All emerged parasitoids belong to Trichogrammatidae
family; 117 were Trichogramma pretiosum Riley (1879), and 24 were Trichogramma atopovirilia Oatman & Platner (1983), corresponding to 82.
Synonymic and descriptive notes on the chalcidoid family Trichogrammatidae
with descriptions of new species.
These families include Ichneumonidae (Arthur & Wylie 1959), Pteromalidae (Assem 1971), Braconidae (Tillman & Cate 1993), Aphelinidae (Opp & Luck 1986) and Eulophidae (Corrigan & Lashomb 1990); in addition to the Trichogrammatidae
demonstrated by Salt (1940).
The aim of the present study was to evaluate the compatibility of the herbicide atrazine with 10 species of Trichogrammatidae during the immature stage.
A total of 10 species of Trichogrammatidae were obtained from the Insectarium of the ICA/UFMG, with 9 in the genus Trichogramma--T.
seven other parasitoid species belonging to the families trichogrammatidae, tachinidae, Braconidae, and ichneumonidae were collected at 18 (19%) sites (table 1).
parasitoid species Host stage Family attacked Apanteles opuntiarum Martinez & Berta braconidae larva Trichogramma pretiosum Riley trichogrammatidae egg Pseudochaeta sp.
species of Trichogrammatidae, Ichneumonidae and Braconidae.
The relative abundance of Trichogrammatidae species was greatest in Tr2, where it was 28.
Parasitoids of the family Trichogrammatidae
can suppress populations of agricultural and forest pests, and reduce the excessive use of insecticides (Soares et al.
maidis are parasitized mainly by Mymaridae and Trichogrammatidae
wasps (Moya-Raygoza et al.
In Florida, an unidentiied egg parasitoid of the family Trichogrammatidae
had been found attacking C.