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Author(s):Rogers, Michael E.; Potter, Daniel A.
Author Affiliation:Department of Entomology, University of Kentucky, Lexington, Kentucky; Rogers: Citrus Research and Education Center, University of Florida, Lake Alfred, Florida
Title:Biology of Tiphia pygidialis (Hymenoptera: Tiphiidae), a parasitoid of masked chafer (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) grubs, with notes on the seasonal occurrence of Tiphia vernalis in Kentucky
Section:Population ecology
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Source:Environmental Entomology. Vol. 33, No. 3, June 2004, p. 520-527.
# of Pages:8
Publishing Information:College Park, MD: Entomological Society of America
Keywords:TIC Keywords: Tiphia pygidialis; Cyclocephala; White grubs; Tiphia vernalis; Parasites; Popillia japonica; Biological control organisms
Abstract/Contents:"We investigated the biology of Tiphia pygidialis Allen, a previously unstudied native parasitoid of masked chafer, Cyclocephala spp. grubs, in central Kentucky and the seasonal dynamics of Tiphia vernalis Rohwer, an introduced parasitoid of Japanese beetle, Popillia japonica Newman. T. pygidialis was active from mid-August to early October, parasitizing third-instar masked chafers, whereas T. vernalis attacked overwintered third-instar P. japonica from mid-April to early June. Adult T. vernalis were attracted to modified Japanese beetle traps and yellow pan traps and to 10% sugar water sprayed on tree foliage. Spraying sugar water directly on turf most effectively monitored T. pygidialis wasps. Parasitism rates as high as 33 and 58% were observed for T. pygidialis and T. vernalis, respectively. In the laboratory, T. pygidialis larvae progressed through five instars to cocoon formation in ~22 d. They overwinter as prepupae. Field-collected female wasps lived 32 ± 4 d, parasitizing 22 ± 6 grubs. In no-choice tests with eight species of native and exotic white grubs, T. pygidialis readily parasitized only Cyclocephala spp., including C. lurida Bland and C. borealis Arrow, which it normally encounters in Kentucky, but also C. pasadenae Casey, a western species not known to occur within the wasp's geographic range. Wasps did not discriminate between nematode-infected and healthy grubs, indicating potential for interference between these biological control agents."
Language:English
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Rogers, M. E., and D. A. Potter. 2004. Biology of Tiphia pygidialis (Hymenoptera: Tiphiidae), a parasitoid of masked chafer (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) grubs, with notes on the seasonal occurrence of Tiphia vernalis in Kentucky. Environ. Entomol. 33(3):p. 520-527.
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