Biological characteristics of Autographa gamma L. on tobacco. Vasilev, L. & Todorovski, B. Acta Entomologica Jugoslavica, 10(1/2):77–84, 1974.
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Larvae of Autographa gamma (L.) caused considerable damage to tobacco seedlings in the region of Prilep, Yugoslavia, in 1958. The studies showed that the moth has three generations a year in the region and during the summer the larval and pupal stages last about 13 and 7-9 days, respectively. The larvae overwinter in the soil. Females laid averages of 146-637 eggs each on the lower surface of the leaves of tobacco and other wild and cultivated plants.
@article{vasilev_biological_1974,
	title = {Biological characteristics of {Autographa} gamma {L}. on tobacco.},
	volume = {10},
	issn = {0350-5510},
	abstract = {Larvae of Autographa gamma (L.) caused considerable damage to tobacco seedlings in the region of Prilep, Yugoslavia, in 1958. The studies showed that the moth has three generations a year in the region and during the summer the larval and pupal stages last about 13 and 7-9 days, respectively. The larvae overwinter in the soil. Females laid averages of 146-637 eggs each on the lower surface of the leaves of tobacco and other wild and cultivated plants.},
	number = {1/2},
	journal = {Acta Entomologica Jugoslavica},
	author = {Vasilev, LS and Todorovski, BV},
	year = {1974},
	pages = {77--84}
}

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