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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Adult Photo: J Wessels Parasitised adult green vegetable bug on the left, normal bug on the right Photo: J Wessels Fly pupa emerging from bug, off-white egg on the back of bug Photo: J Wessels.. The fly lays off-white eggs on adults and final nymph instar of the green vegetable bug... Parasitised bugs stop feeding soon after being attacked...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Adult Photo: J Wessels Parasitised adult green vegetable bug on the left, normal bug on the right Photo: J Wessels Fly pupa emerging from bug, off-white egg on the back of bug Photo: J Wessels.. The fly lays off-white eggs on adults and final nymph instar of the green vegetable bug... Parasitised bugs stop feeding soon after being attacked...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Adult Photo: J Wessels Parasitised adult green vegetable bug on the left, normal bug on the right Photo: J Wessels Fly pupa emerging from bug, off-white egg on the back of bug Photo: J Wessels.. The fly lays off-white eggs on adults and final nymph instar of the green vegetable bug... Parasitised bugs stop feeding soon after being attacked...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Evidence of their presence is that parasitised green vegetable bug eggs turn black... Black parasitised eggs may be confused with eggs of spined predatory shield bug or glossy shield bug parasitised eggs do not have the short white spines around the rim... The female wasp lays eggs into green vegetable bug eggs...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Evidence of their presence is that parasitised green vegetable bug eggs turn black... Black parasitised eggs may be confused with eggs of spined predatory shield bug or glossy shield bug parasitised eggs do not have the short white spines around the rim... The female wasp lays eggs into green vegetable bug eggs...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Evidence of their presence is that parasitised green vegetable bug eggs turn black... Black parasitised eggs may be confused with eggs of spined predatory shield bug or glossy shield bug parasitised eggs do not have the short white spines around the rim... The female wasp lays eggs into green vegetable bug eggs...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
" Print the page Photograph of Green vegetable bug adult and nymphs on plant - nymphs change colour as they develop, adults are uniformly bright green... Risk period: Adult bugs typically invade summer legumes at flowering, but GVB is primarily a pod feeder with a preference for pods with well-developed seeds... The GVB threshold in typical edible soybeans crops is a low 0.3 adult GVB per square metre...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
" Print the page Photograph of Green vegetable bug adult and nymphs on plant - nymphs change colour as they develop, adults are uniformly bright green... Risk period: Adult bugs typically invade summer legumes at flowering, but GVB is primarily a pod feeder with a preference for pods with well-developed seeds... The GVB threshold in typical edible soybeans crops is a low 0.3 adult GVB per square metre...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
" Print the page Photograph of Green vegetable bug adult and nymphs on plant - nymphs change colour as they develop, adults are uniformly bright green... Risk period: Adult bugs typically invade summer legumes at flowering, but GVB is primarily a pod feeder with a preference for pods with well-developed seeds... The GVB threshold in typical edible soybeans crops is a low 0.3 adult GVB per square metre...
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Catalogue: Broadacre Field Crops DAFF QLD
Close up photograph of an adult Brown shield bug resting on plant material - image copyright J. Wessels.. Action level: Populations of podsucking bugs other than GVB are converted to GVB equivalents, and decisions made based on the GVB thresholds... Conservation of natural enemies: Spiders, ants, and predatory bugs are major predators of BSB, particularly of eggs and young nymphs with mortality of these stages sometimes exceeding 90%...
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