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Diabrotica virgifera virgifera(DIABVI)

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Cucurbit fruit attacked by adults of D. virgifera virgifera.

Courtesy: Dr H. Hummel, Justus-Liebig-University of Goettingen, Giessen (DE).

Larvae.

Courtesy: R.C. Edwards - Perdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana (US).

Adult feed on the maize silks.

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE).

Leaf damage caused by adults of D. virgifera virgifera.

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE).

Damage of root pruning by larvae.

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE).

Damage of D. virgifera (lodged maize).

Courtesy: R.C. Edwards - Perdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana (US).

Reduced seed set due to adult maize silk and pollen feeding.

Courtesy: R.C. Edwards - Perdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana (US).

Aerial treatment against Diabrotica virgifera virgifera.

Courtesy: Benjamin Genton, SRPV Ile de France, Rungis (FR).

Maize root system damaged by D. virgifera (left). Right: little to no visible damage.

Courtesy: R.C. Edwards - Perdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana (US).

Adult of D. virgifera virgifera.

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE).

Aerial treatment against Diabrotica virgifera virgifera.

Courtesy: Benjamin Genton, SRPV Ile de France, Rungis (FR).

Larvae of D. virgifera virgifera.

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE).

Aerial treatment against Diabrotica virgifera virgifera.

Courtesy: Benjamin Genton, SRPV Ile de France, Rungis (FR).

Aerial treatment against Diabrotica virgifera virgifera.

Courtesy: Benjamin Genton, SRPV Ile de France, Rungis (FR).

Adult of Diabrotica virgifera.

Courtesy: R.C. Edwards - Perdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana (US).

Root pruning

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Eggs

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Third larval instar

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Larvae feeding on roots

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Adult

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Adults caught on a sex pheromone trap

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Femur

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Severe damage

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Aedeagus

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Adult female

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Adults feeding on maize silks

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Adult

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Root pruning

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Larva beside damaged roots

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Adult on a maize leaf

Courtesy: Peter Baufeld, JKI, Kleinmachnow (DE)

Lodged maize field

Courtesy: Ejup Çota - Faculty of Agriculture and Environment Agricultural University of Tirana, Albania

Larvae

Courtesy: Ejup Çota - Faculty of Agriculture and Environment Agricultural University of Tirana, Albania

Adult

Courtesy: Ejup Çota - Faculty of Agriculture and Environment Agricultural University of Tirana, Albania

Damaged maize root system

Courtesy: Ejup Çota - Faculty of Agriculture and Environment Agricultural University of Tirana, Albania