2010
DOI: 10.1590/s0085-56262010000200020
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The elytro-tergal stridulatory apparatus of the genus Bondarius Rosado-Neto (Coleoptera, Curculionidae)

Abstract: ABSTRACT. The elytro-tergal stridulatory apparatus of the genus Bondarius Rosado-Neto (Coleoptera, Curculionidae). The elytrotergal stridulatory organ that occurs in Bondarius Rosado-Neto, 2006 a genus of the tribe Sternechini (Curculionidae, Molytinae) is described and illustrated. The stridulatory apparatus is present both in male and female and is composed by the file, a narrow elevated carina which is transversely multistriate located at the apical third of the internal side near the suture of left elytron… Show more

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“…Additionally, cuticular scales on elytra, which should be wearresistant, have been suggested to be responsible for maintaining thermal balance and generate sound. 38,88…”
Section: Surface Morphologymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Additionally, cuticular scales on elytra, which should be wearresistant, have been suggested to be responsible for maintaining thermal balance and generate sound. 38,88…”
Section: Surface Morphologymentioning
confidence: 99%
“…96 Este inseto apresenta uma ampla distribuição, ocorrendo principalmente na região sul do Brasil. 97 Recentemente Ambrogi e Zarbin 98 verificaram a presença de um feromônio de agregação produzido pelos machos que atraem ambos os sexos. Análises em CG demonstraram a existência de cinco compostos específicos dos machos, mas a identificação química desses compostos ainda não foi concluída.…”
Section: Sternechus Subsignatusunclassified
“…Also known as the Eucalyptus snout-beetles, the species belonging to the genus Gonipterus have little economic significance in the Australian continent, whereas outside of their native range, they are some of the most harmful defoliators of several Eucalyptus species (Marelli, 1927;Frappa, 1950;Tooke, 1955;Cadahia, 1986a,b;Richardson and Meakins, 1986;Rosado-Neto, 1993;Cordero Rivera et al, 1999;Lanfranco and Dungey, 2001;Reis et al, 2012). Despite their torpid and slow movements, the members of the G. scutellatus complex are strong flyers and may live up to 12 months in the field (Mally, 1924;Tooke, 1955).…”
Section: Biology Of the Pestmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…However, 20% defoliation of 3-year-old E. globulus results in significant reduction of stem growth within just one year after defoliation (Pinkard et al, 2006). In Brazil, G. scutellatus was detected for the first time in 1955 (Barbiellini, 1955;Rosado-Neto, 1993). In 2012, a new outbreak of the pest in the region of Sâo Paulo endangered plantations (Medeiros de Souza et al, 2016).…”
Section: Impactsmentioning
confidence: 99%
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