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- Amouroux, P.; Normand, F.; Delatte, H.; Roques, A.; Nibouche, S.
- Bulletin of entomological research 2014 v.104 no.5 pp. 661-670
- multivoltine habit, etc ; Cecidomyiidae; Mangifera indica; diapause; dormancy; galls; inflorescences; laboratory experimentation; larvae; leaves; mangoes; midges; monitoring; orchards; pests; summer; temperature; trees; Reunion; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... The mango blossom gall midge, Procontarinia mangiferae, is a multivoltine species that induces galls in inflorescences and leaves of the mango tree, Mangifera indica. In subtropical Reunion Island, populations of P. mangiferae are observed all-year round, but the pattern and the role of dormancy in their life cycle have never been documented. We performed field and laboratory experiments using mor ...
- Nyabuga, F.N.; Loxdale, H.D.; Heckel, D.G.; Weisser, W.W.
- Bulletin of entomological research 2012 v.102 no.2 pp. 149-155
- multivoltine habit, etc ; Aphidoidea; Lysiphlebus; Tanacetum vulgare; alleles; genetic markers; genetic variation; genotyping; insects; parasitic wasps; population structure; Germany; Show all 12 Subjects
- ... In the interaction between two ecologically-associated species, the population structure of one species may affect the population structure of the other. Here, we examine the population structures of the aphid Metopeurum fuscoviride, a specialist on tansy Tanacetum vulgare, and its specialist primary hymenopterous parasitoid Lysiphlebus hirticornis, both of which are characterized by multivoltine ...