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Study of some Forest Insects of Nanking and its Vicinity. Part III. Observations on the Gypsy Moth (Portheiria dispar L.)



Study of some Forest Insects of Nanking and its Vicinity. Part III. Observations on the Gypsy Moth (Portheiria dispar L.)



Contr. biol. Lab. Sci. Soc. China (Zool.). Shanghai., 13: 5, 57-77



In the first of these papers, which are parts of a series, detailed descriptions are given of all stages of Lymantria (Porthetria) dispar, L., with notes, on its life-history in the district of Nanking, where the larvae feed on the leaves of oaks, Prunus spp. and Liquidambar formosana. Eggs laid in the laboratory in June hatched in March-April of the following year, and the larval, prepupal and pupal stages lasted 43-60, 1-3 and about 14 days, respectively.

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