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- Pyraloidea. Chelonus abditus Chelonus abductor Chelonus aberrans Chelonus abnormalis Chelonus absonus Chelonus abstrusus Chelonus aciculatus Chelonus aculeatus...
- Chelonus elegans is a species of wasp in the family Cheloninae. Species of braconid wasps described by Christian Godfried Nees ab Esenbeck in 1811, 1812...
- bracovirus Chelonus altitudinis bracovirus Chelonus blackburni bracovirus Chelonus inanitus bracovirus Chelonus insularis bracovirus Chelonus nr. curvimaculatus...
- "Ovary development and polydnavirus morphogenesis in the parasitic wasp Chelonus inanitus. I. Ovary morphogenesis, amplification of viral DNA and ecdysteroid...
- bracovirus Chelonus altitudinis bracovirus Chelonus blackburni bracovirus Chelonus inanitus bracovirus Chelonus insularis bracovirus Chelonus nr. curvimaculatus...
- alphaherpesvirus 6 Chelonus altitudinis bracovirus Chelonus blackburni bracovirus Chelonus inanitus bracovirus Chelonus insularis bracovirus Chelonus near curvimaculatus...
- armyworm, most commonly Archytas marmoratus, Cotesia marginiventris, and Chelonus tex****. The armyworm is also vulnerable to additional parasitoids, varying...
- picking of adults and caterpillars are extensively used. Parasitoids such as Chelonus insularis, Cotesia marginiventris, Meteorus autographae, Lespesia archippivora...
- organisms that attack the larvae include: Apanteles xylinus, Chelonus insularis, Chelonus militaris, Meteorus autographae, Meteorus leviventris, Microplitis...
- millimetres (0.59–0.75 in). The larvae feed on Smyrnium olusatrum and Chelonus inanitus. Tortricidae.com "Aethes deaurana (Peyerimhoff, 1877)". 2.6. Fauna...
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