Toxicity of some insecticides to Apanteles plutellae a parasite of the diamond back moth

@article{Mani1984ToxicityOS,
  title={Toxicity of some insecticides to Apanteles plutellae a parasite of the diamond back moth},
  author={M. Mani and A. Krishnamoorthy},
  journal={International Journal of Pest Management},
  year={1984},
  volume={30},
  pages={130-132}
}
Abstract The susceptibility of adults and cocooned stages of Apanteles plutellae Kurdj. (Hymenoptera, Braconidae) to four synthetic pyrethroid insecticides and five other chemical insecticides was tested. The chemicals, formulated as emulsifiable concentrates, were decamethrin (0.0014%), permethrin (0.01%), fenvalerate (0.01%), cypermethrin (0.005%), dichlorvos (0.05%), monocrotophos (0.05%), endosulfan (0.05%), phosalone (0.05%) and quinalphos (0.05%). Adults were exposed for 6 h to filter… Expand
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