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RATE OF NATURAL PREDATION OF Anagasta kuehniella EGGS AT DIFFERENT PLANT COMPOSITIONS
The parasitoid Trichogramma spp. multiplied in moth eggs Anagasta kuehniella may be released by the technique of spreading the eggs unprotected, but natural predation can be an impediment to this procedure. This study aimed to assess the rhythm of natural predation of A. kuehniella eggs in different vegetation compositions at Moura Lacerda University Center, Ribeirão Preto, Brazil. Three agricultural crops (coffee, sugarcane and pasture), three orchards of fruit trees (mango, lemon and banana)doi:10.3738/1982.2278.3606 fatcat:j2fx3ebe75dr5cliwto7h3wtgm