Parasitoids and hyperparasitoids ofZeiraphera diniana [Lep., Tortricidae] and their pole in population control in outbreak areas

@article{Delucchi2006ParasitoidsAH,
  title={Parasitoids and hyperparasitoids ofZeiraphera diniana [Lep., Tortricidae] and their pole in population control in outbreak areas},
  author={V. Delucchi},
  journal={Entomophaga},
  year={2006},
  volume={27},
  pages={77-92}
}
  • V. Delucchi
  • Published 2006
  • Biology
  • Entomophaga
  • There are 109 species of primary and secondary parasitoids associated withZeiraphera dinianaGuénée in the Central European Alps. Ninety species are primary, 6 facultative secondary and 13 obligate secondary parasitoids. At family level, the composition of the complex seems to be the same in every outbreak area of the host, with ichneumonids predominating. In the Upper Engadine Valley (Switzerland), where intensive studies were conducted over a period of 3 consecutive outbreak periods (28 years… CONTINUE READING
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