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Development of a hypertext-based polychotomous key for the identification of planthoppers caught by light trap in paddy fields


Development of a hypertext-based polychotomous key for the identification of planthoppers caught by light trap in paddy fields



Korean Journal of Applied Entomology 41(2): 75-83



The hypertext-based polychotomous key in WWW (World Wide Web) was developed to improve the identification accuracy of planthoppers caught by light trap in Korean paddy fields. The efficacy of the key was tested by 12 students who are not familiar at the identification of insects. When they used the hypertext, their ability to recognize Sogatella furcifera and Laodelphax striatellus improved.

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