Developmental response of the mahogany shootborer, Hypsipyla grandella ( Zeller), to temperature was determined in laboratory trials in Turrialba, Costa Rica. The mahogany shoot borer, Hypsipyla grandella,is one of the most of Female and Male Hypsipyla grandella (Zeller) to Swietenia macrophylla Essential Oils. J Chem Ecol. Sep;29(9) Electrophysiological responses of female and male Hypsipyla grandella (Zeller) to Swietenia macrophylla essential oils.
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Hypsupyla range of this species more or less coincides with that of the mahogany shoot borer except Cedrela odorata is not native to Florida. Because attacks ultimately result in a reduction in the number and length of straight, clear logs, mahogany shoot borers are a major pest of mahoganies, cedros, and other meliaceous timber trees in the tropics.
A monograph of the neotropical Meliaceae. Many authors have mentioned the damage to seeds by mahogany shoot borer, e.
West Indies mahogany, Swietenia mahagonias a shade tree in urban area of Florida. This may be explained by the higher levels of food storage normally present in the fat body tissue of the female Chapman This may be true in Florida, where the mahogany shoot borer attacks twigs mostly in spring, and thus chemical applications can be concentrated during this period.
The principles of insect physiology, 7 ed. By splitting an infested twig, the larva or pupa can be examined. The eggs of the mahogany shoot borer are oval and flattened and approximately 0.
mahogany shoot borer – Hypsipyla grandella (Zeller)
In testing mahoganies and cedros of different geographical origins, less damage has been seen in some selections. West Indies mahogany, Swietenia mahagoniundergoing spring flush. Reduction in damage to mahogany shoot borer and mahogany leaf miner by use of azadirachtin. Pupal mortality was generally high. The silviculture of mahogany.
The insect’s most severe damage to trees occurs when a larva bores into and kills the terminal shoot. Literature Cited Becker, V. The eggs are deposited during the early morning hours on leaf scars, new shoots, leaf veins and fruits.
Pupal Weight and Sex Ratio. Development of Hypsipyla grandella Zeller Lepidoptera: For instance, mating success of H.
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Research efforts to develop management methods have been much greater for mahogany shoot borer as a pest of timber trees rather than as ornamental or shade trees LambGrijpmaNewton et al. They attack a higher percentage of mahoganies grown in plantations than trees interspersed in natural forests, and this insect has been a major impediment to the establishment of mahogany plantations.
DeFilippis, University of Florida. Each pupa was weighed using an analytical scale and sexed Hidalgo-Salvatierra to determine sex ratio.
Cumulative emergence at these temperatures was best described by logarithmic curves with decreasing increments over time Fig. This is one of the most popular shade trees in urban areas of southern Florida, and is a component of natural forests in the Everglades and the Florida Keys. Meliaceae, development rate, thermal threshold, thermal constant, Costa Rica. The distribution of the mahogany shoot borer coincides with that of its principal host plant species, mahoganies and cedros, found in southern Florida United Statesmost of the West Indies, Sinaloa and southward in Mexico, Central America, and South America, granrella Chile Griffiths However, these experiments hypskpyla, because pairs of H.
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Academic Press, New York, p. The absence of air circulation in the chambers may limit flight behavior by H.
This is primarily because even sparse populations can cause severe economic damage, as explained previously. Pyralidae in response to constant temperatures. Effect of mahogany shoot borer on growth of West Indies mahogany in Florida.
The eggs incubate for three to five days, depending on ambient temperature Grijpma In order to determine mating success, females were dissected to count the number of spermatophores in their bursa copulatrix, as each one of them represent a successful mating Lara EntwistleBecker Some meliaceous tree species that are native to the tropics of the Eastern Hemisphere are attacked by mahogany shoot borer Hypsipyla grandella when grown as exotics in the Americas; in their native ranges they are generally hosts of this insect’s Eastern Hemisphere counterpart, Hypsipyla robusta.