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life history and external morphology of the cypress tip moth, Argyresthia cupressella Wlsm

Yun Hwa Chang

life history and external morphology of the cypress tip moth, Argyresthia cupressella Wlsm

by Yun Hwa Chang

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Argyresthia.,
  • Moths.,
  • Lepidoptera.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Yun Hwa Chang.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination47 leaves, bound :
    Number of Pages47
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14305058M

    ONLINE ISSN: X PRINT ISSN: (As of Octo ) Registered articles: 3, Article; Volume/Issue/Page; DOICited by:   Apple Fruit Moth Argyresthia conjugella (Zeller, ). Family: Yponomeutidae Subfamily: Argyresthiinae.

    This moth was found in Germany, Bavaria, Bayerischer Wald, natural garden, , m, Light trap. Laboratory studies characterized the life history of C. porphyretica and its parasitoid Pholetesor sp. prob. salalicus (Mason). The developmental period of C. porphyretica, from egg to adult, took , , and degree-days (DD) at 20, 25, and 30 degrees C, respectively, by using a Cited by: 2.

    Peppered Moth Simulation Background: Industrial melanism is a term used to describe the adaptation of a population in response to pollution. One example of rapid industrial melanism occurred in populations of peppered moths in the area of Manchester, England from to Before the industrial revolution,File Size: 61KB. Abstract Factors affecting diapause termination in adults of the small cedar longicorn beetle, Callidiellum rufipenne, in Japanese cedar (Cryptomeria japonica) logs were with adults inside were kept outdoors for about one month in September , and chilled at 5°C 45, 60 or 90 days before incubation at 25°C under LD or DD (constant darkness).


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Life history and external morphology of the cypress tip moth, Argyresthia cupressella Wlsm by Yun Hwa Chang Download PDF EPUB FB2

The life history and external morphology of the cypress tip moth, Argyresthia cupressella Wlsm Public DepositedAuthor: Yun Hwa Chang. The life history and external morphology of the cypress tip moth, Argyresthia cupressella Wlsm. THE LIFE HISTORY, PARASITES, AND ECONOMIC STATUS OF THE LARCH SHOOT MOTH, ARGYRESTHIA LARICELLA KFT.

(LEPIDOPTERA, YPONOMEUTIDAE), AND COMPARISONS WITH A. Argyresthia cupressella was found in Suffolk, UK, during Junethis is the 1st record of this species in Europe. The adult is described and the life cycle is summarized.

Larvae of A. cupressella damaged Cupressocyparis leylandii, C. leylandii 'Castlewellan gold', Chamaecyparis lawsoniana Minima and Juniperus scopulorum Skyrocket. The distribution, pest potential and anticipated spread of Cited by: 2. Argyresthia cupressella (Cypress-tip Moth) - Argyresthia cupressella Wlsm book Micro moths of Norfolk.

In association with the Norfolk Moth Survey. Morphology, Biology and Control Possibilities of Two Argyresthia species – A. thuiella and A. trifasciata (Lepidoptera: Argyresthiidae). Acta Universitatis Agriculturae et Silviculturae Mendelianae Brunensis, 62(3): – The bionomics of Argyresthia thuiella (Packard, ) and A.

trifasciata Staudinger, was studiedCited by: 1. moths. Attacus atlas is one of the largest Saturniid which is common in Western Ghats region in Kolhapur district, Maharashtra.

Scanty information is available on the various aspects of biology of this species. Nazar () studied life cycle of Attacus atlas on clove leaves, Syzygium aromaticum L. in greenhouse from Indonesia. Abstract.

Egg, larva, and pupa of Gamelia anableps (C. Felder & R. Felder, ) are described for the first time and the chaetotaxy of the first instar provided. Eggs and selected structures of larvae and pupae were also investigated by means of scanning electron by: 3.

The life-history and biology of Dirphia araucariae Jones,including its life fertility table, are here described. Moths were reared in the laboratory under controlled conditions on their host plant, Araucaria angustifolia (Bertoloni) O.

Abstract. The agave red worm, Comadia redtenbacheri (Hammerschmidt), is an important source of food and income in Mexico. Despite its importance, several aspects of its biology, morphology, and behavior remain poorly studied. In this work, we describe and illustrate the morphology of all the life stages that may aid in understanding certain aspects of its : R Castro-Torres, C Llanderal-Cázares.

Argyresthiidae: Argyresthia cupressella - This website presents images of British and European Lepidoptera preparations. It is designed as a reference tool to augment information provided in literature.

Skip to Article Content; Skip to Article InformationCited by: The Cypress Tip moth Argyresthia cupressella Walsingham, (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae) new to Britain.

– Entomologist’s Gazette Agius J, a. Lantanophaga pusillidactylus (Walker, ) new to the Maltese Islands (Lepidoptera: Pterophoridae). – SHILAP, Revista de Lepidopterología 45(): Agius J, a.

Int. Insect Morphol. & Embryol., Vol. 20, No. 6, pp.$ + Printed in Great Britain Pergamon Press plc MORPHOLOGY AND DISTRIBUTION OF SENSILLA ON THE CEPHALIC APPENDAGES, TARSI AND OVIPOSITOR OF THE EUROPEAN SUNFLOWER MOTH, HOMOEOSOMA NEBULELLA by: The life history was studied in the field and laboratory conditions.

Host plants for species in genera Hemerophila, Rhobonda, and Zodia are in the family Moraceae, while hosts for three different species of Brenthia belong to three different plant families (Cecropiaceae, Marantaceae, and Sterculiaceae).

Argyresthiidae: Argyresthia trifasciata - This website presents images of British and European Lepidoptera preparations. It is designed as a reference tool to augment information provided in literature. Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet.

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The venom duct opens close to the tip of the tarsungulum and a tendon has its terminal insertion on a proximoinner point of the tarsungulum (Meinert, ;Verhoeff, Verhoeff, Verhoeff. Cypress tip moth. Synonyms and other taxonomic changes. Argyresthia cupressella Walsingham,Phylogenetic sequence # Insect Life 3(3), p.

Internet References. Moth Photographers Group. Oregon State University. University of California, Davis. The third instar larvae and the pupae of Platyphileurus felscheanus Ohaus, (Phileurini), recently synonymized with Surutu jelineki Endrődi, (Cyclocephalini), are described and illustrated, and some life history information is given.

The larvae were collected and reared in bromeliads in rain forests of Santa Catarina state in southern by: 2.The lesser wax moth (Achroia grisella), is a noxious pest of honey bee biology of this deleterious species was studied under laboratory condition at 31±2°C and of % RH.

This study was conducted to provide an exhaustive considerate of the life cycle and larval growth of this insect under laboratory conditions.[B&F: b] Cypress Tip Moth (Argyresthia cupressella) Walsingham, Notes: Local in gardens throughout East Anglia, and northern and western England.

An adventive species, recorded nationally for the first time in in Suffolk, the Cypress Tip Moth is now fully naturalised following its accidental introduction on coniferous trees.