EARIAS VITTELLA PDF

EARIAS VITTELLA PDF

Earias vittella female (Photo: courtesy of Buck Richardson, Kuranda, Queensland ). The adult moths are off-white with a green or brown stripe along the middle of. Overview. Last modification: Basic information. EPPO code: EARIVI; Preferred name: Earias vittella; Authority: Fabricius. Other scientific names. An artificial diet was developed for mass rearing of the spotted bollworm Earias vittella (Fabricius) in environmentally controlled conditions (27±1°C, 65±5%.

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Krishnamoorthy A; Mani M, Influence of sowing time on the incidence of bollworms and its influence on bollrot complex of cotton. Proceedings of a national symposium on pesticide residues and environmental pollution, Muzaffarnagar, India, Eariqs, Muzaffarnagar, India; Sanatan Dharm College, Studies on natural enemies of cotton bollworms.

Fruit and shoot borer of okra. Key mortality factors of spotted bollworm on cotton.

Saudi Arabia – three insect pests on maize, okra and eggplant. Extensive tunnelling will result in the wilting of the top leaves and the collapse of the apex of the main stem. Further details may be available for individual earrias in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report.

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Scope of parasites in bollworm control. Studies on overlapping generations of Earias vittella Fab. Control of three major bollworm pests of cotton in Pakistan by viytella single application of their combined sex pheromones.

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Title Larva on okra. Reduced damage by Earias spp. Ilango L; Uthamasamy S, Indian Journal of Entomology, 45 4: The larvae usually bore deeply, filling the tunnel opening with excrement.

Coton et Fibres Tropicales, 29 2: Lower pest incidence was found in fields where stumps were removed viittella harvest Sawhney and Nadkarny, Role of exotic and indigenous parasites Trichogramma brasiliensis Ashmead, T. Indian Journal of Entomology, 42 3: Studies on the extent of loss and economics of pest management in okra.

Earias vittella (spiny bollworm)

Environment and Ecology, 25 1: Components of female sex pheromone of spotted bollworm, Earias vittella F. The influence of slow release PVC resin pheromone formulations on the mating behaviour and control of the cotton bollworm complex Lepidoptera: Gujarat Agricultural University Research Journal, 15 1: Journal of Advanced Zoology, 8 2: The whole apex turns blackish-brown and vittekla generally killed.

Arshad M; Quayyoom MA, Studies on Earias spp. Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 31 1: However, subsequently Trichogramma australicum and B. Pests of okra Abelmoschus esculentus Moench.

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Indian Journal of Entomology, 42 1: Damage and excrement-filled tunnels in surviving fruit result in a low market price. Biology of spotted bollworm, Earias vitella Fab. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 47 1: Journal of Chemical Ecology, 14 3: In India, long duration cultivars of cotton alternated with okra supply E. Noctuidaedannosa al cotone, presente anche in Africa Sarias.

The timing of sowing may also help reduce infestation. A review of biological control of insect pests and noxious weeds in Fiji Indian Journal of Plant Protection, 16 2: The biology of the common parasites of Earias fabia Stoll.

Population fluctuation of Earias vittella Fab. Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: Often the literature does not distinguish the losses due to E.

Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities, 9 2: Bulletin of Entomological Research, 83 3: Subsequent surveys suggested that the parasite was becoming established and overwintering was observed. The tunnel often enters vitgella from below, entering at a slight angle to the peduncle Pearson, Noctuidae and Earias vittella Lepidoptera: