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The pyralid group includes some of the largest of 1,600 micro-moths found in the UK.
In contrast to these results, poor effects were noted for the pyralid E.
Despite ample evidence that these deadly herbicides are damaging fields and gardens--and despite our calls for the companies and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to solve this problem--we learned another dangerous pyralid herbicide, aminocyclopyrachlor, had been widely sold in the spring of 2011 following its approval by the EPA in August 2010.
The most consumed larval insects were catepillars of a pyralid moth that inhabits Ashe juniper trees.
Pyralid Moth and Tineidae species are known to create losses during the pre-harvest stage of plant growth.
He found that senitas were pollinated not by hawk moths, as most biologists believed, but by a small pyralid moth.
Sawflies and pyralid moths have shown promise, but the focus has been on an Australian moth (cataclysta camptozonale) that could be used in Florida once scientists determine whether it can control lygodium without harming native plants.
The insects that find abundant food in the dry season include many solitary and social bees, some species of tiger beetle (cicindellids), ant lions (myrmeliontids), the caterpillars of the seed-boring pyralid moths and weevil larvae.
Cases of habitat fidelity rather than host fidelity have also been described for donaciine leaf beetles, pyralid moths, and various weevils (reviewed in Mitter and Farrell 1991).
The mint root borer's attractant contains an unusual blend of four chemicals, one of which had never been detected before in Pyralid moths, says McDonough.
Experience influences oviposition behaviour in two pyralid moths, Ephestia cautella and Plodia interpunctella.
Eiphosoma species are recorded as attacking a range of pyralid species like Diaphania hyalinata Linnaeus (Lepidoptera, Pyralidae) (Gauld, 2000), although the species most commonly found E.