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bibliography of the flat grain beetle, Cryptolestes pusillus (Schonherr)(Coleoptera: Cucujidae)

James Edward Throne

bibliography of the flat grain beetle, Cryptolestes pusillus (Schonherr)(Coleoptera: Cucujidae)

by James Edward Throne

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service in [Alexandria, VA] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Beetles -- Bibliography,
  • Cucujidae -- Bibliography

  • Edition Notes

    Statementcompiled by James E. Throne.
    GenreBibliography.
    ContributionsUnited States. Agricultural Research Service.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination15 p. ;
    Number of Pages15
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17607827M
    OCLC/WorldCa20213321

    Flat grain beetle, Cryptolestes pusillus (Schonherr), lesser grain borer, Rhyzopertha dominica (Fabricius), and confused flour beetle, Tribolium confusum (Jacquelin du Val), are major pests of stored products worldwide [1,2,3].They infest stored grain, beans, nuts, and oil seeds, and could create feeding holes on kernels. Insect infestations of kernels reduce nutritional values, germination Cited by: 4. pusillus (Schönherr), C. turcicus (Grouvelle) and C. ugandae (Steel and Howe). Out of the listed species so far, only the cosmopolitan C. ferrugineus, C. pusillus and C. pusilloides have been detected in Australia. In spite of Halstead () and Banks () publications, Cryptolestes specimens are usually identified to generic level only.

    Synthesis of two macrolide aggregation pheromones from the flat grain beetle, Cryptolestes pusillus (Schoenherr) The Journal of Organic Chemistry , Books and Reference; Advertising Media Kit; Institutional Sales; ACS Publishing Center;. In a survey of 60 grain farms on the Darling Downs, Queensland, during , the flat grain beetles Cryptolestes spp., which are germ feeders in stored grains, were found on 39 of the farms and in 15% of the samples taken. Ninety percent of infestations involving Cryptolestes spp. were found in bag or bulk stores of seed and feed grain, where they were usually associated with heavy Cited by: 9.

    see more details of one of the 3 components of the aggregation pheromone of Cryptolestes pusillus cryptolestes pusillus Subject Category: Organism Names see more details, a cucujid pest of stored grain, is : V. S. Abdukakharov, M. M. Kasymzhanova, G. S. Shakirzyanova, A. A. Abduvakhabov. Thermal treatment has been extensively used to control pests in stored grains for a long time. The objective of this study was to analyze thermal death kinetics of adult flat grain beetle, Cryptolestes pusillus (Schonherr), lesser grain borer, Rhyzopertha dominica (Fabricius), and confused flour beetle, Tribolium confusum (Jacquelin du Val), using a heating block system (HBS), at temperatures Cited by: 4.


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Bibliography of the flat grain beetle, Cryptolestes pusillus (Schonherr)(Coleoptera: Cucujidae) by James Edward Throne Download PDF EPUB FB2

A Bibliography of the Flat Grain Beetle, Cryptolestes pusillus (Schonherr) (Coleoptera: Cucuji- dae). U.S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, ARS, 16 pp. Flat grain beetles are pests of stored products throughout most of the world. This bibliography lists papers pub- lished about these beetles.

Rusty grain beetles are major pests of stored products throughout most of the world. This bibliography lists papers published about these beetles. Citations are grouped by subject and are indexed by geography, bibliography of the flat grain beetle, and by: 6.

Cite this entry as: () Flat Grain Beetle, Cryptolestes pusillus (Schönherr) (Coleoptera: Laemophloeidae). In: Capinera J.L. (eds) Encyclopedia of Entomology.

Cryptolestes minutus (Olivier, ) non (Geoffroy in Fourcroy, ) synonym non (Geoffroy in Fourcroy, ) UKSI Cryptolestes pusillus (Schoenherr, ) synonym. The beetles are flat, quite shiny, and have long, slender antennae. The antennae of both male and female rusty grain beetles are about half the length of the body.

The antennae of the males of flat grain beetles and flour mill beetles are more than two-thirds the length of the body. Flat grain beetle Cryptolestes pusillus (Schönherr) Classification. Primary pest; grain feeder Order: Coleoptera Family: Laemophloeidae Acronym: CPU.

Description. Adults are small ( to mm), reddish brown and flattened with long bead-like antennae. Adults have a ridge (sublateral carina) on the head and prothorax.

pusillus feeds on damaged grains, dried fruits, nuts and other stored plant materials. Damage caused by this pest cannot be distinguished from that caused by many other stored-product insects, except by identification of the insects present.

The larvae and adults feed on damaged grains and will burrow into the grain to feed. Abstract: All developmental stages of flat grain beetles (Cryptolestes pusillus) coexisting with rice grains in LDPE packaging bag (16x18 cm) were exposed to 50% CO 2 and found that the mortality rate of larval and adult stages were % and significantly different to those of pupal stage ( ± %) and egg stage ( ± %) (P.

Background The flat grain beetles (FGB) species Cryptolestes ferrugineus, C. pusillus, C. pusilloides, and C. turcicus are major stored products pests worldwide, of which the first three are Author: H. BANKS.

Jagadeesan, Rajeswaran Nayak, Manoj K. Dawson, Kerri Byrne, Valerie and Collins, Patrick J. Dietary media for mass rearing of rusty grain beetle, Cryptolestes ferrugineus (Stephens) and flat grain beetle, Cryptolestes pusillus (Schonherr) (Coleoptera: Cucujidae).Cited by: "A Bibliography of the Rusty Grain Beetle, Cryptolestes ferrugineus (Stephens) (Coleoptera: Cucujidae)" ().

Publications from USDA-ARS / UNL Faculty. Cited by: 6. The back of the Flat grain beetle is square. The larvae of the pest is white to yellow in colour and its length is about 3 mm. The adult form of this beetle readily flies.

The average Flat grain beetle female lays about eggs, usually in broken kernels or around them and their debris. Flat grain beetle - Cryptolestes pusillus Top. This beetle is very flattened, light brown with hair-like antennae which are sometimes very long. It is a pest of grain and grain products.

Libraries and tags. Entomology Insects pests (agricultural) beetles ; Actions. Download x Adults are flat, small, shiny reddish brown beetles, about 2 mm in length and are as thick as 2 Canadian dimes. Larvae are 1 to 4 mm in length, are white to yellowish white with a brown head and have a slightly darker last segment with 2 amber projections (urogomphi).

Cryptolestes testaceus (Stephens, ) Cucujus testaceus Stephens, Cryptolestes pusillus is a species of lined flat bark beetle native to Europe. It is also known as the flat grain beetle. It feeds on grain products, and is considered a pest in : Laemophloeidae.

Identification of the flat grain beetles (Cryptolestes spp.) of Australia Three species of flat grain beetles (Cryptolestes spp.) occur in stored grain in Australia. Adults are fast moving, small (2mm), flat, with longer antennae than most stored grain pests.

Cryptolestes species occur in all grain growing regions of Australia. Cryptolestes minutus (Olivier, ) Cucujus minutus Olivier, [1] Espesye sa bakukang nga una nga gihulagway ni Carl Johan Schönherr ni adtong ang Cryptolestes pusillus [8] [9] [1] [10].Ginharian: Animalia.

Antennal and behavioral responses of the rust-red grain beetle,Cryptolestes ferrugineus, and the flat grain beetle,C. pusillus, to synthetic samples of the macrocyclic lactones reported to comprise their aggregation pheromones were investigated.

Electroantennogram (EAG) recordings were obtained successfully from both species for the first by: Rust-red grain beetle,Cryptolestes ferrugineus, and flat grain beetle,Cryptolestes pusillus: Antennal and behavioral responses to synthetic components of their aggregation pheromones.

Journal of Chemical Ecology16 (12), DOI: /BF Cryptolestes pusillus cleared male dorsal. Australia det: A. Szito Related Species flat grain beetle - [Cryptolestes ferrugineus] More Information Specimen Contact Cameron Brumley Author Andras Szito Created 04/07/ AEST Last Updated 13/02/ AEST Citation.

Flat Grain Beetle (Cryptolestes Pusillus). Pest Control & Pest Bird Control Specialists. Call or for a FREE Survey. Pest Solutions.An Cryptolestes pusillus in uska species han Coleoptera nga syahan ginhulagway ni Carl Johan Schönherr hadton An Cryptolestes pusillus in nahilalakip ha genus nga Cryptolestes, ngan familia nga Laemophloeidae.

Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasariganGinhadi-an: Animalia.Dietary media for mass rearing of rusty grain beetle, Cryptolestes ferrugineus (Stephens) and flat grain beetle, Cryptolestes pusillus (Schonherr) (Coleoptera: Cucujidae) Author links open overlay panel Rajeswaran Jagadeesan a b Manoj K.

Nayak a b Kerri Dawson a Valerie Byrne a Patrick J. Collins a bCited by: