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EENY-006/IN132: Eastern Lubber Grasshopper, Romalea microptera (Beauvois) (= guttata (Houttuyn)) (Insecta: Orthoptera: Acrididae)
... Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, ... The wings offer little help with mobility for they are rarely more than half the length of the abdomen. ... Nymphs. The immature eastern ... more details
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Given their limited mobility, nymphs are considered ... Texas New Mexico Arizona Louisiana Oklahoma Alabama N. Carolina California Florida S ... more details
Impact of the cotton plant tricome on the cotton leafwormAlabama argillacea (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) and his predator Podisus nigrispinus (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) - OpenThesis
The impact of cotton plant trichomes on the cotton leafworm Alabama argillacea ... the mobility of P. nigrispinus nymphs in cotton plants with high and low trichome ... more details
ACES Publications : SOIL INSECT PESTS OF PEANUTS IN ALABAMA : ANR-1351
The Alabama Cooperative Extension System operates as the primary outreach organization for the land-grant ... nymph); very commonly, the ... excellent mobility and host finding ... more details
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Nymphs or Crawlers The newly ... Early detection of ACP nymphs in citrus trees is important because the insect has high reproductive capacity and mobility ... The Alabama Cooperative ... more details
How to Kill Grasshoppers | eHow.com
They are also very difficult to control due to their high mobility. ... Although the protozoan is most effective against nymphs, it works with adult grasshoppers as ... more details
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Given their limi ted mobility, nymphs are ... Georgia 40 85 Texas 36 75 New Mexico 46 65 Arizona 12 21 Louisiana 19 12 Oklahoma 14 20 Alabama 6 9.5 N. Carolina 0.6 0.1 ... more details
2011_July_Grasshoppers
... Alabama, Mississippi, ... The wings offer little help with mobility for they are rarely more than half the length of the abdomen. This species ... Nymphs. The immature eastern ... more details
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