Does the Number of Diapausing Eggs Laid on Bark Affect the Population Dynamics of the Spider Mite Panonychus mori?

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We studied the relationship between number of diapausing eggs produced by the spider mite Panonychus mori and the subsequent population trend for a period of 3 years. Panonychus mori showed a single population density peak on its host plant moonseed, Cocculus trilobus. The position and height of this peak were correlated with the density of diapausing eggs… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10493-006-0019-x

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@article{Gotoh2006DoesTN, title={Does the Number of Diapausing Eggs Laid on Bark Affect the Population Dynamics of the Spider Mite Panonychus mori?}, author={Tetsuo Gotoh and Yuichi Higo and Tomotsugu Fujita and Shikoh Kasuga}, journal={Experimental & Applied Acarology}, year={2006}, volume={39}, pages={75-83} }