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Copidosoma truncatellum: effect of temperature on the developmental rate, duration of emergence, and longevity


, : Copidosoma truncatellum: effect of temperature on the developmental rate, duration of emergence, and longevity. Environmental Entomology 3(6): 957-960

The development period of Copidosoma truncatellum (Dalm.) in its host Trichoplusia ni (Hb.) was studied at constant temperatures of 14.8, 20.2, 23.5, 25.0, 28.9. 32.3 and 35.6 deg C. At temperatures of 14.8 and 28.9 deg C, the times from egg to first adult emergence were 122.9 and 22.4 days, respectively; the durations of adult emergence from the host were 10.8 and 2.9 days; and the durations of a generation were 162.7 and 31.2 days.

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DOI: 10.1093/ee/3.6.957


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