Pyrrhocoridae

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Pyrrhocoridae

[‚pir·ə′kȯr·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A family of hemipteran insects belonging to the superfamily Pyrrhocoroidea.
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A total of 10 pairs of the cotton stainer were released in each replication of the four rearing methods.
Longest longevity of cotton stainer was recorded 23.
Lowest transformed percent mortality of cotton stainer was 51.
Very few of them were survived for egg laying in general mass rearing cages when brought a bulk of cotton stainer adults from field to lab.
koenigii moist soil and plant debris for cotton stainer egg laying medium are the best one.
Whereas, the cotton stainer adults survived for 25, 23, 22 and 20 days, respectively in the CPPB, the IRT, the CSWS and the CSS rearing methods.
The perforated bottles had the highest moisture retention capacity than the other rearing techniques and cotton stainer suck the cell sap from the moist cotton seed in the same behavior when it insert its proboscis into cotton boll in the field, reached to the seed, sucked the sap from the seed with frequent upward and downward moment of the proboscis.
Abdul Mateen, Muhammad Aslam, Muhammad Akbar and Javed for their constant support in collection and rearing of cotton stainer during the whole course of experiment.
Biology and immature systematic of red cotton stainer Dysdercus koenigii (Fabr.
Efficacy of different groups of insecticides against cotton stainer, Dysdercus koenigii in field conditions.