Abstract. The reproductive biology, and larval and adult host range of Diabrotica speciosa (Germar), Diabrotica viridula (F.), Acalymma spp. (Coleoptera: Chrys. Diabrotica viridula. Alexander Derunkov. rootworm beetle. Diabrotica viridula. Alexander Derunkov. rootworm beetle. Diabrotica viridula. Alexander Derunkov. FAMILIA CHRYSOMELIDAE Latreille, SUBFAMILIA GALERUCINAE Latreille, TRIBU Luperini Gistel, Diabrotica viridula Fabricius.

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Larvae have three pairs of legs, but these are not usually visible without magnification. Then 60 seeds, or one sprouted tuber, were buried in the container. Chrysomelidaein central Mexico.

The sole South American species of this group considered a pest is Diabrotica viridula F. A similar mechanism may have enabled the adoption of potato as a larval host in the Brazilian populations of D.

Diabrotica – Wikipedia

The larvae are yellowish and wormlike. Young beetles were provided thin slices of raw squash as fresh food to increase survival. These results reflect clear differences in feeding and oviposition host choices for some species: For corn, squash, and beans, eggs, and seeds were sown at the same time, because the root mat was adequately developed by the time the eggs hatched Cabrera Walsh An extreme case of different feeding to oviposition host was observed in D.


Femora yellow, yellow ocher or paris green. In the subtropical environments of D. Views Read Edit View history. Diabrotica is a widespread genus of beetlessometimes referred to as cucumber beetles or corn rootwormsin the family Chrysomelidae.

Although these laboratory results may not reflect field conditions exactly, the reduced oviposition, prolonged larval stage, and greatly reduced larval survival 4. Corn Zea mays L. The pupal stage is white and has the basic shape of the adult. Diabrotica balteata Diabrotica barberi Diabrotica beniensis Diabrotica cristata Diabrotica curvipustulata Diabrotica dissimilis Diabrotica elegantula Diabrotica emorsitans Diabrotica graminea Diabrotica hispanolae Diabrotica lemniscata Diabrotica linsleyi Diabrotica longicornis Diabrotica milleri Diabrotica nummularis Diabrotica occlusa Diabrotica porracea Diabrotica scutellata Diabrotica speciosa Diabrotica tibialis Diabrotica trifasciata Diabrotica undecimpunctata Diabrotica virgifera Diabrotica viridula.

Diapause in the nearctic species of the virgifera group of Diabrotica: This novelty, beyond the fact of neutralizing crop rotation as an effective control method, gives us an example of how unrelated oviposition and adult hosts, could operate adaptive advantages: Radin and Drummondreported that no adjustment could be found to a degree-day model for the striped cucumber beetle in its temperate distribution. Maize was considered the control host for Diabrotica spp.

So the adult feeding hosts of D. Ministerio da Agricultura, Depto.


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In tropical areas, the cucurbit beetle reproduces continuously. This pattern held during fall, although alfalfa and soybeans were regularly found to host a large proportion of beetles as well.

Adults like to feed on pollen-rich flowers such as cucurbits, thistle, and sunflower. It appears to have entered Europe from the US in large numbers during the Yugoslav wars and is especially widespread around US military airports, whose planes were likely to have transported the pest.

Chrysomelidaetwo species of South American pest rootworms.

In the spring, adults emerge to feed on the host plant. Feed mainly on vegetables, but are particularly associated with Cucurbitaceae. BMNH, lectotype, male, verified.

Diabrotica viridula Fabricius

Scutellum yellow or amber yellow. Related articles in Web of Diabrtica Google Scholar. UnitAPO Argentina — Integrated Taxonomic Information System. Potatoes, and pigweed were not favored oviposition hosts, and were not significantly chosen over the moist cloth controls.

Galerucinaeand other Diabroticina are described.