Dysdercus


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a genus of slender long-legged bugs that feed on the developing seeds of cotton and stain it

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Among cotton insect pests, sucking insect pest complex comprising of aphid Aphis gossypii Glover, jassid Amrasca devastans Distant, whitefly Bemisia tabaci Gennadius, thrips Thrips tabaci Lindeman, red cotton bug Dysdercus koenigii Walk and dusky cotton bug Oxycarenus hyalinipennis Costa has been a major challenge to cotton crop production in the Indo-Pak region (Ahmad, 1999; Majeed et al.
Ovicidal activity of plant extracts on Spodoptera litura and Dysdercus koenigii.
Depletion of amino acids and protein in the nymphal haemolymph of the red cotton bug, Dysdercus koenigii (Fab.
N+Ad Pentatomidae Hemiptera/ Edessa N+Ad Pentatomidae meditabunda Hemiptera/ Euschistus N+Ad Pentatomidae heros Hemiptera/ Nezara N+Ad Pentatomidae viridula Hemiptera/ Piezodorus N+Ad Pentatomidae guildini Hemiptera/ Dysdercus sp.
GRANIGE & AHMED (1988) encontraron que plantas de la familia Fabaceae inhiben el crecimiento de los insectos Spodoptera litura (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) y Dysdercus cingulatus (Hemiptera: Pyrrhocoridae).
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de, 1986--Variacao temporal na dieta das especies de Dysdercus (Hemiptera, Pyrrhocoridae) em duas comunidades ruderais.
Jamal and Qamar, (2002) reported the egg production and hatching of female Dysdercus cingulatus emerged from the treated nymph.
Other insects observed on the flowers were thrips (Thripidae), flies (Dipterans), Lepidopterans (butterflies and moths), and Dysdercus sp.
Based on such a behavior, holokinetic chromosomes of the heteropteran insect Dysdercus intermedius were as telokinetic (Motzko & Ruthmann 1984).
Lethality of entomopathogenic fungi on Dysdercus peruvianus (Hemiptera: Pyrrhocoridae)
Sex chromosome evolution in cotton stainers of the genus Dysdercus (Heteroptera: Pyrrhocoridae).