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THE NATURAL ENEMIES OF BAGWORMS ON OIL PALMS IN SABAH , EAST MALAYSIA

@inproceedings{T2006THENE,
  title={THE NATURAL ENEMIES OF BAGWORMS ON OIL PALMS IN SABAH , EAST MALAYSIA},
  author={T. and R. A.},
  year={2006}
}
Three species of bagworms, Mahasena corbetti Tams, Metisa plana Wlk. and Cremastopsyche pendula Joannis, are major pests of oil palms in Sabah. Parasites recorded from these and other Psychids during 1969 and 1970 were: Apanteles sp., Aulosaphes sp., Echthromorpha agrestoria Swed., Xanthopimpla sp., Sympiesis sp., Pediobius sp., Eozenillia equatorialis Towns., Palexorista solennis (Wlk.) and Sarcophaga sp. from M. corbetti; Apanteles metesae Nixon, Eupelmus catoxanthae Ferr. and Eozenillia… Expand
Entomofaunal diversity of Hymenoptera in FELDA Besout 6 oil palm plantation

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