Chrysomphalus dictyospermi (Morgan, ). Dataset; GBIF Backbone Taxonomy: Rank; SPECIES: Published in; Fjelddalen, J. Skjoldlus ( Coccinea. PDF | Effect of temperature on life history of Chrysomphalus dictyospermi ( Morgan) (Hemiptera Diaspididae). This study documented the life table parameters of. On citrus, heavy infestations of C. dictyospermi can cover the tree. The toxic saliva injected while feeding causes leaf chlorosis, and feeding by many scale.
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Chrysomphalus dictyospermi – Wikipedia
Knowledge Bank home Change location. Go to distribution map On citrus, heavy infestations of C.
Chrysomphalus dictyospermi (Morgan, 1889)
The toxic saliva injected while feeding causes leaf chlorosis, and feeding by many scale insects causes drying and death of the branches Cohic, Infestation decreases plant growth and development and disfigures the fruit, reducing dictyosoermi market value. Biological Control Successful biological control of C.
Various species of Aphytis that had been used for control of Aonidiella aurantii in California were introduced, but only Aphytis melinus became widely established and effective against C. The background and results of biological control of C.
In mainland Italy, biological control by A. Aphytis citrinus [Aphytis aonidiae] appeared in Turkey in and spread throughout the country, principally attacking C. Chkhaidze and Yasnosh remarked that cgrysomphalus the Republic of Georgia, the natural enemy complex considerably limits the presence of C. In Cuba, control of C.
dictyospermum scale (Chrysomphalus dictyospermi)
Benassy discussed the mass rearing of A. The use of pesticides can have an adverse impact on natural enemy populations Bozan and Yildirim, Danzig and Pellizzari referred to C.
Miller and Gimpel mentioned it being a most serious pest of citrus in the western Mediterranean Basin, Greece and Iran. Crouzel recorded C.
In the Republic of Georgia, it is the main scale insect pest of citrus Chkhaidze and Yasnosh, Foldi listed it as an economically important pest in France. In Egypt, it attacks ornamental plants under glass Nada, The species is of economic importance on several hosts in Brazil, and is regarded as a pest in Argentina, where it occurs on both cultivated and native plants; in Chile it is a primary pest on Citrus and is common on ornamental plants Claps et al. The species has been reported as a significant pest of Citrus in a number of countries in the South Pacific region; it is also very destructive to rose trees Williams and Watson, FAO dicyospermi C.