|Title:||利用益蟎防治害蟲(蟎)之潛力||Other Titles:||Potential use of mites as biological control agents of Insect and mite pests||Authors:||羅幹成
|Keywords:||biological control agent;potential acarine natural enemies;insect and mile pests||Issue Date:||Jun-1996||Publisher:||植物保護學會||Journal Volume:||38||Journal Issue:||2||Start page/Pages:||99-110||Source:||植物保護學會會刊||Abstract:||
The important reason why mites have not figured more prominently in biological control- compared with the parasitic and predatory insects is because they are generally much less known, especially biologically, and much less effort has therefore been devoted to their utilization. Yet the taxonomy of many relevant acarine groups is still at the alpha stage, and basic biological information is lacking about many of them. Many potential acarine natural enemies still await discovery. High-quality taxonomic and biological studies of acarine groups containing potential biological control agents should definitely be encouraged and enhanced. Up to now, a lot of parasitic and predatory mites were recorded. The most important families are Erythraeidae, Podapolipidae, Trombidiidae, Hemisarcoptidae, Cheyletidae, Arrenuridae, Hydryphantidae, Li mnesi idae, Macrochel idae, Phytoseiidae, Bdell idae, and Pyemotidae.
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