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Laboratory studies on dispersion behaviour of adult beetles in grain. VI.-Three-dimensional analysis of dispersion of five species in a uniform bulk



Laboratory studies on dispersion behaviour of adult beetles in grain. VI.-Three-dimensional analysis of dispersion of five species in a uniform bulk



Bull. ent. Res, London, 55: pt. 1, 161-171



The following is almost entirely the author's summary of this part of a series on laboratory studies of the dispersion behaviour of beetles in grain. The three-dimensional pattern of dispersion of five species of grain-infesting beetles was analysed in a 12-inch cube bulk of wheat, kept in darkness at 25 degrees C. and a moisture content of 14 per cent. and built up of four layers, each of 16 three-inch cube bags of Terylene net that retained the grain but allowed the passage of insects.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0007485300049361


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