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Author(s): Dömötör, L-né & Aradi, M. P.
Title: Élelmiszereink állati kártevőkkel való szennyezettsége
Title: On the contamination of food products by insect pests
Year: 1969
Volume: 2
Pages: 245-256.

Abstract: The authors discuss the contamination by insect pests of food samples investigated by the Institute for Public Health and Epidemiology, Budapest and the National Foodstuff Research Institute during 1958-1967. Nine per cent of 4059 food products examined had been spoiled by insect pests. The most frequent pests of stored products were the grain beetle, the mealworm, the flour beetle, the granary, rice, and bean weevils, the cadelle and the drugstore beetle, the tallow beetle, the red-legged ham beetle, the dried fruit beetle, the cereal and dried fruit moths, especially the Indian meal moth, the fruit scale insects, mainly the San José scale, and the Asiatic and American cockroaches.

Journal: Parasitologia Hungarica
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ISSN: 0303-688X
Publisher: Népművelési Propaganda Iroda, Budapest
Editor(s): Kassai, T., Nemes, I. & Kralovánszky, A.