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Ashraf El-Sayed

BEHAVIOURAL EFFECT OF (E)-8,(Z)-10-DODECADIEN-1-OL AND (E)-8,(E)-10-DODECADIENYL ACETATE ON THE UPWIND ORIENTATION OF MALE CODLING MOTH, CYDIA POMONELLA TO PHEROMONE SOURCE by ASHRAF M. EL-SAYED 1,2) (Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences Box 44, SE-230 53 Alnarp, Sweden) (Acc. 26-XI-2003

290 LITERATURE CITED DUTKY, S. R. & HOUGH, W. S. (1955). Note on a parasitic nematode from codling moth larvae, Carpocapsa pomonella. Ent. Soc. Wash. 57, 244. HANSEN, E. L., YARWOOD, E. A., JACKSON, G. J. & POINAR, Jr., G. O. (1968). Axenic culture of Neoaplectana carpocapsae in liquid media. J

George O. Poinar, J. Weiser, Eder L. Hansen and Evangeline A. Yarwood

follows. In 1955, Weiser published his description of Neoaplectana carpocap.rae from nematode material he had collected in 1953 from diseased codling moth larvae in Czechoslovakia. In the same year, Dutky & Hough (1955) briefly mentioned finding a nematode resembling N. chre.rima Steiner from dead codling

George O. Poinar

penetrated into the body cavity of a suitable host, the bacteria were released through the anus and multiplied rapidly in the host's body, resulting in a fatal septicemia. The undescribed species of Neoaplectaraa which is commonly referred to as DD-136 was first discovered by Dutky from diseased codling moth

Ralf-Udo Ehlers

major virus-vectoring pests, Western Flower Thrips ( Frankliniella occidentalis ) and the White Fly ( Bemisia tabaci ). And even outdoor pests in orchards, like the Cit- rus Root Weevil ( Diaprepes abbreviatus ) or the Apple Codling Moth ( Cydia pomonella ), are now controlled with EPN. Within the last

J.M. Webster, P. Kindlmann, S. Bečár and Z. Áček

, Branišovská 31, 370 05 � eské Bud � jovice, The Czech Republic; 2)Department of Biological Sciences, Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, B.C. V5A 1S6, Canada The infectivity of steinernematid nematodes varies with temperature. Five insect species, namely codling moth, Cydia pomonella; mealworm, Tenebrio molitor

Roberto Isotti, Corrado Battisti and Luca Luiselli

: 353 – 391 . Stairs GR . 1985 . Predation on overwintering codling moth populations in birds . Ornis Scand. 16 : 323 – 324 . Tews J , Brose U , Grimm V , Tielbörger K , Wichmann MC , Schwager M , Jeltsch F . 2004 . Animal species diversity driven by habitat

Ramya R.S., Mohan M. and Sunil Joshi

.R. ( 1972 ) Sex ratio in three stages of field collected codling moth . Can. Entomol. , 104 , 1661 - 1664 . Narayanan , K. , Ramamurthy , V.V. , Govindarajan , R. & Jayaraj , S. ( 1977 ) Sexing the pupae of gram caterpillar, Heliothis armigera Hbn. (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) in relation to

Petr Vlasanek, David Hauck and Martin Konvicka

., Konvicka, M. 2007. Dispersal kernels of butterflies: power-law functions are invariant to marking frequency. Basic Appl. Ecol. 8: 377-386. Fukova, I., Neven, L. G., Barcenas, N. M., Gund, N. A., Dalikova, M., Marec, F. 2009. Rapid assessment of the sex of codling moth Cydia pomonella (Linnaeus

Temesgen Addis, Nevena Mijušković, Olaf Strauch and Ralf-Udo Ehlers

et al. , 2008 ), the sweet potato weevil, Cylas puncticollis (Mwaniki et al. , 2009 ), the false codling moth, Thaumatotibia leucotreta (Malan et al. , 2011 ), the codling moth, Cydia pomonella (De Waal et al. , 2011 ), the citrus mealybug, Planococcus citri (Van Niekerk & Malan, 2012