Aphid parasitism and parasitoid diversity in cotton fields in Xinjiang, China

@inproceedings{Li2018AphidPA,
  title={Aphid parasitism and parasitoid diversity in cotton fields in Xinjiang, China},
  author={Jinhua Li and Yuekun Wu and Qian Zhang and Haiqiang Li and Hongsheng Pan and Wei Lu and Dongmei Wang and Jianping Zhang and Yanhui Lu},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2018}
}
Aphids are major pests of cotton crops in the Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region in China, and parasitoids are considered as important natural enemies in regulating aphid populations. However, information on aphid parasitoids in the Xinjiang cotton fields is limited, which hinders the study of aphid-parasitoid interactions and the application of conservation biological control against cotton aphids. In this study, a 3-year survey was conducted in a large geographical range that included three… CONTINUE READING

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