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Presence of less-preferred hosts of the aphid parasitoids Aphidius ervi and Praon volucre reduces parasitism efficiency

Bibliographic reference Saeed, Muhammad Mubashir ; Raza, Abu Bakar Muhammad ; Afzal, Muhammad ; Aqueel, Anjum ; Farooq, Muhammad ; et. al. Presence of less-preferred hosts of the aphid parasitoids Aphidius ervi and Praon volucre reduces parasitism efficiency. In: Phytoparasitica : Israel journal of plant protection sciences, (2018)
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