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Development of The Transparentwinged Plant Bug, Hyalopeplus pellucidus (Stal), A Pest of Cultivated Guava in Hawaii
|Title:||Development of The Transparentwinged Plant Bug, Hyalopeplus pellucidus (Stal), A Pest of Cultivated Guava in Hawaii|
|Authors:||Mau, Ronald F.L.|
|Publisher:||Hawaiian Entomological Society|
|Citation:||Mau RFL, Nishijima K. 1989. Development of the transparentwinged plant bug, Hyalopeplus pellucidus (Stal), a pest of cultivated guava in Hawaii. Proc Hawaiian Entomol Soc 29:139-147.|
|Abstract:||The life cycle of the transparentwinged plant bug, Hyalopeplus pellucidus (Stal), was studied on guava, Psidium guajava I... Eggs were deposited in stems, flower buds, and leaf midribs and hatched in an average of 7 days. The 5 nymphal stadia were completed in an average of 14 days. The nymphs were anthophagous, and feeding on flower buds was necessary for normal development. Cage studies showed a direct relationship between feeding injury and the abscission of guava flower buds.|
|Appears in Collections:||Volume 29 – 1989 : Hawaiian Entomological Society|
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