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The results of an investigation of some factors in the effectiveness of egg-parasites of the gipsy moth


, : The results of an investigation of some factors in the effectiveness of egg-parasites of the gipsy moth. Zast. Bilja, Belgrade, 14: 76, 693-699

In view of local variations in Yugoslavia in the degree of parasitism of the egg-masses of Lymantria dispar (L.) by Anastatus disparis Ruschka, investigations were made on the relation between the percentage of eggs parasitized and the thickness of the egg-mass. Ten egg-masses from the island of Hvar were each divided into four layers.

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