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Preliminary Notes on the Mortality and Feeding Habits of newly hatched Oriental Peach Moth Larvae


Preliminary Notes on the Mortality and Feeding Habits of newly hatched Oriental Peach Moth Larvae



60th Ann. Rep. Ent. Soc. Ontario, Toronto,? 1930. 108-111



The results are given of one season's work carried out at St. Davids, Ontario, to determine the mortality of newly-hatched larvae of the oriental peach moth, Busck) and the types of injury caused. The eggs are usually laid on the lower surface of peach leaves, and the larvae chiefly attack the tips of the twigs in the early part of the season and the fruit from the time it forms until it is picked.

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