Popillia


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Popillia japonica (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae): a mathematical model of oviposition in heterogeneous agroecosystems.
In addition, another set of vines was damaged early in the season (pea-sized berry) and late in the season (veraison) utilizing two naturally occurring foliar herbivores: the rose chafer, Macrodactylus subspinosus, and the Japanese beetle, Popillia japordca, respectively.
2009) noted that traps placed to capture Japanese beetles, Popillia japonica (Newman) (Coleoptera: Rutelidae), in a soybean field attracted many beetles without capturing all of them, resulting in increased damage to surrounding plants.
Subfamilies are denoted by parenthesis Genus or Order Family subfamily Blattodea Blattidae Periplaneta Coleoptera Scarabaeidae Popillia Scarabaeidae Phylophaga Scarabaeidae Serica Scarabaeidae Euphoria Carabidae Calasoma Elateridae Conoderus Elateridae Melanotus Diptera Tabanidae Tabarnus Heteroptera/ Cicadidae Tibiceri Homoptera Hymenoptera Formicidae (Formicinae) Formicidae Camponotus Formicidae (Myrmicinae) Orthoptera Acrididae Melanoplus Acrididae Dissosteira Tettigonfdae Conocephalus Tettigoniidae Neoconocephalus No.
The beetle, Popillia japonica, is by far the most destructive pest of ornamental and turf plants in the eastern United States, with more than $450 million spent each year to control it and replace damaged plants.
Identification and impact of egg predators of Cyclocephala lurida and Popillia japonica (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) in turfgrass.
The Japanese beetle, Popillia japonica, has recently become the primary insect pest of blueberries in Michigan.
2] per hour than last instar larvae of Coleopteran species, Leptinotarsa decemlineata and Popillia japonica, and consequently attracted more IJs.
Floral affinity and benefits of dietary mixing with flowers for a polyphagous scarab, Popillia japonica Newman.
He has identified a tiny nematode, Steinernema glaseri, as the foot soldier in the ongoing battle against destructive larvae of the Japanese beetle, Popillia japonica.
and Popillia japonica (Newman) were susceptible to the insecticide concentration ranges applied in the food (Isaacs et al.
bacteriophora (C1 strain) en pastos para el control de Popillia japonica Newman y Cyclocephala borealis Arrow, encontro que cuando las parcelas se sometian a irrigacion antes del tratamiento y de nuevo 24 horas despues de la aplicacion, se incrementaba la eficacia del nematodo.