Notes on the Biology of the Cotton Pruner Chalcodermus bondari Marshall

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The cotton pruner, Chalcodermus bondari Marshall, was described as a new species in 1927 from specimens sent to the British Museum by Bondar (1927) from Bahia, Brazil. It has been found damaging cotton throughout the state of Pernambuco and as far south as the Chaco region in the Argentine.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: February 1, 1939

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