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A Contribution to the Biology of the Eggplant Borer Euzophera osseatella Tr. (Pyralidae Lep. )
Year:
1966
Source of publication :
Israel Journal of Entomology
Authors :
Rivnay, Ezekiel
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Volume :
1
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From page:
1
To page:
13
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Total pages:
13
)
Abstract:

Foreword

Euzophera osseatella is a Mediterranean insect. Records of its distribution come from Italy, Dalmatia, Cyprus, Syria, Israel, Egypt, Tunis, Algeria and Morocco. In perusing the literature, including the "Review of Applied Entomology", one finds that this insect, except in Egypt (Willcocks, 1925) and in Israel (Bodenheimer, 1930; Klein, 1941), is little known as a pest. In Egypt and Israel it has been reported as injuring eggplant, tomato, potato and pepper. It has also been found on Atropa belladona and, to a great extent, on the night-shade Solanum villosum (Klein, 1941). The biology of this pest has been but little and casually studied. This present work is an endeavour to add to the knowledge of this little-known insect.

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Language:
English
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A Contribution to the Biology of the Eggplant Borer Euzophera osseatella Tr. (Pyralidae Lep. )

Foreword

Euzophera osseatella is a Mediterranean insect. Records of its distribution come from Italy, Dalmatia, Cyprus, Syria, Israel, Egypt, Tunis, Algeria and Morocco. In perusing the literature, including the "Review of Applied Entomology", one finds that this insect, except in Egypt (Willcocks, 1925) and in Israel (Bodenheimer, 1930; Klein, 1941), is little known as a pest. In Egypt and Israel it has been reported as injuring eggplant, tomato, potato and pepper. It has also been found on Atropa belladona and, to a great extent, on the night-shade Solanum villosum (Klein, 1941). The biology of this pest has been but little and casually studied. This present work is an endeavour to add to the knowledge of this little-known insect.

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