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Eggs of Ephestia kuehniella and Ceratitis capitata, and motile stages of the astigmatid mitesTyrophagus putrescentiaeand Carpoglyphus lactis as factitious foods for Orius spp.

Jochem Bonte, Anaïs Van de Walle, Des Conlong and Patrick De Clercq UGent (2017) INSECT SCIENCE. 24(4). p.613-622
abstract
Several factitious foods were assessed for rearing the anthocorid predators Orius thripoborus (Hesse) and Orius naivashae (Poppius) (Hemiptera: Anthocoridae) in the laboratory. Developmental and reproductive traits of both Orius species were examined when offered frozen eggs of the Mediterranean flour moth, Ephestia kuehniella Zeller, frozen processed eggs of the medfly, Ceratitis capitata Wiedemann, or mixed motile stages of the astigmatid mites Tyrophagus putrescentiae (Schrank) or Carpoglyphus lactis (L). Whereas C. lactis and T. putresecentiae proved to be an inferior food for rearing O. thripoborus and O. naivashae, eggs of C. capitata fully supported development and reproduction of both predators. Results on medfly eggs were similar or slightly inferior to those on E. kuehniella eggs, which is the standard food for culturing these anthocorid bugs. O. thripoborus could be maintained for 4 consecutive generations on C. capitata eggs indicating that processed medfly eggs can be a suitable and cheaper alternative to E. kuehniella eggs for prolonged rearing of these Orius spp.
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Anthocoridae, biological control, Ceratitis capitata, factitious foods, mass rearing, Orius spp, MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT-FLIES, STERILE INSECT TECHNIQUE, ARTIFICIAL DIETS, MASS-PRODUCTION, ALTERNATIVE PREY, INSIDIOSUS SAY, ANTHOCORIDAE, LAEVIGATUS, REPRODUCTION, PREDATOR
journal title
INSECT SCIENCE
Insect Sci.
volume
24
issue
4
pages
613 - 622
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Article
Web of Science id
000406477400007
ISSN
1672-9609
DOI
10.1111/1744-7917.12293
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English
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yes
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A1
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8519637
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-8519637
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2017-05-05 07:06:00
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  abstract     = {Several factitious foods were assessed for rearing the anthocorid predators Orius thripoborus (Hesse) and Orius naivashae (Poppius) (Hemiptera: Anthocoridae) in the laboratory. Developmental and reproductive traits of both Orius species were examined when offered frozen eggs of the Mediterranean flour moth, Ephestia kuehniella Zeller, frozen processed eggs of the medfly, Ceratitis capitata Wiedemann, or mixed motile stages of the astigmatid mites Tyrophagus putrescentiae (Schrank) or Carpoglyphus lactis (L). Whereas C. lactis and T. putresecentiae proved to be an inferior food for rearing O. thripoborus and O. naivashae, eggs of C. capitata fully supported development and reproduction of both predators. Results on medfly eggs were similar or slightly inferior to those on E. kuehniella eggs, which is the standard food for culturing these anthocorid bugs. O. thripoborus could be maintained for 4 consecutive generations on C. capitata eggs indicating that processed medfly eggs can be a suitable and cheaper alternative to E. kuehniella eggs for prolonged rearing of these Orius spp.},
  author       = {Bonte, Jochem and Van de Walle, Ana{\"i}s and Conlong, Des and De Clercq, Patrick},
  issn         = {1672-9609},
  journal      = {INSECT SCIENCE},
  keyword      = {Anthocoridae,biological control,Ceratitis capitata,factitious foods,mass rearing,Orius spp,MEDITERRANEAN FRUIT-FLIES,STERILE INSECT TECHNIQUE,ARTIFICIAL DIETS,MASS-PRODUCTION,ALTERNATIVE PREY,INSIDIOSUS SAY,ANTHOCORIDAE,LAEVIGATUS,REPRODUCTION,PREDATOR},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {4},
  pages        = {613--622},
  title        = {Eggs of Ephestia kuehniella and Ceratitis capitata, and motile stages of the astigmatid mitesTyrophagus putrescentiaeand Carpoglyphus lactis as factitious foods for Orius spp.},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/1744-7917.12293},
  volume       = {24},
  year         = {2017},
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Chicago
Bonte, Jochem, Anaïs Van de Walle, Des Conlong, and Patrick De Clercq. 2017. “Eggs of Ephestia Kuehniella and Ceratitis Capitata, and Motile Stages of the Astigmatid mitesTyrophagus Putrescentiaeand Carpoglyphus Lactis as Factitious Foods for Orius Spp.” Insect Science 24 (4): 613–622.
APA
Bonte, J., Van de Walle, A., Conlong, D., & De Clercq, P. (2017). Eggs of Ephestia kuehniella and Ceratitis capitata, and motile stages of the astigmatid mitesTyrophagus putrescentiaeand Carpoglyphus lactis as factitious foods for Orius spp. INSECT SCIENCE, 24(4), 613–622.
Vancouver
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Bonte J, Van de Walle A, Conlong D, De Clercq P. Eggs of Ephestia kuehniella and Ceratitis capitata, and motile stages of the astigmatid mitesTyrophagus putrescentiaeand Carpoglyphus lactis as factitious foods for Orius spp. INSECT SCIENCE. 2017;24(4):613–22.
MLA
Bonte, Jochem, Anaïs Van de Walle, Des Conlong, et al. “Eggs of Ephestia Kuehniella and Ceratitis Capitata, and Motile Stages of the Astigmatid mitesTyrophagus Putrescentiaeand Carpoglyphus Lactis as Factitious Foods for Orius Spp.” INSECT SCIENCE 24.4 (2017): 613–622. Print.