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Some Entomophthoraceae parasitic on aphids found in Brazil, in the State of Rio Grande do Sul


  • LATTEUR, G. (1982). Some Entomophthoraceae parasitic on aphids found in Brazil, in the State of Rio Grande do Sul. Parasitica, 38: (2),
Type Journal Article
Year 1982
Title Some Entomophthoraceae parasitic on aphids found in Brazil, in the State of Rio Grande do Sul
Journal Parasitica
Recnumber 168
Volume 38
Issue 2
Endnote Keywords distribution|pathogens|hosts|natural enemies|lucerne|wheat|oats|entomopathogens|geographical distribution|cereals|agricultural entomology|Entomophthoraceae|
Abstract A table is given showing 5 species of Entomophthoraceae (of which some had several strains) that were isolated from aphids in Rio Grande do Sul and of which 3 are new to Brazil and 1 new to aphid hosts in that country; the 10 aphid species affected by them, of which nearly all were economic pests; and the 7 species of food-plants infested by these aphids, of which lucerne, wheat, oats, Lolium perenne and box (Buxus sempervirens) were of economic interest. The cereal aphids Metopolophium dirhodum (Wlk.) and Sitobion avenae (F.) were infected by 4 of the 5 fungus species.
Notes Cited Reference Count: 12 ref. Journal article French
Author address Station de Zoologie Appliquee, B-5800 Gembloux, Belgium.
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Authors LATTEUR, G.