FLORA AND FAUNA ISSN 2456-9364(Online) 0971-6920(Print)
         
2016 Vol.22 No.1 PP 101-104
BIODIVERSITY AND DISTRIBUTION PATTERN OF APHIDIPHAGOUS ENDAPHIS APHIDIMYZA (CECIDOMYIIDAE: DIPTERA)
*MANOJ KUMAR AND RAMESH CHANDRA
Department of Biological Sciences,
Mahatma Gandhi Chitrakoot Gramodaya University, CHITRAKOOT, SATNA (MP)
*Corresponding Author
E-mail: manoj.150378@gmail.com
ABSTRACT
In the present work four districts of Chitrkoot Dham region as well as nearby villages of Parbhani districts Maharashtra were surveyed to search the above endoparasitoid gall midge. No stage of Endaphis aphidimyza was seen in samples of the collections in Chitrakoot Dham region while the other natural enemies of aphids like syrphids, coccinellids and lace wings were recorded. Various ecological factors are responsible for the distribution of this gall midge.

Key words : Biological control, Cecidomyiid, Endoparasitoids, Gall midge, Safflower.
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