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Parasitoeds (Hym.: Aphelinidae) of three scale insects (Hom.: Diaspididae) in a citrus grove in valencia, spain
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The parasitoids of Aonidiella aurantii, Lepidosaphes beckii andParlatoria pergandii Comstock were studied in a Navel orange grove in Valencia, Spain during three years and the annual trend of parasitism by Aphytis on scales fluctuated without a definite pattern. Expand
Monitoring of Matsucoccus feytaudi (Hemiptera: Matsucoccidae) and its natural enemies in Spain using sticky tapes and pheromone traps
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The results show that M. feytaudi, although differing in its phenology depending on the location, is univoltine in the study area and its flight activity is significantly correlated with the presence of crawlers of bast scale. Expand
Preliminary study on the biology, natural enemies and chemical control of the invasive Macrohomotoma gladiata (Kuwayama) on urban Ficus microcarpa L. trees in Valencia (SE Spain).
TLDR
The phenology and natural enemies of Macrohomotoma gladiata (Kuwayama) (Hemiptera, Homotomidae) on Ficus microcarpa L. in Valencia (Spain) were studied in 2013 and an apparent preference for the older instars (third to fifth nymph stages) was recorded. Expand
Oribatid mites of conventional and organic vineyards in the Valencian Community, Spain.
TLDR
The oribatid mites did not benefit from the organic cultivation of the vineyards, probably because they are tolerant to herbicides used in the conventional systems but sensitive to mechanical cultivation of soil, which was even more intense in organic vineyards than in theventional ones. Expand
Life cycle, parasitism and damage of Xanthogaleruca luteola (Muller) in Valencia (SE Spain): A preliminary study
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The parasitism level was low and insufficient to keep Elm leaf beetle at tolerable levels and the integrated ELB management involved regularly monitoring defoliation levels with each new ELB generation and favouring biological control by increasing the quantity and diversity of plants in urban green areas to provide natural enemies with refuges and food. Expand
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