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Development and thermal requirements of the Nearctic predator Geocoris punctipes (Hemiptera: Geocoridae) reared at constant and alternating temperatures and fed on Anagasta kuehniella (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae) eggs
Calixto, A.M. ; Bueno, V.H.P. ; Montes, F.C. ; Lenteren, J.C. van - \ 2014
European Journal of Entomology 111 (2014)4. - ISSN 1210-5759 - p. 521 - 528.
biological-control agents - insidiosus say hemiptera - orius-insidiosus - tuta absoluta - life-history - prey - anthocoridae - heteroptera - lygaeidae - insect
Knowledge of the optimal temperatures for development and survival of biological control agents is essential for efficient mass-rearing and introduction of natural enemies in augmentative biological control programs. We studied the effect of constant and alternating temperatures on development and survival of immature stages and the sex ratio at emergence of adults of the Nearctic generalist predator Geocoris punctipes (Say). We also determined its thermal requirements. They were reared in climatic chambers at alternating (21/11°C, 24/18°C, 27/21°C and 30/26°C ± 1°C) and constant temperatures (16.8°C, 21.5°C, 24.5°C and 28.3°C ± 1°C), RH 70 ± 10% and a 14 h photophase. Survival and development of G. punctipes were the same when reared at constant and alternating temperatures. Five instars were recorded in all temperature regimes. The duration of the egg stage and each instar, as well as that of total larval development were longer, and larval survival lower when reared at 16.8°C, 21/11°C, 21.5°C and 24/18°C than at 24.5°C, 27/21°C, 28.3°C and 30/26°C. The optimal temperature range for development and survival of G. punctipes is 24.5°C to 30°C, its lower development threshold temperature is 13.5°C and its thermal constant 295.9 DD. Sex ratios were not significantly different from 1 : 1 male : female ratio in all temperature regimes. There is an excellent match between the temperature regimes at which the prey Tuta absoluta (Meyrick) and predator G. punctipes are active, which indicates that this predator will function well in crops where this pest is present.
Roofmijten tegen trips in roos
Pijnakker, J. ; Leman, A. - \ 2012
Bleiswijk : Wageningen UR Glastuinbouw (Rapporten GTB 1201) - 30
rozen - rosaceae - insectenplagen - thrips - roofmijten - roofinsecten - anthocoridae - phytoseiidae - biologische bestrijding - verbetering - glastuinbouw - nederland - roses - insect pests - predatory mites - predatory insects - biological control - improvement - greenhouse horticulture - netherlands
De californische trips Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande) van de familie van de Thripidae komt oorspronkelijk uit de westkust van Californië (Bryan & Smith, 1956). Haar introductie in Europa dateert van 1984. In de glastuinbouw is californische trips, één van de belangrijkste plagen. Ze vormt het belangrijkste struikelblok voor de verdere uitbreiding van geïntegreerde bestrijding. In roos kan slechts een kleine aantal tripsen belangrijke schade veroorzaken. Veel telers hanteren bij een wekelijkse telling een aantal van 10 tripsen op een blauwe signaalplaat als schadedrempel. Tripsen zijn moeilijk te bestrijden omdat ze zich in het gewas verschuilen en resistent zijn tegen veel insecticiden. De meest gebruikte chemische tripsmiddelen zijn Match (lufenuron), Conserve (spinosad), Vertimec (abamectine), Actara (thiamethoxam) en Mesurol (methiocarb). De laatste 10 jaren heeft geïntegreerde bestrijding zich in roos enorm ontwikkeld. In 2012 introduceert meer dan 70% van de rozentelers roofmijten tegen spint en/of trips en/of kaswittevlieg. In 2002 paste slechts 15% van de Nederlandse rozentelers jaarrond geïntegreerde gewasbescherming toe. Voor het gewas roos is een reeks roofmijtensoorten geschikt gebleken uit onderzoek in voorafgaande projecten. Het project heeft als doel de beste strategie te vinden voor de rozenteelt en met voorkeur voor een roofmijtensoort met affiniteit voor roos (vestiging).
Scaling up from individual behaviour of Orius sauteri foraging on Thrips palmi to its daily functional response
Hemerik, L. ; Yano, E. - \ 2011
Population Ecology 53 (2011)4. - ISSN 1438-3896 - p. 563 - 572.
spodoptera-frugiperda lepidoptera - karny thysanoptera - insidiosus hemiptera - poppius heteroptera - anthocoridae - eggplant - predator - simulation - noctuidae - model
Functional responses of predators are generally measured under laboratory conditions at rather high prey densities. This is also true for the predation capability of the anthocorid predatory bug Orius sauteri (Poppius). To quantify the daily impact of one female Orius predator on its prey Thrips palmi Karny on greenhouse eggplants where the prey is present below the economic threshold density, we use its patch-leaving and feeding behaviour on eggplant leaves with different prey numbers and scale up to the larger spatio-temporal scale of the greenhouse and one foraging day by means of a simulation model. For this, we also use literature data on the distribution of T. palmi over eggplant leaves. The simulation results in a typical type II functional response for O. sauteri as a function of average T. palmi density: O. sauteri can find and eat approximately 10 prey items per day if T. palmi is present around its economic injury level. The daily mean number of prey eaten per O. sauteri predator, i.e., its predation capability, is highly sensitive to the actual baseline leaving tendency, the effect size of the presence of prey on the baseline leaving tendency and the effect size of the encounter rate with prey thereon
Evaluation of Orius species for biological control of Frankliniella occidentalis (Pergande) (Thysanoptera: Thripidae)
Tommasini, M.G. - \ 2003
Wageningen University. Promotor(en): Joop van Lenteren. - [S.I.] : S.n. - ISBN 9058089002 - 215
frankliniella occidentalis - thysanoptera - insectenplagen - orius - heteroptera - anthocoridae - biologische bestrijding - diapauze - organismen ingezet bij biologische bestrijding - insect pests - biological control - biological control agents - diapause
Sequential testing scheme for the assessment of the side-effects of plant protection products on the predatory bug Orius laevigatus
Veire, M. Van de; Sterk, G. ; Staaij, M. van der; Ramakers, P.M.J. ; Tirry, L. - \ 2002
BioControl 47 (2002)1. - ISSN 1386-6141 - p. 101 - 113.
anthocoridae
This paper describes a number of test methods, to beused in a sequential scheme, for testing the side-effects ofplant protection products on anthocorid bugs. Orius laevigatuswas used as test species. A `worst case' laboratory method wasdeveloped for evaluating the effect on mortality of the nymphsand the reproduction of the adults. An extended laboratory methodgives information on the effect of pesticides on adults undermore natural conditions. A semi-field test is executed in smallplots under field (glasshouse) conditions. Finally a field testsimulates the conditions in a commercial crop. For harmfulchemicals, both a laboratory and a semi-field persistence testwas developed to determine the safety period after which thepredatory bugs can be re-introduced in the greenhouse withoutbeing adversely affected. The total result of this sequentialscheme should indicate whether, and with what restrictions, aparticular pesticide can be implemented in IPM programs in whichO. laevigatus is used for control of western flower thrips(Frankliniella occidentalis). Twenty-two pesticides were testedincluding five fungicides, twelve insecticides and fiveacaricides. The fungicides captan, carbendazim, sulphur, thiram,tolylfluanid and the insecticides or acaricides pymetrozine,pyriproxyfen, tebufenozide and hexythiazox were harmless in the`worst case' laboratory test and thus did not need furthertesting. Imidacloprid, diafenthiuron, lufenuron, tebufenpyrad,abamectin, pyridaben and bifenthrin were harmful in thesemi-field test and should, in the tested concentrations, betternot be used simultaneously with the predatory bug. Theinsecticide dichlorvos was found harmful but short-lived in thepersistence test; it should be used before the introduction ofthe predatory bug O. laevigatus only when a safety period of 7days is respected. Pirimicarb was slightly toxic in thesemi-field test but short-lived. In IPM programs this aphicideshould be used at a low application frequency.
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