Mulsantina mexicana Chapin (COLEÓPTERA: COCCINELLIDAE) DEPREDADOR DE CHUPADORES DE SAVIA DE ÁRBOLES ORNAMENTALES DE BOGOTÁ

@article{Quintero2006MulsantinaMC,
  title={Mulsantina mexicana Chapin (COLE{\'O}PTERA: COCCINELLIDAE) DEPREDADOR DE CHUPADORES DE SAVIA DE {\'A}RBOLES ORNAMENTALES DE BOGOT{\'A}},
  author={Paola Quintero and Olga Patricia Pinz{\'o}n and R Mandui Gonzalez and John Fredy Castro Ruiz and Andrea Carolina Wanumen},
  journal={Colombia Forestal},
  year={2006},
  volume={10},
  pages={148-160}
}
This study comprised the taxonomic identii cation, biological observations in laboratory conditions and ield observations of one spe cies of Coccinellidae that feeds on sap-suckers infesting several ornamental trees in Bogota, Colombia. In laboratory conditions, using eggs collected in the ield, we characterized mor phologic parameters for each of its stages, and compared developmental time of its larva and adults when fed with Aconophora elongatiformis Dietrich (Hem.: Membracidae), Callophya… 
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