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Nematologische Untersuchungen an Hopfen. Ii. Zur Morphologie Und Biologie Von Heterodera Humuli Filipjev, 1934

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Heterodera humuli FILIPJEV, 1934, is regularly found in the hop centres of Hallertau, Spalt, Hersbruck and Tettnang (Southern Germany). Measurements of cysts, larvae and eggs are given and they agree well with those of other authors. The larvae appear in soil samples mainly in April and May, but continue to be found in a smaller number until September. The first ripe cysts are found towards the end of July.

Affiliations: 1: Bayer. Landesanstalt für Pflanzenbau und Pflanzenschutz, München, Deutschland


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