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Insects as possible vectors of Fomes annosus

Insects as possible vectors of Fomes annosus

Ann. ent. fenn, 34: 3, 113-135

The possible transmission of F. annosus by insects or their nematode and mite populations, or through the wounds caused, is discussed with special reference to Scots pine in Finland.

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