ETIELLA ZINCKENELLA PDF

Injury to soyabean pods caused by E. zinckenella is recognizable, even in the absence of the larva. Large pods are marked with a brown spot where the larva. limabean pod borer. Etiella zinckenella. Merle Shepard, Gerald , and P.A.C Ooi. limabean pod borer. Etiella zinckenella. Merle Shepard, Gerald. Etiella zinckenella (Treitschke). Taxonomic position. Insecta: Lepidoptera: Pyraloidea: Pyralidae: Phycitinae. Common name. Pulse pod borer moth.

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Top of abdomen with a tuft of golden-yellow hairs.

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You must accept the terms and conditions. White costal streak usually present. You could not be signed in. Email alerts New issue alert. Dedicated naturalists volunteer their time and resources here to provide this service.

In Iloilo Province, the Philippines, where soyabean is a recently introduced crop, E. Photos of insects and people from the gathering in ArizonaJuly Photos of insects and people from the gathering in Alabama Photos of insects and people from the gathering in Iowa Photos from the Workshop in Grinnell, Iowa Photos from the gathering in Washington. Global Information System on Pyraloidea. The caterpillars feed on the mung beanPhaseolus lunatus and other species of Fabaceae such as pigeonpea, cowpea, lablab, soybean, peas, chickpea, horse gram, green and black grams, Crotalaria junceaC.

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Don’t already have an Oxford Academic account? In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Larva overwinters within a cocoon in soil at a depth of cm; pupates in spring.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Etiella zinckenella. Phycitidaein Southern California Earl R. It attacks cultivated legumes including cowpea, garden pea Pisum sativumlima bean, mung bean, pigeon pea, common bean Phaseolus vulgaris and soyabean.

Species Etiella zinckenella – Gold-banded Etiella Moth – Hodges# –

Like most websites we use cookies. Forewing is yellow- or brown-grayish with characteristic light stripe along fore edge, with orange spot on basal third, and with dark fringe. Purchase Subscription prices and ordering Short-term Access To purchase short term access, please sign in to your Oxford Academic account above.

Abstract of Candidate Thesis Agric. Object stiella Systematic position. Articles with French-language external links Articles with ‘species’ microformats All stub articles. This Phycitini -related article is a stub. Generally the species is thermo- and xerophilous, but ecologically plastic, capable of surviving in a wide range sinckenella environments. Prefers large-fruited plant species. Remarks Worldwide pest of crops. Add comment Close comment form modal. Ecological studies of the lima-bean pod borer, Etiella zinckenella Treitschkeconducted in a coastal area of southern California during andrevealed that 3—4 larval generations occurred on lima beans between planting in April and cessation of growth in January.

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There is a tendency for specimens from North Etiellla to be grayer than those from the rest of the world, but this is by no means constant. Views Read Edit View history.

FW variably colored, red-brown to black-brown. Contributors own the copyright to and are solely responsible for contributed content. EU pesticides database www. Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic. It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.

Different biotypes of E. Larva lives inside fruit, eating away seeds.

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Eggs laid on seed pods.

Named in honor of German entomologist Johann Zincken It is found in southern and eastern Europe [2] and in the tropics and subtropics of Africa and Asia. Sau duc qua dau tuong.