Definition of Aphidophagous. Meaning of Aphidophagous. Synonyms of Aphidophagous

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Definition of Aphidophagous

Aphidophagous
Aphidophagous Aph`i*doph"a*gous, a. [Aphis + Gr. ? to eat.] (Zo["o]l.) Feeding upon aphides, or plant lice, as do beetles of the family Coccinellid[ae].

Meaning of Aphidophagous from wikipedia

- This glossary of entomology describes terms used in the formal study of insect species by entomologists. abdomen Body of the insect, toward the posterior...
- Hampshire, Ohio, and Tennessee). Although C. septempunctata is mainly aphidophagous it also feeds on Thysanoptera, Aleyrodidae, on the larvae of Psyllidae...
- Asia, North America and New Zealand. The two species are predominantly aphidophagous, but also show cannibalism and predate other ladybirds. Adalia species...
- co**** woody debris under pines and birches. In the former USSR, it is aphidophagous on Salix species, birches, and on Alnus and Poaceae Linnaeus, C. 1758...
- European predacious Syrphidae (Diptera) based on larval and puparial stages Annual Review of Entomology Bionomics and Physiology of Aphidophagous Syrphidae...
- John J.; Zeilstra, Ilja; Obrycki, John J. (2008). "Patch residence by aphidophagous ladybird beetles: Do specialists stay longer?". Biological Control....
- 1007/bf02373148. Singh, K. (23 February 2007). "Rhythmicity in life events of an aphidophagous ladybird beetle, Cheilomenes ****maculata". Journal of Applied Entomology...
- usually take twice as long to emerge.[citation needed] Because one large aphidophagous ladybird can consume up to 5,500 aphids in a year, any ladybird parasite...
- oat yellow leaf disease and the onion yellow dwarf virus. A number of aphidophagous arthropods feed on R. padi and can reduce their po****tion density....
- range of adaptability to changes in ecological conditions. They are aphidophagous, mainly feeding on Lachnidae, Adelgidae and other aphids of pines. The...
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