Base Elements

Biogeographic Zone

All over India

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References

Lingappa, S., K.S. Brar and D.N. Yadav. 2001. Augmentative Biological control within cotton IPM-Indian Scenario. In: Singh, S.P., S.T. Murphy and C.R. Ballal (Eds.) Augmentative Biocontrol, Proceedings of the ICAR-CABI Workshop (June 29- July 1, 2000). CABI Bioscience, UK & PDBC (ICAR), India. 57-91pp.

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Remarks

A predator in cotton ecosystem

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Host Plant

All agricultural crops especially cotton,potatoetc

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Description

Diagnostic Characters

mostly yellowish, gray, or dull brown, measure about 10 mm (2/5 inch) in length, and have elongated heads and long antennae.

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Habitat Location Distribution

Habit & Habitat

Damsel bugs are common on many plants including row and tree crops where they prey upon thrips, mites, aphids, other bugs, small caterpillars, and leafhoppers.

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