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Economic importance Earias insulana is a major pest of cotton in the Eastern Mediterranean. Damage is caused by the larvae, which cause. Acontia xanthophila Walker, ; Earias chlorion Rambur; Earias frondosana Walker; Earias gossypii Frauenfeld; Earias insulana syn. The symptoms of attack are similar for all Earias spp. Cotton infestation generally starts with shoot boring in the young crop. Earias insulana enters the terminal.

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Mysore Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 31 1: The use of related species in transferring disease and pest resistance genes to okra.

Earias insulana (Boisduval, ) – Halias du Coton (La) – Overview

It can be confused with Earias clorana insulna spiny bollworm Earias biplaga. In India, long duration cultivars of cotton supply a host for Earias from June or July until February, with okra providing an important carryover crop from one cotton season to the next.

Pawar AD; Prasad J, Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 16 4: Larger bolls, weeks old, may not drop, but open prematurely and may be so badly damaged they cannot be harvested.

Sufficiently long periods in which conditions are naturally unfavourable appear to be adequate for reasonable control of the pest. The role of predators and parasites in controlling populations of Earias insulanaHeliothis armigera and Bemisia tabaci on cotton in the Syrian Arab Republic.


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Mating erias of the spiny bollworm, Earias insulana Lepidoptera: Prospects of using sex pheromone for the control of cotton bollworms, Earias insulana Boisd.

Evaluation of some exotic parasites in biocontrol of cotton bollworms in Haryana.

Mating, oviposition and gamma sterilization of the spotted bollworm of cotton, Earias insulana. The insupana is initially grey, later grey-blue with yellow spots, its dorsum with small tubercles bearing short hairs.

Indian Journal of Entomology, 39 4: Kehat M; Dunkelblum E, Madras Agricultural Journal, 68 Indian Journal of Agricultural Sciences, 67 6: The pest prefers the developed cotton bollsespecially the nutritious seeds. Granular feeding baits based on Bacillus thuringiensis products for the control of lepidopterous pests. The Lepidoptera of Norfolk Island, their biogeography and ecology. Monitoring seasonal population fluctuation of spotted and spiny bollworms by synthetic sex pheromones and innsulana relationships to boll infestation in cotton.

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Deutsche Entomologische Zeitschrift, 34 On the activity rhythms and interspecific dominance of three species of spotted bollworms in Chinese. II Les chenilles de la capsule.


A study to determine innate capacity for increase in numbers of Earias insulana Boisd. Anthocoridae – a predator of cotton pests.

Earias insulana

La faune des cottoniers sans glandes dans la partie meridionale du Tchad. Annals of Agricultural Science Cairo35 2: Incidence of cotton bollworms vis-a-vis ecological factors.

Stam PA; Elmosa H, Chemical Control Due to the variable regulations around de- registration of pesticides, we are for the moment not including any specific chemical control recommendations.

Shedding of fruiting bodies by bollworms in Exrias cottons. Ovipositional preference and damage by spotted bollworm Earias fabia Stoll in cotton. Components of female sex pheromone of spotted bollworm, Earias vittella F.

Biology of Polistes antennalis Perez and its use in the control of lepidopterous insects in cotton fields. The bollworm has developed resistance to most of the chemical insecticides. Fundamental and Applied Nematology, 16 5: