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What does SACT stand for?

SACT stands for South African Citrus Thrips


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Molecular relationships between populations of South African citrus thrips (Scirtothripsaurantii Faure) in South Africa and Queensland, Australia.
Image Recruiting List - Thysanoptera Return to Main Image Recruitment Page; South African citrus thrips: Scirtothrips aurantii: Thripidae: 2: No: Yes: chilli thrips...
Mate recognition in the South African citrus thrips Scirtothrips aurantii (Faure) and cross-mating tests with populations from Australia and South Africa
South African citrus thrips Scirtothrip aurantii Faure 15. Colorado potato beetle Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say 16. Granary weevil Sitophilus granarius...
Scirtothrips aurantii Faure. Original name and synonyms; South African citrus thrips. Biological data Life history. Breeding on young tissues of leaves and fruits.
Garms, B.J., Mound, L.A. & Schellhorn, N.A. (2013) Polyphagy in the Australian population of South African citrus thrips (Scirtothrips aurantii Faure).
Methyl bromide has been used as a treatment against numerous quarantine pests found in the; South African citrus thrips (Scirtothrips aurantii Faure).
Information relating to the South African citrus thrips, the damage they can cause and how they spread
Exotic Pest Alert: South African citrus thrips. Plant Biosecurity Orange ; Exotic Pest Alert: South African citrus thrips Author: Plant Biosecurity Orange
South African citrus thrips. Similar species. other species of Scirtothrips. Distribution. United States: not known to occur; Citrus Pests June...
South African citrus thrips Scirtothrips aurantii Faure, 1929: View Information; View Details; View Thumbnails; Jump to: Selected Images | Taxonomy |
Sampling of South African Citrus Thrips (Scirtothrips aurantii Faure) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) Across Host Plant Species in South Africa
The South African Citrus Thrips (Scirtothrips aurantii) in Queensland is highly polyphagous, and does not show strong preferences for its only recorded host in the field.