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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Brokenbacked bug, adult, tips of wings are bent down to give the 'broken-back' appearance.. Adults are smaller (4-5 mm long) but stouter than green mirids and are light green with brown flecks on the inner wings, with the outer wings predominantly brown... Wing tips are bent down at 45 giving the 'broken-back' appearance...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Brokenbacked bug, adult, tips of wings are bent down to give the 'broken-back' appearance.. Adults are smaller (4-5 mm long) but stouter than green mirids and are light green with brown flecks on the inner wings, with the outer wings predominantly brown... Wing tips are bent down at 45 giving the 'broken-back' appearance...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Brokenbacked bug, adult, tips of wings are bent down to give the 'broken-back' appearance.. Adults are smaller (4-5 mm long) but stouter than green mirids and are light green with brown flecks on the inner wings, with the outer wings predominantly brown... Wing tips are bent down at 45 giving the 'broken-back' appearance...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Photograph of a true wireworm larva showing dark, flattened head #N/A.. Adults shelter in refuges for several weeks, then move into the soil, where they may be found to a depth of 7 cm... Three to four weeks after emergence, females lay eggs either singly on the soil surface or in batches of 10-15 eggs in crevices to 5 cm deep in the soil...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Photograph of a true wireworm larva showing dark, flattened head #N/A.. Adults shelter in refuges for several weeks, then move into the soil, where they may be found to a depth of 7 cm... Three to four weeks after emergence, females lay eggs either singly on the soil surface or in batches of 10-15 eggs in crevices to 5 cm deep in the soil...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Photograph of a true wireworm larva showing dark, flattened head #N/A.. Adults shelter in refuges for several weeks, then move into the soil, where they may be found to a depth of 7 cm... Three to four weeks after emergence, females lay eggs either singly on the soil surface or in batches of 10-15 eggs in crevices to 5 cm deep in the soil...
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