tetranychid


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Synonyms for tetranychid

web-spinning mite that attacks garden plants and fruit trees

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asper had a similar frequency in the plant genotypes 139, 164, 181, and 198 and "Tupy" However, genotype 164 and "Tupy" were the most favorable for the tetranychid mite Oligonychus yothersi (McGregor, 1915).
In Brazil, this specie occurs naturally in all regions, and is generally associated to tetranychid populations (Denmark & Muma, 1973; Moraes et al., 2004; Oliveira et al., 2007).
McMurtry, "Quantitative production and processing of tetranychid mites for large-scale testing of predator production," in Journal of Economic Entomology, vol.
& BAKKER, F.M., 1992.--How predatory mites cope with the web of their tetranychid prey: a functional view on dorsal chaetotaxy in the Phytoseiidae.
ulmi, phytoseiid and tetranychid mites respectively, used in functional response experiments were collected from apple leaves in Valdivia (39[degrees]47'S, 73[degrees]13'W) [X.SUP.A] Region de Los Lagos, Chile.
The Acari are only represented by the seven tetranychid spider mites whose patterns of association Arachnid order Uropygi Social trait Araneae Amblypygi Schizomida Association past 2nd instar, 8, 29 for 1-2 additional instars Association part-way through 3, 24 development Association up to sexual 6 Dd, 21; n = 1 maturity Associate past sexual 1, 29 Pm, 21; n = 1 maturity-multiple adults Table 2.--Extended.
Though the ample literature is available on infestation of Tetranychid mites on agricultural crops, commercial cash crops, fruit yielding and other tree species, but very little work could be done on loss assessment.
Comparison of feeding damage caused by four Tetranychid mite species on gas exchange rates of almond leaves.
In spite of this, tetranychid spider mites appear to be well adapted to cotton plants and are severe pests of cotton in agricultural fields (Wilson et al.
However, we judged from the literature that the tydeid mite Metapronematus leucohippeus, like other Pronematinae, is likely to consume phytophagous eriophyoid and tetranychid mites as well as fungi (Knop and Hoy, 1983; Laing and Knop, 1983).
Indeed, imidacloprid is associated with population increase of tetranychid mites (SCLAR et al., 1998; SZCZEPANIEC et al., 2011).