Pesticide Science (1999) 55, 660-662

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Antony M. Hooper, Jude A. Bennison, Mark C. Luszniak, John A. Pickett, Eleanor M. Pow and Lester J. Wadhams (1999)
Verbena × hybrida flower volatiles attractive to Western flower thrips, Frankliniella occidentalis
Pesticide Science 55 (6), 660-662
Abstract: Western flower thrips (WFT) are attracted to three flowering verbena cultivars. The volatile components of these cultivars contain different enantiomers of linalool oxide which have been synthesised and one shown to be attractive to WFT.
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Database assignments for author(s): John A. Pickett, Antony M. Hooper, Jude Bennison

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Frankliniella occidentalis