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Title: Reproductive Biology of Fopius vandenboschi (Fullaway) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) in the Laboratory
Authors: Sangvorn Kitthawee
Keywords: Fopius vandenboschi (Fullaway);Bactrocera;reproductive biology;natural enemies;mass-rearing
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Faculty of Science and Technology, Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University
Citation: Julsiriku Dl, Kitthawee S. Reproductive Biology of Fopius vandenboschi (Fullaway) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) in the Laboratory. Suan Sunandha Science and Technology Journal 2018;5(1):1-5.
Abstract: Fopius vandenboschi (Fullaway) is one of the natural enemies of oriental fruit flies in genus Bactrocera. It is a koinobiont solitary endoparasitoid that parasitizes first and second instars of oriental fruit flies. The advantages of this parasitoid are the ability to parasitize several host species and the length of female longevity. Reproductive biology of F. vandenboschi in this research showed that it produced average 21.0±13.4 offspring per female, equivalent to net reproductive rate of 8.4 female offspring per generation. The sex ratio is equal to 0.6 : 0.4 (♂ : ♀) and the mean generation time of is 22.5 days. These results can be applied for massrearing production of F. vandenboschi for inoculative and inundative release to enhance management populations of Bactrocera fruit fly pest in Thailand.
ISSN: 2351-0889
Appears in Collections:Biology: National Journal Publications

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