Limabean pod borer is found throughout the world, but is most common in the tropics and subtropics. It occurs in the warmer regions of the temperate zone, but is absent from cold climates such as northern Europe. In North America, limabean pod borer is widespread in the western United States, from Washington to southern California and east to Colorado and Texas. Limabean pod borer is known from certain eastern states, such as Florida, North and South Carolina, and Maryland, but is not considered to be a serious pest in the East. It is a problem, however, in the Caribbean, including Puerto Rico.

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Moths are active during deep twilights and at night; they need additional feeding. In Iloilo Province, the Philippines, where soyabean is a recently introduced crop, E. Object map Systematic position. File:Etiella zinckenella larva. Blossom drop, and also some pod drop, occurs in cowpea, lentil and pigeon pea as a result of very small larvae feeding on the blossom and young pods. Overall larval mortality was 8. Close mobile search navigation Article navigation.

Retrieved 11 March Please check for further notifications by email. Entomological Society of America members Sign in via society site. Ecological studies of the lima-bean pod borer, Etiella zinckenella Treitschkeconducted in a coastal area of southern California during andrevealed that 3—4 larval generations occurred on lima beans between planting in April and cessation of growth in January. Insects and mites — pests of agricultural plants, V. Eggs laid on seed pods. If you would like to, you can learn more about the cookies we use.

Some larvae of every generation go into diapause. Catha edulis Vahl Forssk. Sowings of grain legumes located near forest shelter belts composed of true or false acacia serving as reservations for the pest are especially strongly damaged. Pests Etiella zinckenella Tr. Number of generations per year reaches three, though the third generation can be facultative.

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In Russian Meshalova, A. Close Find out more. Views Read Edit View history. The genus Etiella Zeller Lepidoptera: You have entered an invalid code. Larva lives inside fruit, eating away seeds. Most users should sign in with their email address. Forecasting is achieved by means of sex pheromone traps. Etiella zinckenella Scientific classification Kingdom: Etiella zinckenella Treitschke[1]. Flight of adults begins in May-June, peaking in the middle of June.

Prefers large-fruited plant species. Coloration of larvae is variable, from dirty greenish-gray to reddish; body length to mm. Kratkie itogi nauchnoi raboty za 3 goda Injury to soyabean pods caused by E. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Synonyms and other taxonomic changes. AM znickenella orange brown to orange-red, fascia edged with black on AM side, frequently gold iridescence on fascia. If you need expert professional advice, contact your local extension office.

Oxford University Press is a department of zinckenell University of Oxford. The greatest harm is apparent in the south of Ukraine including CrimeaNorth Caucasus, lower Volga, being less common in Moldavia. It attacks cultivated legumes including cowpea, garden pea Pisum sativumlima bean, mung bean, pigeon pea, common bean Phaseolus vulgaris and soyabean. Go to distribution map However, it is a threat to soyabean in most of South-East Asia, where it does not readily attack P. TOP Related Articles.


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