Epilachna


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The beetle Epilachna paenulata (Germar, 1824) (Coleoptera, Coccinellidae) is a South American coleoptera insect distributed in Brazil, Paraguay, Uruguay and Argentina.
2007); por ejemplo, el escarabajo mexicano del frijol, Epilachna varivestis Mulsant, 1850 (Coleoptera: Coccinelidae) que se alimenta de frijol y soya (King y Saunders 1984; Sanchez-Arroyo 1997).
Whitefly, Bemicia tabaci (Genn.), jassid, Amrasca biguttula biguttula (Ishida), Epilachna beetle, Henosepilachna vigintioctopunctata (Fab.) and non insect pest, red spider mite, Tetranychus macfurlanei are the major insect pests of brinjal [5].
Insetos desfolhadores da ordem Coleoptera tambem ja foram controlados em pesquisas de laboratorio, utilizando fitoinseticidas oriundos de algumas Annonaceae, mostrando que, mesmo insetos mais resistentes, como os besouros, podem ser controlados com inseticidas vegetais, com destaque para Epilachna vigintioctopunctata (Fabricius, 1775) (Coccinellidae) nos estudos com A.
Both saponins showed antifeedant properties against the larvae of Epilachna [42].
A Bacillus thuringiensis S-layer protein envolved in toxicity against Epilachna varivestis (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae).
Likewise, the larvicidal activity described in this study is superior to that demonstrated with ethanolic extracts of Annona triloba branches against the Mexican bean beetle Epilachna varivestis (60% mortality, 100ppm) after 72h of exposure (Johnson et al., 1996).
Extract and Artemisinin Activity Against Epilachna Paenulata and Spodoptera Eridania.
Interconversion between glycogen and inositol in hibernating adults of a phytophagous ladybeetle, Epilachna vigintioctopuncata.
amara deters feeding by instar Iv larvae of Epilachna varivestis (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae).
Epilachna varivestis, an increasingly common agricultural pest first reported from a washup by Schaefer et al.
Japanese beetles (Popillia japonica Newman 1841) and Mexican bean beetles (Epilachna varivestis Mulsant 1850) reduce herbivory on soybeans previously walked on by the wolf spiders H.