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Persistence of a nonoccluded virus of the citrus red mite on lemons and in intact dead mites


Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 16(1): 63-68
Persistence of a nonoccluded virus of the citrus red mite on lemons and in intact dead mites
The following is virtually the authors' summary. In tests in California, adult females of Panonychus citri (McG.) infected with a nonoccluded virus and feeding on the surface of green lemons deposited virus that was infective for 28 days to other mites feeding on the same surface for 24 h. The incidence of infection diminished from a maximum of 87 % two days after removal of the vector mites to 5 % after 28 days.


Accession: 014601515

PMID: 5449742

DOI: 10.1016/0022-2011(70)90206-5



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