noctuid moth

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Synonyms for noctuid moth

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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.
One thousand sixty-four noctuid moths were trapped.
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., 2002; Dotterl et al., 2006b).
According to a report in Nature News, the study used radar to track the movement of more than 100,000 noctuid moths, hawkmoths and butterflies as they migrated to northern Europe in the spring and south to the Mediterranean in autumn every year between 2000 and 2007.
Abstract: Most studies on the family Noctuidae focus on very few species that cause damage to crops; however, there is little information on the biology and ecology of the remaining species of noctuid moths. This work examines the relationship of the larvae of Cucullia calendulae with their main food plant Calendula arvensis.
It also has been detected as a part of the sex pheromones of noctuid moths (Rynchaglea scitula [Butler] and Spodoptera exigua [Hubner]) and the crambid moth (Anania verbascalis [Denis & Schiffermuller]).
Wings of Noctuid moths were recovered most often in feeding roosts of C.
Copidosoma floridanum (Ashmead) (Hymenoptera: Encyrtidae) is a polyembryonic egg-larval endoparasitoid of plusiinae noctuid moths, which is considered one of the major natural enemies of Trichoplusia ni (Hubner) (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) (Martin et al.
- The present study indicates that Silene alba has a wide array of visitors, the most common of which are bees, syrphid flies, noctuid moths and sphingid moths.
There are previous reports of PAA being attractive to other insects, including several noctuid moths and sphecoid and scoliodid wasps (Meagher & Mitchell 1999; Meagher 2001).
The response latencies in noctuid moths (Feltia spp., Leucania spp., Amathes normaniana Grote, Agrotis ypsilon Rottemberg, Ochropleura plecta L.
In Florida, PAA is a strong attractant for several noctuid moths from different subfamilies, but particularly for soybean looper moths Chrysodeixis = Pseudoplusia includens (Walker) (Meagher 2001a, 2002).