THE NATURAL CONTROL EFFECT OF EGG PARA‐SITOIDS ON LITCHI STINK BUG TESSARATOMA PAPILLOSA (HETEROPTERA: PENTATOMIDAE) IN LITCHI ORCHARD

@article{Yufang2000THENC,
  title={THE NATURAL CONTROL EFFECT OF EGG PARA‐SITOIDS ON LITCHI STINK BUG TESSARATOMA PAPILLOSA (HETEROPTERA: PENTATOMIDAE) IN LITCHI ORCHARD},
  author={Liu Yu‐fang and Zhang Guren and Guang De-xiang and Zhang Wen-qing},
  journal={Insect Science},
  year={2000},
  volume={7}
}
Abstract  The distribution of eggs of the litchi stink bug Tessaratoma papillosa Drury was observed. By marking the eggs of T. papillosa in an integrated pest managed litchi orchard and in an orchard with chemical control, respectively, the control effect of the egg parasitoids on T. papillosa in the two kinds of licthi orchards was investigated in Guangzhou in 1996. The female T. papillosa began to oviposit in mid‐March and laid eggs vigorously from early April to early June, and then… 

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