1996 journal article

Predators Feeding on the Colorado Potato Beetle in Insecticide-Free Plots and Insecticide-Treated Commercial Potato Fields in Eastern North Carolina

Biological Control, 6(2), 273–282.

By: A. Hilbeck n & G. Kennedy n

author keywords: Leptinotarsa decemlineata; Coleomegilla maculata; Calleida decora; Lebia analis; Lebia grandis; Hippodamia convergens; Collops quadrimaculatus; Perillus bioculatus; Podisus maculaventris; Stiretus anchorago; Geocoris punctipes; Acanthapeira stellata; Peucetia viridans; Tetragnatha labriosa; Latrodectus mactans; Solanum tuberosum; potato; Colorado potato beetle; European corn borer; predators; biological control; carbofuran
TL;DR: The coccinellidColeomegilla maculata(DeGeer) was the most abundant predator but its abundance varied independently of prey abundance, and 13 insect genera, at least three spider families, one phalangid, and one mite species were found to prey on the Colorado potato beetle. (via Semantic Scholar)
UN Sustainable Development Goal Categories
2. Zero Hunger (Web of Science)
13. Climate Action (Web of Science)
15. Life on Land (Web of Science; OpenAlex)
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