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Observations on the host spectrum of the California oakworm, Phryganidia californica Packard (Lepidoptera: Dioptidae)


, : Observations on the host spectrum of the California oakworm, Phryganidia californica Packard (Lepidoptera: Dioptidae). Pan Pacific Entomologist 65(1): 50-57

Larvae of Phryganidia californica were reared on foliage from various plant species in the laboratory at 20 degrees C.

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