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Truebugs… Consperse stink bug/Western boxelder bug

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William W. Barnett, University of California
Gordon W. Morehead
Clarence S. Davis
Johannes L. Joos
Bruce E. Bearden
Clarence S. Davis
Arthur Berlowitz, U.C.

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California Agriculture 30(10):22-23.

Published October 01, 1976

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Not available – first paragraph follows: Consperse stink bug feeding on the fruit causes sunken areas or dimples on the surface under which white corky areas form in the flesh. (See fig. 1 and 2.) The bug usually feeds near the stem end, although it may attack other parts of the fruit. While feeding, the adult bug often leaves small, dark blotches of excrement on fruit and leaves.

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Truebugs… Consperse stink bug/Western boxelder bug

William W. Barnett, Gordon W. Morehead, Clarence S. Davis, Johannes L. Joos, Bruce E. Bearden, Clarence S. Davis, Arthur Berlowitz
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Truebugs… Consperse stink bug/Western boxelder bug

Share using any of the popular social networks Share by sending an email Print article
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Authors

William W. Barnett, University of California
Gordon W. Morehead
Clarence S. Davis
Johannes L. Joos
Bruce E. Bearden
Clarence S. Davis
Arthur Berlowitz, U.C.

Publication Information

California Agriculture 30(10):22-23.

Published October 01, 1976

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Not available – first paragraph follows: Consperse stink bug feeding on the fruit causes sunken areas or dimples on the surface under which white corky areas form in the flesh. (See fig. 1 and 2.) The bug usually feeds near the stem end, although it may attack other parts of the fruit. While feeding, the adult bug often leaves small, dark blotches of excrement on fruit and leaves.

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