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Tytuł artykułu

Developing an artificial diet for rearing Orius albidipennis Reuter (Het., Anthocoridae)

Tytuł czasopisma

Journal of Plant Protection Research

Rocznik

2018

Wolumin

vol. 58

Numer

No 3

Autorzy publikacji

Słowa kluczowe

anthocorid bugs ; biological control ; mass rearing ; meridic diet ; Orius albidipennis

Wydział PAN

Nauki Biologiczne i Rolnicze

Zakres

276–281

Opis

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Abstrakt

The use of suitable mass rearing methods is crucial to establish successful inundative or

inoculative biological control programs. The development of an artificial diet considerably

reduces costs of mass rearing. In this study, the efficacy of a new meridic artificial

diet for rearing the predatory bug, Orius albidipennis (Het., Anthocoridae), was studied.

The artificial diet was composed of some natural materials including lamb liver, hen yolk,

whey protein, honey, royal jelly and some specific vitamins. To determine the artificial diet

efficacy life table parameters of the bugs, using the two-sex life table method, fed artificial

and factitious diets, Ephestia kuehniella egg + date palm pollen, were compared. Results

showed that O. albidipennis could complete its life stages and reproduce when reared on the

recommended artificial diet. However, its fecundity and survival rate when fed the artificial

diet was lower than the controls. Overall, due to lower production costs the artificial diet

can be recommended for mass rearing of O. albidipennis despite the lower fecundity and

survival rate.

Wydawca

Committee of Plant Protection PAS ; Institute of Plant Protection – National Research Institute

Data

2018.10.01

Typ

Artykuły / Articles

Identyfikator

eISSN 1899–007X ; ISSN 1427–4345

DOI

10.24425/jppr.2018.124635

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