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Susceptibility of white birch (Betula spp.) hybrids to Phytobia fly



Susceptibility of white birch (Betula spp.) hybrids to Phytobia fly



Buvisindi 1996; ( 9): 125-133



Larvae of Phytobia betulae (Diptera: Agromyzidae) mine in birch wood near the cambium layer and cause brown streaks in the wood. The streaks reduce the value of birch wood used in plywood and the furniture industry. In cross sections of birch logs the streaks are seen as pith flecks. Both European white birch (Betula pendula) and Japanese white birch (Betula platyphylla) are host plant species of Phytobia betulae.

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