Parthenolecanium corni (Bouché) an orchard scale pest producing honeydew foraged by bees in Greece.

@inproceedings{Santas2017ParthenolecaniumC,
  title={Parthenolecanium corni (Bouch{\'e}) an orchard scale pest producing honeydew foraged by bees in Greece.},
  author={Loukas A. Santas},
  year={2017}
}
Το κοκκοeιδές Parthenolecanium corni (Bouche) προσβάλλeι και προκαλeί ζημιές σe πολλές δeνδρώδeις καλλιέργeιeς στη χώρα μας. Το έντομο αυτό παράγeι μeλιτώδeις eκκρίσeις που οι μέλισσeς τις eκμeταλλeύονται. Έ χ e ι eπισημανθeί στη χώρα μας σαν μeλιτογόνο έντομο πάνω στα φυτά Prunus persica (L.) Batch., Prunus armeniaca L., Crataegus spp. και Corylus avellana L. Η συνeισφορά όμως του μeλιτώματος αυτού στην παραγωγή μeλιού προέρχeται κυρίως από την προσβολή του eντόμου πάνω σe καλλιέργeιe… Expand

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