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Results of investigations on the leaf- and seed-eating insects of lucerne grown for seed


, : Results of investigations on the leaf- and seed-eating insects of lucerne grown for seed. Revue de Zoologie Agricole et de Pathologie Vegetale 74(3): 90-107

Insect pests of lucerne grown for seed were collected by means of sweep-nets in a further survey in southern France in 1971-73, and species damaging the pods were more closely examined; these are the most economically injurious insects, except for gall-midges, which were not included in this survey.

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