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Monomorium floricola
... tall tropicals. REFERENCES 1992. Hawaiian Terrestrial Arthropod Checklist. Gordon M. Nishida, Ed. Bishop Museum: Honolulu, Hawaii. 262 pp. Holldobler, B. & E. O. Wilson. 1990. The Ants. The Belknap Press ... Polynesia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Pacific Insects Monograph 14. Bernice P. Bishop Museum Entomology Department: Honolulu. 96 pp. MAR/1992 M-FLORIC Back To: Crop Master Menu Knowledge Master ...
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Paratrechina vaga
... be effective. REFERENCES 1992. Hawaiian Terrestrial Arthropod Checklist. Gordon M. Nishida,[ Ed.] Bishop Museum: Honolulu, Hawaii. 262 pp. Holldobler, B. & E. O. Wilson. 1990. The Ants. The Belknap Press of ... of Polynesia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Pacific Insects Monograph 14. Bernice P. Bishop Museum Entomology Department: Honolulu. 96 pp. MAR/1992 P-VAGA Back To: Crop Master Menu Knowledge Master ...
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Technomyrmex albipes
... in orchards. REFERENCES 1992. Hawaiian Terrestrial Arthropod Checklist. Gordon M. Nishida, Ed. Bishop Museum: Honolulu, Hawaii. 262 pp. Holldobler, B. & E. O. Wilson. l990. The Ants. The Belknap Press of ... of Polynesia (Hymenoptera: Formicidae). Pacific Insects Monograph 14. Bernice P. Bishop Museum Entomology Department: Honolulu. 96 pp. MAR/1992 T-ALBIPE Back To: Crop Master Menu Knowledge Master ...
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Empoasca solana
... Martin Kessing, Educational Specialist Ronald F.L. Mau, Extension Entomologist Department of Entomology Honolulu, Hawaii HOSTS This leafhopper attacks many crops including: banana, beet, blackeye bean, celery, cowpea ... . Krauss. 1945. Empoasca solana DeLong. pp. 57-58. In: Common Insects of Hawaii. Tongg Publishing Company, Honolulu, Hawaii. 228 pages. Haque, S. Q. and S. Parasram. 1973. Empoasca ...
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Aphis gossypii
... Educational Specialist Ronald F.L. Mau, Extension Entomologist Department of Entomology Honolulu, Hawaii HOSTS This is perhaps Hawaii's most common and destructive aphid. The cotton or melon ... control methods to decrease the development of resistance. Various aphid populations in Hawaii were studied for their susceptibility to endosulfan, esfenvalerate, methomyl, and oxydemeton-methyl (Hollingsworth ...
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Aphis middletonii
... Ronald F.L. Mau, Extension Entomologist Jayma L. Martin Kessing, Extension Specialist Department of Entomology Honolulu, Hawaii HOSTS The preferred hosts of this species of aphid are plants belonging to the Aster ... stage There are many generations of this aphid throughout the year in Hawaii. EGGS Eggs are not produced in Hawaii. In temperate regions this aphid over winters as eggs. NYMPHS The ...
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Brevicoryne brassicae
... Educational Specialist Ronald F.L. Mau, Extension Entomologist Department of Entomology Honolulu, Hawaii HOSTS This aphid feeds on all cultivated and wild cruciferous plants ... Hawaii, A Manual of the Insects of the Hawaiian Islands, including Enumeration of the Species and Notes on Their Origin, Distribution, Hosts, Parasites, etc. Volume 5: Homoptera, Aphididae. University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu ...
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Hyperomyza lactucae
... Ronald F.L. Mau, Extension Entomologist Jayma L. Martin, Educational Specialist Department of Entomology Honolulu, Hawaii HOSTS Primary hosts on which this aphid develops belong to the Ribes genus. ... other aphids. Only A. sonchi became established. Specific parasites are not reported for Hawaii. However, several general aphid predators, parasites, and pathogens are present that affect populations ...
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Lipaphis erysimi
... .L. Mau, Extension Entomologist Jayma L. Martin Kessing, Educational Specialist Department of Entomology Honolulu, Hawaii HOSTS This aphid attacks several vegetable crops including: broccoli, cabbage, Chinese broccoli (gai lon ... parsatized by two wasp parasites (a Chalcid and an Ichneumonid) (Deshpande, 1937). In Hawaii, it is suspected that this aphid is attacked by several parasites and predators ...
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Macrosiphum euphorbiae
... Jayma L. Martin Kessing, Educational Specialist Ronald F.L. Mau, Extension Entomologist Department of Entomology Honolulu, Hawaii HOSTS The potato aphid attacks over 200 plants including vegetable and ornamental crops as ... distribution except for the Indian subcontinent. It was first reported in Hawaii in 1910, and is now present on Hawaii, Kauai, Maui and Oahu. DAMAGE Aphids feed by sucking sap ...
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