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Suction trap reveals 60 wheat aphid species, including Russian wheat aphid

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Keith S. Pike

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California Agriculture 43(6):22-24.

Published November 01, 1989

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Abstract

Effective aphid pest management strategies depend on a knowledge of the economically important species present in an area and their flight behavior. A suction trap at UC Davis collected 60 aphid species, most of which are economically important. The trap detected the first specimens of the Russian wheat aphid found in northern California.

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Suction trap reveals 60 wheat aphid species, including Russian wheat aphid

Keith S. Pike, David Allison, Leslie Boydston, Calvin O. Qualset, Herbert E. Vogt, Charles G. Summers
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Suction trap reveals 60 wheat aphid species, including Russian wheat aphid

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Keith S. Pike

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California Agriculture 43(6):22-24.

Published November 01, 1989

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Abstract

Effective aphid pest management strategies depend on a knowledge of the economically important species present in an area and their flight behavior. A suction trap at UC Davis collected 60 aphid species, most of which are economically important. The trap detected the first specimens of the Russian wheat aphid found in northern California.

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