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- David K. Mfuti; Amanuel Tamiru; William D. J. Kirk; Adeyemi O. Akinyemi; Heather Campbell; Matthew O’Brien; Falko P. Drijfhout; Tom W. Pope; Saliou Niassy; Sevgan Subramanian
- Agronomy 2021 v.11 no.7 pp. -
- Megalurothrips sjostedti; Metarhizium anisopliae; agronomy; antifungal properties; attractants; beans; biopesticides; conidia; dose response; entomopathogenic fungi; flowers; spot spraying; viability
- ... The potential of semiochemicals to lure insect pests to a trap where they can be killed with biopesticides has been demonstrated as an eco-friendly pest management alternative. In this study, we tested two recently characterized male-produced aggregation pheromones of the bean flower thrips Megalurothrips sjostedti (Trybom), namely (R)-lavandulyl 3-methylbutanoate (major) and (R)-lavandulol (minor ...
- Stephanie Krueger; Sevgan Subramanian; Saliou Niassy; Gerald B. Moritz
- Arthropod structure & development 2015 v.44 no.5 pp. 455-467
- Euphorbia pulcherrima; Frankliniella occidentalis; Megalurothrips sjostedti; aggregation pheromones; beans; flowers; light microscopy; males; transmission electron microscopy; ultrastructure
- ... Sternal pores are important features for identification of male thrips, especially within the subfamily Thripinae. They vary in shape, size and distribution even between species of one genus. Their functional role is speculated to be that of sex- and/or aggregation pheromone production. Yet, sexual aggregations are not reported in Echinothrips americanus, known to have sternal pores, while we obse ...