Rajshahi Univ., Influence of host plants on morphological and biological changes in Oligonychus coffeae (Nienter) in tea. You can request the full-text of this article directly from the authors on ResearchGate. The objective of this work was to determine the biology and life table of Tetranychus bastosi on physic nut (Jatropha curcas). Acarologia, Banerjee B. International Journal of Scientific Research 2, 566 – 567. Crop Research, The life cycle of the species was found to comprise both sexual and parthenogenetic generations with slight variations in their respective durations. Our findings contribute to the understanding of mite abundance and population fluctuations in different seasons and climates, and will hopefully help to devise a management strategy for this pest species. Number of results to display per page. Susceptibility of red spider mite, Oligonychus coffeae Nietner (Acari: Tetranychidae), collected from conventionally-managed (synthetic acaricide usage) versus an organicallymanaged (no acaricide usage) tea plantations in Assam, India, to five synthetic acaricides was determined in laboratory bioassays. 371-376. Óptimos a 20-30 °C y un … Prospects in use of neem formulations and biocides in tea pest management in North-East India. One such pest species is the tea red spider mite. (2012) ), coffee (Coffea spp. the sublethal dose of avermectin had no significant effect on the hatching rate of eggs and the emergence rate of the nymphs. (1965) Das G.M. The staphylinid beetle, Oligota pygmaea (Solier) is an important predator of the red spider mite, Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner) infesting tea. Bull. Life-history features of the mite Petrobia harti (Acari: Tetranychidae) associated with Oxalis corni... 溫度及密度對茶葉 Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner)(Acari: Tetranychidae)生物特性及族群介量之影響. Furthermore, the pre-oviposition period as well as the adult longevity was shortened, resulting in a decrease of the mean generation time. The eggs required an average of 16.17 days to develop into adults. 25, The maximum length of life of a female has been found to be 29 days indoors. 2013. The life table parameters obtained were: liquid reproduction rate (Ro), 45.41 individuals; average generation length (T), 12.66 days; intrinsic growth rate (rm), 0.0538 female per female per day; finite growth rate (λ), 1.023 female per female; and time required for doubling the population (TD), 3.15 days. Agricultural Research Reports 910, Wageningen, the Netherlands, Centre for Agricultural Publishing and Documentation. Gupta S.K. 20-33. Occurrence of the red spider, Oligonychus coffeae (Nienter), on tea in northeast India in relation to pruning and defoliation. ), tea (Camellia spp. 16, The effect of temperature on life history and population parameters of kanzawa spider mite Tetranychuskanzawai Kishida (Acari: Tetranychidae) on tea. Life-cycle of Pratylenchus coffeae. Ent. C. Vásquez et al. The larval and nymphal developmental periods were also affected significantly by exposure to avermectin. To read the full-text of this research, you can request a copy directly from the authors. The life cycle of this species, Oligonychus coffeae, Nienter was studied on tea leaves in Darjeeling under laboratory conditions at 20°C and 65% relative humidity. under laboratory and field conditions is described. Our findings contribute to the understanding of mite abundance and population fluctuations in different seasons and climates, and will hopefully help to devise a management strategy for this pest species. An Introduction of Agricultural Acarology, Biology and Control of Mite Pests in the Tropics. ), and jute (Corchorus spp. Caturra in glasshouses in Colombia. 216-220. Entomol., Oligonychus coffeae Nietner Maitrayee Dutta Abstract The clonal effect of three Tocklai released tea clones TV1, TV6 and TV10 on the biology of O. coffeae were studied during the seasons April-May, June-July and Aug-Sep. Oligonychus coffeae Nietner (Acari: Tetranychidae), commonly known as red spider mite (RSM) is dis-tributed widely over the world. (in Chinese) Lin MY. Oligonychus includes several worldwide pest species such as the polyphagous Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner) and Oligonychus biharensis (Hirst). Ent. Kothari (1983) Symp. -cum- Workshop Acarology, Kalyani, 8-10 April, p. 109. The life cycle of the species was found to comprise both sexual and Generally, the mites exposed with sublethal concentration of avermectin during the nymphal stages showed positive effects on population increase [i.e. , (Nienter) (Tetranychidae: Acaridae) and their effect on predatory coccinellid Stethorus gilviform Mulsant. Banerjee B. All rights reserved. Modeling the predator-prey interaction at the individual level. Graham J.C. (1966) Barua A., Babu A. and Rajkhowa R. C. (2013) Study on life cycle parameters of Stethorus aptus (Kapur) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae): A new predator of tea red spider mite Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner) (Tetranychidae). 20 per page . Cryptolepis buchanani Roem & Schult and Justicia adhatoda L. under laboratory condition at 27.5 °C and 65% R.H. during February–March, 2016. 71-72. 428-435. 415-426. The males usually die within four or five days. Rev. Rearing of the life stages of the mite was carried out following leaf flotation technique. To determine the life cycle, fecundity, longevity, sexual proportion, life table, genetic variability of populations in different altitudinal levels and biological control of Oligonychus coffeae, laboratory studies were carried out in the Faculty of Agricultural Sciences of the Technical University of Ambato. (1979) Banerjee B. Females are capable of laying 40 to 50 eggs each. (1928) Low developmental threshold and thermal constant for female to develop and to moult into adult were 12.57℃ and 143.82 degree-day,respectively, while those for male are 12.55℃ and 142.15 degree-day, respectively. One such pest species is the tea red spider mite. To study the effect of temperature on the life-cycle of Oligonychus yothersi, colonies were established on coffee var. Recognition and control of mite pests. 31(2), The eggs used in the experiments were obtained from stock culture. P. coffeae has a life cycle of 21-28 days in yam roots and tubers. It can survive in moist soil for up to 8 months in the absence of host plants (Colbran, 1954). Latest Financial Press Releases and Reports, Making Sense of Illustrated Handwritten Archives. Int. Red spider. There are about 200 described species. The average life cycle of females was 9.63 days and that of males was 8.94 days. The average life cycle of females was 9.63 days and that of males was 8.94 days. Two & Bud., J. Zool. Developmental stages of red the spider mite, Neitner (Acari: Tetranychidae) infesting rose, Kothari’s Economic and Industrial Guide of India. ) TRA, Calcutta, 115 pp. 8(1), Population ecology and its application on tetranychid and phytoseiid mite. Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner 1861) Species recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 1.1 and EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 1.1. Shih C.I.T. (1999) Somchoudhury A.K., Chakraborty S., Sekh K., Dhar P.P., Bhattacharya D. (2007) 5.0 5.1; 6.0 6.1 21-24. Prey consumption increased with increases in temperature and prey density. (1959) The life cycle of this species, Oligonychus coffeae, Nienter was studied on tea leaves in Darjeeling under laboratory conditions at 20°C and 65% relative humidity. The sex ratio was 0.65, and the mean longevity of females was 16 days, with average production of 59 eggs per female. Associated Pub. From influences of the female densities and sizes of leaf disc on female reproductivity and living cohorts of mites in the rearing arena, the maximum mite load of a unit (cm) leaf disc was estimated as 130 mite-day with daily reproductive rate of 1.9 eggs/♀/day. The effect of light on the oviposition rhythm of the tea red spider mite, A demographic study of the growth rate of the red spider mite, Intra tree variation in the distribution of tea red spider mite, An Introduction of Agricultural Acarology, Biology and Control of Mite Pests in the Tropics, (Nienter), on tea in northeast India in relation to pruning and defoliation, Pests of Tea in Northeast India and Their Control, Handbook: Injurious and Beneficial Mites Infesting Agrohorticultural Crops in India and Their Management. ) (1981) Biological control of two-spotted spider mites using phytoseiid predators. An Introduction to the Study of Insects. Plant Prot. The litchi spider mite, Oligonychus litchii Lo & Ho (Prostigmata: Tetranychidae), is a major pest of litchi. Chinese J. Bull. National Pingtung University of Science and Technology, Pingtung, China 4-8. (1974) General information about Oligonychus coffeae (OLIGCO) Name Language; red coffee mite: English: red tea mite: English: tea red spider: English Andrews E.A. The experiment was carried out under controlled conditions at 26ºC and 75% RH, with photophase of 12 hours. Phytochemical analysis of mite-infested tea leaves of Darjeeling Hills, India, Life cycle of a plant parasitic mite, Tetranychus sayedi Baker & Pitchard (Acari: Tetranychidae) on two hosts from West Bengal, India, The effect of temperature on life history and population parameters of Kanzawa spider mite, Tetranychus kanzawai Kishida (Acarina: Tetranychidae), on tea, The effect of light on the oviposition rhythm of the tea red spider mite Oligonychus coffeae (Nietn. Intra tree variation in the distribution of tea red spider mite Oligonychus coffeae (Nienter). 4–12 days outdoors, while in the cold weather it may take as much as 28 days. The tea plant, Camellia sinensis (L.), has been cultivated since ancient time and is host to several pest species that can significant reduce productivity. Introduction Due to the inherent extensive monoculture habitat … Temperature-dependent life history of Oligonychus mangiferus (Acari: Tetranychidae) on Mangifera indica. Biological control of two-spotted spider mites using phytoseiid predators. Foreign Title : Estudio del ciclo biologico del Pratylenchus coffeae (Zimm). Colonies were kept at 15, 20, 25 or 30degC and a relative humidity of 70 +/- 5% in controlled cabinets. Our findings contribute to the understanding of mite abundance and population fluctuations in different seasons and climates, and will hopefully help to devise a management strategy for this pest species. Biology, life table and predatory efficiency of O. pygmaea were studied under laboratory conditions. Oligonychus coffeae. 20 per page; 50 per page; 100 per page; Search Results Life table and predatory efficiency of Stethorus gilvifrons (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae), an important predator of the red spider mite, Oligonychus coffeae (Acari: Tetranychidae), infesting tea. Symp. -cum- Workshop Acarology, Kalyani, 8-10 April, p. 109. Int. (1989) An Oligonychus coffeae in nahilalakip ha genus nga Oligonychus, ngan familia nga Tetranychidae. (1960) Author(s) : Vaquerano, G. M. Miscellaneous : Resumenes de investigaciones en cafe 1979-80.: Instituto Salvadoreno de Investigaciones del Cafe: Summaries … Das G.M. Nymphs and adults of RSM lacerate cells, producing minute characteristic reddish brown marks on the upper surface of mature leaves, which turn red in severe cases of infestation, resulting in crop loss. Nymphs and adults of RSM lacerate cells, producing minute characteristic reddish brown marks on the upper surface of mature leaves, which turn red in severe cases of infestation, resulting in crop loss. An Oligonychus coffeae in uska species han Arachnida nga syahan ginhulagway ni Nietner hadton 1861. P. coffeae reproduces and multiplies in stored yams and is disseminated in seed tubers. The sex ratio was 0.65, and the mean longevity of females was 16 days, with average production of 59 eggs per female. Oligonychus coffeae Nietner (Acarina : Tetranychidae) revealed prolongation of life cycle period up to 18.79 days at 20°C, which, however, was reduced to 8.06 days at 35°C. 31, Similarly, hatching of O. coffeae also showed significant positive correlation with % leaf area damage (r = 0.69839**). The eggs required an average of 16.17 days to develop into adults. Tsai S.M., Kung K.S., Shih C.I. Arab J. In the laboratory, the oviposition rate was steady under constant light or darkness, but under alternating light and darkness (LD 12:12 and 8:16) showed peaks soon after the change from light to darkness and vice versa. Guruswami G.B., Roy S., Nachitmuthu S. (2010) Biorational approaches for the management of tea red spider mite, Oligonychus coffeae, (Nienter) (Tetranychidae: Acaridae) and their effect on predatory coccinellid Stethorus gilviform Mulsant. 206-219. Ent. The results showed that, Access scientific knowledge from anywhere. Oligonychus coffeae Nietner (Acari: Tetranychidae), the red spider mite (RSM), is a major pest of tea (Camellia sinensis) in most tea-producing countries. 491-514. Bionomics of tea red spider, Oligonychus coffeae (Nienter). Barua, A., Babu, A. and Rajkhowa, R. C. (2013) Study on life cycle parameters of Stethorus aptus (Kapur) (Coleoptera: Coccinellidae): A new predator of tea red spider mite Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner) (Tetranychidae). Tea Assoc., Rearing of the life stages of the mite was tages of the mite was carried out following leaf flotation technique. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. A total period of 8–13 days was required to complete the life cycle from egg to adult stage. A demographic study of the growth rate of the red spider mite Oligonychus coffeae (Nienter) on two varieties of tea. ), Biology and life table of the red spider mite Tetranychus bastosi on physic nut. The average longevity of the adult mites ranged between 2 and 11 days. INTRODUCTION Tea [Camellia sinensis ( L.) O. Kuntze] is an evergreen perennial plantation crop that plays a major role in the economy of several developing countries. Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner) (Tetranychidae) KEYWORDS : Red spider mite, Predator, Stethorus aptus, life cycle. 1-116. Su desarrollo está supeditado a la humedad y el calor. Agricultural Research Reports 910, Wageningen, the Netherlands, Centre for Agricultural Publishing and Documentation. Co., New Delhi, pp.  57. The average longevity of adult was 28.67 days. Developmental stages of red the spider mite, Oligonychus coffeae Neitner (Acari: Tetranychidae) infesting rose. International Journal of Scientific Research 2, 566–567. Saunders College Publishing, pp. 875. 2011. Species include: Oligonychus aceris (maple spider mite), a pest of maples; Oligonychus afrasiaticus (date palm spider mite), a major pest of the date palm in North Africa and the Middle East; also on grasses, including maize However, when the duration of different life stages of this mite are compared with those of other spider mite species, it appears that all the life stages take a shorter time. 265-274. The two hosts in which the life cycle was studied form two new records of hosts for this mite. Post embryonic development of Oligonychus biharensis (Hirst) was traced on cow pea in the laboratory at 30 +2oC & 70 + 5% RH. 17(1&2), Litchi is one of the most important pillars of the fruit industry in Southeast Asia and mainland China. The spider mite T. bastosi develops well and presents a high reproductive potential on leaves of physic nut. To determine the influence of different litchi cultivars on the life cycle, fecundity, and longevity of O. litchii, life tables of O. litchii on 4 popular commercial litchi cultivars in C ... DOI: 10.1653/024.102.0220 4, Perumalsamy K(1), Selvasundaram R, Roobakkumar A, Rahman VJ, Muraleedharan N. Prospects in use of neem formulations and biocides in tea pest management in North-East India, Population ecology and its application on tetranychid and phytoseiid mite, Influence of host plants on morphological and biological changes in, The effect of temperature on life history and population parameters of kanzawa spider mite, https://doi.org/10.1163/15707563-00002449. TTES-12 at 15, 20, 25, and 30℃ constant temperatures at 75?% RH and 13L:11D in the growth chambers. The average longevity of adult was 28.67 days. Purchase instant access (PDF download and unlimited online access): The tea plant, Camellia sinensis (L.), has been cultivated since ancient time and is host to several pest species that can significant reduce productivity. It appears that C. buchanani is better host among the two hosts as because the life cycle (egg to adult) was completed in shorter time, recording high fecundity and longer longevity. The durations of developmental stages were decreased with rearing temperature increase. On the biology of strawberry mite, Tetranychus turkestani Ugarov and Nikoloski (Tetranychidae: Acariformes) and the susceptibility of three gladiolus cultivars to infestation under greenhouse condition. The optimum temperature for reproduction in citrus roots is 29.5°C (Radewald et al., 1971). Ent., Part 1. Mga kasarigan. The fecundity rate varied between 1.64 and 6.75. 26, Res., Sarmah M., Rahman A., Phuken A.K., Gurusubra-Manian G. (2006) (1989) 其平均產卵期成正比與每日每雌平均產卵量成反比。不同飼育葉面積及雌 密度資料分析結果,顯示每平方公分最大承載茶葉量為130-日,此 時每日每雌平均產卵量為1.9卵/♀。 Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner) was reared with the leaves of Camellia sinensis var. Nature Book India, New Delhi, 362 pp. Quarterly journal. Kothari, Madras. O. coffeae has a host range of >85 plant genera, including mango (Mangifera spp. Reference taxon from SpmWeb in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life. At 25℃ female densities and sizes of leaf disc significantly influence the daily egg reproductivity, while sizes had greater influence than the densities. Aparece en las hojas en el período de crecimiento activo del café y el té. 9-11. © 2008-2021 ResearchGate GmbH. 11, Pests of Tea in Northeast India and Their Control. Handbook: Injurious and Beneficial Mites Infesting Agrohorticultural Crops in India and Their Management. / Revista Mexicana de Biodiversidad 88 (2017) 256–259 257 Figura 1. ), cotton (Gossypium spp. Under favorable conditions, spider mites can pass through their life cycle in about 10 days. Está bastante distribuido por las zonas de cultivo de estas especies, aunque se desconoce un poco su distribución en África Occidental y hay regiones donde no se ha registrado. Borror D.J., Triplehorn C.A., Johnson N.F. The time for development from egg to adult was 33.8, 15.7, 12.9 and 11.7 days at 15, 20, 25 and 30 degC, respectively. Li CY. 6.5 Life cycle The bio ecology of these mites was studied on tea in India by (Das, 1955) [21]. (2007) Plant Prot., 21, In field samples, P. harti populations were highly abundant during the summer months and completely absent in the winter with average density ranging between 0.61 and 6.11 individuals per, 茶葉 Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner) 於15﹑20﹑25及30℃,75?%RH ,13L:11D之定溫生長箱內,以台茶12號浮葉飼育之。其各發育期隨飼育 溫度之增高而減短。各發育期之死亡率以15℃時最高。雌及雄發育期之 臨界低溫分別為12.57及12.55℃,有效積溫分別為143.82及 142.15日-度 。於30℃下,雄壽命(10.56日)長於雌(7.97日),但於15℃下反而較 長(28.73日<30.61日)。飼育溫度之高低與每雌一生平均產卵量(eggs/♀) 、內在增殖率(r)及終極增殖率(λ)之變化成正比,與平均世代時間(T)、 族群倍增時間(Dd)及最高繁殖值(Rx)成反比;而淨增殖率(Ro)以25℃下最 高。茶葉於25℃下雌密度及飼育葉面積對其產卵量影響顯著,飼育葉 面積較雌密度對其每日每雌平均產卵量之影響為大。雌密度之大小與, To assess the total effects of avermectin and for rational application, the effects of a sublethal concentration (the LC20 was chosen as a representative) of avermectin on the development and reproduction of the citrus red mite, Panonychus citri (McGregor), were evaluated at 26 ± 1°C, 70–75% relative humidity and a photoperiod of 14 : 10 h light : dark in the laboratory. Oligonychus coffeae es una especie de ácaro; se considera la peor plaga del té. 119-130. ... 6 Oligonychus coffeae sucks the plant sap and turns the leaves copperish bronze in colour that eventually dry up and fall amounting to over 12% damage. Ind. Haque M., Wahab A., Naher N., Begum A. higher intrinsic rate of increase (rm), net reproductive rate (R0), and finite rate of increase (λ) values, but shorter population doubling times (Dt)], whereas the mites treated during the adult stages had negative effects on population increase (i.e. Acarologia, Article; Google Scholar Kothari’s Economic and Industrial Guide of India. Terms and Conditions  |  Privacy Statement  |  Accessibility, Ugarov and Nikoloski (Tetranychidae: Acariformes) and the susceptibility of three gladiolus cultivars to infestation under greenhouse condition. Banerjee B. Observations were recorded on freshly laid eggs on tea leaves and continued until individuals reached adulthood. Observations were recorded on freshly laid eggs on tea leaves and continued until individuals reached adulthood. Functional and numerical responses of the predatory mite, Neoseiulus longispinosus (Evans) (Acari: Phytoseiidae) to the red spider mite, Oligonychus coffeae Nietner (Acari: Tetranychidae), infesting tea were determined in a laboratory on leaf discs. 126, Further studies on the nature of damage and biochemical changes in leaves caused by the mite P. harti would help to formulate strategies to regulate its population. The life cycle from egg to adult is generally completed within 10-14 days. 50, 25-48. An experiment to study the effect of temperature and diet on growth and development of the red spider mite (RSM), Oligonychus coffeae Nietner (Acarina : Tetranychidae) revealed prolongation of life cycle period up to 18.79 days at 20°C, which, however, was reduced to 8.06 days at 35°C. 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