Adalia bipunctata


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Synonyms for Adalia bipunctata

red ladybug with a black spot on each wing

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Cold-acclimation increases the predatory efficiency of the aphidophagous coccinellid Adalia bipunctata. Biological Control 65 (1): 87-94.
Sakuratani, "New record of Adalia bipunctata (Linnaeus) (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae) from Japan," Japanese Journal of Entomology and Zoology, vol.
Among the four species of beetle found were the wasp beetle Clytus arietis, which mimics a wasp, and three species of ladybird (part of the beetle family), including the two-spot Adalia bipunctata.
1 INSECTA 15 Coleoptera 8 Apionidae (Perapion curtirostre) 1 Coccinellidae (Adalia bipunctata) 1 (Aphidecta obliteratata) 1 (Coccidula rufa) 2 Carabidae (Pterostichus diligens) 2 Chrysomelidae (Prasocuris marginella) 1 Diptera 1 Nematocera 1 Heteroptera 3 Hymenoptera 2 Chalcidoidea 2 Lepidoptera (caterpillars) 1 ARTHROPODS (total) 620
Adalia bipunctata hemocytes are regularly infected with Rickettsia (30).
Adalia bipunctata, the two-spotted ladybird beetle, is a familiar species.
A second explanation is that frequency-dependent mating success may be important in maintaining color polymorphisms as has been found, for example, in the Two-Spot Ladybird Adalia bipunctata (summarized by Majerus 1994).
Olfactory responses to aphid and host plant volatile releases: (E)-[beta]-farnesene an effective kairomone for the predator Adalia bipunctata. Journal of Chemical Ecology 30: 741-755.
This statement is analogous to the results where earlier finding on nontarget effects of entomopathogenic nematodes on the larvae of the twospotted lady beetle, Adalia bipunctata (L.) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) and on the larvae of the lacewing C.
For example, Kalushkov (1998), when evaluating ten species of aphids to discover essential preys for the diet of Adalia bipunctata (L.) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae), concluded that not all prey species offered as food were adequate for predator growth.
Majerus, "History of infection with different male-killing bacteria in the two-spot ladybird beetle Adalia bipunctata revealed through mitochondrial DNA sequence analysis," Genetics, vol.
(1999) relatan que la fecundidad de Adalia bipunctata (Linnaeus, 1758) fue reducida en 38%, cuando estos predadores fueron alimentados con pulgones de Myzus persicae (Sulzer, 1776) criados con papas transgenicas para expresar la lecitina GNA, aunque no se observo reduccion en el consumo de presas.
Species native to the Finger Lakes region that were collected in washups by other researchers but were conspicuously absent from our study include; Anatis mali, Adalia bipunctata, Coccinella transversoguttata, C.
These include Adalia bipunctata, Drosophila pseudoobscura, D.