Chrysoperla carnea. CHRYSOPA. Unit of packaging. Chrysoperla carnea ( lacewing) Pack size: ml bottle. Contains: 1, larvae (second stage) mixed with. Green lacewings, Chrysopa carnea are currently used as one of the most aggressive predators for controlling aphids, whiteflies, scale insects and mealy bugs. Chrysoperla carnea (Stephens) Life history traits of Chrysopa carnea and – Chrysopa rufilabris_ (Neuroptera: Chrysopidae): influence of.

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Sign in via your Institution Sign in. A new cryptic species of the Chrysoperla carnea group Neuroptera: A Bacillus thuringiensis Bt toxin had no direct effect on the carneaa, but resulted in prolonged development, and in a slight decrease in weight, after feeding on Czrnea prey. The adult feeds on nectarpollen and honeydew. The adults are light-green, about 6 mm long, their dorsum covered by a pale longitudinal stripe.

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Chrysopa carnea

Another important parasitoid is a Gelis sp. One larva can eat up to 50 aphids per day. Adaptations to temporal variation in habitats: Other prey includes spider mitesthripspsyllids and many other soft bodied insects. Thanks to Maurice J. The parasitoids Tetrastichus sp.


They have large, transparent, pale green wings and a delicate body. You do not currently have access to this article. As currently understood, this name refers to several similar sibling specieswhose separation is based on their specific vibrational courtship songs. Cambridge Canea Press, Cambridge, England. Adults are active fliers, particularly during the evening and night and have a characteristic, fluttering flight.

Accept cookies Decline cookies. They are considered an important predator of long-tailed mealybug in greenhouses and interior plantscapes. Appearance Adult green lacewings are pale green, about mm long, with long antennae and bright, golden eyes.

Sexually receptive heterosexual pairs of lacewings establish duets of precise reciprocal abdominal chtysopa between partners; these calls seem like interdigitated solo calls, with each partner altering its normal chryeopa interval slightly toward that characteristic of the opposite sex.

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Citing articles via Web of Science Tailored advice More information? Larvae emerge in chrysoppa. In cooler regions, where the predator goes into winter hibernationthe provision of hibernation shelters resulted in its earlier emergence and activities. Your local Koppert consultant or recognized distributor will be able to advise you further.

Several species of aphids, spider mites especially red mitesthrips, whiteflies, eggs of leafhoppers, moths, and leafminers, small carneq, beetle larvae, and the tobacco budworm are reported prey.

Chrysoperla carnea

Chrysoperla carnea adults eat pollen and honeydew and are not predatory, but the larvae have been recorded as feeding on seventy different prey species in five insect orders. Chrysopq of the Entomological Society of America.


It has been used in the biological control of insect pests on crops. Mini Hive Seed Production B. While each solo sequence typically displays increasing and then decreasing burst intervals, cgrysopa heterosexual duets manifest ever increasing burst spacing until terminated by copulation. Contact your authorities or contact your Biobest consultant.

Ant lion, common green lacewing. Storage and handling Biological beneficials have a very short life expectancy and therefore need to be introduced into the crop as soon as possible after receipt.

Chrysoperla carnea – Wikipedia

Chrysoperla carneia Chrysoperla carnes. A pair of sexually receptive males can also establish a duet of reciprocal abdominal jerking. Mode of action Larvae of the lacewing attack prey and suck out their body fluids.

Target Aphids and to a lesser extent many other pest insects, like whitefly, thrips and moth eggs. Adult green lacewings are pale green, about mm long, with long antennae and bright, golden eyes. They are often seen during the evenings and at night when they are attracted by chrysoopa. Sweet pepper and Hot pepper.