Life history and life tables of Bactericera cockerelli (Hemiptera: Psyllidae) on potato under laboratory and field conditions in the lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas

Journal of Economic Entomology
Xiang-Bing YangTong-Xian Liu

Abstract

Effective management of potato 'Zebra Chip' (ZC) disease caused by Cadidatus Liberibacter psyllaurous (syn. solanacearum) depends on the management of its insect vector insect, potato psyllid, Bactericera cockerelli (Sulc) (Hemiptera: Psyllidae). To elucidate the age-specific population dynamics of B. cockerelli, the life-table parameters were determined on potato, Solanum tuberosum L., under both laboratory and field conditions in the Lower Rio Grande Valley (LRGV) of Texas. Generally, survival, fecundity, and longevity of B. cockerelli were significantly greater under laboratory than under field conditions. The mortality under laboratory conditions was mainly due to natural intrinsic mortality. However, under field conditions, most (83.2%) B. cockerelli were missing, and of those that were not, they developed slower, and had shorter preoviposition period, shorter oviposition period, shorter longevity, lower fecundity, and higher mortality than those under laboratory conditions. As a result, most of the life-table parameters of B. cockerelli, including the intrinsic rate of increase, finite rate of increase, and net reproductive rate, were significantly lower in the field under the environmental conditions of the LRGV of Texas...Continue Reading

References

Jul 22, 2009·International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology·Lia W LieftingGerard R G Clover
Dec 22, 2009·Environmental Entomology·Xiang-Bing Yang, Tong-Xian Liu
Mar 1, 2009·Plant Disease·Lia W LieftingGerard R G Clover

Citations

Dec 8, 2015·Journal of Economic Entomology·Mark S Sisterson, Drake C Stenger
Sep 27, 2016·Journal of Applied Microbiology·S-L RenB-L Qiu
Jul 1, 2017·International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health·Cruz GarceráPatricia Chueca

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