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[Characteristics of Pomacea canaliculata reproduction under natural conditions].
Under the natural conditions in southern Hunan Province, the snails could approximately reproduce three generations per year, and the number of the egg masses produced by the females per month was significantly positively correlated with the mean monthly air temperature, while the average incubation duration was significantly negatively correlation with the daily air temperature. Expand
Revision of the subfamily Opiinae (Hymenoptera, Braconidae) from Hunan (China), including thirty-six new species and two new genera
The species of the subfamily Opiinae (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) from Hunan (Oriental China) are revised and illustrated and the cladogram presented. Expand
Control the egg hatchling process of Pomacea canaliculata (Lamarck) by water spraying and submersion
It can be inferred that 0–6 h after egg being laid, egg capsule precipitates are beginning to form, and this process will complete after 12–24 h, which makes the physical control by water treatment become feasible. Expand
Orientopius Fischer (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Opiinae) new for continental China, with description of a new species
The genus Orientopius Fischer, 1966 (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Opiinae) is reported for the first time from continental China and a new species (O. punctatus sp. n.) is described from Hunan.Expand
Psyttoma gen. n. (Hymenoptera, Braconidae, Opiinae) from Shandong and Hubei (China), with a key to the species
Psyttoma gen. n. (type species: Opius latilabris Chen & Weng, 2005) from Shandong and Hubei (China) is described and illustrated (Hymenoptera: Braconidae: Opiinae). Psyttoma latilabris (Chen & Weng,Expand
[Butterfly species diversity and its conservation in Wuyunjie National Nature Reserve, Hunan Province of China].
To conserve the species diversity of butterfly in the Reserve, efforts should be made to protect the plant species richness, keep the natural forest succession, decrease the human interference properly, and tighten up the management of butterfly habitat. Expand