Aphis fabae

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blackish aphid that infests e

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2011) reported Disaphis lappe and Aphis fabae damaging Silybum marianum, a medicinal weed crop in Iran and Greece.
Thus, in the parcel of chickpea Flip 90/13C, the species Rhopalosiphum padi, Aphis craccivora, Aphis gossypii, Aphis fabae and Acyrthosiphon pisum are found with abundances of respectively 40%, 31%, 15%, 10% and 4% (Fig.
The analysis and reconstruction of diurnal flight curves in alienicolae of Aphis fabae Stop.
fabae are recorded that each utilize only one of two of the host plants used in this study, Aphis fabae fabae thriving on broad bean (Vicia faba) but not garden nasturtium (Tropaeolum majus), whereas Aphis fabae mordvilkoi only successfully reproduces on garden nasturtium and not broad bean (Muller 1988).
and four different aphid species (spinach aphid, Aphis fabae Scopoli; coriander aphid, Hyadaphis coriandri (Das); cabbage aphid, Brevicoryne brassicae L.
The aphids were Aphis fabae Scopoli, Aphis gossypii Glover and Myzus persicae (Sulzer) (Hemiptera: Aphididae).
Aphis craccivora Koch on Hibiscus esculentus, Nikshahr-Lashar, 30 April 2003; Aphis fabae Scopoli on Callendula officinalis, Isfahan, 30 October 2004; on Solanum nigrum, Karaj, 5 December 2004; Aphis gossypii Glover on Catalpa bignonioides, Tehran-Peykanshahr, 18 May 2003; on Hibiscus esculentus, Nikshahr-Lashar, 30 April 2003; on Malva neglecta, Zahedan, 6 April 2005; Aphis nerii Boyer de Fonscolombe on Nerium oleander, Iranshahr, 11 March 2003; Tehran, 23 November 2003; Zahedan, 24 March 2003; Aphis umbrella (Borner) on Malva neglecta, Ahvaz, 6 March 2005; Brachycaudus helichrysi (Kaltenbach) on Callendula officinalis, Tehran, 26 April 2003; Tehran-Peykanshahr, 22 April 2004; Zahedan, 1 April 2003; 19 April 2003; Brachycaudus cardui (L.
Aphis fabae Scopoli, 1763 Wille (1952): Aphis papaveris Asparragus officinalis: Celis & Ortiz (1994); Chenopodium murale: Leon Vicente (1992); Datura stromonium: Leon Vicente (1992); Lens sculentum: Leon Vicente (1992); Lycopersicum sculentum: Leon Vicente (1992); Phaseolus lunatus: Celis & Ortiz (1994); Rumex crispus: Leon Vicente (1992); Solanum tuberosum: Leon Vicente (1992); Solanum nigrum: Leon Vicente (1992); Vigna unguiculata: Castillo Carrillo (1994); "Culantro": Wille (1952).
are known to exhibit different color forms, as are evident in Aphis frangulae Kaltenbach (Thomas 1968), Aphis fabae Scopoli (Muller 1979), Aphis triglochinis Theobald (Hille Ris Lambers & Dicker 1965), Aphis schneideri (Born) (Rakauskas & Turcinaviciene 1998) and Aphis odinae Van der Goot (Blackman et al.
APHID SPECIES HOST HOST ALTERNATION SPECIFICITY Aphis craccivora Polyphagous Monoecious/Heteroecious (1) Koch Aphis fabae Polyp hagous Strictly Monoecious (1) Scopoli Aphis gossypii Polyphagous Monoecious/Heteroecious (1) Glover Aphis hederae Monophagous Strictly Monoecious (2) Kaltenbach Aphis nerii Oligophagous Strictly Monoecious (1) Boyer de Fonscolombe Aphis spiraecola Polyphagous Monoecious/Heteroecious (1) Patch Brachycaudus helichrysi Polyphagous Monoecious/Heteroecious (1) (Kaltenbach) Cinara spp.
However, Stadler & Dixon (1998) observed black bean aphids, Aphis fabae (Scopoli), experience adverse effects when tended by Lasius niger.
Aphis fabae on wild spinach via Aphidius colemani, Rawalpindi, 23-iii-07, 34 and 16; Islamabad, 26-iii-05, 24 and 8; Attock, 29-iii-08, 35 and 16; Khushab, 27-iii-07, 35 and 14.
Dixon and Wratten (1971) demonstrated that individual Aphis fabae Scopoli (Hemiptera: Aphididae) were larger when reared near or within aggregations of conspecifics than when reared alone.
The results described herein are in accordance with Halimona and Jankevica (2011) in which different entomopathogenic fungi were used against Aphis fabae and Metopeurum fuscoviride.