EUTETRANYCHUS ORIENTALIS PDF

Eutetranychus orientalis. Primary Pest of Soybean. Arthropods. Citrus brown mite . Mite. 1. Eutetranychus orientalis. Scientific Name. Eutetranychus orientalis. Scientific Opinion on the risk to plant health posed by Eutetranychus orientalis Klein in the EU territory, with the identification and evaluation of. Eutetranychus orientalis (Klein ). Eutetranychus acaciae Miller, · Eutetranychus africanus (Tucker ) · Eutetranychus anitae Estebanes & Baker.

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The Panel evaluated the effectiveness of current EU phytosanitary measures and concluded that the removal of E. Establishment is rated as very likely in Mediterranean areas and from moderately likely to unlikely in non-Mediterranean areas, because of unfavourable environmental conditions.

Agricultural Research Review, 68 1: The Oriental spider mite is arrhenotokousits sex ratio is usually 0. Orienralis is the most persistent citrus pest in Upper Egypt and an occasional serious pest in the south of Israel. More information about modern web browsers can be found at http: The oriental spider mite has not yet developed resistance to pesticides.

Eutetranychus orientalis pest risk assessment | European Food Safety

Go to distribution map Insect pests of economic significance affecting major crops of the countries in Asia and the Pacific region.

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Phytoseiidae, Orkentalis in Jordan: The pest is attacked by many indigenous predatory mites of the families Phytoseiidae and Stigmaeidae. Pale yellow streaks develop along the midrib and veins. Entry through the plants for planting pathway is assessed as very likely, while entry through other pathways is estimated as moderately likely to unlikely owing to the different probability of transfer to a suitable host.

Arab Journal of Scientific Research The phytoseiid Euseius scutalis appears to regulate this pest in Jordan, but little is known about its specificity and the ability of other predators to reduce pest outbreak populations.

Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. Arab Journal orientals Plant Protection 8: Annals of Applied Biology, 91 1: In India, of the seven species reported as pests on citrus, only E.

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A colony of Eutetranychus orientalis on a citrus leaf. For further information, we recommend you visit the following resources: Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser.

The adult female is about 0. Lower populations in dry areas can produce the same effect. The male is reddish, smaller, its hysteronotum is pointed and the legs are longer than the body.

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Scientific Opinion on the risk to plant health posed by Eutetranychus orientalis Klein in the EU territory, with the identification and evaluation of risk reduction options.

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Arab Journal of Plant Protection, 8 2: However, spread could be affected since there would no longer be a requirement to inspect for this pest before issuing a plant orientzlis Annex V.

New spider mites Acari: Integrated approach for the management of spider mite complex on cassava. Suitability of the citrus brown mite, Eutetranychus orientalis as prey for nine species of phytoseiid mites Acari: Very heavy infestations on citrus cause leaf fall and die-back of branches, which may result in defoliated trees.

Citrus brown mite Eutetranychus orientalis. Prostigmata – with reference to the world fauna. Distribution Eutetranchus of Plant Pests, No. However, since the regulated Rutaceae species constitute an extremely small proportion of the potential host plants of E.