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Seasonal mortality of Prolatus aciculata Sharma, a larval parasitoid of Sinoxylon anale, due to hyperparasitoids






Transactions of Indian Society of Desert Technology 12(1): 27-28

Seasonal mortality of Prolatus aciculata Sharma, a larval parasitoid of Sinoxylon anale, due to hyperparasitoids

In a survey in Jammu, India, in 1983-84, the chalcidid Brachymeria, the eurytomid Eurytoma and the ichneumonid Diaglyptidea were observed parasitizing the braconid Prolatus aciculata, a larval parasitoid of the bostrichid Sinoxylon anale on caged wooden logs of Dalbergia sissoo. The rate of parasitism was 18.2% in October, 50.7% in November and 85% in December.


Accession: 001940778



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