noctuid


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Four well-known noctuid pest species were recorded: Peridroma saucia Hubner, Heliocoverpa zea Boddie, Mythimna unipuncta (Haworth), and Spodoptera frugiperda Smith & Abbot (Table 1).
In addition, different events demand the modification of established management systems for crops in large areas in Brazil due to the changing species composition of the entomofauna and the dynamics of the main noctuids associated with these crops.
For example wind tunnel assays showed strong attraction of European noctuid moths (Hadena bicruris and Autographa gamma) to lilac compounds even at low dosages (Plepys et al.
Buwell (2008): Surviving cave bats: auditory and behavioural defences in the Australian noctuid moth Speiredonia spectans .
Proboscis morphology and its relationship to feeding habits in noctuid moths.
Biology and rearing of Diapetimorpha introita (Cresson) (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) on host and non-host noctuid pupae.
Effect of Melia azedarach fruit extract on juvenile hormone titer and protein content in the hemolymph of two species of noctuid lepidopteran larvae (Insecta: Lepidoptera: Noctuidae).
Invertebrate prey including earthworms, Tipulid and Noctuid larvae and Carabid beetles (Cleary et al.
Mumbai, India, 1999 indicate that a water-soluble Neem formulation containing Azadirachtin, Azadiradione, and a mixture of Nimbocinol and epinimbocinol affects the growth and development of some noctuid larvae or inhibits the growth of phytopathogenic fungi.
This noctuid moth is still only known from one hill in the UK.