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Encarsia parasitoids of Bemisia tabaci (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae, Homoptera: Aleyrodidae): a preliminary guide to identification.
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A key is provided for the recognition of previously described Encarsia species which are known to attack the tobacco whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (Genna-dius), and eight new synonymies are proposed. Expand
DO INTRODUCED PARASITOIDS DISPLACE NATIVE ONES
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It is concluded that native parasitoids can be displaced over much of their range, but there usually are favorable habitats where they are able to co-exist with the introduced species. Expand
Biological Control of Insect Pests in Bermuda
Projects undertaken on the biological control of insect pests in Bermuda since the first introduction of Bufo marinus in 1875 and including those still in progress are discussed. Work on 15 pests orExpand
Records of Trichospilus diatraeae, an Asian parasite (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) from the Caribbean and Florida
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In Trinidad choice tests with material from India, carried out under quarantine, indicated that adults of this gregarious parasite did not discriminate between Diatraea pupae and puparia of the beneficial tachinid flies Lixophaga diatraeae (Townsend) and Paratheresia claripalpis (Wulp) (Bennett 1965). Expand
Geographical Variation in Nesting Biology and Social Organization of Halictus ligatus
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The halictid bee Halictus ligatus ranges from southern Canada to Colombia and Trinidad, and develops small, summer, eusocial colonies similar to those of many halictids and consisting of a queen and several workers which are usually unmated and which lay few if any eggs. Expand
Biological control ofOpuntia spp. byCactoblastis cactorum in the Leeward Islands (West Indies)
RésuméLes auteurs relatent les circonstances de l'introduction dans les îles Leeward (Antilles), deCactoblastis cactorum (Berg.) (Lepid. Phycitidae) qui eut pour résultat la destruction spectaculaireExpand
The taxonomy of the Encarsia flavoscutellum species-group (Hymenoptera: Aphelinidae) parasitoids of Hormaphididae (Homoptera: Aphidoidea).
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Four species of Encarsia, two of which are described as new, are assigned to the flavoscutellum species-group, which is diagnosed and their distributions and host relationships are summarized. Expand
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