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Injury to Fruits by Bugs






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Injury to Fruits by Bugs

Considerable damage is done to bush-fruits in Germany by Penta-tomid bugs, of which Dolycoris baccarum, L., is the most important, others being Pentatoma (Tropicoris) rufipes, L., Acanthosoma haemorrhoidale, L., Sehirus bicolor, L., etc.


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