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Evaluation of the risk of toxicity of pesticides to three beneficial insects (Adalia bipunctata, Aphidius rhopalosiphi and Episyrphus balteatus) by residual chemical treatment


  • Copin, A. , Latteur, G. , Deleu, R. , Mahaut, T. & Schiffers, B. (2001). Evaluation of the risk of toxicity of pesticides to three beneficial insects (Adalia bipunctata, Aphidius rhopalosiphi and Episyrphus balteatus) by residual chemical treatment In: Evaluation du risque de toxicite de pesticides vis-a-vis de trois insectes auxiliaires (Adalia bipunctata, Aphidius rhopalosophi et Episyrphus balteatus) par le dosage chimique des residus, Bruxelles Belgium, Ministere des Classes Moyennes et de l'Agriculture Service Information - Bibliotheque,
Type Book Section
Year 2001
Chapter title Evaluation of the risk of toxicity of pesticides to three beneficial insects (Adalia bipunctata, Aphidius rhopalosiphi and Episyrphus balteatus) by residual chemical treatment
Book title Evaluation du risque de toxicite de pesticides vis-a-vis de trois insectes auxiliaires (Adalia bipunctata, Aphidius rhopalosophi et Episyrphus balteatus) par le dosage chimique des residus
City Bruxelles Belgium
Publisher Ministere des Classes Moyennes et de l'Agriculture Service Information - Bibliotheque
Recnumber 150
Endnote Keywords beneficial insects|cereals|deltamethrin|fenpropimorph|field crops|fungicides|insecticides|integrated control|natural enemies|nontarget effects|parasitoids|pesticide residues|phosalone|pirimicarb|potatoes|predators|toxicity|
Abstract The toxicity of 3 insecticides (pirimicarb, deltamethrin and phosalone) and a fungicide (fenpropimorph) to the predators Adalia bipunctata and Episyrphus balteatus and the parasitoid Aphidius rhopalosiphi was investigated during 1995-2001 under laboratory, semi-natural and field conditions in Belgium. Special attention was paid to integrated control in field crops, especially cereals, beans and potatoes. It was shown that accurate prediction of pesticide toxicity to beneficial insects in the field, based on laboratory tests, had considerable limitations.
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Authors Copin, A. , Latteur, G. , Deleu, R. , Mahaut, T. & Schiffers, B.