· The pyralid moth Hypsipyla sp. (attacks neem shoots in Australia). From Wordnik.com. [3 The Tree] Reference
Deltamethrin is recommended for the control of tineid and pyralid moths. From Wordnik.com. [4 Yams] Reference
The most common applications are pheromone-baited traps for survey, detection and monitoring of pyralid moths. From Wordnik.com. [10. Integrated pest management] Reference
The pyralid moths Plodia interpunctella and species of Ephestia are particularly sensitive against this bacterium. From Wordnik.com. [10. Integrated pest management] Reference
The most important insect pests of stored yam tubers are a pyralid moth (Euzopherodes vapidella) and a moth (Tineidae sp). From Wordnik.com. [4 Yams] Reference
SAUPHANOR and RATNADASS (1985) report that tubers stored in trench silos are not infested by moms or pyralid moms which can cause great damage in storage above ground. From Wordnik.com. [4 Yams] Reference
Males of the pyralid moths E. cautella, E. kuehniella and P. interpunctella can even be captured with the same compound which renders monitoring comparatively economic in this case. From Wordnik.com. [10. Integrated pest management] Reference
The moth's larvae can eat out the infested tuber within a month leaving only the corked epidermis Both species seem to be gaining in importance in the region of West Africa although in the past the pyralid moth was only widespread in Nigeria. From Wordnik.com. [4 Yams] Reference
The pyralid moth normally infests the tubers shortly after the harvest it lays its eggs in existing wounds but can also penetrate the epidermis for this purpose The pyralid moth prefers D. alata varieties, which in to other varieties have a high water content Infestation causes a loss of substance in the tuber. From Wordnik.com. [4 Yams] Reference
To bring the plant under control, Australian scientists brought in the pyralid moth from Argentina. From Wordnik.com. [BellaOnline - The Voice of Women] Reference
We examined larval performance in response to leaf nutritional characteristics using gelechiid and pyralid leaf-tiers, and a noctuid leaf-cutter. From Wordnik.com. [Elites TV] Reference
(Bean pyralid). From Wordnik.com. [Chapter 7] Reference
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