Earias vittella female (Photo: courtesy of Buck Richardson, Kuranda, Queensland ). The adult moths are off-white with a green or brown stripe along the middle of. Overview. Last modification: Basic information. EPPO code: EARIVI; Preferred name: Earias vittella; Authority: Fabricius. Other scientific names. An artificial diet was developed for mass rearing of the spotted bollworm Earias vittella (Fabricius) in environmentally controlled conditions (27±1°C, 65±5%.

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Further details may be eairas for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report. Shoot and fruit borer: Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, pp. Growth of the cotton spotted bollworm, Earias fabia Eariqs Components of female sex pheromone of spotted bollworm, Earias vittella F. Pheromone Use The components of the female sex pheromones of E.

Monitoring seasonal population fluctuation of spotted and spiny bollworms by synthetic sex pheromones and its relationships to boll infestation in cotton.

Relative host plant preference and induction of preference for feeding behaviour in spotted bollworm. Indian Journal of Entomology, 53 2: Key mortality factors of spotted bollworm on cotton. Coton et Fibres Tropicales, Crop Research Hisar35 3: The larvae tend to move from boll to boll and damage may be disproportionate to their numbers.


Go to distribution map When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. Bulletin of Entomology, 26 1: Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser.

Attack moves to buds and flowers as they appear, which wither and are shed. Experimentation with cotton in Cambodia. Indian Journal of Ecology, 23 2: Effect of fertilizers on incidence of shoot-and-fruit borer on okra Abelmoschus esculentus. If you would like to, you can learn more about the cookies we use.

Madras Agricultural Journal, 72 2: Srinivasan and Krishnakumar reported E. Tropical Pest Management, 33 4: Plant Protection Bulletin, India, 38 Biology of spotted bollworm, Earias vitella Fab.

Ahmad T; Ghulamullah, Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 21 3: Science warias Culture, 43 3: Conservation of ecosystem with higher profit through integrated pest management in cotton. In China, Meng et al. Malvaceae against the larvae of Earias vittella. The larvae usually bore deeply, filling the tunnel opening with excrement. When fruiting starts, larvae move to flower buds, tiny fruits, and eventually the mature pods.

Earias vittella (spiny bollworm)

Close Find out more. Redescription of spotted bollworm Earias fabia Stoll Lepidoptera: The Lepidoptera of Norfolk Island, their biogeography and ecology. Pests of okra Abelmoschus esculentus Moench. The attack of okra follows a similar pattern to that of cotton.


Integrated pest management in ambrette Abelmoschus moschatus Medik. Kashyap and Verma compiled a vuttella of natural enemies for the Indian subcontinent.

Protection Ecology, 6 1: Bioefficacy of botanicals on okra shoot and fruit borer, Earias vittella Fabricius in Karaikal region, U. Indian Journal of Plant Protection, 16 2: Singh and Bichoo found little information other than sketchy reports on the nature and extent of damage.

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Some years later, T. Management of spotted bollworms Earias spp. Economic thresholds for cotton pest management in Sri Lanka. Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need.

spiny bollworm (Earias vittella)

Journal of Applied Entomology, 4: Irrigated cotton in summer also supports the Earias population Reed, Numerous trials have tested the resistance of various cultivars and reduced susceptibility has been found in many of them. Kadam and Khaire observed that sticky secretions released by okra when bitten by larvae could act as traps, killing E.

Ilango L; Uthamasamy S,