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Research center of Embrapa/Collection: Embrapa Agrobiologia - Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Date Issued: 2018
Type of Material: Artigo em periódico indexado (ALICE)
Authors: BITTAR, A. C.
ELEN DE LIMA AGUIAR-MENEZES
GUERRA, J. G. M.
ROUWS, J. R. C.
AGUIAR, L. A. de
LEITE, P. S. da S.
Additional Information: ANA CRISTINA BITTR, UFRRJ; AGUIAR-MENEZES, E. DE L., UFRRJ; JOSE GUILHERME MARINHO GUERRA, CNPAB; JANAINA RIBEIRO COSTA ROUWS, CNPAB; LUIZ AUGUSTO DE AGUIAR, UFRRJ; PAULO SÉRGIO DA SILVA LEITE, UFRRJ.
Title: Different levels of shade on population of grasshoppers and its oviposition preference on heliconias.
Publisher: Ciência Rural, v. 48, n. 2, e20170371, 2018.
Language: pt_BR
Keywords: Cornops frenatum frenatum
Omportamento de oviposição
Flores tropicais
Description: Grasshoppers of the families Acrididae and Romaleidae (Orthoptera) are among the insects that defoliate heliconias and have been gaining status as pests of commercial crops of these plants in Brazil. The objectives of the present study were to identify the grasshopper defoliating heliconias in the municipality of Santo Antônio de Pádua, RJ (Brazil), to evaluate the effect of different levels of shade on the population of this grasshopper and the production parameters of heliconias, and to determine if this grasshopper has an oviposition preference among the heliconias evaluated. The experiment was in a completely randomized block design, in subdivided plots (four levels of shade in the plot, 0%, 30%, 50% and 80%, and four species of Heliconia: H. psittacorum, H. stricta, H. wagneriana and H. psittacorum x H. spathocircinata Golden Torch in the subplot), with four replications. The grasshopper was identified as Cornops frenatum frenatum (Acrididae). An increase in shade resulted in a decrease in the number of oviposition holes from the grasshopper and the number of lateral buds. Shade did not influence the number of C. f. frenatum nymphs and adults and the number of flower stems. H. wagneriana was the most preferred species for oviposition by C. f. frenatum. Results suggested using screens to shade heliconia plants can help control C. f. frenatum populations, however, the light requirements of the heliconias should be considered to guarantee productivity.
NAL Thesaurus: Orthoptera
Heliconiaceae
Data Created: 2018-05-03
ISSN: 1678-4596
Appears in Collections:Artigo em periódico indexado (CNPAB)

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