BIO Web Conf.
Volume 65, 2023EBWFF 2023 - International Scientific Conference Ecological and Biological Well-Being of Flora and Fauna (Part 2)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Advances in Crop and Plant Cultivation|
|Published online||04 September 2023|
Significance of the family Braconidae in regulating moth population in agrobiocenosis
Tashkent State Agrarian University, 2, University street, Tashkent, 100140, Uzbekistan
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This article discusses the importance of representatives of the Braconidae family in regulating the number of harmful moths in various agrobiocenoses. In order to determine the species composition and biological features of the development of the entomophage in the Tashkent region, samples of eggs, larvae and butterflies occurring moth. Along with this, moth larvae affected by entomophages were collected and determined by which entomophage they were affected. As a result, in 2015-2016, 527 infected moth larvae were detected, of which 381 larvae were affected by species of the family Braconidae, the rest 146 by other entomophages. Of the braconids, 17 species were noted. The identified species include Apanteles pallipes Reinh, Apanteles ruficrus Hal., Apanteles telengai Tobias., Apanteles kazak Tel., Apanteles vanessae Reinh, Meteorus rubens Nees., Microgaster mediator Hal., Microgaster sordipes Nees, Microgaster vidua Ruthe., Macrocentrus collaris Spin., Bracon hebetor Say, Bracon radialis Tel., Bracon telengai Mul., Rogas dimidiatus Spin., Rogas pallidator Thunb., Chelonus oculator Panz., Chelonus luzhetzkii.
Key words: Agrobiocenosis / agricultural crops / pests / moth / parasitic entomophages / biological efficiency
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