Plant and host effects on the leafroller parasitoid Dolichogenidia tasmanica

@inproceedings{Suckling2001PlantAH,
  title={Plant and host effects on the leafroller parasitoid Dolichogenidia tasmanica},
  author={David Maxwell Suckling and G. M. Burnip and Andrew R. Gibb and Joseph Michael Daly and Karen F. Armstrong},
  year={2001}
}
Parasitism by the braconid wasp Dolichogenidia tasmanica of first instar larvae of the lightbrown apple moth Epiphyas postvittana, established on four different species of potted host plants, was assessed after 2 weeks of field exposure in an apple orchard. Parasitism varied significantly between larval host plants (apple 58%, broom 59%, clover 30%, poplar 19% ). Parasitism on potted apple seedlings of the co-evolutionary host, E. postvittana, was compared in a field trial with that of two… CONTINUE READING

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