lace bug

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small bug having body and wings covered with a lacy network of raised lines

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Occurrence of the sycamore lace bug, Corythucha ciliata (Say) (Hemiptera: Tingidae) in Korea.
Another insect taken from Japan and placed into quarantine at the Hawaiian lab is a lace bug, Dulinius conchatus, that originated in India.
Chemistry via-a-vis maternalism in lace bugs (Heteroptera: Tingidae): Alarm pheromones and exudate defense in Corythucha and Gargaphia species.
Eleven varieties of Encore Azaleas are resistant to lace bugs, a major landscaping pest, for eco-friendly pest control, according to a 2009 USDA study.
Following its description by Drake (1925) from Dunedin (Pinellas County), Blatchley (1926) provided the only information on bionomics, noting that he collected the lace bug at Dunedin (mid-Feb to mid-Apr) by beating Spanish moss, sweeping plants at the edge of a hammock and foliage along the bay front, and sifting at the bases of grass clumps.
The reduction or lack of biotic mortality agents of the lace bug in Florida has been suspected as one of the reasons why the lace bug became a serious problem in this state only during mid-90s.
Systemic insecticides, specifically those in the neonicotinoid class, are widely used to control landscape pests including various lace bug species.
Rosie Yacoub and Colleen Murphy, CDFA GIS Mapping Group, assisted with avocado lace bug distribution analyses.
Triapitsyn was found as an egg parasitoid of the avocado lace bug, Pseudacysta perseae (Heteroptera: Tingidae) for the first time in Miami-Dade County, Florida, USA.
californicus, only eggs and 2 nymphal lace bug stages (early first instars and early second instars) were tested due to the small size of this predator.
The avocado lace bug, Pseudacysta perseae (Heteroptera: Tingidae), is a secondary pest of avocado and other Lauraceae in Florida, and other states within the continental United States (Pena et al.
A species new to science, Tingidoletes praelonga Gagne (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae), was recently discovered preying on the avocado lace bug, Pseudacysta perseae (Heidemann) (Heteroptera: Tingidae), in Florida, USA.
Twenty-eight cultivars of lantana were evaluated for resistance to lantana lace bug in replicated field plantings.
Over the years, he identified nearly 1,500 new insect species and he studied a wide range of bugs, from grasshoppers to lace bugs, a particular favorite of his.