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On Conditions governing the Mass Increase of Insects



On Conditions governing the Mass Increase of Insects



Arb. physiol. angew. Ent. Berl, Berlin, October 10th 5(3): 229-255



The author discusses with respect to Phylloxera vitifoliae, Fitch (vastatrix, Planch.) and Lecanium (Eulecanium) corni, Bch., the theory that mass infestation of plants by insect pests is a function of favourable conditions of climate and food.

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