McEwen and Kidd (1995) investigated the role of artificial foods comprising yeast products such as sugar and water, which were sprayed in the field to increase numbers of naturally occurring lacewing
The green lacewing
, Mallada basalis (Walker) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae), distributed in South China, is one of the most important natural enemies used in the biological control of insect pests of forestry and agriculture (Ye et al.
A Cabot B Cook C Columbus D Drake A 100 feet per second B 100 miles per hour C 100 yards per minute D 100 kilometres per hour A Crane fly B Horse fly C Lacewing
D Warble fly QUESTION 8 - for 8 points: Who was the Republican nominee for the US presidency in the election of 2008?
Biosafety of a biopesticide and some pesticides used on cotton crop against green lacewing
, Chrysoperla carnea (Stehens) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae).
They are part of the "Biological Control Natural Predators Collection" which also offers lacewing
larvae which can eat up to 50 aphids a day or Phytoseiulus which are "fast moving predatory mites for controlling red spider mite in your conservatory or greenhouse".
Gardening magazine, not a single butterfly was seen to use the Gardman Butterfly Haven, no lacewings
were seen visiting the Chapelwood Lacewing
Chamber and just one ladybird was seen checking into the Crocus Ladybird Hotel when wildlife homes were tested in 10 gardens, mostly in and around the Sheffield area.
Scientists at CSIRO Entomology have learnt that silk made by the common Australian green lacewing
can be stretched up to six times further than silkworm silk.
The male lacewing
of the Chrysopa oculata species has roughly 10,000 individual glands on its abdomen, which release its pheromone, an attractant.
Director of winery operations and viticulture Scott Welcher uses a variety of techniques to build good bug populations, from distributing lacewing
eggs and predatory mites in the vineyard to planting attractive cover crops.
The armed youngsters risk their lives defending the colony against predatory insects, such as a lacewing
Backyard wildlife, after all, includes gardeners' best friends-- lacewing
larvae, which can consume 200 to 400 aphids before adulthood, birds that dine on all manner of garden bugs, and beneficial insects that go after pesty ones.
Researchers from the Swiss Federal Research Station for Agroecology and Agriculture found a two-thirds increase in mortality of green lacewing
larvae that were fed either European corn borer or armyworm larvae raised on Novartis' Bt corn, as compared to lacewing
larvae fed larva raised on non-transgenic corn (I-lillbeck et al.