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Impact of an introduced pest thrips on the indigenous natural history and agricultural systems of southern Italy

@inproceedings{Marullo2003ImpactOA,
  title={Impact of an introduced pest thrips on the indigenous natural history and agricultural systems of southern Italy},
  author={R. Marullo},
  year={2003}
}
  • R. Marullo
  • Published 2003
  • Introduction Frankliniella occidentalis, a species of the Family Thripidae that includes many thrips of economic importance, has a neartic origin, presumably in the south west of North America. It was introduced into Europe during the second half of the 1980’s, through the horticultural trade in living plants. The first records for Italy reported damage to ornamentals (saintpaulia, chrysanthemum, carnation and geranium) in greenhouses, in the north-western coast of the peninsula (Liguria). In… CONTINUE READING
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