2009
DOI: 10.5433/1679-0359.2009v30n4p931
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Primeira ocorrência de spalangia cameroni perkins (hymenoptera: pteromalidae) como parasitóide de ornidia obesa fabricius (diptera: syrphidae) no Brasil

Abstract: ResumoEste estudo relata a primeira ocorrência de Spalangia cameroni Perkins (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae) como parasitóide de Ornidia obesa Fabricius (Diptera: Syrphidae) encontrado em granjas de aves poedeiras em Morrrinhos, Goiás, Brasil. Amostras de fezes de galinha foram coletadas em intervalos de duas semanas de sua exposição, levadas para o laboratório para extração das pupas pelo método de flotação. As pupas foram individualizadas em cápsulas de gelatina e mantidas até a emergência dos dípteros e/ou para… Show more

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“…In the period from August to December 2007, there were 21 specimens of O. obesa, two which emerged, two specimens of the parasitoid S. cameroni. The percentage of parasitism was 9.5% (Figure 11) [21].…”
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“…In the period from August to December 2007, there were 21 specimens of O. obesa, two which emerged, two specimens of the parasitoid S. cameroni. The percentage of parasitism was 9.5% (Figure 11) [21].…”
Section: Studymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Trichomalopsis sp., ♀ ; (Source: https://www.researchgate.net/figure/Figures-1-6-Pteromalid-parasitoids-of-synanthropic-flies-1-Spalangianigroaenea-2_fig1_282359294) No Brazil, S. cameroni was found parasitizing Chrysomya putoria (Wiedemann, 1819) (Diptera: Calliphoridae), Fannia trimaculata (Stein, 1898) (Diptera: Fanniidae) Musca domestica L. 1758 (Diptera: Muscidae), Muscina stabulans (Fallèn, 1817) (Diptera: Muscidae), Stomoxys calcitrans (L., 1758) in feces of chicken in Goiás, O. obesa was found parasitized as Pachycrepoideus vindemmiae (Rondani 1875) (Hymenoptera) also in feces of chicken. Parasitoid microhymenopterans of the Pteromalidae family are naturally collected, emerging from dipteran pupae that proliferate in the manure of birds and some species can be used as biological controllers[21].…”
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