The authors are grateful to the entire members of the Noctuid
Stem Borer Biodiversity (NSBB) team of the African Insect Science for Food and Health (icipe), the Institut de Recherche pour le Developpment (IRD), and University of Dar es salaam, through the Department of Mathematics for their support.
[24.] Vyas BN, Ganesan S, Raman K, Godrej NB and KB Mistry Effects of three plant extracts and achook: a commercial neem formulation on growth and development of three noctuid
moth is still only known from one hill in the UK.
(23.) Felton GW, Donato K, Del Vecchio RJ, Duffey SS, Activation of plant foliar oxidases by insect feeding reduces nutritive quality of foliage for noctuid
In this study, induced responses of Lepidium virginicum to herbivory reduced feeding by generalist noctuid
caterpillars in choice and no-choice experiments.
The butterflies and moths (order Lepidoptera) are represented by the diurnal skippers (Hesperidae), the noctuid
moths (Noctuidae), and some small lepidopterans that are remarkably abundant.
Effect of constitutive and herbivore-induced extractables from susceptible and resistant soybean foliage on nonpest and pest noctuid
Seasonality and life cycles of woody plant-feeding noctuid
moths (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in Mediterranean habitats.
This value compares with uncorrected ND1 divergence values of 9% for Noctuid
moths representing different subfamilies (Pashley and Ke 1992).
Many of these species--particularly those the owls depend on early in the breeding season (May and June)--belong to the Noctuid
family of moths (appropriately called owlet moths).
cinerea consumed mostly noctuid
caterpillars, cantharid beetle larva, and, to a lesser extent, field crickets (Orthoptera: Gryllidae) and stink bugs (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae).
The objective of this study was to properly determine and document these species of early spring-flying noctuid
moths trapped with the compound Z11-16ALD.
Smith) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), apolyphagous noctuid
that is widespread in Latin America and the United States (CLARK et al., 2007).
moths of the genus Copitarsia, subfamily Cuculliinae, are frequently intercepted at US border ports on produce and cut flowers from Mexico, Central America, and South America (Venette and Gould 2006).