Universal Chalcidoidea Database

Distribution references

Records of Aphytis Howard, 1900 in Egypt:

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Abd-Rabou, S. 2001, An annotated list of the hymenopterous parasitoids of the Diaspididae (Hemiptera: Coccoidea) in Egypt, with new records. Entomologica, Bari 33:173-177    
Fry, J.M. 1989, Natural enemy databank, 1987. A catalogue of natural enemies of arthropods derived from records in the CIBC Natural Enemy Databank. pp.62 CAB International, Wallingford, Oxford, UK    
Hafez, M.B.; El-Minshawy, A.M.; Donia, A.R. 1987, Parasitic efficiency of some hymenopterous Aphytis spp. on the purple scale insect, Lepidosaphes beckii Newm. Journal of Applied Entomology 103(2):135-138    
Herting, B. 1972, Homoptera. A catalogue of parasites and predators of terrestrial arthropods. Section A. Host or Prey/Enemy. 2:186 Commonwealth Agricultural Bureaux, Slough, England [ Parasitoid cited as Aphytis near proclia Walker. ]    
Mourad, A.K.; Zanuncio, J.C. 1998, Population dynamics of Parlatoria blanchardi (Targ.) (Homoptera: Diaspididae) on two date palm varieties in Egypt. Mededelingen Faculteit Landbouwkundige en Toegepaste Biologische Wetenschappen Universiteit Gent 63(2a):389-395    
Moursi, K.S.; Hegazi, E.M. 1983, The olive tree scale, Leucaspis riccae Targ. (Hom.; Diaspididae) as a key pest of olive trees in dry farm system in the Egyptian western desert. Bollettino del Laboratorio di Entomologia Agraria 'Filippo Silvestri', Portici 40:119-124    
Moursi, K.S.; Mesbah, H.A. 1985, Olive pests of irrigated farm systems in the Egyptian western desert with special reference to armoured scale insects. Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 23(2):901-911    
Salama, H.S. 1970, Ecological studies on the scale insect Chrysomphalus dictyospermi (Morgan) in Egypte. Zeitschrift für Angewandte Entomologie 65:427-430    
Sechser, B.; Reber, B.; Wesiak, H. 1994, Selectivity of diofenolan (CGA 59 205) and its potential for integrated scale control. Proceedings, Brighton Crop Protection Conference, Pests and Diseases, 1994 3:1193-1198