Universal Chalcidoidea Database

Associates of named chalcidoid

Associates of Coccophagus philippiae

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Primary hosts
unspecified host sp.
     
Valentine, E.W. 1964, Differential host relations of the sexes in some New Zealand parasitic Hymenoptera. New Zealand Entomologist 3(3):6-8    
Parasitoid type: Hyperparasitic males
Order: Hemiptera
Family: Coccidae
Ceroplastes destructor
     
Lo, P.L.; Chapman, R.B. 1998, The role of parasitoids and entomopathogenic fungi in mortality of third-instar and adult Ceroplastes destructor and C. sinensis (Hemiptera: Coccidae: Ceroplastinae) on citrus in New Zealand. Biocontrol Science and Technology 8(4):573-582    
Parasitoid type: Hyperparasitic males, tertiary, larval or nymphal
Ceroplastes sinensis
     
Lo, P.L.; Chapman, R.B. 1998, The role of parasitoids and entomopathogenic fungi in mortality of third-instar and adult Ceroplastes destructor and C. sinensis (Hemiptera: Coccidae: Ceroplastinae) on citrus in New Zealand. Biocontrol Science and Technology 8(4):573-582    
Parasitoid type: Hyperparasitic males, tertiary, larval or nymphal, adult
Coccus sp.
     
Argov, Y.; Rössler, Y. 1988, Introduction of beneficial insects into Israel for the control of insect pests. Phytoparasitica 16:308    
Parasitoid type: Primary
Coccus hesperidum
     
Prinsloo, G.L. 1984, An illustrated guide to the parasitic wasps associated with citrus pests in the Republic of South Africa. Science Bulletin, Department of Agriculture, Republic of South Africa 402:54    
Cribrolecanium andersoni
     
Brink, T. 1992, Key factor analysis of the white powdery scale, Cribrolecanium andersoni (Newstead) on citrus. Inligtingsbulletin, Navorsingsinstituut vir Sitrus en Subtropiese Vrugte No 238:28-29    
     
Brink, T. 1992, Chemical control of the white powdery scale with chlorpyrifos and mineral oil. Inligtingsbulletin, Navorsingsinstituut vir Sitrus en Subtropiese Vrugte 13(4):30-33    
     
Brink, T. 1993, Euxanthellus philippiae, a parasitoid of the white powdery scale. Inligtingsbulletin, Instituut vir Tropiese en Subtropiese Gewasse No 256:4-5    
Parasitoid type: Primary, solitary, endoparasitoid, hyperparasitic males
     
Brink, T.; Bruwer, I.J. 1989, Andersoni scale, Cribrolecanium andersoni Newstead (Hemiptera; Coccidae), a pest on citrus in South Africa. Citrus and Subtropical Fruit Journal No 645:9    
     
Brink, T.; Hewitt, P.H. 1993, Parasitoids of the white powdery scale, Cribrolecanium andersoni (Newstead) (Hemiptera: Coccidae), a pest of citrus. International Journal of Pest Management 39(1):99-102    
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