2 edition of The army-worm found in the catalog.
1920 in Urbana .
Written in English
|Series||Entomological series / Illinois. Natural History Survey Division -- Circular 7.|
|Contributions||Illinois. Natural History Survey Division|
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|Pagination||9 p. :|
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The True Army Worm and Its Control on *FREE* shipping on qualifying cturer: United States Department of Agriculture. The army-worm. Related Titles. Series: Illinois. Natural History Survey Division Circular 14 Series: Illinois.
Natural History Survey Division Entomological Series. Circular 7, Revised By. Flint, W. Title. The army-worm. Related Titles. Series: Entomological series / Illinois. Natural History Survey Division ; Circular 7.
Title. The army-worm Cirphus (leucania) unipuncta Haw. / Related Titles. Series: Bulletin / Canada. Division of Entomology ; no. Series: CIHM/ICMH microfiche. Pheromone receptors (PRs) found in the antennae of male moths play a vital role in the recognition of sex pheromones released by females.
The fall armyworm (FAW), Spodoptera frugiperda, is a notorious invasive pest, but its PRs have not been reported. In this report, six candidate PRs (SfruOR6, 11, 13, 16, 56 and 62) suggested by phylogenetic analysis were cloned, and their tissue–sex Author: Jin-Meng Guo, Xiao-Long The army-worm book, Si-Ruo Liu, Zhi-Qiang Wei, Wei-Kang Han, Youzhong Guo, Shuang-Lin Dong.
In Minnesota and New York, where fall army- worm moths do not appear until August, there may be but a single generation. The number of generations is reported to be one to two in Kansas, three in South Carolina, and four The army-worm book Size: 2MB.
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Leiby Publisher: Extension Circular September The Fall Army-Worm. Other notes: Extension Circular p. First separate edition. Original Rating: % positive. The forest tent caterpillar, also known as the “army worm,” is a June mainstay in the North Woods of Minnesota.
Shortly after the forest turns bright green and beautiful, these little blue-gray caterpillars emerge to gobble up leaves, poop a bunch, form a. Trap Buildings Edit. The Machine Army lays traps for people by becoming buildings, or more accurately, becoming facsimiles of buildings, in attempt to lure people inside.
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Author: Author's name as listed in Library of Congress records Barrett, S. (Samuel Alfred), Title: The army worm: a food of the Pomo Indians Published in: if part or section of a book or monograph Essays in anthropology presented to A. Kroeber Cited by: 3.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Luginbill, Philip. Fall army worm. Washington: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, (OCoLC) Material Type. Free 2-day shipping. Buy The Army-Worm in New York () at army worm n 1. (Animals) the caterpillar of a widely distributed noctuid moth, Leucania unipuncta, which travels in vast hordes and is a serious pest of cereal crops in North America 2.
(Animals) any of various similar caterpillars ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend: Switch to new thesaurus Noun 1. army worm - noctuid moth larvae that travel. other armyworm larvae. A fully grown true army worm larva is about 1½ inches long. Figure 5.
True armyworm showing the dark spots along the back. Frank Peairs, Colorado State University. Pupa: Fall Armyworm and True Armyworm. Pupae of the two species are very similar in. 5 ⁄ 8. inch long (Figure 6). Pupation normally takes. HALIFAX, Aug. The army-worm has made its appearance in the eastern part of Halifax County.
It has also appeared in Sherbrooke, doing much damage to the wheat, barley, and other grain crops. The Army Worm in Ontario in Author(s): Baker, A. Book: 45th Annual Report of the Entomological Society of Ontario, pp pp.
Abstract: The outbreak of Cirphis unipuncta[Mythimna unipuncta mythimna unipuncta Subject Cited by: 3. Armyworm may refer to. African armyworm (Spodoptera exempta) (Africa); Common armyworm or true armyworm (Mythimna unipuncta) (North and South America)Fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) (North and South America); Lawn armyworm (Spodoptera mauritia)Northern armyworm, Oriental armyworm or rice ear-cutting caterpillar (Mythimna separata) (Asia).
Lespesia archippivora is a species of tachinid fly, which, like all tachinids, are parasitoids of other arthropods. archippivora lives in the body of its host resulting in its death.
This is not uncommon since it is estimated that about 10% of all insects are parasitoids. archippivora is a generalist and able to infect at least 25 lepidopteran species in addition to one species of Family: Tachinidae. Fall armyworm adult moth The fall armyworm has four life stages: egg, larva, pupa, and adult.
Adult moths (Figure 3) are generally gray in color, with a 1½-inch wingspan and white underwings. Forewings are mottled with flecks of white, and males may have a triangular white spot near the wing tip, and another spot in the middle of the wing.
Armyworms: The hungry caterpillar threatening a global food crisis The spodoptera frugiperda or fall armyworm arrived in Africa early last year. The Fall Army-Worm by Sherman, Franklin and R.W. Leiby. $ + $ Shipping. LOT OF 4 JERRY BAKERS Green Grass Magic FLOWER GARDEN CRITTER CONTROL BACKYARD.
$ Book must be returned in the same condition as sent. All autographs are guaranteed authentic, and if found otherwise may be returned for full refund of the original purchase Seller Rating: % positive. In Januarypractically the whole maize-growing area of Rhodesia was invaded by the army worm, Laphygma exempta[Spodoptera exempta], Wlk.
The life-history of the moth is outlined [cf. R.A.E., A, xvii, ], and the stages described. A study of the seven outbreaks that have occurred in the Colony during the past 20 years indicates a comparatively short oviposition period commencing more or Cited by: 2.
Dispatch from the army worm front By Aaron J. Brown. The forest tent caterpillar is actually quite an attractive little critter if you happen to observe just one of them. Blue-green, speckled white and black, the caterpillar seems a friendly little chap — soft to the touch, without any inclination to bite you or suck your blood.
The Army Worm by Preston they put stable she comes to ruin. they they bring happiness she brings saddeness into their lives. PageAuthor: Preston Mwiinga. army worm n 1 the caterpillar of a widely distributed noctuid moth, Leucania unipuncta, which travels in vast hordes and is a serious pest of cereal crops in North America.