Cotesia is a genus of Braconid wasps. Some species parasitize caterpillars of species considered as pests. Thus they are used as biocontrol agents. Cotesia. — Florida Entomologist — Volume , No. 4. Cotesia flavipes ( Hymenoptera: Braconidae) as a biological control agent of sugarcane stem borers in. Summary. Releases of the parasitoid Cotesia flavipes have been carried out since late in Colombia’s Cauca River Valley to complement other biological .

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More information about modern web browsers can be found at http: Quality of Cotesia flavipes Hymenoptera: A genetic perspective on mating systems and sex ratios of parasitoid wasps. Thus, there must be many inbreeding generations in order to have a considerable production of diploid males [ 33 ].

Multiple alleles in complementary sex determination of Habrobracon. Inbreeding depression and its evolutionary consequences. Biological control of insect pests by insect parasitoids and predators: The holes left by the opening of flavipez galleries facilitate the entry of microorganisms such as Fusarium moniliforme and Colletotrichum falcatum.


Journal of the Minnesota Academy of Science, 44 2: Male survival of Cotesia flavipes from a population subjected to inbreeding and a control population. Inbreeding depression and hapodiploidy: Thus, one can consider the Brazilian population as a single population of C.

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These organisms cause the inversion of sucrose and decrease the purity cotssia the broth, which damages both the agricultural and industrial crop yield [ 3 ]. According to Godfray [ 28 ] and Henter [ 23 ], it is expected that gregarious species of parasitoids present a higher frequency of inbreeding than solitary species.

Interest and difficulties of biological control by introduction of natural enemies — case of the rice borers in Africa.

Title Adult – line drawing. Biol Control ; Decreased diploid male viability in the parasitic wasp Bracon hebetor. Distribution Maps Top of page You can pan cotdsia zoom the map.

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Agronomie Tropicale, 37 2: Some natural enemies of rice and sorghum stem borers in Andhra Pradesh. Delattre, ; Ayquipa et al. The mortality of all females was observed after 55 hours in both groups Fig flaipes.

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Journal of Economic Entomology, 85 2: Kajita H; Drake EF, As with any crop, sugarcane has a variety of insects that are associated with its production. Controle de qualidade do parasitoide Cotesia flavipes In: Laboratory rearing and biology of the parasite Cotesia flavipes Hymenoptera: Pyralidae and its parasites on summer grain crops.


Host selection and strain occurrence in Apanteles flavipes Cameron Hymenoptera: Behaviour of the sugar-cane borer, Diatrpa spp. Biological control of the sugarcane stem borer Diatraea spp.

Braconidae an important parasitoid of graminaceous stalk borers. Studies on host plant ctoesia of Cotesia flavipes Cameron Hymenoptera: Cotesia flavipes Cameron Hymenoptera: After 24 h, a D. In general, diploid males exhibit low viability [ 434550 ], an inability to mate [ 51 ], or are sterile [ 52 ] because the sperm is unable to penetrate the egg [ 53 ].

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