Host selection behaviour of aphid parasitoids (Aphidiidae: Hymenoptera)

@inproceedings{Rehman2010HostSB,
  title={Host selection behaviour of aphid parasitoids (Aphidiidae: Hymenoptera)},
  author={Abdul Rehman and Wilf Powell},
  year={2010}
}
Biological control is the central stone of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) paradigm and natural enemies are becoming an increasingly desirable prospect. Parasitoids are a widely used group of invertebrate natural enemies as biological control agents and several species are being used to control various aphid pests. In recent years, an increasing emphasis is being given to the conservation and manipulation of naturally-occurring populations of parasitoids in agricultural ecosystems over… CONTINUE READING

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