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The bionomics of Odontosia arnoldiana (Kardakoff)

, : The bionomics of Odontosia arnoldiana (Kardakoff). Journal of Northeast Forestry University 30(5): 67-69

Results are presented of a study on the mode of life and adaptations in the natural habitat of Odontosia arnoldiana, a pest of Betula platyphylla, in Daxing'anling in Nei Menggu, China. Included are information on the duration of the different developmental stages (larvae, pupae and adult) and patterns of mating, reproduction and emergence.


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