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Studies of parasites of the black arches moth lymantria monacha larvae and pupae



Studies of parasites of the black arches moth lymantria monacha larvae and pupae



Vyestsi Akademii Navuk BSSR Syeryya Biyalahichnykh Navuk (6): 109-111



Under the conditions of the Minsk region [Belorussian SSR, USSR], 11 spp. of priamry and 5 spp. of secondary silkworm moth parasites are identified. Their relation to different stages of host development is shown. [The parasites include the following species: Apechtis capulifera Kriechb., A. compunctor L., Pimpla turionella L., P. instigator F., Lymantrichneumon disparis Poda, Meteorus pulchricornis Wesm., Apanteles melanoscelis Ratz., Exorista segregata Rd., Drino inconspicua Mg., Theronia atalantae Poda, Gelis sp., Pteromalus semotus Wlk., Monodontomerus minor Ratz., Megaselia sp., Muscina pabueorum Fll., M. assimilis Fll.].

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