Heterorhabditid Behavior in the Presence of the Cabbage Maggot, Delia radicum, and its Host Plants.

@article{Lei1992HeterorhabditidBI,
  title={Heterorhabditid Behavior in the Presence of the Cabbage Maggot, Delia radicum, and its Host Plants.},
  author={Zhentian Lei and T A Rutherford and J. M. Webster},
  journal={Journal of nematology},
  year={1992},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={9-15}
}
The behavior of Heterorhabditis zealandica Poinar strain T327 was investigated in the presence of the cabbage maggot, Delia radicum L., and plants that are susceptible to D. radicum infestation. Newly formed puparia and freeze-killed third instar larvae were attractive to infective nematodes. Newly harvested infective nematodes did not respond to the puparia, whereas 1-month-old and 2-month-old nematodes reached the insect targets within 15 minutes. There were no significant differences in the… CONTINUE READING

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