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Morphology and biology of Sturmia harrisinae Coquillett (Diptera) a parasite of the western grape leaf skeletonizer
Owen Jefferson Smith
Bibliography: p. 355-357.
|Statement||by Owen J. Smith, Paul H. Dunn, and John H. Rosenberger.|
|Series||University of California publications in entomology,, v. 10, no. 5, University of California, Citrus Experiment Station, Riverside. Paper, no. 838|
|LC Classifications||QL461 .C17 vol. 10, no. 5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||357|
|LC Control Number||a 55009446|
Emasculation. While wild grapes are dioecious, most of the cultivated grapes are hermaphroditic, and fertilization occurs mainly via self-pollination (Harst et al., ). Therefore, emasculation of plants is required to use them as female parents. Under this heading are included abstracts of papers and books of interest to lepidopterists. The world's literature is searched systematically, and it is intended that every work on Lepidoptera published after wHI be noticed here. Papers of only local interest and papers from this Journal are listed without abstract.
The grapeleaf skeletonizer has been known to show cyclic abundance, however, and the surveys conducted in San Diego County could have been during one of the cyclic outbreaks. Surveys by E. F. Legner & R. W. Warkentin (unpub. data) during other years have shown this insect to be as rare as reported by Clausen earlier. Biology, University of Belgrade, Belgrade. Previously described antenna deformations in centipedes mainly involve changes in length or number of segments and most often occur after damage and subsequent regeneration (Ruiz, ; Santibańezand Ruiz, ). Up to now, antenna branching (bifurcation) was found only in the geophil-.
Such morphology is similarly observed in the earliest stridulating ensiferans, for which stridulatory mechanics remains poorly understood. The grigs, therefore, are of major importance to investigate the early evolutionary stages of tegminal stridulation, a critical innovation in the evolution of the by: 7. Abstract. The western grape leaf skeletonizer, native to the southwestern states and northern Mexico, was first found in San Diego County in and very soon thereafter demonstrated a capacity to cause serious crop losses in the vineyards of that county. A biological control program was started in as a part.
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Morphology and biology of Sturmia harrisinae Coquillett (Diptera), a parasite of the western grape leaf skeletonizer. Berkeley: University of California Press, (OCoLC) Morphology and biology of Sturmia harrisinae Coquillett (Diptera) a parasite of the western grape leaf skeletonizer / By Owen Jefferson Smith.
Abstract. Bibliography: p. Mode of access: InternetAuthor: Owen Jefferson Smith. Morphology and biology of Sturmia harrisinae Coquillett (Diptera): a parasite of the western grape leaf skeletonizer by Owen J.
Smith, Paul H. Dunn, and John H. Rosenberger （University of California publications in entomology, Vol. 10, no. 5） Univ, of California Press, Abstract. Sweet are the fruits of adversity—for from a patch of forest defoliated perhaps once in a century, to the yearly attacks of bolls by borers in manicured cotton fields, we find tongues in trees, books in running brooks, sermons in stones and good in everything, for the defoliated forests and rotten bolls tell a story of disrupted by: Morphology and biology ofSturmia harrisinae Coquillett (Diptera), a parasite of the western grape leaf skeletonizer.
— Univ. of Calif. Publ. in Entom., Cited by: 2. Abstract. Interactions between a granulovirus (HbGV), a tachinid parasitoid Ametadoria misella, and their host, the western grapeleaf skeletonizer Harrisina brillians, were investigated.
In field populations, the occurrence of A. misella in HbGV-infected H. brillians pupae was less frequent than would have been expected by random assortment Cited by: Morphology and ultrasctructure of spores Klukia tyganensis Krassilov (Schizaeaceae, Filicales) from the Berriassian of the Tyrma Depression (Russian.
98 MORPHOLOGY AND GENITALIA CHARACTERS OF Nadrana BALY, FROM SUNDALAND transferred Monolepta marginata (Jacoby, ) to N. marginata (Jacoby, ). Despite using morphological characters as one of the taxonomic character, the structure of genitalia also will be emphasized in this study.
Information is given on the morphology, seasonal development, damage, population monitoring, natural and chemical control of Harrisina brillians B. & McD., of which the larvae defoliate grapevines, sometimes damage the grapes during heavy infestations and permit the entry of rot-producing organisms, and at harvest cause skin weals on grape pickers because of their urticating by: 1.
The first paper on the morphology and anatomy of leaf mine in Brazilian plants native to Serra do Cipó was Melo-de-Pinna et al. () in Richterago riparia (Asteraceae). In this paper, the authors underscore the distinction of two different kinds of endophytophagy, those that form galls with induced formation of new tissue in the host plant.
Pacific Science (), Vol. 30, No. 2, p. Printed in Great Britain Observations on the Morphology and Taxonomy of Phycopeltis hawaiiensis King (Chroolepidaceae)I R. CHAPMAN2AND B. GOOD3. Material and methods. Gnamptogenys striatula workers were obtained during different collection expeditions in southeastern Brazil using Winkler extractors, Berlese funnels, pitfall traps, and sardine baits.
A distance of 20m between the sampling points was used for all of the collection methods to avoid pseudoreplication (Baccaro et al., ).Four ecosystem types with distinct. The Afrotropical species of Ootheca Chevrolat, are revised based on examination of specimens.
Crioceris mutabilis Sahlberg,the type species, is redescribed including comprehensive illustrations of its external and genitalic by: 4. This bibliography began in as an addendum to the first issue of the newsletter The Tachinid subsequent issue of the yearly newsletter has carried a bibliographic section covering literature published since the last newsletter, plus post literature overlooked in.
Experimental assessment of the functional morphology of inflorescences of Daucus carota (Apiaceae): testing the ‘fly catcher effect’ E. Lamborn. School of Environmental Science, University College Northampton, Park Campus, Northampton NN2 7AL, by: Euthera Loew is a small but cosmopolitan genus of Tachinidae with distinctive smoky black cross bands on the wings.
There are three described species in North America, Euthera bicolor Coquillett Author: James E. O'hara. Introduction. The Lyonet’s gland, first described in by Lyonet in lepidopteran larvae (Machida ), is often referred to as “Filippi’s gland” in the silkworm Bombyx mori L.
(Lepidoptera: Bombycidae) (Waku and Sumimoto ; Akai ).This gland usually occurs close to the excretory duct of the silk gland, and communicates with it (Waku and Sumimoto Cited by: 4. Studies on the Morphology of the Onagraceae, II,The Botanical Gazette, Vol Number 1: pages with 52 figures.
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