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The activity of the Mediterranean fruit fly at cold temperatures, with reference to its status during the citrus season in Palestine
Year:
1941
Authors :
Rivnay, Ezekiel
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.
Volume :
4
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From page:
166
To page:
176
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Total pages:
11
)
Abstract:

Phenology of the fly and citrus hosts in Palestine. Graph No. 1 includes a curve representing the fluctuations in the population of the Mediterranean fruit fly during the citrus fruit season along the coastal plain in Palestine. The curve is based upon trappings during 1937-1940 in 20 densel traps hanging on citrus trees in the grove surrounding the Experiment Station grounds at Rehovoth. Other tropical and sub-tropical fruits are available in the Station grounds, offering oviposition opportunities all the year round, thus acting as ""bridge hosts"" which carryover the fly from season to season.

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Israel
Mediterranean fruit fly
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Publication Type:
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Language:
English
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ID:
57462
Last updated date:
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The activity of the Mediterranean fruit fly at cold temperatures, with reference to its status during the citrus season in Palestine
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The activity of the Mediterranean fruit fly at cold temperatures, with reference to its status during the citrus season in Palestine

Phenology of the fly and citrus hosts in Palestine. Graph No. 1 includes a curve representing the fluctuations in the population of the Mediterranean fruit fly during the citrus fruit season along the coastal plain in Palestine. The curve is based upon trappings during 1937-1940 in 20 densel traps hanging on citrus trees in the grove surrounding the Experiment Station grounds at Rehovoth. Other tropical and sub-tropical fruits are available in the Station grounds, offering oviposition opportunities all the year round, thus acting as ""bridge hosts"" which carryover the fly from season to season.

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