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THE NATURAL ENEMIES OF LOCUSTS Fig

@inproceedings{Mcmartin2009THENE,
  title={THE NATURAL ENEMIES OF LOCUSTS Fig},
  author={A. Mcmartin},
  year={2009}
}
Fig. T. Redwing Locust, dead from Beauucria globlllifera. (Natural size). that death occurs about six to eight days after infection. The infected insect ceases feeding, wanders aimlessly about, and just before death hides in a shady spot on or near the ground. The bottom of the cane stools are favourite places. After death, the whole of the inside of the insect is full of a white growth of fungus, which shortly pushes its way through the thin membranes between the segments of the abdomen, and… 

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