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Reprinted from HILGARDIA, 11, Number 11 (September 1938). Pages 635-669; illustrations, tables, charts; bilbiography; paper wrapper. Former owner's stamp "Agricultural Extension Service - Santa Ana". Introduced from the Pacific Islands before 1885 to southern California, it has become a major pest to orange and citrus crops. Deals with the biology of the stages, seasonal activities, economic damage, other species that are companions, and attempts to control it.
Title: The Orange Tortrix, Argyrotaenia Citrana.
Publisher: Berkeley, California, California Agricultural Experiment Station: 1938
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Collectible-Fine
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 9697
Keywords: CITRUS FRUIT, MOTHS, TORTRICIDAE, CALIFORNIA. DK-14