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Inoculativity of Leafhopper Vectors of Stubborn Disease in California

@inproceedings{Oldfield1984InoculativityOL,
  title={Inoculativity of Leafhopper Vectors of Stubborn Disease in California},
  author={G. Oldfield and D. Sullivan and E. Calavan},
  year={1984}
}
Leafhoppers collected in citrus growing districts and elsewhere in California were tested for the presence of the citrus stubborn pathogen, Spiroplasma citri Saglio et al., either by feeding them on Madagascar periwinkle plants or by culturing. Although field-collected Scaphytopius nitridus (DeLong) and Scaphytopius acutus delongi (Young) (both of which reproduce on citrus and transmit S. citri in the laboratory) were often encountered, only Circulifer tenellus (Baker) frequently harbored and… Expand
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