Injury to soyabean pods caused by E. zinckenella is recognizable, even in the absence of the larva. Large pods are marked with a brown spot where the larva. limabean pod borer. Etiella zinckenella. Merle Shepard, Gerald , and P.A.C Ooi. limabean pod borer. Etiella zinckenella. Merle Shepard, Gerald. Etiella zinckenella (Treitschke). Taxonomic position. Insecta: Lepidoptera: Pyraloidea: Pyralidae: Phycitinae. Common name. Pulse pod borer moth.
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Soyabean is the preferred host.
Etiella zinckenella Scientific classification Kingdom: Object map Systematic position. Remarks Worldwide pest of crops.
It is found in southern and eastern Europe  and in the tropics and subtropics of Africa and Asia. Flight is rather extended; terms of the moth flight of different generations are partly overlapped. Contributors own the copyright to and are solely responsible for contributed content. Sign in via your Institution Sign zinckenekla. In-t soi i kleshcheviny.
Sowings of grain legumes located near forest shelter belts composed of true or false acacia serving as reservations for the pest are especially strongly damaged. Number of generations per year reaches three, though the third generation can be facultative. Moths of Western North America.
Eggs laid on seed pods. British Museum, Entomology 28 1: Catha edulis Vahl Forssk. Pests Etiella zinckenella Tr. Voprosy selektsii i agrotekhniki soi v SSSR. Blossom drop, and also some pod drop, occurs in cowpea, lentil and pigeon pea as a result of very small larvae feeding on the blossom and young zinckennella.
FW variably colored, red-brown to black-brown. Ecological studies of the lima-bean pod borer, Etiella zinckenella Treitschkeconducted in a coastal area of southern Egiella during andrevealed that 3—4 larval generations occurred on lima beans between planting in April and cessation of growth in January.
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Zinckeneola hatched larva immediately bore into seed pod. Global Information System on Pyraloidea. Large pods are marked with a brown spot where the larva has entered. Limabean pod borer in the south of Ukraine and its control. The genus Etiella Zeller Lepidoptera: Sau duc qua dau tuong.
Some larvae of every generation go into diapause. AM fascia orange brown to orange-red, fascia edged with black on AM side, frequently gold iridescence on fascia. Moth Photographers Group – species page. This Phycitini -related article is a stub.
Etiella zinckenella – Wikipedia
Sign In or Create an Account. Insects and mites – pests of agricultural plants, V. Mature larva eats through the wall of the pod, drops to the soil and burrows, and pupates ftiella a cocoon Whalley, Entomophagous insects, particularly Trichogramma, braconid and ichneumonid wasps have a pronounced effect on the decline of the pest population, along with arthropod predators, fungal and bacterial diseases.
Etiella zinckenellathe pulse pod borer mothis a moth zinckeneola the family Pyralidae. Please consider a year-end gift to BugGuide!