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Animal Enemies of H. brasiliensis

, : Animal Enemies of H. brasiliensis. Handboek voor de Rubber cultuur in Nederlandsch-Indie, n.d, sine loco, 216-229

Hymenopterous pests of Hevea brasiliensis in the Dutch East Indies are Oecophylla smaragdina, an ant much feared by workers because of its painful bite, and which protects some species of scales infesting rubber, and Ceratina viridissima, a bee which bores into the cut surface of young stumps after they have been planted, but is of. veny slight importance. Among Coleoptera, the larvae of Dihammus fistulator, Germ., bore into the wood and must be picked out.

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