THE SOUTH AFRICAN LOCUST FUNGUS

@inproceedings{Mcmartin2009THESA,
  title={THE SOUTH AFRICAN LOCUST FUNGUS},
  author={A. Mcmartin},
  year={2009}
}
The disease among locusts caused by the fungus Empusa grylli is by now well known to those who have been visited by this pest. Itwas first .noticed by the writer in March, 1934, in a last-stage hopper, and though search was made for other specimens in the same swarm tor a few days, none put this isolated case could be found. Towards the end of April cases became more numerous, but it wasnot till the middle of June that the disease could be said to be becoming prevalent, and reports began to… 
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