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LABORATORY TRIALS TO EVALUATE THE EFFECACY OF THE PREDATORY MITE SPECIES Euseius metwallyi AND Typhlodromips capsicum AS A BIOLOGICAL CONTROL AGENTS AGAINST THE TWO –SPOTTED SPIDER MITE, Tetranychus urticae (ACARI: PHYTOSEIIDAE: TETRANYCHIDAE)
Journal of Plant Protection and Pathology
Some biological data of the phytoseiid mite species Euseius metwallyi Basha & Yousef and Typhlodromips capsicum Mostafa were investigated to evaluate their ability in controlling the two-spotted spider mite, Tetranychus urticae Koch under laboratory conditions of 29+3 °C and 73+5 % R.H. Adult females of the two predatory mite species were provided daily during their adulthood with constant number of T. urticae adult females (5 preys/ predator female). It was noticed that, both phytoseiiddoi:10.21608/jppp.2007.220714 fatcat:iyijxicz6jdmhcpmdbgsjko7le