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Systematic & Applied Acarology(2007) 12, 81–83.
A technique to study fungal diseases in and to isolate the causal organisms fromAceria guerreronis, with special reference to Hirsutella thompsonii infection
P. SREERAMA KUMAR
Project Directorate of Biological Control, P. B. No. 2491, H. A. Farm Post, Hebbal, Bellary Road, Bangalore 560 024, India. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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Kumar, P.S. (2002) Development of a biopesticide for the coconut mite in India. In: Proceedings of the British Crop Protection Conference - Pests and Diseases Vol. 1. Brighton, UK, British Crop Protection Council. pp. 335–340.
Kumar, P.S. & Anuroop, C.P. (2004) A method to test the pathogenicity of fungi to Aceria guerreronis with particular reference to Hirsutella thompsonii. Systematic and Applied Acarology, 9, 11–14.
Kumar, P.S., Singh, S.P. & Gopal, T.S. (2001) Natural incidence of Hirsutella thompsonii Fisher on the coconut eriophyid mite, Aceria guerreronis Keifer in certain districts of Karnataka and Tamil Nadu in India. Journal of Biological Control, 15(2), 151–156.
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