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Fernandes D.R.R.,Sao Paulo State University | Bena D.C.,Federal University of Grande Dourados | Lara R.I.R.,Laboratorio Of Sistematica E Bioecologia Of Parasitoides E Predadores | Ide S.,Instituto Biologico | Perioto N.W.,Laboratorio Of Sistematica E Bioecologia Of Parasitoides E Predadores
Coffee Science | Year: 2012

This study reports sap beetles from fruits of a coffee crop in Cravinhos, SP, Brazil. Fruits were collected directly from plants and, in laboratory, from the fruits at the cherry state we obtained 20 adults of three species: Carpophilus nepos Murray, 1864, Colopterus niger Murray, 1864 and Nitops sordidus Erichson, 1847. This is the first report of association between these insects and coffee fruits. Source


Fernandes D.R.R.,National Institute of Amazonian Research | Salas C.,Sao Paulo State University | Rothmann S.,Servicio Agricola y Ganadero SAG | Lara R.I.R.,Laboratorio Of Sistematica E Bioecologia Of Parasitoides E Predadores | And 2 more authors.
Idesia | Year: 2014

This is the first report of the interaction between the seed-feeding M. transvaalensis and S. polygamous, a native fruit from South America. © 2014, Universidad de Tarapaca. All rights reserved. Source


Oliveira R.C.,Federal University of Lavras | Lara R.I.R.,Laboratorio Of Sistematica E Bioecologia Of Parasitoides E Predadores | Fonseca A.R.,Fundacao Educacional de Divinopolis FUNEDI UEMG | Perioto N.W.,Laboratorio Of Sistematica E Bioecologia Of Parasitoides E Predadores
Revista Colombiana de Entomologia | Year: 2013

This study aimed to identify the Hemerobiidae (Neuroptera) associated to Brazilian savannah and gallery forest, in Minas Gerais State, Brazil. The sampling was carried every two weeks at Brazilian savannah (Cerrado) in Divinópolis and at gallery forest in Pedra do Indaiá, both in Minas Gerais State, Brazil. Collecting was carried out between November 2003 and October 2004, with Malaise traps. A total of 181 specimens of five species of Hemerobiidae were collected. The species Nusalala tessellata, Megalomus impudicus, Hemerobius bolivari and Notiobiella sp. were collected in the two sites; the fifth species Sympherobius sp. was found only in Pedra do Indaiá. The species of diversity (index of Shannon-Wiener) and the equitability (J) of Hemerobiidae were similar in the areas of Brazilian savannah and gallery forest (H' = 0.47 - 0.49, respectively, and J = 0.78 - 0.69, respectively), and the differences observed between the two locations were not significant. Source


Lara R.I.R.,Laboratorio Of Sistematica E Bioecologia Of Parasitoides E Predadores | Perioto N.W.,Laboratorio Of Sistematica E Bioecologia Of Parasitoides E Predadores | Perioto N.W.,Sao Paulo State University | Fernandes D.R.R.,Sao Paulo State University | Martinelli N.M.,Sao Paulo State University
Coffee Science | Year: 2011

The first cases of Emersonella pubipennis Hansson, 2002, Emersonella planiceps Hansson, 2002, Omphale huggerti (Hansson, 1988), Chrysocharis caribea Boucek, 1977, Chrysocharis vonones (Walker, 1839) and Chrysocharis tristis Hansson, 1987 (Hymenoptera, Eulophidae, Entedoninae) were reported for Coffea arabica L. based on specimens collected in Cravinhos (21°18'S/47°47'W), State of São Paulo, Brazil. The first occurrence of E. pubipennis and O. huggerti were also reported in Brazil. The insects were collected with Moericke and light traps between May of 2005 and April of 2007. Source


Tango M.F.A.,Sao Paulo State University | Fernandes D.R.R.,Sao Paulo State University | Paz C.C.P.,Laboratorio Of Sistematica E Bioecologia Of Parasitoides E Predadores | Lara R.I.R.,Laboratorio Of Sistematica E Bioecologia Of Parasitoides E Predadores | And 2 more authors.
Revista Colombiana de Entomologia | Year: 2014

The aim of this study was to document the Orgilinae species found in Coffea arabica L. at Cravinhos, at São Paulo State, Brazil; to evaluate the population fluctuation of Orgilus niger, and to correlate it population with the sampling methods employed, with populations of Leucoptera coffeella, rainfall, and the average maximum and minimum temperatures. Orgilinids were collected weekly between May 2005 and April 2007 with Moericke and light traps. The following species were identified: O. niger (757 specimens; 88.0% of the total collected), Orgilus sp. 1 (71; 8.3%), and Stantonia longicornis (32; 3.7%). The highest frequency of Orgilinae was recorded between May 2005 and April 2006 (693; 80.6%), and O. niger between May and October 2005, with a peak population between August and September 2005. Moericke traps captured all the specimens of O. niger, S. longicornis and most Orgilus sp. 1; traps installed at the height of the lower third of the plants captured the highest average of O. niger, which differed significantly from those installed in the middle third. Between May 2005 and April 2006, the correlations between the population of O. niger and the number of larvae and mines of L. coffeella available for parasitism were positive and significant and negative and significant with the rainfall and minimum and maximum temperatures, indicating that periods of drought and lower temperature in the year favor the increase of the population of L. coffeella and its parasitoid O. niger. © 2014 The American Society for Cell Biology. Source

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