Acrolepiopsis heppneri

 
National Institutes of Health

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1997-2016
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2016
2016
The leek moth, Acrolepiopsis assectella (Zeller), was first discovered in Ottawa, Canada, during the 1993 growing season… (More)
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2013
2013
In this study nine new species and a new genus of Brachodidae are described from tropical Asia and Papua New Guinea. Synechodes… (More)
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2010
2010
Leek moth, Acrolepiopsis assectella (Zeller) (Lepidoptera: Acrolepiidae), is an invasive alien species in eastern Canada, the… (More)
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2010
2010
Diadromus pulchellus Wesmael (Hymenoptera: Ichneumonidae) is a pupal parasitoid under consideration for introduction into Canada… (More)
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2007
2007
The susceptibility of larvae of the leek moth, Acrolepiopsis assectella Zeller (Lepidoptera: Acrolepiidae) to different… (More)
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2004
2004
In the leek moth, Acrolepiopsis assectella, the male, stimulated by a calling female, produces a sexual pheromone that is active… (More)
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2004
2004
Fourteen commercial leek fields with first and second generation Leek moth, Acrolepiopsis assectella Z., (LM) injury were sampled… (More)
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2002
2002
Entomophagous insects are often repelled by the secondary compounds of the plants eaten by their prey. These compounds, therefore… (More)
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2001
2001
Sex determination in the order Hymenoptera is based on arrhenotoky, hymenopteran males are usually haploid and females diploid… (More)
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1997
1997
The Diadromus pulchellus ascovirus (DpAV) has been isolated from laboratory strains of Diadromus pulchellus and in natural wild… (More)
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