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Apterous Viviparous FemalesApterae (wingless female adults) are relatively small to medium-sized, with an oval body, 1.4-2.4 mm in length. They...

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Cover for Brassica oleracea var. gemmifera (Brussels sprouts)

Brussels sprouts (B. oleracea Group Gemmifera), a herbaceous dicot biennial, are a cool-season, frost-tolerant crop. The origin of the Brussels...

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Cover for Brassica oleracea var. gongylodes (kohlrabi)

Kohlrabi is a low and stout cool-season biennial with a short stem that enlarges just above the ground into an edible shapely 'tuber' or swollen...

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EggThe eggs are round or slightly dome-shaped with ridges. They are pearly or silvery white and are laid singly, usually on the undersides of...

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Cover for Brassica oleracea var. viridis (collards)

Kale (Brassica oleracea var. viridis), a member of the cabbage family, is a hardy leafy crop that is grown as an annual throughout Europe, USA,...

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EggsEggs are laid in clusters and held together by a gelatinous glue. The colour of egg mass is green on the first day turning to reddish-brown after...

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EggsEggs are ribbed and about 0.45 mm high. Newly laid eggs are whitish yellow and become darker as hatching approaches.LarvaeThe general body colour...

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EggsThe egg of Pieris rapae is pale yellow and about 1 mm long. It is twice as high as it is wide, giving it a spindle shaped appearance. It has a...

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Adult The adult is greyish brown with a 9-mm-long body and a wingspan of about 12-15 mm (Anonymous, 1983; Reid and Cuthbert, 1971). In males, upper...

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Eggs The eggs are spherical, somewhat flattened, and 0.6 mm in diameter. They are usually pale orange-brown or pink in colour, laid in batches and...

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