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Eurydema ornatum as a Pest of Rape


, : Eurydema ornatum as a Pest of Rape. Kranke Pflanze. Dresden, 15: pt. 7-8, 126-130

Rape is being increasingly cultivated in Czechoslovakia, and in view of the fact that infestation of it by Eurydema ornatum, L., is also increasing, laboratory and field observations on the bionomics of this Pentatomid were carried out in the district of Prerau, where it caused crop losses of 20-35 per cent. in 1937. All stages are described. The adults migrate in late spring from their winter quarters to wild crucifers in blossom, varieties with rough hairs and a pungent taste being avoided.

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