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Population dynamics of the Florida wax scale, Ceroplastes floridensis (Homoptera: Coccidae), on citrus in Israel. 5. Effect of the parasite, Tetrastichus ceroplastae (Girault)
Year:
1988
Authors :
פודולר, חגי
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Volume :
9
Co-Authors:
Schneider, B., The Hebrew Univ of Jerusalem, Faculty of Agric, Rehovot, Israel
Podoler, H., The Hebrew Univ of Jerusalem, Faculty of Agric, Rehovot, Israel
Rosen, D., The Hebrew Univ of Jerusalem, Faculty of Agric, Rehovot, Israel
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75
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83
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Total pages:
9
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Abstract:
The most prevalent parasite was Tetrastichus ceroplastae (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae), which produced annual peaks in spring and fall. Although T. ceroplastae was inefficient in reducing its host's populations, parasite populations are expected to provide a stabilizing influence on host populations. -from Authors
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biological control
Ceroplastes floridensis
Eulophidae
Florida wax scale
Homoptera
Israel
Parasite
population dynamics
scale
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Population dynamics of the Florida wax scale, Ceroplastes floridensis (Homoptera: Coccidae), on citrus in Israel. 5. Effect of the parasite, Tetrastichus ceroplastae (Girault)
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Schneider, B., The Hebrew Univ of Jerusalem, Faculty of Agric, Rehovot, Israel
Podoler, H., The Hebrew Univ of Jerusalem, Faculty of Agric, Rehovot, Israel
Rosen, D., The Hebrew Univ of Jerusalem, Faculty of Agric, Rehovot, Israel
Population dynamics of the Florida wax scale, Ceroplastes floridensis (Homoptera: Coccidae), on citrus in Israel. 5. Effect of the parasite, Tetrastichus ceroplastae (Girault)
The most prevalent parasite was Tetrastichus ceroplastae (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae), which produced annual peaks in spring and fall. Although T. ceroplastae was inefficient in reducing its host's populations, parasite populations are expected to provide a stabilizing influence on host populations. -from Authors
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