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The brown planthopper (BPH), Nilaparvata lugens (Stå;l), which belongs to Homopteran, Delphacidae, is one of the most serious and destructive pests of rice. Feeding BPH with homologous dsRNA in vitro can lead to the death of BPH, which gives a valuable clue to the prevention and control of this pest, however, we know little about its small RNA world. Methodology/Principal Findings: Small RNA libraries for three developmental stages of BPH (CX-male adult, CC-female adult, CY-last instar femaledoi:10.1371/journal.pone.0032860 pmid:22412935 pmcid:PMC3295781 fatcat:iozy6yrztzaxbdx2yx4aib6uji