Scirpophaga xanthopygata Schawerda [new Korean name: (Figs. 19, Figs. 1418) Scirpophaga praelata var. xanthopygata Schawerda, 1922: 11. TL: Russia, Nikolsk, Ussuriysk. Scirpophaga is a genus of moths of the family Crambidae described by Georg Friedrich Treitschke in 1832. Description [ edit Palpi porrect (extending forward) extending from once to twice the length of head, slightly hairy, and with downcurved third joint. Genus Scirpophaga. Insecta subclass Pterygota infraclass Neoptera superorder Holometabola order Lepidoptera superfamily Pyraloidea family Crambidae subfamily Schoenobiinae genus Scirpophaga Scirpophaga nivella (Fabricius, 1794) [species Scirpophaga occidentella (Walker, 1863) [species Please see our brief essay.
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Species Scirpophaga ochritinctalis. Scirpophaga praelata (Scopoli, 1763) Phalaena praelata Scopoli, 1763 Tinea dubia Rossi, 1790 Phalaena latidactyla Hbner, 1790 Tinea phantasmatella Hbner, 1796 Bombyx alba Geyer, [1828 Scirpophaga cinerea Zeller, 1863 Scirpophaga limnochares Common, 1960 Scirpophaga phantasmella.
Scirpophaga nivella, the sugarcane top borer, is a moth in the Crambidae family. It was described by Johan Christian Fabricius in 1794. Scirpophaga nivella, The Sugarcane Top Borer; Host: Sugarcane.
Damage: Young larvae bore into the midrib, leaving red markings and small holes on the leaves. Then the larvae tunnel in the upper portion of the stem, resulting in drying of the central shoot, causing dead heart. With the death of central shoot, side branches start growing Suneel's Zoology. Welcome To Suneel's Zoology.
About Me. Animal diversity (Chordata) Scirpophaga nivella. Sesamia inferens. Tryporyza incertulas. Insects of Forests& Orchards. Locusts. Termites. COMBINED CLASSIFICATION (After Romer, Genus Scirpophaga. Species nivella. Distribution: It is a serious pest of sugarcane in all the grain growing areas of the country. Marks of Identification: The moth is silvery and creamy white in colour.
In case of females the anal end is deep red in colour and is covered by an orange coloured tuft of hairs. classification by Masner (1993).
Of the three scelionid An essay on the classification of the parasitic Ex. eggs of Scirpophaga nivella on sugarcane, Scirpophaga Scirpophaga nivella classification essay classification of annelida Phylum ANNELIDA Annelids are vermiform, bilaterally symmetrical, triploblastic and schizocoelomate animals whose body is metamerically segmented and covered with a layer of cuticle.
Scirpophaga nivella, the sugarcane top borer, is a moth in the family Crambidae. It was described by Johan Christian Fabricius in 1794. Please see our brief essay.
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