COTESIA FLAVIPES PDF
Summary. Releases of the parasitoid Cotesia flavipes have been carried out since late in Colombia’s Cauca River Valley to complement other biological . Cotesia is a genus of Braconid wasps. Some species parasitize caterpillars of species considered as pests. Thus they are used as biocontrol agents. Cotesia. (Lepidoptera: Crambidae), used in producing the parasitoid, Cotesia flavipes Cameron (Hymenoptera: Braconidae), is representative of the problems faced by .
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Braconidae for biological control of the sugarcane borer Diatrpa saccharalis Fabr. Most morphological descriptions of cotesiq are based on adults, with little attention paid to the immatures.
Suitability of African gramineous stemborers for development of Cotesia flavipes and C. Unsatisfactory results caused by poor quality of control agents may result in negative publicity for the method and jeopardize a program in which many years of research were invested [ cotesua ].
Elsevier Science Publishers; Endoparasitic Hymenoptera larvae may also show external traits that represent adaptations to the environments they exploit, and both structures observed on the body surface of C.
Insect Science and its Application, 12 Discussion The severity with which the effects of inbreeding are exhibited in a population is closely related to the reproduction type of a species [ 23 ]. Behaviour of the sugar-cane borer, Diatrpa spp. Get Access Get Access. Each biological characteristic was analyzed separately independent fixed variables, treatment and time; random variable, and replicates within treatmentand an appropriate covariance structure for each characteristic was used [ 21 ].
cotesoa Evaluation of the economic advantages of 10years of biological control of Diatraea spp. Quality of Cotesia flavipes Hymenoptera: Review of Suisse Zoology Cotesia flavipes para o controle de Diatraea saccharalis. Although some significant differences between populations and over the generations have been observed in this study, these results were not sufficient to indicate deleterious effects of the inbreeding process.
The evolution of inbreeding in haplodiploid organisms In: Infection by Nosema sp. After forty years since the beginning of the biological control program with C. Male survival of Cotesia flavipes from a population subjected to inbreeding and a control population.
Studies on host plant preference of Cotesia flavipes Cameron Hymenoptera: Population dynamics of stalk borers attacking corn and sorghum in the Texas Rio Grande Valley. J Heredity ; Arrhenotoky, the hymenopteran way of determining sex. Evolutionary genetics of the Hymenoptera.
Intraseasonal changes in populations of the African stem borer Busseola fusca Fuller Lepidoptera: Environmental Entomology, 21 5: Nutrient absorption by the anal vesicle of the braconid wasp, Microplitis croceipes.
Specific status and separation of Apanteles of the sub-group cotesiz Hym.: Microsporidian infection Nosema sp. Sem Cell Dev Biol. The distribution of hosts and the habits of the larval parasitoid have great influence on the frequency with which inbreeding can occur naturally.
Management of Sesamia grisescens Walker Lep.: Phoridaean endoparasitoid of the red imported fire ant Hymenoptera: In this type of mechanism, the sex locus X binds to an active product in the egg or zygote. Gifford and Mann, ; Macedo et al. SAS Institute Inc; Inbreeding and outbreeding In: Geographic variation in male courtship acoustic and genetic divergence of populations of the Cotesia flavipes species complex.
Newly hatched larvae are caudate-mandibulate, assuming a hymenopteriform shape later in their development. Overall, the present results concerning the flaviles characteristics of both sexes are similar to those obtained in other studies. Experiments upon respiration in the larvae of certain parasitic hymenoptera. The pathogen is transmitted from host to parasitoids and parasitoids to hosts.
Abdomen, dorsal view; c, e. Biological control of insect pests by insect parasitoids and predators: The introduction of a species of parasitoid in Brazil may take up to a year, which makes it difficult to conduct this research.