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Insect Pests of the Cultivated Cotton Plant. No. 4. Cutworms and Leaf-eating Beetles



Insect Pests of the Cultivated Cotton Plant. No. 4. Cutworms and Leaf-eating Beetles



Agric. Gaz. N.S.W, Sydney, May 1 34(5): 343-348



A brief account is given of the cosmopolitan insects that attack many different plants, including cotton. Heliothis obsoleta (cotton bollworm) is one of the commonest and most widely distributed Noctuids in Australia and is recorded as a field crop pest all over the world. Agrotisypsilon damages many different field crops in Australia in the larval stage.

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