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Natural history, immature stages and hostplants of Morpho amathonte from western Colombia (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Morphinae).
- L. Constantino
- 1 November 1997
The early stages, natural history and a new larval food plant are reported for Morpho amathonte Deyrolle from the Choco region in western Colombia. The morphology of the immature stages of M.…
Morphological and Mitochondrial DNA Marker Analyses of Whiteflies (Homoptera: Aleyrodidae) Colonizing Cassava and Beans in Colombia
Abstract Morphology of the third antennal segment and compound eyes of adults of the whitefly species Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius), B. argentifolii Bellows & Perring, B. tuberculata (Bondar),…
A Review of Colobura (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) with Comments on Larval and Adult Ecology and Description of a Sibling Species
A review of published and unpublished information on the immature stages, hostplants, and adult behavior of both species reveals a possible case of ecological niche partitioning; larvae of C. dirce are solitary or occur in small groups on predominantly young trees or saplings, whereas those of C .
Differentiation of Bemisia tabaci (Genn.) (Hom., Aleyrodidae) populations in Colombia
Evidence for genetic differentiation of geographical populations of the whitefly, Bemisia tabaci, in Colombia is obtained by electrophoresis and differences are undetectable by conventional taxonomic characters but are expressed at an esterase marker locus.
The use of electrophoresis for identification of adult Whiteflies (Homoptera, Aleyrodidae) in Israel and Colombia
The patterns of Esterase and α‐Glycerophosphate dehydrogenase isozymes are species‐specific and may be used to identify whitefly adults, which are often difficult or impossible to identify morphologically.
Description of a new species of coffee stem and root borer of the genus Plagiohammus Dillon and Dillon from Colombia (Coleoptera: Cerambycidae: Lamiinae), with a key to the Neotropical species
La nueva especie difi ere de otras especies del genero Plagiohammus Dillon y Dillon por el patron de manchas amarillas sobre los elitros, la morfologia de su antena y el pronoto y tambien en los caracteres de the genitalia del macho proporciona una clave para las espe species de Plagiahammus.
CONTRIBUTION TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE SPECIES OF GENUS Siseme WESTWOOD, 1851 (LEPIDOPTERA: RIODINIDAE), IN COLOMBIA
THE BIOLOGY, AND MORPHOLOGY OF THE EARLY STAGES OF MORPHO MACROPHTHALMUS AND MORPHO PELEIDES TELAMON (NYMPHALIDAE: MORPHINAE) FROM WESTERN COLOMBIA
In this comparative study of immature stages between the two species, morphological and biological evidence is provided that both taxa belong to the same species.
Coffee Berry Borer (Hypothenemus hampei) Emergence from Ground Fruits Across Varying Altitudes and Climate Cycles, and the Effect on Coffee Tree Infestation
- L. Constantino, Zulma Nancy Gil, E. C. Montoya, P. Benavides
- MedicineNeotropical entomology
- 19 March 2021
The results show that CBB-infested berries left on the ground are a reservoir of CBB for 140 ± 8.2 days and infest developing healthy coffee berries, highlighting the importance of careful harvesting practices to prevent berries from falling to the ground, followed by ground sanitation to limit later infestation of the coffee crop.