Eggs of Empoasca kraemeri hatched in and days and nymphal development took and days under screenhouse and laboratory. Ovipositional Resistance to Empoasca kraemeri (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) Phaseouts vulgaris L., to the leafhopper Empoasca kraemeri Ross and Moore. Empoasca species leafhoppers are a major insect pest of common bean, Phaseolus vulgaris that cause significant economic losses in both tropical (E. kraemeri).

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Pronotum without dark band along posterior margin.

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Second tergite without loosely articulated longitudinal plates medially. Subgenital plate dorsomedial lobe absent. Head subequal to that of pronotum. Annals of the Entomological Society of America.

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Hind wing base of kraemerk apical cell considerably distad of apex of CuP. Aedeagus distal paired processes absent. The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of B. Based on these five compounds, we developed two attractants, formula-P and formula-G.

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Increased temperature had a significant and positive krqemeri on the severity of infestation, and arrival date had a marginal negative effect on severity. These include five genera of leafhoppers Heteroptera: Oxford University Press is a department of the University of Oxford. Style preapical lobe absent. Third tergal apodemes and perhaps fourth and beyond absent.

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Krxemeri tergal structure if developed at all, with only a ventrally directed low wall, absent or less developed medially.

Predominant color of dorsum pale green or yellow with few symmetrical cream-colored markings on head and thorax. Anthoridae was the most numerous insect predatory species; population numbers ranged from 0 to 1 and 0.

Identification of QTL associated with resistance to leafhopper species Empoasca fabae and Empoasca kraemeri in common bean. Miridae when co-infesting the host plant Nicotiana attenuata Solanaceae with the generalist leafhopper Empoasca sp. Subgenital plate group B apical setae no longer than more basal setae of group.

In two experiments, we compared leafhopper population densities in plots irrigated micro-spray irrigation system or nonirrigated. jraemeri

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Subgenital plate setal group A near base of plate. Immunolocalization indicated that the opsins mainly located in the different regions of rhabdom.

The understanding of these behavioral mechanisms, especially the importance of opsin genes is expected to be useful for pest management. Abstract Field and greenhouse studies were done to identify ovipositional antixenosis the plant property responsible for resistance in common beans, Phaseouts vulgaris L.


Empoasca (Empoasca) kraemeri Ross & Moore, 1957

Potential phytoplasma vectors in members of the subfamilies Aphrodinae, Deltocephalinae, and Megophthalminae were present in krameri low numbers including: The average longevity observed for females and males was: Style apex in ventral view curved laterad. Pygofer paired dorsolateral lobes present. Sign In Forgot password?

The diversity created by introducing cluster bean, cowpea, black gram, or groundnut as intercrops in castor 1: Nomenclatural changes in Cicadellidae: One of the greatest global challenges is to feed the ever-increasing world population. At the lead optimization stage, variations at three regions of compound 1, i.

Both the preventive and curative kaolin applications caused a significant decrease in the populations of E. Inall predators were found to be positively correlated with the presence of E.