Seasonal occurrence of resident parasitoids associated with Drosophila suzukii in two small fruit production regions of Italy and the USA / Miller, Betsey; Anfora, Gianfranco; Buffington, Matt; Daane, Kent M.; Dalton, Daniel T.; Hoelmer, Kim M.; Valerio Rossi Stacconi, M.; Grassi, Alberto; Ioriatti, Claudio; Loni, Augusto; Miller, Jeffrey C.; Ouantar, M’Bark; Wang, Xingeng; Wiman, Nik G.; Walton, Vaughn M.. - In: BULLETIN OF INSECTOLOGY. - ISSN 1721-8861. - 68:2(2015), pp. 255-263.

Seasonal occurrence of resident parasitoids associated with Drosophila suzukii in two small fruit production regions of Italy and the USA

Anfora, Gianfranco;Ioriatti, Claudio;
2015

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Miller, Betsey; Anfora, Gianfranco; Buffington, Matt; Daane, Kent M.; Dalton, Daniel T.; Hoelmer, Kim M.; Valerio Rossi Stacconi, M.; Grassi, Alberto; Ioriatti, Claudio; Loni, Augusto; Miller, Jeffrey C.; Ouantar, M’Bark; Wang, Xingeng; Wiman, Nik G.; Walton, Vaughn M.
Seasonal occurrence of resident parasitoids associated with Drosophila suzukii in two small fruit production regions of Italy and the USA / Miller, Betsey; Anfora, Gianfranco; Buffington, Matt; Daane, Kent M.; Dalton, Daniel T.; Hoelmer, Kim M.; Valerio Rossi Stacconi, M.; Grassi, Alberto; Ioriatti, Claudio; Loni, Augusto; Miller, Jeffrey C.; Ouantar, M’Bark; Wang, Xingeng; Wiman, Nik G.; Walton, Vaughn M.. - In: BULLETIN OF INSECTOLOGY. - ISSN 1721-8861. - 68:2(2015), pp. 255-263.
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