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Biologi Diachasmimorpha Longica Udata (Ashmead) (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) Parasitoid Larva Lalatbuah
Pengarang : Achmad Nasroh Kuswadi
Jurnal : Jurnal Perlindungan Tanaman Indonesia (Indonesian, Journal of Plant Protection) 2007, XIII(1)
Tahun : 2007
Summary / Kata Kunci : Biology ofD.longicaudata, larval parasitoid of Bact roc era cambolae (Drew & Hancock) fruit fly was studied in the laboratoty. Observation on ten pairs of
adults, each pair confined in a laboratory cage, provided with third instar lavae ofB. carambolae as their host, showed that the wasps mated 6 - 14 days after they emerged. They mated 2 - 5 times in their life time. Female wasps laid eggs until 18 days old, 1 - 6 eggs per day, with the average number of 58 eggs. Unmated female was able to lay viable eggs (parthenogenesis) that grew to male parasitoids
(arrhenotoky). The life cycle ofD.longicaudata extended within 16 - 22 days. The eggs hatched 1-2 days after oviposition. Duration of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th instar larvae and the pupal stage were 1 - 2 days, 2 - 3 days, 3 - 4 days, 4 - 6 days, dan 4 - 5 days, respectively. First instar larvae was an active life stage, living in the third instar larvae of the host, while the following 2nd - 4th instar were inactive,
living in the pupae of the host. Adult parasitoid emerged from the puparium of host. In general, male wasp emerged 2 - 5 days earlier than the female.

Keywords: Parasitoid, Diachasmimorpha longicaudata, fruit fly, parthenogen.
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