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

Authors

J. A. Button

Keywords

Insect identification, Insect pest control, Root maggot flies.

First Page Number

559

Last Page Number

562

Abstract

The family of insects to which the root maggot flies belong contains a number of species of economic importance. Some attack cabbages, some beans and peas, and some onions. A number of species have become practically world wide in their distribution, and two, the bean root maggot fly and the onion fly, are troublesome in this State.

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