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Modeling embryo development of Sitona discoideus Gyllenhaal (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) under constant temperature.
South Sudan's ambassador to Germany Sitona Abdalla Osman told DW that this did not happen: "The first vice-president was with the president when this incident erupted.
Germany foreign minister Guido Westerwelle shakes hands with South Sudan ambassador in Berlin Sitona Abdalla Osman as Sudan foreign minister Ali Karti looks on (German Foreign Ministry Website)
Variation in isosterase profiles of geographical populations of Beauveria bassiana (Deuteromycotina: Hyphomycetes) isolated from Sitona weevils (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
Scientists found the beetle scybalicus oblongiusculus and the weevil sitona cinerascens, not seen in Britain since the 20s, on a derelict oil plot due to become a business park in Canvey Island, Essex.
The Sitona weevil, less than a millimetre long, is believed to feed on white clover which is valued by farmers as feed for livestock and for its ability to enrich soil with nitrogen.
Sitona lepidis Gyllenhal (Curculionodae) occurred only in the 17 September 1996 sampling, consistent with its very recent accidental introduction to New Zealand and subsequent rapid spread over the previous few months.
Termination of diapause and continuous laboratory rearing of the sweet clover weevil, Sitona cylindricollis.
Field release, establishment and initial dispersal of Irish Microctonus aethiopoides in Sitona lepidus populations in northern New Zealand pastures.
But South Sudan's ambassador to Germany, Sitona Abdalla Osman, has taken up the challenge: "We have a lot of things to show tourists," she told DW with a broad smile on her face at South Sudan's stand at the International Tourism Fair (ITB) in Berlin.
Byers) rated stolons and roots in the laboratory for root damage by Sitona larvae and stolon damage by the blue weevil larvae each month from July to November 1999 and April to November 2000.
Rare ground beetle scybalicus oblongiusculus and weevil sitona cinerascens were found on a derelict oil refinery plot at Canvey Island, Essex.