By H. F. VAN EMDEN, V. F. EASTOP, R. D. HUGHES, AND M. J. WAY University of Reading Horticï¿½!ltural Research Laboratories, Shinfield Reading, Berks., England; British Museum (Natural History), London, England; Division of Entomology, C.s.I.R.O., Canberra, Australia; and Department of Zoology, Imperial College, London, England This review has been suggested by the Scientific Committee of the InÂ ternational B iological Programme as part of a project on the pop u l ation dyÂ namics and biological control of Myzus persicae. In order to contain this review within a reasonable number of pages, information on transmission of virus diseases is virtually omitted; it could easily form a review of equal length. Work on other aphids which is relevant to the ecology of M. persiÂ cae has been included in sections where knowledge of M. persicae is lacking or inadequate. A fabae, few insect species seem very well adapted to exploit the ephemeral (Aphis gossypii, A. craccivora and Rhopalosiphon maidis as well as other grass aphids) or of almost world-wide importance (Brevicoryne brassicae, Macrosiphum euphorbiae, Myzus persicae) (2). M. persicae is outstanding in distribution, in host plant range (57, 67, 81, 103,148, 149,221,389,422,428,432,444, 525), and as a pest which causes
Annual Review of Entomology – Annual Reviews
Published: Jan 1, 1969
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