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Ecological characteristics of the predator, Orius sauteri Poppius (Hemiptera: Anthocoridae)



Ecological characteristics of the predator, Orius sauteri Poppius (Hemiptera: Anthocoridae)



Research Reports of the Rural Development Administration, Crop Protection 34(2): 68-73



In a study in Chonbuk Province, Korea Republic, the predator Orius sauteri overwintered as adults below the bark of trees, with the greatest density found on Diospyros kaki followed by Cornus officinalis, Pyrus ussariensis and Malus pumila, in order. Most adults were found at 30-60 cm above ground and on trees >20 years old. The predator was observed in mid- to late June in soyabean fields, with the population reaching a peak in late August.

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