Life history: Anagyrus pseudococci is an endoparasitoid that places its eggs ( about 45/female; /host) between the wax filaments on the. CITRIPAR. Anagyrus pseudococci. CITRIPAR. Unit of packaging. Anagyrus pseudococci (parasitic wasp) Pack size: 50 ml bottle. Contains: mummies mixed with. Anagyrus is a large genus of parasitic wasps from the family Encyrtidae. Anagyrus is distributed . Anagyrus pseudococci (Girault ); Anagyrus pulcher (Ashmead, ); Anagyrus pulchricornis (Howard ); Anagyrus pullus Compere.
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Taxonomic Tree Top of page Domain: The introduction rates of this product should be adjusted to the mode of action of the product and the results that can be expected in the crop where the product is applied. Log in Register now.
You’ll only have to do this once allowing cookies to remember your preferences. Let’s make things easier for you We can offer you more relevant advice, if you let us know where you are and what language you prefer. Anagyrus pseudococci was the most commonly reared parasitoid on field-collected vine mealybugs in California Malakar-Kuenen et al. Anagyrus pseudococci is the most effective parasitoid against the vine mealybug in California, but parasitism rates did not provide adequate pest population suppression Daane et al.
The young larvae are almost transparent to pale-white and have light brown, sclerotized mouthparts; elder larvae are white.
Target Effective against citrus mealybugs Planococcus citri and vine mealybugs Planococcus ficus. The body of the male is all black. Synonymy Back to Top Girault originally described it as Epidinocarsis pseudococci.
The third instar lasts approximately one day. Already a Biobest customer? Producer of sticky traps BKS A. Your local Koppert consultant or recognized distributor will be able to advise you further.
For free tips Sign Up to our Newsletter! Morphological, biological, and molecular comparisons among the different geographical populations of Anagyrus pseudococci Hymenoptera: These will swell up and become hard, yellow-brown mummies.
Description Back to Top Eggs: Type your e-mail address. All products are tested to meet specification requirements before leaving the factory. Storage and handling Biological beneficials have a very short life expectancy and therefore need to be introduced into the crop as soon as possible after receipt.
Immediately upon emergence, the wasps will mate and begin searching for suitable hosts i. It is especially designed to prevent ants from penetrating inside, yet enabling the parasitic wasps to emerge undisturbed. The egg stalk connection is broken by the fourth instar Daane et al.
Female Anagyrus pseudococci and exit hole in a mealybug host. Do not sprinkle the mummies actively from the container. The larvae are white and develop inside their hosts. The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. The eggs are yellow-white and 0. Koppert Biological Systems can not be held liable for unauthorized use.
For more information psekdococci contact us. It is now widely established in California and used for biological control against pseuodcocci invasive vine mealybug Planococcus ficus Signoret Daane et anqgyrus. To apply the product, remove the lid, expose the adhesive surface of the label to protect the contents of the package from ants and place the package in a shady place, protected from rain or dew, preferably close to a mealybug-infested spot.
We can offer you more relevant advice, if you let us know where you are and what language you prefer. The other stages of development occur inside the host. Mode of action Female adult parasitic wasp parasitizes the mealybugs. Ants reduce the effectiveness of biological control against mealybugs, and growers will have to treat for ajagyrus to achieve the best results Daane et al.
Adults show marked sexual dimorphism: Yes, I want to receive personalized anavyrus. The adult wasp will emerge from a round hole in the mummy.