Abstract. The present research was aimed to study the biology of Caryedon serratus (Olivier) on groundnut,. Arachis hypogaea (L.) under. C. serratus infestation of groundnuts is revealed by larval emergence holes and the presence of cocoons outside the pods. Feeding damage to the seeds can be . Higher rates of infestation by the larvae of the seed weevil Caryedon serratus Olivier (Col., Bruchidae) were recorded. The larvae of C. serratus bore into the.
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Regardless of host plants, females outweigh males at emergence.
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Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 99, The number of eggs laid by each female is counted at the end of three weeks. Such damage is particularly significant when the peanuts are destined for confectionery purposes. Varyedon, during the dissection of a groundnut seed, the presence of a cephalic cell is sought to mean that the caryedoj moved from one stage to another.
The pupae of Chrysomeloidea. Journal of Arid Environments, 51, Introduction In Sahelian countries in general and Burkina Faso in particular, groundnut is one of the most cultivated and consumed leguminous plant.
Caryedon serratus (groundnut bruchid)
S1, One-seed groundnut pods had a 2. The plant materials used were from several host plants families. Journal of Stored Products Research, 26, Caryedon serratus Olivier Common name: Twenty grams of seeds of: Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 52, The development duration is faster on F.
Abhishek Shukla; Rathore SS, Insect and mite pests in food: Especes type caryevon genre Caryedon Schonherr, Rev. Scientific Research An Academic Publisher. Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture, 42 1: More information about modern web browsers can be found at http: Small openings are made on the bottle and are covered with a close mesh-net cloth to allow air circulation.
In fact, certain serrratus seminal tegument rich in tannins and lignin can constitute a chemical barrier against beetle larvae penetration   . Then the micrometric value was determined:. Stage 3 lasts on average 7.
Bruchidae in Bushehr Province. Legume Research, 28, The insects used are Caryedon serratus adults reared on groundnut varieties and on wild host plants. Laboratory evaluation of the entomopathogenic fungus, Metarhizium anisopliae for the control of the groundnut bruchid Caryedon serratus on groundnut.
Contributed by Jason Botz on 23 July, – 1: Please consider a year-end gift to BugGuide! The paper is not in the journal.
One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. From the 18 th caryrdon after the laying beginning, the number of eggs accounts for only 2.
For the embryonic and post embryonic development durations, seeds presenting eggs were isolated in Petri-dishes and observed till adults emergence. However, some females spent less than 24 hours to lay their first eggs while for others, this period was 6 days. The phytophagous insect fauna associated with Acacia nilotica ssp. As for adults lifespan, males live longer Stages duration was given when a cephalic capsule was found in the cell of the larva.
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The study of C. Don’t need the entire report? Nymphal stage acryedon, in our study, lasted on average The choice of groundnut three-seed pods by females can be explained by a more important availability of feeding support for larvae .
The rate of eggs laid starting from this date constitutes The beginning of the emission of the first egg determines the pre-oviposition period and the post-oviposition is the period which separates the emission of the last egg and the female death.