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P. pedestris and its Development


, : P. pedestris and its Development. Ent. Blatter. Berlin, 30th, 127-128

The adults of Hypera (Phytonomus)* pedestris, Payk., are common in Germany on vetches in May and June, feeding on the stems, leaves and flowers. Captive females oviposited in the stems. Larvae hatched in about a week, and they were taken on Vicia cracca in June and July. They feed on the same parts of the plant as the beetles.

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