Aspidiotus


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Noun1.Aspidiotus - a genus of DiaspididaeAspidiotus - a genus of Diaspididae    
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
Aspidiotus perniciosus, San Jose scale - small east Asian insect naturalized in the United States that damages fruit trees
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Navasero, Scientist II from the National Crop Protection Center of UPLB, is notable for his achievements during the period for his upgrading (2013-2015), which included the discovery and use of Comperiella calaunica (Hymenoptera: Encytridae), an efficient biological control agent and specific parasitoid, that contributed to the cessation of outbreak of invasive cocolisap Aspidiotus Rigidus Reyne (Hemiptera: Diaspididae), elucidate the chemical bases of repellency of some plants to some major pests of rice and eggplant, and assessment of potential impact of Bacillus thuringiensis eggplant, the first insecticide-protected plant being developed in the country, on nontarget arthropods.
the most noteworthy are: lethal yellowing, cadang-cadang and the Coleoptera Rhynchophorus ferrugineus (Linnaeus) as absent quarantine pests; red palm mite Raoiella indica a present quarantine pest; and the coconut mite Aceria guerreronis, the coconut transparent mealybug Aspidiotus destructor and the whitefly Aleurodicuspseudugesii, pests with great potential for dispersion and largely distributed in several growing regions worldwide.
(Hempel) 2001) (*) Acutaspis scutiformi SP, PR, RS (Costa Lima 1936; Lepage 1938; (Cockerell) Wolff & Corseuil 1993) (*) Aonidiella aurantii SP, RJ, RS (Costa Lima 1936; Lepage 1938; (Maskell) Lima 1938; Gomes Costa 1949; Wolff & Corseuil 1993; Bock & Tarrago 1995) Aspidiotus destructor AM (Foldi 1988) Signoret Aspidiotus nerii RS (Gianotti 1942; Wolff & Corseuil 1993; Bouche Claps et al.
'Cocolisap' (Aspidiotus rigidus), local term for coconut scale insect (CSI), causes the leaves of coconut trees to dry up and turn brown before withering away.
Biology of the scale insect Aspidiotus destructor Signoret (Hemiptera: Diaspididae) was studied on mango cultivar Desi at mean temperature of 30C and relative humidity (RH) 64 % in the laboratory as well as on four mango cultivars in a greenhouse at 25C and 60 % RH in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Province, Pakistan.
The insect/coconut scale is known as Aspidiotus or the cocolisap.
Desenvolvimento e comportamento de predacao de Coccidophilus citricola Brethes, 1905 (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae) sobre Aspidiotus nerii Bouche, 1833 (Hemiptera: Diaspididae).
Varios articulos se orientaban a ellas en general, y encaraban problemas como cochinillas y aspidiotus perniciosus, gomosis de limonero y citricos.