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Development and survival on nymphs of pasture spittlebugs (Homoptera: Cercopidae) on Brachiaria decumbens plants with different morphological characteristics


, : Development and survival on nymphs of pasture spittlebugs (Homoptera: Cercopidae) on Brachiaria decumbens plants with different morphological characteristics. Anais da Sociedade Entomologica do Brasil 23(2): 163-170

Among the insects causing damage to Brazilian pastures, spittlebugs are the major problem. Given the size of the country, more information is needed about the biology of various species of spittlebugs, in different areas of the country, in order to improve their integrated management.

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