biological control of papilio demoleus

Biology and Ecology The preimaginal stages of P. demoleus have been well studied and documented. Underside ssp. Original citation: Matsumoto & Woro Noerdjito, 1996, Original citation: Kalshoven and van der Laan (1981). Batra RC, 1990. Control: Handpicking and destruction of the larvae which are so prominent on the leaves helps to save the plants in nurseries. Five generations were reared during the period from mid October 1979 to end of June 1980. Krishnamoorthy A; Singh SP, 1986. These common names refer to their host plants, which are usually citrus species such as the cultivated lime.Unlike most swallowtail butterflies, it does not have a prominent tail. Papilio demoleus L. is considered among the most important pests of citrus trees in Saudi Arabia. studies on some biological and ecological aspects of papilio polytes l. (lepidoptera: papilionidae) and papilio demoleus l. (lepidoptera: papilionidae) on rutaceous host plants s u w a r n o universiti sains malaysia 2009 . It’s life cycle completes in four stages, egg, larvae, pupa and adult. Annals of the Entomological Society of America. insecticides were tested against P. demoleus caterpillars, peak level in firs~ fortnight of September 87. Jumalon (1969) had also recorded it from the Philippines much earlier. Dean G J, 1978. All … London, UK: Taylor & Francis. (Ciclo de vida y control de la mariposa asiática de los cítricos, Papilio demoleus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae), una nueva plaga invasiva en Puerto Rico.) Larvae Hong Kong Butterflies. http://www02.so-net.ne.jp/~jamides/jplist/jplist-e.html. Narayanamma VL; Savithri P, 2003. This stage generally lasts 4-7 days, depending on temperature. Jumalon JN, 1969. Specimen record from the collection in the Natural History Museum (London, UK)., London, UK: Natural History Museum (London). showed a positive non-significant correlation between Larvae of this species can often be found in the company of larvae of Papilio polytes and P. memnon, which are very similar in appearance. Biological Control. Wiltshire EP, 1964. Biology of the lemon butterfly (Papilio demoleus L.) on Khasi mandarin and its development on citrus cultivars. 1. 385-396, 412-428. Life cycle and control of the Asian lime swallowtail, Papilio demoleus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae): a new invasive pest in Puerto Rico. Forsk olin is a diterpene extracted from the roots of of Papilio demoleus L (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae). The longest and shortest periods recorded were 6.1 and 3.1 days for the egg stage, 22.7 … Anon, 1962. Entomologische Zeitschrift, Frankfurt am Main, 27(50):288-289. Control 10 18.54 ± 0.74* 10.30 ± 0.91* – – All the treatments showed statically significant compared with control, One way ANOVA, P<0.05 on feeding deterrence of Papilio demoleus, with various concentrations was analyzed using the programme SPSS 12. Journal of Maharashtra Agricultural Universities, 16(2):302-303. Hence, insect growth regulators could be a suitable choice to control pests. News of the Israeli Lepidopterists Society, 24(2):4-11. Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. by Bingham C T]. It is one of the serious pests of the lemon. Three parasitoids are known to parasitize Papilio demoleus larvae in India. Waterhouse D F, 1993. Waterhouse DF, 1981. Natural enemies of Papilio spp. There are large yellow marking and a series of yellow sub marginal spots on the upper side of both wings of this butterfly. Madras Agricultural Journal, 30(1):14-17. Papilio demoleus L., a well-known citrus pest in the Old World, is documented from eastern Dominican Republic on the Ca-ribbean island of Hispaniola. BIOLOGY AND CHEMICAL CONTROL OF CITRUS BUTTERFLY Papilio demoleus Linnaeus (Lepidoptera : Papilionidae) Publisher: ACHARYA N.G. This stage lasts from 8-19 days to a number of months, depending on whether the pupa diapauses. COrrelation : s~cies of cit+Us viz. In: Technical Document No. Detailed coverage of invasive species threatening livelihoods and the environment worldwide. Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 82(3):681. Seasonal incidence studies on P. demoleus were Prashanth Mohanraj, Veenakumari K, 1996. puparum Linnaeus were recorded on P. demoleus in crtrus 4th edn. Journal of Insect Science, 6(1):48-52, Singh YP; Gangwar SK, 1989. Host plants and host preference of lemon butterfly, Papilio demoleus Linn. Biological control of insect pest and disease of citrus ... and spiders. Entomologie et Phytopathologie Appliquées. 31 (2), 97-99. Key words: Entomopathogenic fungi, Isaria fumosorosea, Papilio demoleus, biological control. Insect Environment, 10(2):87. 85-89. http://www.doylegroup.harvard.edu/˜carlo/JRL/jrl.html. The control of Papilio demoleus with permethrin, cypermethrin and fenvalerate at 0.01%, decamethrin [deltamethrin] at 0.0025%, monocrotophos and oxydemeton-methyl at 0.05% and formothion at 0.04% was studied in a citrus nursery in Maharashtra, India, in kharif 1984. Rafi MA; Matin MA; Saghir SA, 1989. RANGA AGRICULTURAL UNIVERSITY, RAJENDRANAGAR, HYDERABAD, Professor Jayashankar Telangana State Agricultural University, Hyderabad, http://krishikosh.egranth.ac.in/handle/1/70837, Maintained and  © Copyright 2017 ICAR-IARI, New Delhi . http://www02.so-net.ne.jp/~jamides/jplist/jplist-e.html. Biological control. Eggs Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico. Philippine Entomologist, 1(3):251-257. Using Papilio xuthus larvae, we performed transcriptome comparisons to identify three camouflage pattern–associated homeobox genes [ clawless , abdominal-A , and Abdominal-B ( Abd-B )] that are up-regulated during the JH-sensitive period in a region-specific manner. © Copyright 2020 CAB International. Specimen record from the collection in the Natural History Museum (London, UK)., London, UK: Natural History Museum (London). Diseases and pests of economic plants of Burma. by Sewell R B S]. Papilios als Schädlinge der Agrumen. About this article . Larval instar durations are 3, 2, 3, 3, and 5 d for larval stages 1 to 5, respectively. It is a beautiful black yellow butterfly. Adults 135. More details of the biology of this species in India and Pakistan are given by Ghosh (1914), Mishra and Pandey (1965), Radke and Kandalkar (1988), Rafi et al., (1989), Singh and Gangwar (1989), and Goyle (1990). Bangkok, Thailand: Craftsman Press. Specimen record from the collection in the Natural History Museum (London, UK)., London, UK: Natural History Museum (London). edn. They are Apanteles (=Ooencyrtus) papilionis, Apanteles sp. Homziak NT; Homziak J, 2006. Watch Queue Queue. American Entomologist, 50(4):224-226. Discovery of Lime Swallow Tail Butterfly - Papilio demoleus. In: IPPC Official Pest Report, Rome, Italy: FAO. Common IFB; Waterhouse DF, 1981. fenvalerate > quinalphos > monocrotophos ~ endosulfan > Categorization of Papilio demoleus (PAPIDE) ... PM6 - Safe use of Biological Control; PM7 - Diagnostics; PM8 - Commodity-specific Phytosanitary Measures; PM9 - National Regulatory Control Systems; PM10 - Phytosanitary Treatments; Photos . population was almost nil in the months of November, Mishra SC; Pandey ND, 1965. APPPC, 1987. Morgun D V, Wiemers M, 2012. Patel M G, Sisodiya D B, Jhala R C, 2004. Schmetterlingsblütlern (Fabaceae) entwickeln. carbosulfan > ethion;;:;. These darken as the larva develops within, and hatch after 5-9 days. In the citrus orchard, the efficacy of nine 1.Introduction. Diapause potential in tropical papilionids (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae). Tong X, 1993. Development of Papilio Demoleus L. (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) Larvae 1 ... Keywords: Betulinic acid, Papilio demoleus, Ovarioles, Sterility, Biological control. The moth can develop up to 6 generations a year (Heppner 2006, Homziak and Homziak 2006). PDF | On Mar 28, 2020, Md Ruhul Amin and others published Biology of lemon butterfly Papilio demoleus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae): the effect of neem oil on food consumption. Host list of insects recorded in the South East Asia and Pacific Region, Citrus spp. The spherical, pale yellow eggs are laid singly on the upper surface of young leaves. 2006, Smith & Vane-Wright 2008, Mérit et al. Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. Dean GJ, 1978. Singh R; Kumar V, 1986. Segarra-Carmona A E, Cabrera-Asencio I, Flores-López L E, Morales-Collado L, 2010. Io C; ed, 1990. Proceedings and Transactions of the British Entomological and Natural History Society, 12(3/4):90-101. Lepidoptera: Rhopalocera of western Saudi Arabia. London, UK; Macmillan, xvi + 175pp. Butterflies and hawkmoths of Kuwait. Synthetic pyrethroids such as deltamethrin are highly effective for the control of P. demoleuslarvae. Watch Queue Queue. Three parasitoids are known to parasitize Papilio demoleus larvae in India. Twelve or more generations are possible under local citrus-growing conditions (Segarra-Carmona et al., 2010). PANS. Almost 100% mortality was achieved 24 h after treatment with permethrin, cypermethrin, fenvalerate, monocrotophos or deltamethrin. The greatest reduction of the pest population after 24 h was recorded with 0.07% endosulfan, followed by 0.2% carbaryl (87.3 and 81.9% mortality, resp. Technical Document, Food and Agriculture Organization, Plant Protection Committee for the Southeast Asia and Pacific Region, No 22, 1-9. https://www.ippc.int/IPP/En/default.jsp. The other insecticides, viz., quinalphos, monocrotophos, PKV Research Journal, 10(2):157-159. The Fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma. Control 10 18.54 ± 0.74* 10.30 ± 0.91* – – All the treatments showed statically significant compared with control, One way ANOVA, P<0.05 on feeding deterrence of Papilio demoleus, with various concentrations was analyzed using the programme SPSS 12. Studies on some species of the biology and ecology of the citrus butterfly Papilio demoleus L. Saudi Arabia. Growth and development of Papilio demoleus (L.) in relation to a wild host plant. Dividing neuroblasts have been found which form the adult neurones. Adult female laid eggs singly or in groups of two to five on the under surface of tender leaves and also on tender twigs. Distribution Maps of Plant Pests, No. Yunus M; Munir M, 1972. Studies on use of plant products for the control of lemon butterfly larvae. Papilio demoleus L., also known as the citrus butterfly or chequered swallowtail, is a common species in the Asia‐Pacific region, with two of its subspecies (P. d. demoleus and P. d. malayanus) posing significant threats to the citrus industry in Asia and other regions of the world. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society, 50(2):129-140. Goyle S, 1990. Kalshoven LGE; Laan PA van der (Reviser and translator), 1981. 54 (1-2), en pp. Reprints and Permissions. Subhankar Choudhuri, Amitava Konar, 2007. Aphanteles papilionis Vierek and a pupal parasite pteromalus HANSON HC, 1963. From old world Papilio demoleus is recognized with 6 species including; demoleus, libanius Fruhstorfer, malayanus Wallace, novoguineensis Rothschild, sthenelus Macleay and stenelinus Rothschild. These common names refer to their host plants, which are usually citrus species such as the cultivated lime.Unlike most swallowtail butterflies, it does not have a prominent tail. Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated b. CABI Compendium: Status as determined by CABI editor. Records from Sabah (Anon., 1962) require further investigation because this species appears to be extending its range. Papilio demoleus Linnaeus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) on Citrus limon (L.) osbeck Prashant P Patel, Snehal M Patel, HV Pandya and MH Amlani Abstract The biology of citrus butterfly was studied under laboratory conditions on lemon. Some bio-ecological features of citrus butterflies in south-east Iran. Biology of lemon butterfly, Papilio demoleus Linnaeus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) in Vidarbha. Papilio demoleus (the lime swallowtail) (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae), a potential pest of citrus, expanding its range in the Caribbean. Wan MTK, 1970. Papilio demoleus is a common and widespread swallowtail butterfly.The butterfly is also known as the lime butterfly, lemon butterfly, lime swallowtail, and chequered swallowtail. 1. One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. More information about modern web browsers can be found at http://browsehappy.com/. EPPO Global database. INTRODUCTION Two-thirds of today’s world population depends upon agriculture for livelihood, but nowadays, growth and production of agricultural crops are getting hampered day by day [1]. HANSON HC, 1963. Pakistan Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 32(1):36-38. Papilionidae and Danaidae., 1 Bangkok, Thailand: Viratham Press. Solunke BR; Deshpande SV, 1991. Host list of insects recorded in the South East Asia and Pacific Region, Citrus spp. RANGA AGRICULTURAL … Our present position with regard to the control of fruit pests. Pailionidae, Lepidoptera .Z. CABI, Undated. This was the first New World documentation of this Old World citrus pest (Guerrero et al., 2004). They are Apanteles (=Ooencyrtus) papili-onis, Apanteles sp. in citrus. Nachrichten der Entomologischen Verein Apollo, Suppl. 1. NHM, 1891. Papilio demoleus. pest populati6n and rainfall (r = -0.0862). Pinratana BA, 1977. http://www.eppo.int/DATABASES/pqr/pqr.htm. In: Entomologist's Record and Journal of Variation, 95 (9-10) 202-204. effective and gave 100 per cent kill upto 10 days after demoleinus Oberthür. Adult female laid eggs singly or in groups of two to five on the under surface of tender leaves and also on tender twigs. Proceedings and Transactions of the British Entomological and Natural History Society. Adult female laid eggs singly or in groups of two to five on the under surface of tender leaves and also on tender twigs. while a negative non-significant correlation was noticed In: Nachrichten der Entomologischen Verein Apollo, 1-28. Tong X, 1993. Mature larvae behave differently. 24 (2), 129-142. Biological Conservation. Tropical Lepidoptera Research. In India, Citrus butterfly is of common occurrence in Citrus orchards, nurseries and in kitchen gardens. In: Entomops, 42 37-38. Vagrants have occurred sporadically on various islands of the Ryukyu Archipelago, Japan (Matsuka, 2003). Butterflies of Australia, their identification, biology, and distribution, CSIRO Publishing , Collngwood, Victoria, Australia. 396. Occurrence of cytoplasmic polyhedrosis virus in citrus leaf caterpillar, Papilio demoleus L. (Papilionidae: Lepidoptera). Eckweiler W, Hofmann P, 1980. 78 (3), 215-221. 24 (2), 4-11. STUDIES ON SOME BIOLOGICAL AND ECOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF PAPILIO POLYTES L. (LEPIDOPTERA: PAPILIONIDAE) AND PAPILIO DEMOLEUS L. (LEPIDOPTERA: PAPILIONIDAE) ON RUTACEOUS HOST PLANTS by S U W A R N O Thesis submitted in fulfillment of requirements Canberra, Australia: ACIAR. Farid (1987) states that 30-86% of pupae are killed by this wasp. Development of Papilio Demoleus L. (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) Larvae 1 ... Keywords: Betulinic acid, Papilio demoleus, Ovarioles, Sterility, Biological control. Research and Development Reporter, 3(2):85-86, Singh SP, 1991. Underside ssp. maculatum (L.) DC. and fenvalerate at 0.001 per cent were found to be more Marsh JCS, 1960. Establishment of Papilio demoleus L. (Papilionidae) in Java. Checklist of Iranian butterflies. Pittaway AR, 1985. Butterflies (Lepidoptera) of Qatar, April-June, 1979. Ecologica Montenegrina. Entomops, 42:37-38. Wan MTK, 1970. P. demoleus confirmed in the Latakia Mountains of western Syria, with numerous later observations of the butterfly and its early stages in Citrus groves along the Mediterranean coast of Syria. carbaryl, phosalone, acephate, pirimiphos-methyl, fenitrothion, permethrin, etc. [ed. Smith C, 1990. In: Distribution Maps of Plant Pests, Wallingford, UK: CAB International. Memoirs, Department of Agriculture India Entomology Series V (I):1-71. In: Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 61 119-141. spraying. Papilio demoleus L. is considered among the most important pests of citrus trees in Saudi Arabia. [Distribution map]. Segarra-Carmona AE; Cabrera-Asencio I; Flores-López LE; Morales-Collado L, 2010. 1:1-28. spraying. The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula. The morphology of the larval and adult brain of Papilio demoleus, and changes in the cell population and neuropile morphology during the pupal period have been described. Journal of the Lepidopterists' Society. 87:17 pp. Original citation: Walker and Pittaway (1987), Established in most parishes and a minor pest in citrus nurseries, Original citation: Homziak Homziak (2006), Pest or symptoms usually visible to the naked eye, Stems (above ground)/Shoots/Trunks/Branches, GISD/IASPMR: Invasive Alien Species Pathway Management Resource and DAISIE European Invasive Alien Species Gateway. 1. In: Technical Document, Food and Agriculture Organization, Plant Protection Committee for the Southeast Asia and Pacific Region, 22 1-9. The egg is described e.g. Forsk olin is a diterpene extracted from the roots of of Papilio demoleus L (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae). Notes on the new range of some Asiatic papilionids in the Philippines [including Papilio demoleus L.]. Hangzhou, China: Zhejiang Science and Technology Publishers. Papilio demoleus sthenelus is found only in Australia and, along with the subspecies in Papua New Guinea, utilizes different host plants than the Asian and African subspecies. Evaluation of biopesticides against citrus butterfly, Papilio demoleus L. on sweet orange. Wallingford, UK: CAB International. P. demoleus is similar to the African species P. demodocus Esper from which it can be distinguished by the characteristic form of the blue and red eyespots on the hindwing as well as the … Watch Queue Queue Heydemann F, 1954. Use of fatty acids for the control ofPapilio demoleus L. ... Department of Biology Ramijas College, University of Delhi, Delhi-7, India. Dorsally, wings black with large yellow markings; main markings form an irregular broken bar running from the apex of the forewing to the mid-dorsum on the hindwing. 48 (1), 01.iii.2020: 20. The pest The larval stage generally lasts 15-26 days, depending on temperature. Insect Environment. Fauna of Saudi Arabia, 7:172-197, Radke SG; Kandalkar HG, 1986. Anatomy of the common lemon butterfly Papilio demoleus demoleus (L). The efficacy of insecticides ten days after Beitrag zur Lepidopteren-Fauna Afghanistans. Resumen. A study based on field survey data and on pertinent records, material, and reports. Proceedings of a Citrus Show-cum-Seminar on Prospects and Problems of Kinnow Cultivation, Ludhiana, India, 6-7 January, 1989 [edited by Gill, K.S. IPPC, 2006. In Puerto Rico, where it has recently been introduced, it has a life cycle of approximately 30 days. JM-3/1. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: United Selangor Press. Notes on the new range of some Asiatic Papilionids in the Philippines [including Papilio demoleus L. Philippine Entomology. It belongs to the family Papilionidae. Papilionidae : Papilioninae Papilio demoleus Linnaeus, 1758 Lime Swallowtail (Ciclo de vida y control de la mariposa asiática de los cítricos, Papilio demoleus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae), una nueva plaga invasiva en Puerto Rico.). A list of insects and other animals of economic importance of Sarawak, East Malaysia 1961-1970., Kuching, Malaysia: Department of Agriculture, Entomology Division. Insects found on economic plants other than rice in Laos. at o.os per cent were effective only upto fifth day after The mean times required for incubation, larval, and pupal stages were 3.24, 18.25, and 11.7 days, respectively. Extensive spread of P. demoleus in south-eastern Turkey and in regions adjacent to the north-eastern Mediterranean. Specimen record from the collection in the Natural History Museum (London, UK)., London, UK: Natural History Museum (London). Keeping in view their adverse effects on the environment and other non-targeted organisms here an attempt is made to review the histotical distribution, biology and biological management methods which are best suited to integrated pest management programme. Natural enemies of Papilio spp. Phegea. However, better control is likely to be found using an integrated approach to pest management, incorporating techniques such as biocontrol agents, microbial pesticides and phytopesticides, in conjunction with synthetic pesticides where required. Wallingford, UK: CABI. Zeitschrift der Wiener Entomologischen Gesellschaft. Citrus butterflies are distributed throughout the tropical and subtropical countries of Middle East, Southern and Southeast Asia (Minh et al., 2015). Larsen TB, 1977. Chemical control of lemon butterfly, Papilio demoleus Linnpus in Vidarbha. Biology and Ecology The preimaginal stages of P. demoleus have been well studied and documented. The isolates showed its potential in killing P. demoleus causing mortality of 72.23 and 61.90% at the end of … DOI:10.1016/0006-3207(95)00109-3. Journal of Entomological Research. Pittaway AR, 1980. Papilio demoleus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae): a new record for the United States, Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. The butterflies and hawk-moths of eastern Saudi Arabia. It has recently colonized Sarawak (Wan, 1970), Java (Matsumoto and Woro Noerdjito, 1996), Borneo (including Indonesian Kalimantan) and Bali, Indonesia (Matsumoto, 2002). Zeitschrift der Wiener Entomologischen Gesellschaft, 39:385-396, 412-428. orchard, ACHARYA N.G. Biology studies of citrus butterfly, Papilio demoleus L. were carried out on acid lime. Indian Journal of Horticulture, 48(3):237-242, Singh SP, 1993. Papilio demoleus tritt in der indoaustralischen Faunenregion häufig auf; er besiedelt dort tropische und subtropische Wälder, wo sich seine Raupe an Zitrusgewächsen (Rutaceae) bzw. 4th edn., Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia: United Selangor Press. Hong Kong Butterflies., Hong Kong, China: Shell Company of Hong Kong Ltd. Matsumoto K, 2002. Chatterrjee, H., J. Ghosh and S. K. Senapati 2000. Pupae Journal of the Andaman Science Association, 5(2):151-153. ACIAR Monograph No. Talbot G, 1939. 2006, Smith & Vane-Wright 2008, Mérit et al. Record of the egg parasite, Trichogramma chilonis on Papilio spp. Ghosh CC, 1914. Garraway E, Murphy C P, Allen G A, 2009. Details of pupal diapause are given by Singh (1993b) and Ishii (1987). Underside Mating pair Mating pair Other files . The control of Papilio demoleus with permethrin, cypermethrin and fenvalerate at 0.01%, decamethrin [deltamethrin] at 0.0025%, monocrotophos and oxydemeton-methyl at 0.05% and formothion at 0.04% was studied in a citrus nursery in Maharashtra, India, in kharif 1984. The major arthropod pests and weeds of agriculture in Southeast Asia. First New World documentation of an Old World citrus pest, the lime swallowtail Papilio demoleus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae), in the Dominican Republic (Hispaniola). Butterflies (Lepidoptera) of Qatar, April-June, 1979. maculatum (L.) DC. Narayanan K; Gopalakrishnan C, 1987. London, UK: Taylor & Francis. Talbot G, 1939. P. demoleus has now been reported from Puerto Rico (Homziak and Homziak, 2006) and, more recently, a December 2006 OPIS (Offshore Pest Information System) report helped to confirm new country detection of lime swallowtail in Jamaica (NAPPO, 2006; see http://www.pestalert.org/oprDetail.cfm?oprID=244). Occurrence of the lime swallowtail Papilio demoleus Linnaeus, 1758 (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) in western Cuba. and Bracon hebetor (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). Spraying of B. thuringiensis resulted in a 100% control of the pest population after 5 days of application, regardless of the concentration used (0.0025, 0.005 or 0.0075%). The pathogenic potential and catalytic triad conserved amino acids of the isolates Isaria fumosorosea (=Paecilomyces fumosoroseus) (Ifr1 and Ifr2) in response to Papilio demoleus was analysed. ; Raghbir Singh] Ludhiana, India; Punjab Agricultural University, 189-195. Matsumoto K; Woro Noerdjito A, 1996. Farid A, 1987. In: Technical Document, Food and Agriculture Organization, Plant Protection Committee for the Southeast Asia and Pacific Region, 17 pp. out of which synthetic pyrethroids decamethrin, cypermethrin Channa Basavanna GP, 1954. Mehta, R.C. The Butterflies of the Malay Peninsula. Butterfly fauna of Zhejiang. Subhankar Choudhuri; Amitava Konar, 2007. 1 +] v + 155 pp. The unmistakable yellow and black chequered adults (65-100 mm) generally emerge during the morning and are usually on the wing a few hours later, visiting low-growing flowers in sunny locations. EPPO, 2014. 2009, Morgun & Wiemers 2012). Papilio demoleus is a common and widespread swallowtail butterfly.The butterfly is also known as the lime butterfly, lemon butterfly, lime swallowtail, and chequered swallowtail. (1932) (Free full text download (first edition)). Bulletin of Entomology (New Delhi), 29(2):164-167, Rafi MA; Matin MA; Saghir SA, 1989. Dusting the trees with sodium fluosilicate or BHC 5% or spraying malathion, endosulfan, parathion, fentrothion 0.02% or lead arsenate 0.25% effectively controls the pests orchards. Butterflies Vol. NHM, 1918. The larvae is voracious feeder of green leaves and its colour resembles to leaf colour due to which we … 12 (3/4), 90-101. 48 (3), 237-242. Preliminary note on the range expansion of Papilio demoleus (Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) in south-eastern Turkey, and on the first documented arrival of this invasive species at the Mediterranean coast of Syria. RESEARCH FINDINGS AND ANALYSIS The extract andrographolide was applied on the leaf ;.sathgudi, Rangpur lime, Jambiri and an al.ternate host curry leaf plant (Muraya koenig!). Papilio demoleus, auch bekannt unter der englischen Bezeichnung Chequered Swallowtail (karierter Schwalbenschwanz), ist ein Schmetterling aus der Familie der Ritterfalter (Papilionidae). A list of insects and other animals of economic importance of Sarawak, East Malaysia 1961-1970. The Fauna of British India, including Ceylon and Burma. Papilio erithonius var. Studies on the biology, food consumption of larvae and mortality rate of this insect were carried out under laboratory conditions. The greatest reduction of the pest population after 24 h was recorded with 0.07% endosulfan, followed by … 10 (2), 87. Macleay, 1826; BioLib link: Papilio demoleus (Warning: different BioLib Id between wikidata 'Papilio demoleus' and wikicommons ) Promoted files . The larvae of P. demoleus have 5 stadia. UK, CAB International, 1979. In the parasitisation studies, a larval parasite A preliminary list of insects attacking economic plants in Singapore. Evaluation of biopesticides against citrus butterfly, Papilio demoleus L. on sweet orange. Chemical control of lemon butterfly, Papilio demoleus Linnpus in Vidarbha. In: Sewell RBS, ed. The specimens were not the strongly yellow Australian subspecies P. demoleus sthenelus, but resembled populations of P. demoleus malayanus from South-East Asia. Apanteles lunatus and Pteromalus puparum are natural enemies of larvae and pupae on Papilio demoleus as observed in citrus orchards of Nepal. Radke SG; Kandalkar HG, 1988. Butterflies in Thailand Vol. Garraway E; Murphy CP; Allen GA, 2009. Journal of Research on the Lepidoptera. Pupae, which are formed under leaves or on twigs near the feeding site, may be either brown or green depending on the colour of the substrate. Penultimate and last instar larvae of the common citrus swallowtail butterfly, Papilio demoleus L. (Papilionidae: Lepidoptera), were treated with different doses of a novel juvenoid, diofenolan. 19 (1), 58-59. http://troplep.org, Guerrero K A, Veloz D, Boyce S L, Farrell B D, 2004. : a host of lemon butterfly, Papilio demoleus Linnaeus. In: Bingham CT, ed. Papilio demoleus pictus Fruhstorfer, 1898; Papilio sthenelus W.S. In March 2004 P. demoleus was discovered in the Dominican Republic on the Caribbean island of Hispaniola in an area commonly known as 'Hoyo Azul' (18°33.528'N, 68°26.807'W) located in the municipality of El Veron, Higuey Province. First New World documentation of an Old World Citrus pest. 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