Über eine neue Schizogregarinen-Krankheit der Gattung Mattesia Naville (Sporoz., Dischizae) des Zottigen Fichtenborkenkäfers, Dryocoetes autographus Ratz. (Coleopt, Scolytidae)

  • K. Purini
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On a new Schizogregarian disease from Genus Mattesia Nav. of Dryocoetes autographus Ratz (Coleopt., Scolytidae)

A new pathogen belonging to GenusMattesia Nav. was found in the Villous Spruce Bark Beetle,Dryocoetes autographus Ratz. near Berchtesgaden (Bavarian Alps) in 1976. Up to this time no species of this Genus has been found in the Order Coleoptera except ofMattesia grandisMclaughlin, 1965, inAnthonomus grandis Boh. (Col., Curculionidae) and of certain pests of stored products (table 1). In consideration of scarce material the study of this new pathogen has not been completed.

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  • K. Purini
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  1. 1.Institut für angewandte ZoologieMünchen 40

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