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Synonyms for Aleyrodidae

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The identity of Paraleyrodes perseae Quaintance Sternorrhyncha Aleyrodidae, a potential pest of fruit trees in the United States and beyond.
Encarsia formosa y Eretmocerus mundus presentan distribucion mundial y son los parasitoides de Aleyrodidae mas polifagos.
Global relationships of Bemisiatabaci (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae.
Naturally dead Aphis gossypii from family Aphididae, whitefly from family Aleyrodidae and mealybug from family Coccidae from suborder Sternorrhyncha infected with fungi were collected from upper leaves from 3 to 4 feet above the soil level.
Between January 2010 and December 2013, inspections were conducted to determine the occurrence of the blackfly in the gardens and orchards, using yellow sticky traps installed to collect adult Aleyrodidae.
Las especies de Coccophaginae son parasitoides de Hemiptera, predominantemente de las familias Coccidae, Diaspididae y Aleyrodidae; en Mexico, las especies de la tribu Coccophagini atacan Coccidae, las de la tribu Pteroptricini parasitan Aleyrodidae y Diaspididae mientras que las de la tribu Physcini son enemigos naturales de Coccidae y Diaspididae (Myartseva et al.
La mosca blanca del tabaco, Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius, 1889), Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae, representa un complejo de especies cripticas ampliamente distribuidas en la mayoria de los continentes, las cuales han sido separadas en varios grupos segun sus caracteristicas biologicas, amplitud de plantas hospederas, niveles de resistencia a insecticidas y eficiencia para transmitir virus (De Barro et al.
A familia Aleyrodidae engloba os insetos conhecidos popularmente como moscasbrancas, pertencentes a ordem Hemiptera, subordem Sternorryncha.
USNM: United States National Museum of Natural History Aleyrodidae Collection, Beltsville, Maryland, U.
Las morfoespecies y especies encontradas en los tres sitios fueron Agromizidae 1, Aleyrodidae 1, cf.
tabaci adults or other members of the Aleyrodidae family (veierov, 1996), including both cooking and mineral oils, as well as plant extracts, such as those from the bitterwood tree (Quassia amara L.
Aunque hay 1556 especies de Aleyrodidae descritas en el mundo (Martin & Mound 2007), solo pocas son plagas de cultivos.