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Record of the Tachinid parasite Thelairosoma gracilis Mesnil from the coconut caterpillar Nephantis serinopa Meyr. in India



Record of the Tachinid parasite Thelairosoma gracilis Mesnil from the coconut caterpillar Nephantis serinopa Meyr. in India



Tech. Bull. Commonw. Inst. biol. Gontr, Farnham Royal, Bucks, 1, 163-164



In connection with work on the biological control of Nephantis serinopa Meyr. on coconut in Ceylon, parasite surveys were carried out in southern India, chiefly in the States of Kerala- and Andhra Pradesh. Thelairosoma gracile Mesnil was reared from pupae in the Razole and Ernakulam areas, in the second of which parasitism amounted to 2-5 per cent.

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