Earias vittella female (Photo: courtesy of Buck Richardson, Kuranda, Queensland ). The adult moths are off-white with a green or brown stripe along the middle of. Overview. Last modification: Basic information. EPPO code: EARIVI; Preferred name: Earias vittella; Authority: Fabricius. Other scientific names. An artificial diet was developed for mass rearing of the spotted bollworm Earias vittella (Fabricius) in environmentally controlled conditions (27±1°C, 65±5%.
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Braconidaea larval parasite of the cotton spotted bollworm, Earias vittella Fabricius.
Earias vittella (spiny bollworm)
Khaliq A; Yousaf M, Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: Conservation of ecosystem with higher profit through integrated pest management in cotton.
Histomorphology of the female reproductive system in various instars of Earias fabia Stoll.
Singh and Bichoo found little information other than sketchy reports on the nature and extent of damage. Indian Cotton Growing Review, 3: A new record of Bacillus cereus on the spotted bollworm, Earias vittella F.
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Some farmers allow livestock to graze cotton during the vegetative stage eariaz much the same effect. Seasonal incidence of okra shoot and fruit borer Earias vittella Fab.
The timing of sowing may also help reduce infestation.
Chptotaxy of eight noctuid caterpillars. Two new species of the genus Apanteles Foerster Hymenoptera: Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, pp. Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 66 Alipanah and Piri, Kashyap and Verma suggested that cotton should be inspected regularly and all wilted shoots removed, thus removing larvae.
If cotton plants are not removed after the harvest, they sprout from the stump. Hiremath and Thontadarya studied the damage to cotton plants by known numbers of E.
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On the activity rhythms and interspecific dominance of three species of spotted bollworms in Chinese. Ecological studies on the spotted bollworms of cotton and their parasites. Results of an experiment to control cotton bollworms in Hyderabad State, Fruit and shoot borer of okra.
Secondary branching may occasionally occur. Insect pests of economic significance affecting major crops of the countries in Asia and the Pacific region. Far fewer predators have been recorded, probably due to the inherent difficulties in observation. Uttar Pradesh Journal of Zoology, 15 1: Factors imparting resistance to stem damage vittellla Earias vittella F.
Indian Journal of Entomology, 7: Damage and excrement-filled tunnels in surviving fruit result in a low market price.
Spotted bollworms of cotton, Earias spp. Noctuidae in East Africa. The symptoms of attack are similar for all Earias species and are often described in general terms rather than for eatias species in much of the literature.
Components of female sex pheromone of spotted bollworm, Earias vittella F.
Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 67 5: Aerias pest incidence was found in fields where stumps vittdlla removed after harvest Sawhney and Nadkarny, Rajpal and Joshi, The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. Indian Journal of Entomology, 45 4: Earias vittella Fabricius, Lep.: However, subsequent surveys showed that the parasite failed to establish itself.
Protection Ecology, 6 1: Use of eraias multi-component pheromone formulation for control of cotton bollworms Lepidoptera: Surulivelu also reported reduced numbers of E. Eulophidae a primary parasitoid associated with Earias vittella Fabricius Lepidoptera: Journal of Biological Control, 25 2: Proceedings of a national symposium on pesticide residues and environmental pollution, Muzaffarnagar, India, October, Muzaffarnagar, India; Sanatan Dharm College, Singh J; Sandhu BS, Resistance to spotted bollworms, Earias spp.
Recent advances in cotton pest management. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities, 9 2: This is now thought to be of dubious benefit as many are useful to man and removal may reduce the pool of natural enemies Reed, Indian Journal of Plant Protection, 13 1: Failure of the cotton crop in the Punjab in because of Earias infestation was vittela to the absence of Bracon greeni which at the time was considered so efficient that it was specially transported from Delhi to Lyallpur now in Pakistan Lefroy, Acta Entomologica Sinica, Eariaz result is bunched growth in young plants and killing of the growing point in the mature plant.