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Laboratory method for testing side-effects of pesticides on the predaceous mites Typhlodromalus pyri and Amblyseius potentillae (Acari: Phytoseiidae).
Citrus red mite populations in relation to virus disease and predaceous mites in Southern California.
The Neotropical predaceous midges of the genus Bezzia (Diptera Ceratopogonidae) Part I.
Nor is it the fiction writer alone who imputes animal ethics to wild predators or sees depravity in predaceous [sic] acts--this seems to me almost a general characteristic of humankind.
Tiger beetles are predaceous insects that are important biodiversity indicators (Pearson & Cassola 1992).
Pameridea (Hemiptera: Miridae): predaceous bugs specific to the highly viscid plant genus Roridula.
This predaceous diving beetle was originally described as Hydroporus sulfurus by Matta & Wolfe (1979) and included as an Arkansas endemic by Robison & Allen (1995).
Food web quantification using secondary production analysis: predaceous invertebrates of the snag habitat in a subtropical river.
Facultative insects that were observed at Woodstock vernal pools include caddisfly, predaceous diving beetle, mayfly, the tiny fingernail clam, and the blood-red Chironomid midge larvae.
Laboratory studies on the predaceous habits on the dragonfly nymph.
Adults are also predaceous, and males of many of the most common species are territorial, exhibiting a variety of conspicuous aggressive and mating behaviors.