2 edition of Phytoseiidae of Florida found in the catalog.
Phytoseiidae of Florida
Martin H. Muma
Bibliography: p. 146-148.
|Statement||[by] Martin H. Muma [and] Harold A. Denmark.|
|Series||Arthropods of Florida and neighboring land areas,, v. 6, Bureau of Entomology. Contribution no. 148, Contribution (Florida. Bureau of Entomology) ;, no. 148.|
|Contributions||Denmark, Harold A., 1921- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||QL434 .A75 vol. 6, QL458.A2 .A75 vol. 6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||150|
|LC Control Number||72610184|
Dr. William G. Eden Receives Award From The Florida Entomological Society Minutes of the 54th Annual Meeting of the Florida En-tomological Society Notice to Memnbers Book Reviews , 42, 52, 58, 64 Published by The Florida Entomological Society. (). First report of Amblyseius tamatavensis (Acari: Phytoseiidae) in the United States of America. International Journal of Acarology: Vol. 44, No. , pp. Cited by: 1.
Woodruff, Robert E., Florida, PALMM (Project) Abstract/Description Faunal studies are fairly complete for most part of the vertebrate animals, but deplorable for most invertebrate groups. Florida is an ideal state for faunal studies because it is a peninsula and is delimited on three sides. Phytoseiidae of Florida Drainage and water control in Florida Pickles and relishes from Florida fruits and vegetables Iceberg lettuce: the story of Florida's decline and recovery as a winter lettuce producing state Grow your own vegetables E-book (70) +-Owner. UF (70) +-.
Metaseiulus (= Galendromus or Typhlodromus) occidentalis (Nesbitt) (Acari: Phytoseiidae) is an important and effective predator of pest mites in agricultural crops around the world (). Metaseiulus occidentalis reproduces very quickly, and there may be 8–10 generations per year in the field (Beers et al. ).This predator is sometimes used in augmentative releases and is available Author: Durdane Yanar, Marjorie A. Hoy. The Phytoseiidae as biological control agents of pest mites and insects: A bibliography, (Monograph) | Tuomas S Kostiainen, Marjorie A Hoy | download | B–OK. Download books for free. Find books.
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They are found on many plant species, soil, and debris. Published accounts of food sources include pollen, fungi, nematodes, mites, scale insects, whiteflies, and other small arthropods. It was prepared according to the taxonomic system summarized in Chant & McMurtry () [Chant, D.A.
& J.A. McMurtry. Illustrated keys and diagnoses for the genera and subgenera of the Phytoseiidae of the world (Acari: Mesostigmata). Indira Publishing House, West Bloomfield, p.], and contains information about named g: Florida.
The Phytoseiidae are a family of mites which feed on thrips and other mite species. They are often used as a biological control agent for managing mite pests. Because of their usefulness as biological control agents, interest in phytoseiids has steadily increased over the past century.
Inthere were 34 known species. Today, there are 2, documented : Arachnida. The ability of Phytoseiidae to develop resistance to pesticides contributed to their continuing use in biological control and integrated pest management projects.
The diversity of feeding habits and life history traits of the Phytoseiidae indicated placing them in four very extended categories, a grouping that could be used when selecting these predators for specific biological control purposes. Showing all editions for 'Phytoseiidae of Florida' Sort by: Format; All Formats (6) Book (1) Print book (4) eBook (1) Microform (1) Refine Your Search; Year.
(1) (5) Language Print book: English. Gainesville (Florida): Florida Department of Agriculture. Division of Plant Industry 3. Phytoseiidae of Florida: 3. Tuomas S. Kostiainen & Marjorie A. Hoy () The Phytoseiidae As Biological Control Agents of Pest Mites and Insects A Bibliography ().
IFAS, University of Florida, Gainesville. IFAS, University of Florida, Gainesville. Bulletin (Technical) November Annotated List and Keys to Phytoseiidae (Acarina: Mesostigmata) Associated with Florida Citrus Martin H.
Muma. Donald A. Chant, 4 books Martin H. Muma, 2 books John E. Dunley, 2 books Gupta, S. K., 1 book N. Kuznet͡sov, 1 book Leonid Aleksandrovich Kolodochka, 1 book Tuomas S. Kostiainen, 1 book John J. Hadam, 1 book James D. Calkin, 1 book Ian Vance MacRae, 1 book Willard Billings Strong, 1 book Akio Takafuji, 1 book Jonathan M.
Babcock, 1 book I. Download Citation | On Jan 1,Harold A. Denmark and others published Phytoseiid Mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae) | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGateMissing: Florida.
Chant D.A., McMurtry J.A. A review of the subfamilies Phytoseiinae and Typhlodrominae (Acari: Phytoseiidae). International Journal of Acarology, 20 (4): Chant D.A., McMurtry J.A.
Illustrated keys and diagnoses for the genra and subgenra of the Phytoseiidae. Buy Annotated list and keys to Phytoseiidae (Acarina: Mesostigmata) associated with Florida citrus (Bulletin / University of Florida.
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Fisher (, and ) has reported on several diseases of citrus insects and mites and is continuing the search. A survey of parasites and predators was initiated in October, This paper is the first of a planned series listing and describing the predators and parasites of citrus insects and mites in by: discussed for species in this book.
The species reported as synonyms in literature, even if controversial, are included as they were identified originally since some may or may not be synonyms. This book complements other books, “Checklist of Phytoseiidae of the World” (Prasad, ) and “Phytoseiidae and Otopheidomenidae (Acari.
Description of eight new species and re-description of four species belonging to the family Phytoseidae (Acari: Mesostigmata) from West Bengal, India Article in Zootaxa (1) May with. Phytoseiid mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae) from Patagonia and Tierra del Fuego.
Zootaxa (4): – DOI: /zootaxa Preview (PDF) Reference page. Phytoseiid mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae) of the Dominican Republic, with a re-definition of the genus Typhloseiopsis De Leon. Zootaxa, 37– PreviewMissing: Florida.
A review of all the available information about the natural enemies reported in association with the red palm mite, Raoiella indica is presented. Twenty-eight species of predatory arthropods, including mites and insects, have been reported in association with R.
indica in Asia, Africa and the Neotropics. In addition, pathogenic fungi associated with R. indica in the Caribbean have been by: Seven species of phytoseiid mites were collected from citrus trees in the Mediterranean region during a survey in Amblyseius stipulatus Athias-Henriot was the most abundant and widespread species in all countries surveyed (Turkey, Greece, Italy, Spain).A.
californicus (McGregor) was collected only in Spain;A. potentillae (Garman) andPhytoseiulus by: