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Life Histories and Control of Cherry Fruit Flies on Vancouver Island, British Columbia
A 6-year study showed that Rhagoletis cingulata (Loew) commences emerging on Vancouver Island about mid-June, the peak occurring between July 4 and 19 and most having emerged by the third week ofExpand
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THE STYLETS OF THE SIX-SPOTTED LEAFHOPPER, MACROSTELES FASCIFRONS (HOMOPTERA: CICADELLIDAE)
The morphology of the stylets of the six-spotted leafhopper, Macrosteles fascifrons (Stal), is described from light and transmission electron microscopy. The maxillary stylets are about 1/5 longerExpand
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Mycoplasma-like bodies in the saliva of the leafhopper Macrosteles fascifrons (Stål) (Homoptera:Cicadellidae).
A method of feeding leafhoppers on agar to detect microorganisms in their saliva was developed and used with groups of six-spotted leafhoppers, Macrosteles fascifrons (Stal), transmitting aster yel...
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MYCOPLASMA-LIKE BODIES, RICKETTSIA-LIKE BODIES, AND SALIVARY BODIES IN THE SALIVARY GLANDS AND SALIVA OF THE LEAFHOPPER MACROSTELES FASCIFRONS (HOMOPTERA: CICADELLIDAE)
Examination of the salivary glands and the saliva of the six-spotted leafhopper, Macrosteles fascifrons (Stal), with the transmission electron microscope revealed three kinds of membrane-limitedExpand
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LEAFHOPPER TRANSMISSION OF WITCHES' BROOM AND CLOVER PHYLLODY VIRUSES FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA TO CLOVER, ALFALFA, AND POTATO
The leafhoppers, Scleroracus dasidus Med. and Scleroracus balli Med., transmitted witches' broom virus from clover and alfalfa to clover, alfalfa, and potato; and from potato to clover, but not fromExpand
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THE SALIVARY SYRINGE OF THE LEAFHOPPER MACROSTELES FASCIFRONS (HOMOPTERA: CICADELLIDAE) AND THE OCCURRENCE OF MYCOPLASMA-LIKE ORGANISMS IN ITS DUCTS
The morphology and fine structure of the salivary syringe and its associated ducts of the six-spotted leafhopper, Macrosteles fascifrons (Stal), are described and illustrated from sections studied inExpand
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Control of dasystoma salicellum, a new pest of blueberries in british columbia
A leafroller, Dasystoma salicellum Hbn. (Lepidoptera:Oecophoridae), recorded on this continent only from Lulu Island, B.C., in 1955, became a pest m 1962 when the larvae were found infesting theExpand
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Chemical control of the raspberry root borer, Bembecia marginata (Harr.), on loganberry in British Columbia.
A single spray of 25 per cent Diazinon emulsible concentrate applied as a drench to loganberry crowns in March, April or October against early instar larvae of the raspberry root borer, BembeciaExpand
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