A microscopical study of the development ofTrichogramma minutum riley (the egg-parasite of the sugarcane borers in Mysore) and its parasitisation of the eggs ofCorcyra-cephalonica staint (the flour-moth employed in the mass production ofTrichogramma
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KeywordsParasite Density Collodion Adult Parasite Successful Parasitisation Oriental Fruit Moth
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