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The spatial distribution of spring and summer populations of the potato flea beetle, Epitrix cucumeris (Harris) (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae), on potatoes (“Superior” variety) was studied in 1987 and 1988. Slopes of the regression of mean crowding on the mean number of adults per plant were not significantly different from 1.0 except for summer populations in 1988. The y-intercepts of these regression equations were not significantly different from 0, suggesting that adults of the potato flea beetle are not aggregated. The ratios of mean crowding to mean number of adults per plant were 0.81 for spring populations and 1.02 for summer populations, also indicating that the populations were not highly aggregated. With a level of precision of 0.25, 10 samples per plot were appropriate when more than 2.8 adults per plant were present in the spring and when more than 7.2 adults per plant were present in the summer.
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