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The database of the PREDICTS (Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems) project
Hudson, Lawrence N. (autor) ; Newbold, Tim (coaut.) ; Contu, Sara (coaut.) ; Hill, Samantha L. L. (coaut.) ; Lysenko, Igor (coaut.) ; De Palma, Adriana (coaut.) ; Phillips, Helen R. P. (coaut.) ; Alhusseini, Tamera I. (coaut.) ; Bedford, Felicity E. (coaut.) ; Bennett, Dominic J. (coaut.) ; Booth, Hollie. (coaut.) ; Burton, Victoria J. (coaut.) ; Chng, Charlotte W. T. (coaut.) ; Choimes, Argyrios (coaut.) ; Correia, David L. P. (coaut.) ; Day, Julie (coaut.) ; Echeverría Londoño, Susy (coaut.) ; Emerson, Susan R. (coaut.) ; Gao, Di (coaut.) ; Garon, Morgan (coaut.) ; Harrison, Michelle L. K. (coaut.) ; Ingram, Daniel J. (coaut.) ; Jung, Martin (coaut.) ; Kemp, Victoria (coaut.) ; Kirkpatrick, Lucinda (coaut.) ; Martin, Callum D. (coaut.) ; Pan, Yuan (coaut.) ; Pask Hale, Gwilym D. (coaut.) ; Pynegar, Edwin L. (coaut.) ; Robinson, Alexandra N. (coaut.) ; Sánchez Ortiz, Katia (coaut.) ; Senior, Rebecca A. (coaut.) ; Simmons, Benno I. (coaut.) ; White, Hannah J. (coaut.) ; Zhang, Hanbin (coaut.) ; Aben, Job (coaut.) ; Abrahamczyk, Stefan (coaut.) ; Adum, Gilbert B. (coaut.) ; Aguilar Barquero, Virginia (coaut.) ; Aizen, Marcelo A. (coaut.) ; Albertos, Belén (coaut.) ; Alcalá, Elio L. (coaut.) ; Alguacil, María del Mar (coaut.) ; Alignier, Audrey (coaut.) ; Ancrenaz, Marc (coaut.) ; Andersen, Alan N. (coaut.) ; Arbeláez Cortés, Enrique (coaut.) ; Armbrecht, Inge (coaut.) ; Arroyo Rodríguez, Víctor (coaut.) ; Aumann, Tom (coaut.) ; Axmacher, Jan C. (coaut.) ; Azhar, Badrul (coaut.) ; Azpiroz, Adrián B. (coaut.) ; Baeten, Lander (coaut.) ; Bakayoko, Adama (coaut.) ; Báldi, András (coaut.) ; Banks, John E. (coaut.) ; Baral, Sharad K. (coaut.) ; Barlow, Jos (coaut.) ; Barratt, Barbara I. P. (coaut.) ; Barrico, Lurdes (coaut.) ; Bartolommei, Paola (coaut.) ; Barton, Diane M. (coaut.) ; Basset, Yves (coaut.) ; Batáry, Péter (coaut.) ; Bates, Adam J. (coaut.) ; Baur, Bruno (coaut.) ; Bayne, Erin M. (coaut.) ; Beja, Pedro (coaut.) ; Benedick, Suzan (coaut.) ; Berg, Åke (coaut.) ; Bernard, Henry (coaut.) ; Berry, Nicholas J. (coaut.) ; Bhatt, Dinesh (coaut.) ; Bicknell, Jake E. (coaut.) ; Bihn, Jochen H. (coaut.) ; Blake, Robin J. (coaut.) ; Bobo, Kadiri S. (coaut.) ; Bóçon, Roberto (coaut.) ; Boekhout, Teun (coaut.) ; Böhning Gaese, Katrin (coaut.) ; Bonham, Kevin J. (coaut.) ; Borges, Paulo A. V. (coaut.) ; Borges, Sérgio H. (coaut.) ; Boutin, Céline (coaut.) ; Bouyer, Jérémy (coaut.) ; Bragagnolo, Cibele (coaut.) ; Brandt, Jodi S. (coaut.) ; Brearley, Francis Q. (coaut.) ; Brito, Isabel (coaut.) ; Bros, Vicenç (coaut.) ; Brunet, Jörg (coaut.) ; Buczkowski, Grzegorz (coaut.) ; Buddle, Christopher M. (coaut.) ; Bugter, Rob (coaut.) ; Buscardo, Erika (coaut.) ; Buse, Jörn (coaut.) ; Cabra García, Jimmy (coaut.) ; Cáceres, Nilton C. (coaut.) ; Cagle, Nicolette L. (coaut.) ; Calviño Cancela, María (coaut.) ; Cameron, Sydney A. (coaut.) ; Cancello, Eliana M. (coaut.) ; Caparrós, Rut (coaut.) ; Cardoso, Pedro (coaut.) ; Carpenter, Dan (coaut.) ; Carrijo, Tiago F. (coaut.) ; Carvalho, Anelena L. (coaut.) ; Cassano, Camila R. (coaut.) ; Castro, Helena (coaut.) ; Castro Luna, Alejandro A. (coaut.) ; Cerda B., Rolando (coaut.) ; Cerezo, Alexis (coaut.) ; Chapman, Kim Alan (coaut.) ; Chauvat, Matthieu (coaut.) ; Christensen, Morten (coaut.) ; Clarke, Francis M. (coaut.) ; Cleary, Daniël Francis Richard (coaut.) ; Colombo, Giorgio (coaut.) ; Connop, Stuart P. (coaut.) ; Craig, Michael D. (coaut.) ; Cruz López, Leopoldo Caridad (coaut.) ; Cunningham, Saul A. (coaut.) ; D’Aniello, Biagio (coaut.) ; D'Cruze, Neil C. (coaut.) ; da Silva, Pedro Giovâni (coaut.) ; Dallimer, Martin (coaut.) ; Danquah, Emmanuel (coaut.) ; Darvill, Ben (coaut.) ; Dauber, Jens (coaut.) ; Davis, Adrian L. V. (coaut.) ; Dawson, Jeff (coaut.) ; de Sassi, Claudio (coaut.) ; de Thoisy, Benoit (coaut.) ; Deheuvels, Olivier (coaut.) ; Dejean, Alain (coaut.) ; Devineau, Jean Louis (coaut.) ; Diekötter, Tim (coaut.) ; Dolia, Jignasu V. (coaut.) ; Domínguez, Erwin (coaut.) ; Domínguez Haydar, Yamileth (coaut.) ; Dorn, Silvia (coaut.) ; Draper, Isabel (coaut.) ; Dreber, Niels (coaut.) ; Dumont, Bertrand (coaut.) ; Dures, Simon G. (coaut.) ; Dynesius, Mats (coaut.) ; Edenius, Lars (coaut.) ; Eggleton, Paul (coaut.) ; Eigenbrod, Felix (coaut.) ; Elek, Zoltán (coaut.) ; Entling, Martin H. (coaut.) ; Esler, Karen J. (coaut.) ; Lima, Ricardo F. de (coaut.) ; Faruk, Aisyah (coaut.) ; Farwig, Nina (coaut.) ; Fayle, Tom M. (coaut.) ; Felicioli, Antonio (coaut.) ; Felton, Annika M. (coaut.) ; Fensham, Roderick J. (coaut.) ; Fernández, Ignacio C. (coaut.) ; Ferreira, Catarina C. (coaut.) ; Ficetola, Gentile F. (coaut.) ; Fiera, Cristina (coaut.) ; Filgueiras, Bruno K. C. (coaut.) ; Fırıncıoğlu, Hüseyin K. (coaut.) ; Flaspohler, David (coaut.) ; Floren, Andreas (coaut.) ; Fonte, Steven J. (coaut.) ; Fournier, Anne (coaut.) ; Fowler, Robert E. (coaut.) ; Franzén, Markus (coaut.) ; Fraser, Lauchlan H. (coaut.) ; Fredriksson, Gabriella Margit (coaut.) ; Freire Jr, Geraldo B. (coaut.) ; Frizzo, Tiago L. M. (coaut.) ; Fukuda, Daisuke (coaut.) ; Furlani, Dario (coaut.) ; Gaigher, René (coaut.) ; Ganzhorn, Jörg U. (coaut.) ; García, Karla P. (coaut.) ; García R., Juan C. (coaut.) ; Garden, Jenni G. (coaut.) ; Garilleti, Ricardo (coaut.) ; Ge, Bao Ming (coaut.) ; Gendreau Berthiaume, Benoit (coaut.) ; Gerard, Philippa J. (coaut.) ; Gheler Costa, Carla (coaut.) ; Gilbert, Benjamin (coaut.) ; Giordani, Paolo (coaut.) ; Giordano, Simonetta (coaut.) ; Golodets, Carly (coaut.) ; Gomes, Laurens G. L. (coaut.) ; Gould, Rachelle K. (coaut.) ; Goulson, Dave (coaut.) ; Gove, Aaron D. (coaut.) ; Granjon, Laurent (coaut.) ; Grass, Ingo (coaut.) ; Gray, Claudia L. (coaut.) ; Grogan, James (coaut.) ; Gu, Weibin (coaut.) ; Guardiola, Moisès (coaut.) ; Gunawardene, Nihara R. (coaut.) ; Gutiérrez, Álvaro G. (coaut.) ; Gutiérrez Lamus, Doris L. (coaut.) ; Haarmeyer, Daniela H. (coaut.) ; Hanley, Mick E. (coaut.) ; Hanson, Thor (coaut.) ; Hashim, Nor R. (coaut.) ; Hassan, Shombe N. (coaut.) ; Hatfield, Richard G. (coaut.) ; Hawes, Joseph E. (coaut.) ; Hayward, Matt W. (coaut.) ; Hébert, Christian (coaut.) ; Helden, Alvin J. (coaut.) ; Henden, John André (coaut.) ; Henschel, Philipp (coaut.) ; Hernández, Lionel (coaut.) ; Herrera, James P. (coaut.) ; Herrmann, Farina (coaut.) ; Herzog, Félix (coaut.) ; Higuera Díaz, Diego (coaut.) ; Hilje, Branko (coaut.) ; Höfer, Hubert (coaut.) ; Hoffmann, Anke (coaut.) ; Horgan, Finbarr G. (coaut.) ; Hornung, Elisabeth (coaut.) ; Horváth, Roland (coaut.) ; Hylander, Kristoffer (coaut.) ; Isaacs-Cubides, Paola (coaut.) ; Ishida, Hiroaki (coaut.) ; Ishitani, Masahiro (coaut.) ; Jacobs, Carmen T. 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(coaut.) ; Lavelle, Patrick (coaut.) ; Le Féon, Violette (coaut.) ; LeBuhn, Gretchen (coaut.) ; Légaré, Jean-Philippe (coaut.) ; Lehouck, Valérie (coaut.) ; Lencinas, María V. (coaut.) ; Lentini, Pia E. (coaut.) ; Letcher, Susan G. (coaut.) ; Li, Qi (coaut.) ; Litchwark, Simon A. (coaut.) ; Littlewood, Nick A. (coaut.) ; Liu, Yunhui (coaut.) ; Lo Man Hung, Nancy (coaut.) ; López Quintero, Carlos Alberto (coaut.) ; Louhaichi, Mounir (coaut.) ; Lövei, Gabor L. (coaut.) ; Lucas Borja, Manuel Esteban (coaut.) ; Luja Molina, Víctor Hugo (coaut.) ; Luskin, Matthew S. (coaut.) ; Mac Swiney González, María Cristina (coaut.) ; Maeto, Kaoru (coaut.) ; Magura, Tibor (coaut.) ; Mallari, Neil Aldrin (coaut.) ; Malone, Louise A. (coaut.) ; Malonza, Patrick K. (coaut.) ; Malumbres Olarte, Jagoba (coaut.) ; Mandujano Rodríguez, Salvador (coaut.) ; Måren, Inger E. (coaut.) ; Marín Spiotta, Erika (coaut.) ; Marsh, Charles J. (coaut.) ; Marshall, E. J. P. 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(coaut.) ; Paritsis, Juan (coaut.) ; Parra H., Alejandro (coaut.) ; Parry, Luke (coaut.) ; Pe’er, Guy (coaut.) ; Pearman, Peter B. (coaut.) ; Pelegrin, Nicolás (coaut.) ; Pélissier, Raphaël (coaut.) ; Peres, Carlos A. (coaut.) ; Peri, Pablo L. (coaut.) ; Persson, Anna S. (coaut.) ; Petanidou, Theodora (coaut.) ; Peters, Marcell K. (coaut.) ; Pethiyagoda, Rohan S. (coaut.) ; Phalan, Ben (coaut.) ; Philips, T. Keith (coaut.) ; Pizarro Araya, Jaime (coaut.) ; Plumptre, A. J. (coaut.) ; Poggio, Santiago L. (coaut.) ; Politi, Natalia (coaut.) ; Pons, Pere (coaut.) ; Poveda, Katja (coaut.) ; Power, Eileen F. (coaut.) ; Presley, Steven J. (coaut.) ; Proença, Vânia (coaut.) ; Quaranta, Marino (coaut.) ; Quintero, Carolina (coaut.) ; Rader, Romina (coaut.) ; Ramesh, B. R. (coaut.) ; Ramírez Pinilla, Martha Patricia (coaut.) ; Ranganathan, Jai (coaut.) ; Rasmussen, Claus (coaut.) ; Redpath Downing, Nicola A. (coaut.) ; Reid, J. Leighton (coaut.) ; Reis, Yana T. 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(coaut.) ; Su, Zhimin (coaut.) ; Suárez Rubio, Marcela (coaut.) ; Sugiura, Shinji (coaut.) ; Summerville, Keith S. (coaut.) ; Sung, Yik Hei (coaut.) ; Sutrisno, Hari (coaut.) ; Svenning, Jens Christian (coaut.) ; Teder, Tiit (coaut.) ; Threlfall, Caragh G. (coaut.) ; Tiitsaar, Anu (coaut.) ; Todd, Jacqui H. (coaut.) ; Tonietto, Rebecca K. (coaut.) ; Torre, Ignasi (coaut.) ; Tóthmérész, Béla (coaut.) ; Tscharntke, Teja (coaut.) ; Turner, Edgar C. (coaut.) ; Tylianakis, Jason M. (coaut.) ; Uehara Prado, Marcio (coaut.) ; Urbina Cardona, Nicolas (coaut.) ; Vallan, Denis (coaut.) ; Vanbergen, Adam J. (coaut.) ; Vasconcelos, Heraldo L. (coaut.) ; Vassilev, Kiril (coaut.) ; Verboven, Hans A. F. (coaut.) ; João Verdasca, Maria (coaut.) ; Verdú, José R. (coaut.) ; Vergara, Carlos H. (coaut.) ; Vergara, Pablo M. (coaut.) ; Verhulst, Jort (coaut.) ; Virgilio, Massimiliano (coaut.) ; Van Vu, Lien (coaut.) ; Waite, Edward M. (coaut.) ; Walker, Tony R. (coaut.) ; Wang, Hua Feng (coaut.) ; Wang, Yanping (coaut.) ; Watling, James I. (coaut.) ; Weller, Britta (coaut.) ; Wells, Konstans (coaut.) ; Westphal, Catrin (coaut.) ; Wiafe, Edward D. (coaut.) ; Williams, Christopher D. (coaut.) ; Willig, Michael R. (coaut.) ; Woinarski, John C. Z. (coaut.) ; Wolf, Jan Hendrik Diederik (coaut.) ; Wolters, Volkmar (coaut.) ; Woodcock, Ben A. (coaut.) ; Wu, Jihua (coaut.) ; Wunderle, Joseph M. (coaut.) ; Yamaura, Yuichi (coaut.) ; Yoshikura, Satoko (coaut.) ; Yu, Douglas W. (coaut.) ; Zaitsev, Andrey S. (coaut.) ; Zeidler, Juliane (coaut.) ; Zou, Fasheng (coaut.) ; Collen, Ben (coaut.) ; Ewers, Rob M. (coaut.) ; Mace, Georgina M. (coaut.) ; Purves, Drew W. (coaut.) ; Scharlemann, Jörn P. W. (coaut.) ; Purvi, Andy (coaut.) ;
Contenido en: Ecology and Evolution Vol. 7, no. 1 (January 2017), p. 145–188 ISSN: 2045-7758
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The PREDICTS project-Projecting Responses of Ecological Diversity In Changing Terrestrial Systems (www.predicts.org.uk)-has collated from published studies a large, reasonably representative database of comparable samples of biodiversity from multiple sites that differ in the nature or intensity of human impacts relating to land use. We have used this evidence base to develop global and regional statistical models of how local biodiversity responds to these measures. We describe and make freely available this 2016 release of the database, containing more than 3.2 million records sampled at over 26,000 locations and representing over 47,000 species. We outline how the database can help in answering a range of questions in ecology and conservation biology. To our knowledge, this is the largest and most geographically and taxonomically representative database of spatial comparisons of biodiversity that has been collated to date; it will be useful to researchers and international efforts wishing to model and understand the global status of biodiversity.


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*En hemeroteca, SIBE-Campeche
Effects of optical brighteners included in biopesticide formulations on the growth of crops
Goulson, Dave ; Derwent, Lara C. (coaut.) ; Penagos, Dora I. (coaut.) ; Williams, Trevor (coaut.) ;
Clasificación: AR/632.96 / G6
Contenido en: Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment Vol. 95, no. 1 (2003), p. 235-240
Bibliotecas: Campeche , Tapachula
Cerrar
SIBE Campeche
38838-10 (Disponible)
Disponibles para prestamo: 1
Cerrar
SIBE Tapachula
ECO020011497 (Disponible)
Disponibles para prestamo: 1
Nota: En hemeroteca, SIBE-Campeche
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Stilbene-derived optical brighteners are compounds that absorb ultraviolet (UV) radiation and emit visible bluewavelengths. When mixedwith baculoviruses they can enhance the infectivity, rendering the viruses more efficient as control agents of insect pests. Formulations of baculoviruses with optical brighteners are being tested for control of crop and forest lepidopterous insects in North America. A possible consequence of field applications of optical brighteners on the growth of crops was examined. Application of the optical brightener Tinopal CBS increased reflectance of leaf surfaces, particularly in the region 420–470 nm. In glasshouse trials, foliar applications of 5% solutions reduced growth of maize by about 25%, while 1% solutions reduced growth of barley by about 30–40%. Foliar applications appeared to have no effect on growth of three dicotyledonous crops. Possible explanations for these differences between crops are discussed. Field trials are needed to ascertain whether the increased efficacy of biopesticides gained by including optical brighteners in formulations is sufficient to offset the reductions in growth that can be expected in some crops.


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- Artículo con arbitraje
*En hemeroteca, SIBE-Tapachula
Formulation of a Nucleopolyhedrovirus with boric acid for control of Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: noctuidae) in maize
Cisneros Hernández, Juan (autor) ; Pérez, José Angel (autor) ; Penagos Torres, Dora Isabel (autor) ; Goulson, Dave (autor) ; Caballero, Primitivo (autor) ; Cave, Ronald D. (autor) ; Williams, Trevor (autor) ;
Clasificación: AR/633.1599 / F6
Contenido en: Biological Control Vol. 23, no. 1 (January 2002), p. 87-95 ISSN: 1049-9644
Bibliotecas: Campeche , San Cristóbal , Tapachula
Cerrar
SIBE Campeche
ECO040006393 (Disponible) , ECO040003370 (Disponible)
Disponibles para prestamo: 2
Cerrar
SIBE San Cristóbal
ECO010005485 (Disponible)
Disponibles para prestamo: 1
Cerrar
SIBE Tapachula
33926-40 (Disponible)
Disponibles para prestamo: 1
Nota: En hemeroteca, SIBE-Tapachula
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The degree of control of the fall armyworm, Spodoptera frugiperda, by a multiple nucleopolyhedrovirus (SfMNPV) appears to be limited by the quantity of inoculum consumed by the insect and the delivery of the virus to the insect feeding site. The formulation of the virus with phagostimulants and/or viral synergists, such as boric acid, may help overcome this problem. The present study aimed to determine the degree of potentiation of boric acid toward SfMNPV in a granular phagostimulant formulation. In a laboratory bioassay the LC50 value for second-instar larvae was reduced from 114 virus occlusion bodies (OBs)/mm2 of diet surface for virus alone to 51 OBs/mm2 of diet in the presence of 1% boric acid. The mean time to death of larvae exposed to virus mixed with 0.5 or 1% boric acid was not significantly different from that of larvae inoculated with virus alone. Increasing the concentration of boric acid at a single determined concentration of virus (80 OBs/mm2) resulted in a significant increase in the prevalence of virus-induced mortality. The boric acid alone did not cause S. frugiperda mortality at the concentrations tested. A field trial performed with S. frugiperda larvae held on plants within fine gauze bags indicated that application of maize flour granules containing virus + 1% boric acid caused a significant increase in virus-induced mortality compared to application of granules containing virus alone.

A randomized block experiment performed later also resulted in a higher prevalence of virus-induced mortality in S. frugiperda larvae exposed to virus mixed with 1% boric acid in samples collected at 5 days postapplication and reared in the laboratory until death or pupation, but not in samples made at 1 day and 3 days postapplication. Differences in the prevalence of virus infection in insects collected at each time point may have been related to the consistency of the granular formulation, which turned into a paste and adhered to the surface of maize plants under conditions of heavy rainfall. Granules containing 1 and 4% boric acid were not toxic to the earwig, Doru taeniatum, in the laboratory. The same concentrations of boric acid sprayed onto maize plants did not significantly reduce the abundance of natural enemies or other nontarget insects at any sample time point. Boric acid offers an economical means of enhancing baculovirus activity with little apparent risk to nontarget arthropods.


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- Artículo con arbitraje
*En hemeroteca, SIBE-Tapachula
Toxic effects of spinosad on predatory insects
Cisneros Hernández, Juan (autor) ; Goulson, Dave (autor) ; Derwent, Lara C. (autora) ; Penagos, Dora I. (autora) ; Hernández, Olivia (autora) ; Williams, Trevor (autor) ;
Disponible en línea
Clasificación: AR/632.951 / T6
Contenido en: Biological Control Vol. 23, no. 2 (February 2002), p. 156-163 ISSN: 1090-2112
Cerrar
SIBE San Cristóbal
ECO010018178 (Disponible)
Disponibles para prestamo: 1
Cerrar
SIBE Tapachula
32273-40 (Disponible) , ECO020009578 (Disponible)
Disponibles para prestamo: 2
Cerrar
SIBE Villahermosa
ECO050002849 (Disponible)
Disponibles para prestamo: 1
Nota: En hemeroteca, SIBE-Tapachula
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Spinosad (Dow AgroSciences) is a mixture of tetracyclic-macrolide compounds produced by a soil actinomycete and has been classified as a bioinsecticide. Spinosad is highly active against Lepidoptera but is reported to be practically nontoxic to insect natural enemies. We assessed the impact of Spinosad in a granular maize-flour formulation on a selection of insect predators over periods of 2–14 days. In all cases, the quantities of Spinosad used were less than the maximum recommended rates given on the product label. Adults of Aleochara bilineata Gyllenhal (Coleoptera: Staphylinidae) suffered a high prevalence of mortality following consumption of 1000 or 2000 ppm Spinosad active ingredient (a.i.), but little mortality at 200 ppm. Larvae of Chrysoperla carnea (Stephens) (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae) did not consume the granular formulation and suffered little overall mortality. After 14 days of exposure, the earwig, Doru taeniatum (Dohrn) (Dermaptera: Forficulidae), suffered 48% mortality in the 1.2 ppm Spinosad treatment increasing to 98% in the 1200 ppm Spinosad treatment compared to 20% in controls.

Earwigs suffered 86% mortality/intoxication 72 h after feeding on Spinosad-contaminated Spodoptera frugiperda J. E. Smith (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) larvae. A field trial was performed to compare applications of commercial granular chlorpyrifos and Spinosad in maize-flour granules (200 and 2000 ppm a.i.; 4.8–48 g a.i./ha, respectively) or as an aqueous spray (160 ppm a.i.; 48 g a.i./ha) on earwigs held inside gauze bags. Mortality of earwigs on control plants was less than 15% at 2 days postapplication compared to 33% on plants treated with granular chlorpyrifos, 83% on plants sprayed with 160 ppm Spinosad, and 91–95% on plants treated with 200–2000 ppm Spinosad granules, respectively. Further mortality in the 24-h period postsampling ranged from <5% in control treatments, to 9% in the chlorpyrifos treatment, and to 55–65% in the Spinosad spray and granule treatments. We conclude that Spinosad cannot be considered to have an environmental safety profile similar to most established biological insecticides.


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Efecto tóxicos del Spinosad sobre insectos depredadores
Cisneros Hernández, Juan (autor) ; Goulson, Dave (autor) ; Derwent, Lara C. (autor) ; Penagos Torres, Dora Isabel (autora) ; Hernández, Olivia (autora) ; Williams, Trevor (autor) ;
Contenido en: Memorias del XXXVI congreso nacional de entomología / editores: Sergio G. Stanford Camargo, Alberto Morales Moreno, Jorge Padilla Ramírez, Marcela Ibarra González Distrito Federal, México : Instituto Tecnológico y Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, 2001 páginas e117-e117
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Memorias del XXXVI congreso nacional de entomología / editores: Sergio G. Stanford Camargo, Alberto Morales Moreno, Jorge Padilla Ramírez, Marcela Ibarra González
Congreso Nacional de Entomología (36 : 2001 : Santiago de Querétaro, Querétaro) ; Stanford Camargo, Sergio G. (editor) ; Morales Moreno, Alberto (editor) ; Padilla Ramírez, Jorge (editor) ; Ibarra González, Marcela (editora) ;
Distrito Federal, México : Instituto Tecnológico y Estudios Superiores de Monterrey , 2001
Clasificación: 595.7 / C6/2001
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The incidence of cannibalism of larval Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) on maize under field conditions was investigated using field cages. Cannibalism was found to account for approximately 40% mortality when maize plants were infested with two or four fourth-instar larvae over a 3-day period. Field trials examined the effect of larval density on the prevalence of natural enemies of S. frugiperda. The abundance of predators (earwigs, staphylinids, other predatory beetles, and Chrysoperla spp.) was significantly greater on maize plants with higher levels of larval feeding damage, while the relationship between predator abundance and number of S. frugiperda larvae per plant was less clear. As larval damage is probably a more reliable indicator of previous larval density than numbers collected at an evaluation, this indicates that predation risk will be greater for larvae living in large groups. Parasitism accounted for 7.1% mortality of larvae in sorghum, and involved six species of Hymenoptera and Tachinidae. There was no effect of larval density or within-plant distribution on the probability of larval attack by parasitoids. The selective benefits of cannibalism, in relation to the risk of predation and parasitism, are discussed.


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Effects of optical brighteners used in biopesticide formulations on the behavior of pollinators
Goulson, Dave ; Martínez, Ana Mabel (coaut.) ; Hughes, William O. H. (coaut.) ; Williams, Trevor (coaut.) ;
Clasificación: AR/595.799 / E3
Contenido en: Biological Control Vol. 19, no. 3 (November 2000), p. 232-236 ISSN: 1049-9644
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A patent has been granted for the formulation of baculoviruses with stilbene-derived optical brighteners, a group of compounds that absorb ultraviolet (UV) radiation and emit visible blue wavelengths. These compounds are being extensively tested for control of forest-feeding lepidopterous insects in North America; optical brighteners may thus become a common ingredient in commercial baculovirus formulations in the near future. Many flower species use UV signals to attract insects and to direct them to the nectaries. We examined a possible consequence of field applications of optical brighteners: their effects on the ability of pollinators to find and handle flowers. In field studies carried out in Mexico and the United Kingdom on three different flower species, application of dilute (0.1% or 1%) concentrations of the optical brightener Tinopal CBS reduced recruitment of bees to flowers. Bees that approached flowers were less likely to land and feed on flowers treated with Tinopal than on controls. On one plant species, Trifolium repens, the time taken for bees to handle inflorescences was longer following applications of Tinopal. It seems that this optical brightener may both reduce recruitment of insects to flowers and interfere with their ability to locate rewards. Field-scale applications could reduce pollination of crops, weeds, and wildflowers and adversely affect bee populations. These possibilities should be examined in more detail before widespread applications of these compounds to the environment are made.


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Is it feasible to use optical brightener technology with a baculovirus bioinsecticide for resource-poor maize farmers in Mesoamerica?
Martínez, Ana Mabel ; Goulson, Dave (coaut.) ; Chapman, Jason W. (coaut.) ; Caballero, Primitivo (coaut.) ; Cave, Ronald D. (coaut.) ; Williams, Trevor (coaut.) ;
Clasificación: AR/633.1599 / I8
Contenido en: Biological Control Vol. 17, no. 2 (February 2000), p. 174-181 ISSN: 1049-9644
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Stilbene-derived optical brighteners greatly enhance the infectivity of a number of baculoviruses. This technology has been patented for use with insect pathogenic viruses in the United States and Canada. A baculovirus is currently being tested for its potential as a biological insecticide of Spodoptera frugiperda (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae), the principal insect pest of maize in Mesoamerica. A multiply embedded nucleopolyhedrovirus isolate originally from Nicaragua was bioassayed alone and in the presence of the optical brightener Tinopal LPW (1%), using second instar S. frugiperda larvae. The LC50 value of the virus alone was calculated at 82.1 polyhedral inclusion bodies (PIBs)/mm2 of diet compared with 0.71 PIBs/mm2 in the presence of Tinopal LPW. In contrast to other studies, the mean time to death of larvae exposed to virus and Tinopal LPW was significantly extended compared to larvae inoculated with virus alone.

Analysis of the results of eight independent field trials in Mexico and Honduras revealed a significant positive relationship between log virus dose and percentage mortality observed in S. frugiperda larvae. Virus-induced mortality was approximately 50% at the highest application rate tested: 1000 larval equivalents (LE) of virus/ha. When the impact of parasitism was taken into account, larval mortality increased to 45.0–90.7% in plots treated with virus at 250 LE/ha or more. A cost analysis indicated that approximately 60% pest control can be achieved as a conservative estimate with virus application and the action of parasitoids for the price of a chemical insecticide. Formulating the virus with an optical brightener appears to be an attractive option based on laboratory findings but requires field testing. The use of optical brightener technology will probably be feasible for maize growers in Mesoamerica only if it is highly effective at very low concentrations (<0.1%) or the volume of the virus application can be reduced.


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Parasitoid–pathogen–pest interactions of chelonus insularis, campoletis sonorensis, and a nucleopolyhedrovirus in spodoptera frugiperda larvae
Escribano, Ana (autora) ; Williams, Trevor (autor) ; Goulson, Dave (autor) ; Cave, Ronald D. (autor) ; Caballero Murillo, Primitivo (autor) ;
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Contenido en: Biological Control Vol. 19, no. 3 (Noviembre 2000), p. 265-273 ISSN: 1049-9644
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In this study we examined interactions between two solitary endoparasitoids, the braconid Chelonus insularis and the ichneumonid Campoletis sonorensis, and a multiple-enveloped nucleopolyhedrovirus infecting Spodoptera frugiperda larvae. We examined whether ovipositing females minimize interference by discriminating amongst hosts and examined the outcome of within-host competition between parasitoid species and between the parasitoids and the virus. The egg– larval parasitoid Ch. insularis did not discriminate between virus-contaminated and uncontaminated S. frugiperda eggs; all S. frugiperda larvae that emerged from surface-contaminated eggs died of viral infection prior to parasitoid emergence. The larval parasitoid C. sonorensis also failed to discriminate between healthy and virus-infected S. frugiperda larvae or between larvae unparasitized or parasitized by Ch. insularis. Host larvae parasitized in the egg stage by Ch. insularis were suitable for the development of C. sonorensis when they were multiparasitized by C. sonorensis as first, second, third, and fourth instars, whereas emergence of Ch. insularis was dramatically reduced (by 85 to 100%) in multiparasitized hosts. Nonspecific host mortality was significantly higher in multiparasitized hosts than in singly parasitized hosts.

The development time and sex ratio of C. sonorensis in multiparasitized host larvae were unaffected by the presence of Ch. insularis larval stages. Both Ch. insularis parasitized and nonparasitized larvae of the same instar (second, third, or fourth instars) had a similar quantitative response to a challenge of virus inoculum. All host larvae that ingested a lethal dose of virus were unsuitable for Ch. insularis development. In contrast, C. sonorensis did not survive in hosts that ingested a lethal virus dose immediately after parasitism, but parasitoid survival was possible with a 2-day delay between parasitism and viral infection and the percentage of parasitoid emergence increased significantly as the interval between parasitism and viral infection increased. The development time of C. sonorensis was significantly reduced in virus-infected hosts compared to conspecifics that developed in healthy hosts. C. sonorensis females that oviposited in virus-infected hosts did not transmit the virus to healthy hosts that were parasitized subsequently. Field applications of virus for biocontrol of S. frugiperda may lead to substantial mortality of immature parasitoids, although field experiments have not yet demonstrated such an effect.