Exploring nutritional roles of extracellular symbiotes on the reproduction of honeydew feeding adult chrysopids
Biological control of Prays oleae by chrysopids
in Tras-os-Montes region (Northeastern Portugal).
Construction of a defensive trash packet from sycamore leaf trichomes by a chrysopid
larva (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae).
larva that cloaks itself in mealybug wax.
The duration of the embryonic stage, as well as the durations and viabilities of the larval (first, second and third instars), prepupal, pupal and adult forms of the chrysopid
Many studies also revealed that coccinellids and chrysopid
population in the field are efficient against aphids populations (Araya and Cambron 1992, Kauffman and Laroche, 1994, Pell and Vandenberg, 2002, Iqbal et al.
These traits are similar to some indicated for other reported chrysopid
species; in contrast, C.
The main objective of our study was to develop a suitable artificial diet for mass rearing the economically important chrysopid
Hymenoptera: Scelionidae) parasitizing chrysopid
In lacewings species, the Chrysopid
Chrysoperla cameo Stephens larvae, decline in AChE responses were significantly correlated with increasing OP concentrations.
rufilabris (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae), an unidentified chrysopid
(Neuroptera: Chrysopidae), 2 mirids, P.
eggs were kept only if the egg was black, indicating the presence of Trichogramma pupae or an unidentified scelionid wasp.
However, following aphid colonization, chrysopid
and coccinelid predators developed greater densities on F.
Development and survival of Telenomus lobatus, a parasitoid of chrysopid
eggs: effect of host species.
(Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) including Chrysoperla externa Hagen (Pessoa et al.