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Hymenopterous parasitoids of bark beetles [Scolytidae] in Israel: Host relation, host plant, abundance and seasonal history
Year:
1986
Source of publication :
Entomophaga
Authors :
מנדל, צבי
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Volume :
31
Co-Authors:
Mendel, Z., Department of Entomology, Agricultural Research Organization, Bet Dagan, 50250, Israel
Facilitators :
From page:
113
To page:
125
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Total pages:
13
)
Abstract:
Twenty six species of parasitoids were recorded from 15 species of bark beetles in Israel. Parasitoids were collected from infested cut branches of broadleaves and trap-trees of pine and cypress. Most of the parasitoids are oligophagous and range from Ecphylus caudatus, a monophagous species exclusive to Hypoborus ficus, to Heydenia pretiosa, which develops on 11 species. Scleroderma domesticus, Agrilocida ferrieri and Eupelmus near urozonus are occasional parasitoids of bark beetles. Cephalonomia hypobori, Israelius carthami, S. domesticus, Entedon ergias, Cerocephala eccoptogasteri and Roptocerus xylophagorum are cryptoparasitoids and search for their host in the galleries. Known parasitoids are listed from 15 tree genera belonging to 8 botanical families. A typical range for the common parasitoids is presented with within-tree distribution of pine parasitoids. Relatively monophagous species are usually dominant parasitoids in a specific beetle population, whereas relatively polyphagous parasitoids vary in abundance among different host populations. Calosota spp., 2 Eurytoma spp. and Dendrosoter hartigii are usually present in small numbers. Information concerning the seasonal history of the parasitoids suggests that the major species may raise about 5 to 7 annual generations. © 1986 Lavoisier Abonnements.
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Related Files :
Bark beetles
Hymenoptera
parasitoid abundance
Scolytidae
seasonal history
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DOI :
10.1007/BF02372363
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סקופוס
Publication Type:
מאמר
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Language:
אנגלית
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24744
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Hymenopterous parasitoids of bark beetles [Scolytidae] in Israel: Host relation, host plant, abundance and seasonal history
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Mendel, Z., Department of Entomology, Agricultural Research Organization, Bet Dagan, 50250, Israel
Hymenopterous parasitoids of bark beetles [Scolytidae] in Israel: Host relation, host plant, abundance and seasonal history
Twenty six species of parasitoids were recorded from 15 species of bark beetles in Israel. Parasitoids were collected from infested cut branches of broadleaves and trap-trees of pine and cypress. Most of the parasitoids are oligophagous and range from Ecphylus caudatus, a monophagous species exclusive to Hypoborus ficus, to Heydenia pretiosa, which develops on 11 species. Scleroderma domesticus, Agrilocida ferrieri and Eupelmus near urozonus are occasional parasitoids of bark beetles. Cephalonomia hypobori, Israelius carthami, S. domesticus, Entedon ergias, Cerocephala eccoptogasteri and Roptocerus xylophagorum are cryptoparasitoids and search for their host in the galleries. Known parasitoids are listed from 15 tree genera belonging to 8 botanical families. A typical range for the common parasitoids is presented with within-tree distribution of pine parasitoids. Relatively monophagous species are usually dominant parasitoids in a specific beetle population, whereas relatively polyphagous parasitoids vary in abundance among different host populations. Calosota spp., 2 Eurytoma spp. and Dendrosoter hartigii are usually present in small numbers. Information concerning the seasonal history of the parasitoids suggests that the major species may raise about 5 to 7 annual generations. © 1986 Lavoisier Abonnements.
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