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Effect of Temperature upon the Post-embryonic Development of Brachmia macroscopa Meyrick, a Pest of Sweet Potato.



Effect of Temperature upon the Post-embryonic Development of Brachmia macroscopa Meyrick, a Pest of Sweet Potato.



J. Plant Prot, Tokyo, 26: 3, 159-161



In Korea, the Tineid, Brachmia macroscopa, Meyr., causes considerable damage to sweet potato in summer and autumn. The duration of the life-cycle from oviposition to adult emergence averages 33 days between late May and mid-July (at about 22 degrees C.), 23 days from mid-July to early August (at 26-28 degrees C.), 24 days between mid-August and mid-September (at 20-30 degrees C.) and 47 days between late August and late October (at 15-27 degrees C.).

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