Tetranychina harti, Tetranychus desertorum, T. ludeni, T. marianae and T. urticae.

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