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A parasitoid of solenopsis mealybug found at Emerald

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Spargo, G., Khan, M. and Byers, K. (2013) A parasitoid of solenopsis mealybug found at Emerald. Australian Cottongrower, 34 (2). pp. 22-23. ISSN 1442-5289

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The parasitoid of solenopsis mealybug, namely Aenasius bambawalei, has been recorded for the first time in Emerald, Queensland, Australia. The parasitoid was found during a routine inspection of ratoons on the western side of Emerald on 27 November 2012. During a recent trip to Theodore, two casings of parasitized mealybugs (already hatched) were also found, one on pigweed [ Amaranthus] and one in the field on a cotton plant.

Item Type:Article
Business groups:Crop and Food Science
Keywords:FF005Field Crops (NEW March 2000) FF500Weeds and Noxious Plants FF620Plant Pests (NEW March 2000) HH100Biological Control PP710Biological Resources (Animal) YY700Pathogens, Parasites and Infectious Diseases (Wild Animals) (NEW March 2000) cotton geographical distribution insect pests natural enemies new geographic records parasitism plant pests weeds Australia Queensland Aenasius Amaranthus Gossypium insects Solenopsis (Hymenoptera) Encyrtidae Hymenoptera insects Hexapoda arthropods invertebrates animals eukaryotes Amaranthaceae Caryophyllales dicotyledons angiosperms Spermatophyta plants APEC countries Australasia Oceania Commonwealth of Nations Developed Countries OECD Countries Malvaceae Malvales Australia Formicidae
Subjects:Science > Entomology
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