Rice swarming caterpilar (Spodoptera mauritia) and its management strategies

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Published by National Centre for Integrated Pest Management in New Delhi .

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StatementR.K. Tanwar, et al
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Pagination19 p.
Number of Pages19
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Open LibraryOL25362576M
LC Control Number2012354572

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Bionomics of rice swarming caterpillar, Spodoptera mauritia Boisduval. January ; JOURNAL OF ENTOMOLOGY AND ZOOLOGY STUDIES 6(3); Authors. ADVERTISEMENTS: Rice Swarming Caterpillar (Spodoptera Mauritia): Life Cycle, Nature and Control. Phylum – Arthropoda Class – Insecta ADVERTISEMENTS: Order – Lepidoptera Family – Noctuidae ADVERTISEMENTS: Genus – Spodoptera Species – mauritia Distribution: It has wide distribution throughout the oriental and Australian region.

In South India it is common in all the rice growing. Rice swarming caterpillar. Common armyworm (Mythimna unipuncta Haworth) Rice green semiloopers.

Green hairy caterpillar. Rice whorl maggot (Hydrellia prosternalis Deeming) Rice leaf miner (Hydrellia griseola Fallen) Rice whorl maggot (Hydrellia philippina Ferino) South American rice miner. Leaf miner Author: E.A. Heinrichs, Francis E Nwilene, Michael J Stout, Buyung A.R. Hadi, Thais Freitas.

National Research Centre for Integrated Pest Management. Rice swarming caterpillars: It is sporadic pest causes about 20 % losses in rice yield. Adult is a stout, grayish brown moth with black spots on forewings, the hind wings are whitish brown.

The eggs are laid in batches on plants and covered with grayish hair. Newly emerged larvae are green. In South India, pest is prevalent during October to.

grasshoppers, root weevil, swarming caterpillar, climbing cutworm, case worm, whorl maggot, leaf mite, panicle mite, IPM practices in rice. Lec. (p 25) Sorghum and other millets: Sorghum shoot fly, stem borer, pink borer, sorghum midge, ear head bug, red hairy caterpillar, deccan wingless grasshopper, aphids, maize.

The damage is caused by the paddy swarming caterpillar, Spodoptera mauritia. This polyphagous species can occasionally cause serious losses to rice crop. Moths are ashy gray and have a wingspan of about 40 mm. Females are nocturnal in habit and mate just 24 hours after their emergence.

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International Rice Research Newsletter, 7(4) Barrion AT; Litsinger JA, A larval parasite of swarming caterpillar and common cutworm in the Philippines.

International Rice Research Newsletter, 12(2) Beevi SP; Dale D, Effect of diflubenzuron on the larvae of rice swarming caterpillar, Spodoptera mauritia Boisd. Find the perfect paddy swarming caterpillar stock photo.

Huge collection, amazing choice, + million high quality, affordable RF and RM images. No need to register, buy now. These are the rice swarming caterpillar, common cutworm, and the rice ear-cutting caterpillar. A single armyworm egg mass contains hundreds of eggs. Each female lays − eggs during its lifetime of about one week.

What it does. Armyworm feeds on rice by cutting off leaves and young seedlings at the plant's base. In the internationally acclaimed The Very Hungry Caterpillar, a tiny caterpillar eats and eats and eats his way through the week.

Taken from The Very Hungry. The damage is caused by the larvae of the rice ear-cutting caterpillar, Mythimna separata. Adults have grayish-yellow forewings with a dark-gray or reddish-yellow tinge and peppered with numerous black specks.

Females lay round, greenish-white to white eggs on the leaves, either bare or covered with a thin layer of blackish felt. Descriptions are given of the larval instars of Spodoptera mauritia, Boisd., together with an account of its bionomics as a pest of rice in South India [R.A.E., A 23 ; 25 ].

The larvae attack rice only when it is young, but also feed on various grasses, and have been found in other parts of India on maize, barley and wheat. In a cage in which both were grown, they preferred Panicum.

Swarming caterpillar: Rice skipper: Leaf folder (or) leaf roller: Rice horned caterpillar: Yellow hairy caterpillar: Grasshopper: Spiny beetle / Rice hispa: Whorl maggot: Green leafhopper: Brown plant leafhopper: White backed plant hopper: Mealy bug: Rice earhead bug: Thrips.

An outbreak of Spodoptera mauritia, Boisd, occurred during November and December in some districts in Ceylon. The eggs of this moth hatch in from 7 to 10 days, and the caterpillars become full grown about a month after emergence.

They then migrate to the edge of the fields and pupate in. the soft earth, pupation lasting about two weeks and the total life-cycle from egg to the emergence of.

Directorate of Plant Protection, Quarantine, and Storage. Ten days after rice replanting, ducks were put in the rice field, and 50 days after duck-raising, the sampling of zooplankton, benthic animals and aquatic insects in different treatment plot and. planthopper, leafhopper), Defoliators (swarming caterpillar, oriental armyworm, rice grasshopper), Grain suckers such as rice earhead bug, and other pests such as rice gall midge, the rice leaf folders, the grain aphid, pentatomid bug, rice mealy bug, rice hispa, rice thrips, rice.

Three. Insect Pests of Rice Next Three Insect Pests of Rice Introduction India has largest area of million ha under rice cultivation and stands second in production around million t. Yield loss due to insect pests in rice in India is estimated to the tune of 25%. Next Three Insect Pests of Rice There are over insect species damaging rice in one way or another but in tropical.

The climbing cut worm other wise known as Rice Ear-eating caterpillar is a minor pest until recently, has become a serious pest in India. It is distributed in all rice growing Asian countries with major status in Bangladesh and China. In India, it is found to cause considerable damage in Andhra Pradesh, Orissa and Uttar Pradesh.

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The armyworm caterpillar feeds on paddy leaves and cuts the leaves and young seedlings at the basal region. Armyworm also cut the rice. Swarm Theory is a book that reveals life’s amazing contradictions―the wonderful and the profane, devotion and infidelity, understanding and revenge―through stories told from different perspectives.

These stories investigate what happens when people come together―whether to do admirable or horrific things. Here, intimates and strangers Reviews: Generally, it is not recommended to spray in the early stages of crop growth (0−40 DAP) because the plant can recover from much of the damage without any loss to yield.

In the early stages of the rice crop, several common insects such as the leaffolder, whorl maggot, and armyworms can cause highly visible damage symptoms; however, the damage is rarely enough to reduce yield because the crop. A two layered caterpillar train is times as fast as a lone caterpillar.

I worked out the math, and a three-layered swarm of caterpillars is 15/8 (nearly ) times as fast as a single caterpillar. Rice Origin and Distribution The ancient Indian name for rice- "Dhanya," meaning "sustenance for the human race" — indicates the crop's age-old importance.

Man has cultivated rice since prehistoric times. Specimens of rice discovered in China date back to BC. Rice. Spodoptera mauritia, the lawn armyworm or paddy swarming caterpillar, is a moth of the family species was first described by Jean Baptiste Boisduval in Able to eat many types of food, it is a major pest throughout the world.

At a time when climate change is posing a threat to the farm community in the State, an invasion of rice swarming caterpillar or armyworm on lawns and. Paddy farmers in Pathanamthitta that houses the Upper Kuttanad rice bowl of Central Travancore region are a worried lot as armyworms have started devouring their well-nursed crop.

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Insects are typically drawn to a given area by available food supply, weather, environmental factors (pollution, etc), water supply, mating patterns, etc and can be territorial. List of Major pest of Rice, Sugarcane, Jute and Cotton with their Common name, Scientific Name, Family, Order and Status.

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Rice stink bug, Oebalus pugnax (Fabricius) (Hemiptera: Pentatomidae), adult. Photo by Drees. Photo by Drees. Spined soldier bug, Podisus maculiventris (Say). - The Caterpillar Employees Mixed Chorus Club is a musical outlet open to all employees, retirees and Caterpillar employee dependents.

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However, despite its fierce horned appearance, this type of caterpillar is totally harmless. Apart from being a scary caterpillar, the Hickory Horned Devil is also one of the largest.Rice/Granary Weevils: 1/8 - 1/4 inch, nar row, reddish brown to black, distinct snout.

Rice weevil has 4 faint reddish to yellowish marks on wing covers (elytra). Found in room in house where whole and processed grain and grain products are stored. Rice weevils attracted to light and can fly; granary weevils cannot fly. Vacuum adult beetles.

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