Occurrence of diamondback moth and its larval parasitoids in Saskatchewan, Canada.

Bahar, M.H., Soroka, J.J., Dosdall, L.M., and Olfert, O.O. (2013). "Occurrence of diamondback moth and its larval parasitoids in Saskatchewan, Canada.", Biocontrol Science and Technology, 23(3), pp. 724-729. doi : 10.1080/09583157.2013.790343  Access to full text

Abstract

The prevalence of the diamondback moth and its larval parasitoids, was explored across Saskatchewan, Canada. Higher numbers of diamondback moths were recorded early in the season than later and in the Mixed Grassland compared to three other ecoregions. The highest proportion of parasitism was observed in the Boreal Transition ecoregion in early season.

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