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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 of… Expand
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 longer… Expand
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...
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-limited… Expand
LEAFHOPPER TRANSMISSION OF WITCHES' BROOM AND CLOVER PHYLLODY VIRUSES FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA TO CLOVER, ALFALFA, AND POTATO
- J. Raine
- 1 April 1967
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 from… Expand
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 in… Expand
Control of dasystoma salicellum, a new pest of blueberries in british columbia
- J. Raine
- 22 April 1965
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 the… Expand
Local planning . The effects of town and country planning in Britain
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, Bembecia… Expand