1 09-29 Curculionidae Acoptus suturalis LeConte 1 06-29 Anthonomus
Mulrooney JE, Goli D (1999) Efficacy and degradation of fipronil applied to cotton for control of Anthonomus
grandis grandis (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).
Chrysomelidae) e o caruncho do botão floral Anthonomus
tenebrosus Boheman (Curculionidae).
A supervised control program for the pepper weevil, Anthonomus
eugenii Cano, in Honduras, Central America.
A POPULATION GENETICS STUDY OF ESTERASE-4 AND BODY COLOR IN THE BOLL WEEVIL, ANTHONOMUS
Diversity and distribution of parasitoids of Anthonomus
eugenii (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) from Mexico and prospects for biological control.
Since its entry into the United States from Mexico in 1892, the insect scientifically known as Anthonomus
grandis Boheman spread throughout the South, forcing radical economic and social changes in areas that had been almost completely dependent on cotton production.
These surveys resulted in the identification of 3 additional candidate natural enemies; a flower-bud feeding weevil, Anthonomus
tenebrosus Boheman (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), collected from TSA in Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil, and 2 leaf-feeding beetles; Platyphora sp.
Just one Anthonomus
eugenii larva among 100 peppers could be a harbinger of serious yield losses later in the season.
1992) found that variations in microclimate conditions around individual pheromone traps are responsible for considerable inter-trap variation in the capture of Anthonomus
1973) and Anthonomus
grandis Boheman (Gassner et al.
Biochemistry and physiology of aestivo-hibernation in the adult apple blossom weevil, Anthonomus
pomorum (Coleoptera: Curculionidae).