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Black locust gall midge (Obolodiplosis robiniae), new pest on black locust trees and first record of parasitoid Platygaster robinae in Croatia.

  title={Black locust gall midge (Obolodiplosis robiniae), new pest on black locust trees and first record of parasitoid Platygaster robinae in Croatia.},
  author={Milan Pernek and Dinka Mato{\vs}evi{\'c}},
  journal={Sumarski List},
U radu je utvrđena prisutnost bagremove muhe siskarice (Obolo diplosis robinae) na podrucju Hrvatske, novog stetnika na bagremu. Registri ran je i parazitoid Platygaster robiniae, sto je prvi nalaz ove vrste na podrucju Hrvatske. Pracena je biologija bagremove muhe siskarice (razvojni sta diji, broj licinki u siski, postotak parazitiranosti). Bagremova muha siskarica stvara karakteristicna ostecenja na palisticima bagrema-siske. Broj licinki po siski prosjecno je iznosio 2, a kretao se od 1 do… 

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