Effect of 3 insect growth regulators on larval development, fecundity and egg viability of the coccinelidChilocorus bipustulatus [Col.: Coccinelidae]

@article{Peleg2006EffectO3,
  title={Effect of 3 insect growth regulators on larval development, fecundity and egg viability of the coccinelidChilocorus bipustulatus [Col.: Coccinelidae]},
  author={B. Peleg},
  journal={Entomophaga},
  year={2006},
  volume={28},
  pages={117-121}
}
  • B. Peleg
  • Published 2006
  • Biology
  • Entomophaga
The effect of 3 insect growth regulators — methoprene, diflubenzuron and RO 13-5223, on the coccinelidChilocorus bipustulatus L. was studied in the laboratory. Feeding onChrysomphalus aonidum (L.) orAspidiotus hederae Vallot (Diaspididae) treated with the IGRs at the concentration of 0.025% a.i. revealed the following: diflubenzuron caused a complete mortality of 1 st instar larvae; methoprene and RO 13-5223 did not arrest larval development but inhibited pupation; fecundity of sexually mature… Expand

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