Dysdercus


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Noun1.Dysdercus - a genus of slender long-legged bugs that feed on the developing seeds of cotton and stain itDysdercus - a genus of slender long-legged bugs that feed on the developing seeds of cotton and stain it
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
cotton stainer - a true bug: bug that damages and stains the lint of developing cotton
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Sucking insect pest complex, comprising of aphids Aphis gossypii Glover, jassids Amrasca devastans Distant, whiteflies Bemisia tabaci Gennadius, thrips Thrips tabaciLindeman, red cotton bugs Dysdercus koenigii Walk and dusky cotton bugs Oxycarenus hyalinipennis Costa, has been a challenge on transgenic (Bt) cotton crop all over the world.
Evaluation of Metarhizium anisopliae strains as potential biocontrol agents of the tick Rhipicephalus (Boophilus) microplus and the cotton stainer Dysdercus peruvianus.
Insecticidal action of the polyphenolic rich fraction from the stem bark of Sterlus asper on Dysdercus cingulatus.
Predatory potential and stage preference of reduviid predator, Allaeocranum quadrisignatum (Reuter) on Dysdercus cingulatus Fabricius.
coccus degeneren solo hasta el final de la vitelogenesis, sugiere que sus celulas nutricias, ademas de enviar ribosomas y mitocondrias a los ovocitos (Ramirez-Cruz 2012), pudieran proporcionar ademas por ejemplo lipidos, tal como sucede en Lygus lineolaris (Palisot de Beauvois, 1818) (Hemiptera:Miridae) (Ma y Ramaswamy 1987) o proteinas como en el caso de Dysdercus intermedius Distant, 1902 (Hemiptera:Pyrrhocoridae) (Biczkowski y Dittman 1995).
Red Cotton Bug, scientifically known as Dysdercus cingulatus, is small insect of about 12-14 mm in length, with deep red legs and antennae.
2007b); Bemisia tabaci (Gennadius, 1889) (Aleyrodidae) e Dysdercus koenigii (Fabricius, 1775) (Pyrrhocoridae) com A.
The very abundant (va) species of non target herbivores, both in NuOpal[R] and DeltaOpal[R] cotton with the whole plant and beat sheet methods, were Horciasoides nobilellus (Bergston, 1883) and Dysdercus sp.