Universal Chalcidoidea Database

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Records of Eupelmus Dalman, 1820 in India:

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Ahmad, M.; Ahmad, M.J.; Mishra, R.K. 1997, Indigenous micro-hymenopteran parasitoid species associated with poplar defoliator, Clostera cupreata (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae). Annals of Forestry 5(1):26-34    
Balakrishnan, M.M.; Vinodkumar, P.K.; Prakasan, C.B. 1989, Impact of the predator Eupelmus sp. (Hymenoptera: Eupelmidae) on the incidence of Xylosandrus compactus. Journal of Coffee Research 19(2):88-90    
Boucek, Z. 1986, Taxonomic study of chalcidoid wasps (Hymenoptera) associated with gall midges (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae) on mango trees. Bulletin of Entomological Research 76(3):400 [ Parasitoid cited as Eupelmus near argentinotatus. ]    
Coffee Board Research Department, India 1987, Regional research station, Kalpetta, Kerala. Plant protection. Annual Report of the Coffee Board Research Department, India 39:197-199    
Devaiah, M.C.; Rajashekhar Gouda, R. 1986, The weevil, Gasteroclisus auriculatus (Sahlb.) (Coleoptera: Curculionidae), a pest of Amaranthus. Science and Culture, Calcutta 52(3):98-100    
Gangwar, V.S.; Prasad, S.N. 1984, Biology of Contariniae dalbergiae infesting leaves of sheesham (Dalbergia sisso Roxb.)(Cecidomyiidae: Diptera). Cecidologia Internationale 5(1/2):27-40    
Grover, P. 1986, Integrated control of midge pests. Cecidologia Internationale 7(1-2):1-28    
Grover, P. 1987, Ecology and population dynamics of Erosomyia indica Grover. Cecidologia Internationale 8(3):71-82    
Kausalya, K.G.; Nwanze, K.F.; Reddy, Y.V.R.; Nwilene, F.E.; Reddy, D.R.R. 1997, Emergence pattern of sorghum midge and its major parasitoids on midge-resistant and susceptible genotypes. Biocontrol Science and Technology 7(2):259-269    
Kumari, A.P.P.; Pasalu, I.C. 2002, Echinochloa - a reservoir of pests and natural enemies of rice. Indian Journal of Plant Protection 30(1):79-80    
Peter, C. 1992, A note on the parasitoid fauna associated with red gram pod fly, Melanagromyza obtusa Malloch. Journal of Insect Science, Ludhiana 5(1):88    
Peter, C.; Govindrarajulu, V. 1989, A note on the infestation pattern and parasitism of Melanagromyza hibisci on okra. Current Science 58(11):643-644    
Sankaran, T.; Krishna, K. 1967, The biology of Nanophyes sp. (Col., Curculionidae) infesting Jussieua repens in India. Bulletin of Entomological Research 57(3):337-341    
Sithanantham, S.; Rao, V.R.; Reed, W. 1987, Parasites of the pigeonpea podfly, Melanagromyza obtusa (Malloch), in India. Journal of Biological Control 1(1):10-16    
Thakur, B.S.; Odat, S.C. 1982, New record of the parasites of Melanagromyza obtusa Malloch. Science and Culture, Calcutta 48(2):80    
Tiwari, N.K. 1972, Bionomics of Eupelmus sp., an external parasite of the larvae of Tristephanus cynodontis Grover. Cecidologia Indica 7(3):151-161    
Keywords: Laboratory rearing
Vinodkumar, P.K.; Balakrishnan, M.M.; Govindarajan, T.S. 1986, Eupelmus sp. (Hymenoptera, Eupelmidae) a new predator of Xylosandrus compactus Journal of Coffee Research 16(1-2):35-37    
Wadhi, S.R. 1965, Record of lucerne seed infesting chalcidoids from India. Current Science 34(7):225