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Hosts, adult emergence, and distribution of the apple maggot (Diptera, Tephritidae) in Utah
Author(s): D. B. Allred and C. D. Jorgensen
Publication Type: Article
Journal: Pan-Pacific Entomologist
Journal Link: http://www.pcentsoc.org/Pan-Pac.html
Article Topic(s): Pathology
Research Setting(s): Forest
Species Referenced: Prunus americana (American plum),
AbstractThe time to emergence of apple maggot was studied in different host trees in Utah. Time to 50% emergence ranged from 1537 degree days to 3773 degree days.
Suggested CitationD. B. Allred and C. D. Jorgensen. "Hosts, adult emergence, and distribution of the apple maggot (Diptera, Tephritidae) in Utah." Pan-Pacific Entomologist 69.3 (1993): 236-246.
Article LinksISSN: 0031-0603