2 edition of Worldwide literature of the Lygus complex (Hemiptera: Miridae), 1900-1980 found in the catalog.
Worldwide literature of the Lygus complex (Hemiptera: Miridae), 1900-1980
H. M. Graham
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, National Technical Information Service, distributor in Beltsville, Md, [Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Statement||compiled by H.M. Graham, A.A. Negm, L.R. Ertle.|
|Series||Bibliographies and literature of agriculture ;, no. 30|
|Contributions||Negm, A. A., Ertle, L. R., United States. Agricultural Research Service.|
|LC Classifications||Z5858.L93 G73 1984, QL523.M5 G73 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 205 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||205|
|LC Control Number||84603833|
In the field, we examined the Lygus spp. complex, as well as the prevalence of other herbivores and select predators, and monitored their responses to unbaited sticky traps of various colors and PAA-baited green and blue sticky traps. Green, blue, and clear sticky traps captured significantly more Lygus spp. (L. elisus in particular) than. The Readers Review: Literature from to — members — Last Activity 2 hours, 53 min ago Books & Literature → Literature & Fiction This is a group for discerning readers looking to discover, explore, and critically discuss some of the World’s literature, with a primary emphasis on more. Underground Knowledge — A discussion group .
The Language of Literature: World Literature (California Teacher's Edition) on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Language of Literature: World Literature (California Teacher's Edition). Lygus elisus, known generally as the pale legume bug or lucerne plant bug, is a species of plant bug in the family Miridae. It is found in Central America, North America, and Oceania. References Further reading. Schwartz, Michael D.; Foottit, Robert G. .
Lygus bugs (Lygus spp., family Miridae) feed on buds, flowers, and growing tips of many plants. Seedlings of Douglas-fir, true fir, pine, and spruce commonly are damaged by these insects. Hybrid poplars are also affected. Distribution. Plants are attacked throughout the United States and southern Canada. Nursery damage is reported in the. Lygus bugs also occasionally feed on insects, and can contribute to the biological control of aphids and other small, soft-bodied species. This habit is particularly well documented with the mullein (campylomma) bug, which can damage fruit during spring, but later is an important predator of orchard insects.
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Get this from a library. Worldwide literature of the Lygus complex (Hemiptera: Miridae), [H M Graham; A A Negm; L R Ertle; United States. Agricultural Research Service.]. Full text of "Worldwide literature of the Lygus complex (Hemiptera, Miridae), " See other formats. Several species of true bugs have emerged as important pests of cotton (Leigh et al., ).The complex varies significantly by region.
The tarnished plant bug, Lygus lineolaris, and the Western tarnished plant bug, Lygus hesperus, are the most important pests in the mid-southern and western United States, respectively (Fig. ).In parts of Texas, the complex of true. Day WH, Biological control efforts against Lygus and Adelphocoris spp.
infesting alfalfa in the United States, with notes on other associated mirid species. In: Economic Importance and Biological Control of Lygus and Adelphocoris in North America, 64 [ed. by Hedlund R, Graham HM]. Washington, USA: USDA, Agric. Res. Publ. ARS. EPPO. The tarnished plant Worldwide literature of the Lygus complex book (Lygus lineolaris) feeds on over half of all commercially grown crop plants, but favors cotton, alfalfa, beans, stone fruits, and conifer bug can be found across North America, from northern Canada to southern Mexico.; The western tarnished plant bug (Lygus hesperus) is a very serious pest of cotton, strawberries, and seed crops such as Class: Insecta.
In northern Alberta, the Lygus “complex” is dominated by L. keltoni and L. lineolaris. In southern Alberta, pan trap catches from to indicated that the Lygus complex is dominated by L. elisus, but L. keltoni and L. borealis were also present.
In and outbreaks in canola in southern Alberta were dominated by L. keltoni. Leiophron uniformis, attacks Lygus nymphs in the Yuma area. These natural enemies may help keep Lygus numbers in check on alfalfa and other plants, but are seldom abun-dant enough to control Lygus bugs migrating into cotton.
International Symposium: Ecology and Management of Lygus Plant Bugs Summary notes Peter Ellsworth & Peter Mason Lygus plant bugs cause economic damage to a wide variety of agricultural crops. In North America, the tarnished plant bug, Lygus lineolaris (Palisot) and the western tarnished plant bug L.
hesperus Knight are the primary pest species. This is a pre historical reproduction that was curated for quality. Quality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfections introduced by the digitization process. Though we have made best efforts - the books may have occasional errors that do not impede the reading experience.
We believe this work is culturally important /5(2). Lygus hesperus Lygus lineolaris Lygus elisus General Information. Lygus adults and nymphs pierce flower and fruiting structures.
They cause malformation, poor pollination and abscission of flowers. Deform and discolor fruiting structures. Deformity commonly referred to as “catfacing”. lygus bugs on potatoes in the PNW.1 Even so, it is very important to monitor lygus bugs in the field to avoid any potential yield losses due to excessive feeding damage.
Lygus bugs are abundant on potatoes throughout the growing season from as early as vegetative growth stage, when the visible portion of the plant emerges and a b.
Lygus hesperus (Knight) (Hemiptera: Miridae) is an economically important pest of various field crops. It is the dominant species within the Texas High Plains Lygus complex.
The year-round availability of its potentially preferred host plants is one of the reasons for the occurrence of this pest throughout most of the year in the Texas High Plains.
General information about Lygus rugulipennis (LYGURU) Several European Lygus species are known as "tarnished plant bugs" and are difficult to distinguish. The book is a required school book for my high school age son, he is a junior.
I think the book is a little out dated, but it came with a good binding, and I hope to sell it at the end of the year. Read moreReviews: 8. However, in olfactometer bioassays, cues from the host plant – Lygus complex with insects (PL ofd+gf) elicit a response in females, whereas those from the host plant – Lygus com-plex with.
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Table 3 lists the phytophagous species cited more than once in the literature. As indicated by the table, many Lygus and related genera, Calocoris and Adelphocoris as well as some phylinae (e.g., Plagiognathus arbustorum), are predominant.
consistent control of the Lygus bug complex. Beltwide Cotton Conferences, Plant Bugs January 9, Ellsworth, Lygus, Western Perspective 5 Elsworth/UA Opportunities: Great & Small ¥No panacea, no silver bullet ¥Regardless of technologies, ¥Progress will be. Species of Lygus: Although there are 14 species of plant bugs in the genus Lygus in Manitoba, 3 of these can be common on many crops in lineolaris, commonly called the tarnished plant bug, is often the most abundant of these 3 species of lygus other 2 species that can be common on crops are Lygus borealis, and Lygus elisus, commonly called .The abundance of lygus bugs in relation to the fruiting condition of the cotton plants determines the need for control measures.
Inspect fields for lygus bugs at 4- to 5-day intervals throughout the fruiting period. Before peak bloom, using a sweep net is the most accurate way to sample for lygus. After peak bloom, a drop cloth is best.Allen and Wells were created by the modern mass market for literature.
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