Fully revised and updated, this new edition of 'Aphid's on the World's Crops' is the only publication to provide non-specialist workers wherever they are in the world, with an identification guide and an information source on one of the main groups of agriculturally important insects. It incorporates: * The latest information on the biology and distribution of both major and minor aphid pest species covering 455 species in 130 genera. * 40 additional crops, bringing the total to almost 300 * More aphid species in the keys * Approximately 500 new references It features those aspects of the biology of aphids most relevant to their taxonomy and identification, followed by a crop-oriented illustrated identification guide. It also includes a comprehensive, systematic account of the genera and species of aphids inhabiting crop plants. Comprehensively written by leading authorities in the world, it includes user-friendly identification keys with many illustrations, a summary of the techniques available for studying aphids, a list of further information sources and a photographic guide to the 150 most economically important species. It will be a reliable and invaluable reference tool for economic, applied and agricultural entomologists at universities, research institutes and advisory centres throughout the world.an identification and information guide Roger L. Blackman, Victor Frank Eastop, Natural History Museum (London, England). Poprawski, T. J. ... Quednau, F. W. and Remaudiere. G. (1994) The ... -100. Radhakrishnan, B. and Muraleedharan. N. (1993) Bioecology of six species of syrphid predators of. ... Rakauskas, R. P. ( 1980) [Aphids of fruit trees and berry-bearing bushes of south-cast Lithuania.] Akademii ... Rao, N. G. and Sastry, K. S. (1990) Relationship of safflower mosaic with .
|Title||:||Aphids on the world's crops|
|Author||:||Roger L. Blackman, Victor Frank Eastop, Natural History Museum (London, England)|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons Inc - 2000|