EPILACHNA CHRYSOMELINA PDF
Common name: Melon ladybird beetle Products: (PLure) (PTrap Pack) ( PTrap). Epilachna chrysomelina is a species of insects with 1 observation. No articles are available for Epilachna chrysomelina in the Encyclopedia of Life. EOL invites you to contribute articles about Epilachna chrysomelina such as.
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Additional damage is due to the transmission of squash mosaic virus by the beetle, a disease manifested by misshapen fruits, leaf blistering, yellowing and distortions.
Naudin, a long, slender fruit, was preferred by E. Insecta, HolometabolaColeopteraCoccinellidae. It damages mainly melons, cucumbers, pumpkins, and vegetable marrows. Adults have diurnal activity and fly very well. Adults hibernate under the litter in fields or under rush, where sometimes hundreds of beetles per 1 plant are aggregated. Archives of Phytopathology and Plant Protection Damaged melon and gourd fruits keep badly, decaying in days.
It gives generations. Pronotum without spots; each elytra with 6 black points, of which posterior sometimes merged into V-bend. Mature larva is This image was originally posted to Flickr by gailhampshire at https: Fertility is about eggs.
The pest usually raises annual generations.
The pest sometimes entirely consumes seedlings of the melons and gourds of late sowings. Larva yellow-green, about mm long, the dorsum covered with several longitudinal rows of branched setae.
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The pest damages in adult and larval stages during all vegetation of host plants. Contributions to the biology of Epilachna chrysomclina in Israel. Watermelon is damaged in a lesser degree. Life history traits of melon ladybeetle, Epilachna chrysomelina Col.: The pest was relatively less fecund on cucumber, suggesting options for resistance breeding. This page was last edited on 14 Juneat The literature reports about Epilachna chrysomelina harming activity on cotton are probably erroneous.
Data on biology and ecology of Epilachna chrysomelina F. Number of pests and entomophages of vegetable cultures and potato in different agricultural zones of the USSR.
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Laboratory evaluation of certain natural compounds against the melon ladybird beetle, Epilachna chrysomelina F. About biology of Epilachna chrysomelina F. If the file has been modified from its original state, some details such as the timestamp may not fully reflect those of the original file.
Fauna and biology of the beetles injuring agricultural plants in Azerbaijan. Maximum rate of the oviposition occurs in the 2nd half of May.
Epipleura is wide and flat. Adults mm long, red-brown, dorsum with short hairs, each elytron with 6 black points.
Shoulders widely rounded, tibiae simple. It was reviewed on 23 July by FlickreviewR and was confirmed to be licensed under the terms of the cc-by Body length, mm.
Coccinellidaeon four host plant species. Journal of Entomological Society of Iran Control measures include removal of plant residues after harvesting, autumn plowing, and crop rotation. Pupation occurs on leaves and pupa develops days. They feed on some weeds, too, including dandelion, goose-foot, and bindweed. Most injury caused by chrysomslina pest is to young melons, cucumbers and pumpkins. Identity of viruses affecting cucurbits in Israel. Retrieved from ” https: The adults feed on the same hosts, sometimes aggregating in hundreds on the plants.
Female lays eggs on the lower surface of host plant leaf. Various cucurbits Cucurbitaceaelike melons, water melons, snake melons and gourds.
Epilachna chrysomelina. Coccinellidae | gailhampshire | Flickr
Larvae and adults gnaw parenchyma on the lower leaf surface and rind of young melon or cucumber. Arab Journal of Plant Protection 9: Spring activity begins in middle or last thirds of April, after appearance of early melon or gourd seedlings. Egg the same as egg of Coccinella septempunctata, but not darkening before hatching. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Larva has 4 instars, developing days. Body widely ovate, mainly red-brownish; metathorax black; dorsum covered with short hairs.