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The longevity and fecundity of orius tristicolor when introduced to increasing numbers of the prey frankliniella occidentalis/


Environmental Entomology 7(2): 197-198
The longevity and fecundity of orius tristicolor when introduced to increasing numbers of the prey frankliniella occidentalis/
O. tristicolor White was exposed to increasing numbers of the western flower thrips, F. occidentalis (Pergande), as prey. As the number of thrips increased from 0-735, the adult pirate bug mortality decreased and nymph production per O. tristicolor female increased. Similarly, the pirate bug nymphal survival was longer when more thrips were available as prey.

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Accession: 006712081

DOI: 10.1093/ee/7.2.197



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