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Observations on the biology of Parasetigena agilis (Tachinidae) and Pseudosarcophaga affinis (Calliphoridae) and their mortality during chemical control of Lymantria monacha in 1967 in Jedrzejow forest district



Observations on the biology of Parasetigena agilis (Tachinidae) and Pseudosarcophaga affinis (Calliphoridae) and their mortality during chemical control of Lymantria monacha in 1967 in Jedrzejow forest district



Sylwan 112(4): 15-24



agilis and P. affinis, important parasites of L. monacha in Poland, were both very susceptible to contact insecticides (Ditox and Mglawik).

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