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Biology of Chrysopidae

@inproceedings{Canard1984BiologyOC,
  title={Biology of Chrysopidae},
  author={Michel Canard and Y. S{\'e}m{\'e}ria and Tim R New},
  year={1984}
}
Systematics & Biology of New World Green Lacewings ... Mallada desjardinsi (Navas) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) is a generalist predator that has been reported to prey on a wide variety of pests such as mealy bugs (Mani and Krishnamoorthy 1989), white flies (Joshi and Yadav 1990, Selvakumaran et al. 1996), bollworms, aphids viz., Lipaphis erysimi (Kalt.), Brevicoryne brassicae (L.) and Uroleucon carthami (H.R.L.) (Kabissa et al. 1996, Gade et al. 2011), neonates of Helicoverpa armigera (Hübner… 
THE LACEWINGS (INSECTA, NEUROPTERA) OF TASMANIA by T.R. New
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A synopsis is given of the 40 species of Neuroptera known from Tasmania and the Bass Strait Islands, and a family-level key to larvae is given.
First record of Chrysoperla asoralis and C. argentina (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) in horticultural fields of La Plata associated with the sweet pepper (Capsicum annuum L.)
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Ch Chrysoperla asoralis and C. argentina are recorded for the first time in La Plata and neighbor- ing areas within the Buenos Aires province, in association with the sweet pepper, Capsicum annuum L. defreitasi.
HOW DO LADYBIRDS [ COLEOMEGILLA MACULATA LENGI (COLEOPTERA: COCCINELLIDAE)] FEED ON GREEN LACEWING EGGS [ CHRYSOPERLA RUFILABRIS (NEUROPTERA: CHRYSOPIDAE)]?
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Intraguild predation, a common interaction among arthropods, has been investigated recently in aphidophages and sessile stages of coccinellids, gall midges, and lacewings were shown to be highly vulnerable to intraguild predators.
Study of Chrysoperla carnea larvae digestion rates (Insecta, Planipennia) using immunoassays
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It was found that in the absence of food, digestion was significantly greater, which would ultimately motivate the larvae to actively seek more prey items.
Lichen use by larval Leucochrysa pavida (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae).
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A comparison of the chemical profiles of epiphytic, corticolous lichens at Tower Rock Recreation Area in Hardin Country, Illinois, with lichen substances identified by thin-layer chromatographic analysis of debris packet and pupal cocoon extracts revealed that L. pavida larvae selectively harvest and use lichen thallus fragments from Lecanora strobilina, Lepraria sp.
The Genus Ceraeochrysa (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) of America North of Mexico: Larvae, Adults, and Comparative Biology
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Larvae of six of the species share numerous traits that indicate a close phylogenetic relationship; whereas those of C. placita have a number of unique character states, particularly in the first instar, indicates that Ceraeochrysa, as it currently stands, is a diverse genus that may need subdivision.
Surveying effect kind of food on Biological parameters on Chrysoperla carnea (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) under laboratory Conditions
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Considering above parameters, artificial diet can be a best choice for mass rearing C. carnea and there were significant differences between rate of oviposition, larvae longevity and sex ratio on different diets.
Potential effects of various ant species on green lacewing, Chrysoperla carnea (Stephens) (Neuropt., Chrysopidae) egg numbers
Abstract: Chrysoperla carnea (Stephens) is an important egg predator of the olive moth, Prays oleae (Bernard). Its eggs are laid on pedicels, which are likely to provide some protection against
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