Diaeretiella rapae (MacIntosh) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) is frequently reported to be an important biological suppressant, but in rapidly maturing crops such. While the aphid Lipaphis pseudobrassicae (Davis) (Hemip.: Aphididae: Macrosiphini) is considered one of the preferred hosts of Diaeretiella rapae ( McIntosh). PDF | Different life-table statistics of the aphid parasitoid, Diaeretiella rapae ( McIntosh) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) were estimated on its host, the mustard aphid.
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Head and thorax black, gaster and legs yellowish brown, antennae dark brown except first three segments much lighter and yellowish brown; wings hyaline, veins light brown to greenish brown, pterostigma greenish in freshly emerged specimens, later turns brown.
Pyrethroids and a carbamatewhen applied against aphidsat slightly reduced rates, had only minimal adverse effects on parasitoid emergence from its hosts and on their subsequent survival, longevity and fecundity. The adult female parasitoid was bigger than male. Biology of Diaeretiella rapae Mc Intosh Hymenoptera: Most users should diaeretiellx in with their email address.
Cultivars of Brassica affected the percent parasitism of D. Volume 27, Issue 3, September Braconidae Insects described in Ichneumonoidea stubs. Eggs were transparent white but appeared light brownish under high magnification. Third instar larvae were light yellow in colour, hymenopteriform and measured 1.
Aphidiinae Diagnosis Head and thorax black, gaster and legs yellowish brown, antennae dark brown except first three segments much lighter and yellowish brown; wings hyaline, veins light brown to greenish brown, pterostigma greenish in freshly emerged specimens, later turns brown.
Abstract Parasitoid fitness depends on its ability to manipulate reproductive strategies when in competition.
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Under laboratory condition, egg to adult development of D.
fiaeretiella Diaeretiella Stary Don’t already have an Oxford Academic account? Volume 28, Issue 3, September Biosystematic studies on the Aphidiidae of Israel Hym.: Diaeretiella rapae Diaeretiella rapae larva exposed in its aphid host Scientific classification Kingdom: The number of female progeny decreased when multiple females competed for the same host.
Braconidae adjusts reproductive strategy when competing for hosts.