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Dulinius conchatus Distant (Hemiptera: Tingidae), Considered and Rejected as a Potential Biological Control Agent of Paederia foetida L. (Rubiaceae), an Invasive Weed in Hawaii and Florida

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Title: Dulinius conchatus Distant (Hemiptera: Tingidae), Considered and Rejected as a Potential Biological Control Agent of Paederia foetida L. (Rubiaceae), an Invasive Weed in Hawaii and Florida
Authors: Pemberton, Robert W.
Murai, Kenneth
Pratt, Paul D.
Teramoto, Kenneth
Keywords: Dulinius conchatus
Tingidae
Paederia foetida
biological control agents
Hawaii
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invasive species
weed control
biological control
host plants
host range
host specificity
Morinda citrifolia
noni

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Issue Date: Nov 2005
Publisher: Hawaiian Entomological Society
Citation: Pemberton RW, Murai K, Pratt PD, Teramoto K. 2005. Dulinius conchatus Distant (Hemiptera: Tingidae), considered and rejected as a potential biological control agent of Paederia foetida L. (Rubiaceae), an invasive weed in Hawaii and Florida. Proc Hawaiian Entomol Soc 37:81–83.
Abstract: Dulinius conchatus Distant, a potential biological control agent of Paederia foetida L., an invasive weed in Hawaii and Florida, was collected in Japan and brought into quarantine for host specificity testing. Testing indicated that this lace bug, which is native to India but introduced to Japan, lacked the needed specificity, thereby eliminating it from further consideration. The lace bug is expanding its geographic range in Japan.
Description: Scientific note.
URI/DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/10125/86
ISSN: 0073-134X
Appears in Collections:Volume 37 - November 2005 : Hawaiian Entomological Society



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