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Master of Science (MS)
B. A. Haws
The clover seed chalcid Bruchophagus gibbus as it is presently classified, was originally described by Howard, in 1879 as Eurytoma funebris Howard. Kolobova reported different races of chalcid on clover and alfalfa in Russia. Studies are presently being conducted in the United States to see if these are applicable to our fauna.
Tilley, Keith C., "Fluctuations of the Clover Seed Chalcid, Bruchophagus gibbus (BOH.), and Other Alfalfa Insect Populations in Cache Valley, Utah During the Summer of 1958" (1960). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 4794.
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