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Korean journal of applied entomology
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Volume 28, Issue 4 - Dec 1989
Volume 28, Issue 3 - Sep 1989
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Studies on Seasonal Changes of Collembolan Community in the Plantations of Korean White Pine, Pinus koraiensis, Which is Planted in Different Year
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 28, issue 4, 1989, Pages 201~209
A study has carried out to examine the characteristics of the soil arthropodan communities in the plantations of Korean white pine, Pinus koraiensis. Periodical soil samples were taken from the forests during the period from July, 1986 to June, 1987, except in winter months. The arthropods were extracted by the means of Berlese funnel. The distribution of collembola showed to be aggregated and appeared to be different distribution pattern with the environmental conditions. The structures of the collembolan communities in the soil seemed to reflect the forest conditions; and the diversity of the component species and the fluctuation of the number of individuals showed greater stability with the older plantations than with the younger ones. With young plantation sites, the various indices of the community, however, were affected more by the physical conditions than those of plantations. A great increase in the number of individual occurred in August and the peak densities continued thereafter through October, and these might be related with the reproductive patterns of the component species as well as the temperature and the accumulation of organic materials.
Studies of the Fauna of Soil Microarthropods in H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest
;John D. Lattin;
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 28, issue 4, 1989, Pages 210~220
Studies on the distribution pattern of soil arthropods were carried in H.J. Andrews Expt. Forest. Forty-one species of Coleoptera in 14 families were recognized as the dominant group. Also, 7 species of soil mites in 6 families, Typhlodromus, Gymnodaeus, Phauloppia and Scleroribates were recognized without seasonal fluctuation, which made the difference to the outbreak pattern of the Palearctic region. Another species as 16 species of Collembola in 4, families, 16 species of Thysanoptera in 3 families, 10 species of Hymenoptera in 1 family, and 7 species of Acarina in 6 families were recognized. The result showed the importance of the soil arthropod as the primary decomposer in forest ecosystem and the relationship between species diversity and soil condition.
Oviposition Behavior of Ooencyrtus kuvanae (Howard) (Hymenoptera : Encyrtidae), Egg Parasitoid of Lymantria dispar L. (Lepidoptera : Lymantriidae)
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 28, issue 4, 1989, Pages 221~228
The oviposition behavior of Ooencyrtus kuvanae (Howard) (Hymenoptera: Encyridae) was examined in a small petri dish containing eggs of gypsy moth, Lymantrt'a dt'spar L. The behavioral sequence from initial searching movement toward the host egg through oviposition, departure, and auxiliary phase activities such as resting, glooming, and host feeding were described. Oviposition experience shortened the approach time to subsequent eggs. The time spent for contacting the host egg also decreased with oviposition experience. Oviposition experience may play an important role in host recognition and increasing oviposition efficiency.
Biological Control of Malaria Vector (Anopheles sinensis Wied.) by Combined Use of Larvivorous Fish (Aplocheilus latipes) and Herbivorous Hybrid (Tilapia mossambicus niloticus) and Herbivorous Hybrid (Tilapia mossambicus niloticus) in Rice Paddies of Korea
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 28, issue 4, 1989, Pages 229~236
A combined field release of indigenous larvivoroug fish (Aplocheilus latipes) and hybrid herbivore (Tilapia mossambicus miloticus) was conducted to determine the effectiveness of biological control, in particular, against malaria vector (anopheles sinensis), breeding in weedy habitat of rice fields at the University rice paddies at Suwon during the period of June through September in 1988. A combined fish introduction at the release rate of 2.0 fish per
for Aplocheilus and 1-pair
water surface for Tilapia resuited in 70.8% Anopheles larval reducton in a week period, the rates of rontrol increased to 73. 5% and 80.2% in 4th and 5th week respectively after the fish introdurtion, maintaining mosquito suppression in range of 80~82% control after the 5th week against Anopheles and Culex spp. combined. In a single fish treatment with Aplocheilus at 2.0
release rate, Anopheles larval reduction ranged on the average 51.4~56.5%in 4 wrek period which was later integratpd with B.t.i. (Rl53.78) treatment at 1.0 kg/ha dosage rate to suppress vector mosquito population down and the the results was compared with that of combined fish introdurtion.
Resistant Development of Two-spotted Spider Mite, Tetranychus urticae (Tetranychidae) under Alternate Selection of Acaricides
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 28, issue 4, 1989, Pages 237~243
These studies were conducted to investigate the development of chemical resistance in two-spotted spider mite (Tetranychus urticae Koch) through alternate selection for a given period of time with four acaricides including ethion of organophophours compound, dicofol of organo-chlorine compound, cyhexatin of organo-tin compound, and biphenthrin of synthetic pyrethroid compound; and to examine multiple-resistance among the acaricides to the selected populations. The development levels of chemical resistance in the two-spotted spider mite were greatly varied under alternate selection with the different chemical-group combination of four acaricides. Resistant levels of the ethion/dicofol-selected population at 13th-13th generation showed 49.4-fold resistance to ethion and 18.1-fold to dicofol; the ethion/cyhexatin-selected population at 9th-9th generation exhibited 28.1-fold to ethion and 5-fold to cyhexatin; the ethion/biphenthrin-selectd population at 10th-10th generation revealed 39.8-fold to ethion and 19.2-fold to biphenthrin. However, the dicofol/cyhexatin-selected population at 9th-9th generation showed 11.3-fold to dicofol and 4.9-fold to cyhexatin, and the dicofol/biphenthrin-selected population at 12th-12th generation exhibited 11.2-fold to dicofol and 9.4- fold to biphenthrin, while the cyhexatin/biphenthrin-selected population at 9th-9th generation revealed 3.7-fold to cyhexatin and 7.7-fold to biphenthrin. In case of alternate selection, the ehtion/dicofol-selected population revealed moderate multiple-resistance level to biphenthrin. The ethion/cyhexatin-selected and the ethion/biphenthrin-selected populations showed low mutiple-resistance level to biphenthrin and dicofol, respectively. However, the dicofol/cyhexatin-selected, the dicofol/biphenthrin-selected and the cyhexatin/biphenthrin-selected populations exhibited high multiple-resistance level to ethion.
Report on the First Interception of Cylas formicarius Fabricius (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) in Qurantine
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 28, issue 4, 1989, Pages 244~244
Report on the First Interception of Dacus cucurbitae Coqullett (Diptera: Tephritidae) in Qurantine
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 28, issue 4, 1989, Pages 245~245
The Occurance of the Crop Insect Pests from Korea in 1988
Korean journal of applied entomology, volume 28, issue 4, 1989, Pages 246~253