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Journal of the Department of Agriculture, Western Australia, Series 3

Authors

C F.H Jenkins

Keywords

Fuller's rose weevil, Weevil, Pantomorus godmani crotch, Pest, Entomology, Insect

First Page Number

81

Last Page Number

86

Abstract

Fuller's rose weevil is a comparatively recent pest to reach Western Australia and so far its activities have only been reported from one or two restricted areas. It is such a serious pest, however, and has such a wide distribution over the globe that all orchardists should be on guard against the beetle and should be prepared to carry out control measures immediately the insect is detected.

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