露地ネギ圃場における土着カブリダニ類(ダニ目:カブリダニ科)の発生生態

@article{2017,
  title={露地ネギ圃場における土着カブリダニ類(ダニ目:カブリダニ科)の発生生態},
  author={寛 大井田 and 洋 天野 and 利幸 河名 and 憲 内野},
  journal={Japanese Journal of Applied Entomology and Zoology},
  year={2017},
  volume={61},
  pages={119-129}
}
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