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Calgoene 0 0 C: samples collected; I: samples infested; PP%: percentage of parasitism; Ao: Anastrepha obliqua; Aa: Anastrepha antunesi; Af: Anastrepha fraterculus; Ad: Anastrepha distincta; Ac: Anastrepha coronilli; As: Anastrepha striata; Al: Anastrepha leptozona; Ap: Anastrepha parishi; Da: Doryctobracon areolatus; Dc: Doryctobracon crawfordi; Ape: Aganaspis pelleranoi; Ob: Opius bellus; Aan: Asobara anastrephae; Ua: Utetes anastrephae; Nb: Neosilba bella; Nz: Neosilba zadolicha; Ng: Neosilba glaberrima; Np: Neosilba pseudozadolicha, * new host of Tephritidae; (a) new host of N.
In our study, the relationship between bean crop growth periods, and the population densities of the leafminer and its key parasitoid, Opius dissitus, and was investigated.
Seasonal Densities of Liriomyza trifolii and Opius dissitus
Doryctobracon areolatus, Utetes anastrephae, and Opius bellus totaled 99.
anastrephae (8) Opius bellus Gahan 1930 (6) Spalangia endius (Walker 1839) (2) (Pteromalidae) Sapotaceae (Ebenales) Pouteria ramiflora (Martius) A.
The genus Opius was the most abundant with 54 examples, followed by the genera Xynobius (40) and Apodesmia (7).
brasiliensis (Szepligeti), Utetes anastrephae (viereck), Opius bellus Gahan, Diachasmimor pha longicaudata (Ashmead) (Opiinae, Braconidae), Odontosema anastrephae Borgmeier, Lopheucoila anastrephae (Rohwer), Aganaspis pelleranoi (Brethes) (Eucoilinae, Figitidae), Asobara anastrephae (Muessebeck) (Alyssinae, Braconidae), and Aceratoneuromyia indica (Silvestri) (Tetrastichinae, Eulophidae).
1995), Doryctobracon areolatus Szepligeti (Braconidae) in Costa Rica (Jiron & Mexz6n 1989), and by Opius sp.