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Bamboo-Feeding Leafhoppers in China [Chinese]

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Xiang-Sheng Chen(Author), Lin Yang(Author), Zi-Zhong Li(Author)
218 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings
Bamboo-Feeding Leafhoppers in China [Chinese]
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Language: Chinese with English summary

In this book, species diversity, host plant, geographical distribution, occurence, damages and control of bamboo-feeding leafhoppers in China are reported for the first time in details.

It consists of the following six sections:
Section one, research history and current situation
Section two, 8 subfamilies, 58 genera, 123 species are described
Section three, the damage of 123 bamboo-feeding species is reported.
Section four, biological characteristics of Anaka burmensis are reported
Section five, the contact toxicity and efficacy in field of several pestcides on adult of A. burmensis are reported
Section six, control measures are given.

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: Xiang-Sheng Chen(Author), Lin Yang(Author), Zi-Zhong Li(Author)
218 pages, colour photos, b/w line drawings
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