2007
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Abstract: Neotropical Entomology 36(4): 629-631 (2007) Parasitismo de Pupas de Brassolis sophorae laurentii Stichel (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae: Brassolinae) por Conura morleyi (Ashmead) (Hymenoptera: Chalcididae: Chalcidini) em AlagoasRESumO -Este trabalho registra o parasitismo de pupas de Brassolis sophorae laurentii Stichel por Conura morleyi (Ashmead) em Alagoas. Essa espécie de parasitóide exibiu desenvolvimento de forma gregária, tendo sido observada a saída de 146 indivíduos por pupa através de um único orifíci… Show more

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“…The natural biological control agents in palm tree crop in Brazil includes Chalcididae (Hymenoptera), Tachinidae and Sarcophagidae (Diptera) parasitizing Brassolis astyra Godart, B. sophorae, O. invirae and Opsiphanes sp. (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) larvae and pupae in the coconut (Cocus nucifera) (Marcicano et al, 2007(Marcicano et al, , 2009 and oil palm (E. guineensis) (Tinôco et al, 2012) culture. This shows the importance of manipulating natural enemies to increase the biological control (Dobbs and Potter, 2016;Pereira et al, 2015;Smith et al, 2015).…”
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“…The natural biological control agents in palm tree crop in Brazil includes Chalcididae (Hymenoptera), Tachinidae and Sarcophagidae (Diptera) parasitizing Brassolis astyra Godart, B. sophorae, O. invirae and Opsiphanes sp. (Lepidoptera: Nymphalidae) larvae and pupae in the coconut (Cocus nucifera) (Marcicano et al, 2007(Marcicano et al, , 2009 and oil palm (E. guineensis) (Tinôco et al, 2012) culture. This shows the importance of manipulating natural enemies to increase the biological control (Dobbs and Potter, 2016;Pereira et al, 2015;Smith et al, 2015).…”
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“…The Neotropical fauna is represented by 217 species (Delvare and Arias-Penna 2006) of which 63 have been reported in Argentina (Noyes 2017), where the genus Conura Spinola,1837 is the best represented, with 30 species (Noyes 2017). Conura are generally parasitoids of both larval and pupal stages of lepidopteran (Marchiori et al 2004, Marcicano et al 2007, Salgado-Neto and Lopes da Silva 2011, Tibcherani et al 2016), but also parasitize larvae of Diptera and other Hymenoptera (Stireman andSinger 2003, Couri et al 2006), Coleoptera (Montes and Costa 2011), and Neuroptera, or are hyperparasitoids of Icneumonidae and Tachinidae (Couri et al 2006, Sakazaki et al 2011. They are usually solitary parasitoids, but some smaller species are gregarious (Gates et al 2012).…”
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“…Conura morleyi was recorded parasitizing pupae of B. sophorae in the states of Alagoas, Bahia, Pará and São Paulo (De Santis 1980;Marcicano et al 2007;Sakazaki et al 2011) as well as pupae of B. astyra in São Paulo (Sauer 1946); these hosts are associated with the palm Cocos nucifera L. (Delvare 1992) and use its leaves as food resource. The distribution of parasitoids is directly correlated with hosts (Mariconi and Zamith, 1954).…”
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