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Helicoverpa armigera(HELIAR)

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Carnation flower heads damaged by H. armigera, showing petals eaten away and entry holes of larvae.

Courtesy: Central Science Laboratory, York (GB) - British Crown.

French beans attacked by Helicoverpa armigera. Note the larvae within the bean.

Courtesy: SRPV, Ile de France (FR).

Imago of H. armigera.

Courtesy: W. Billen - Pflanzenbeschaustelle, Weil am Rhein (DE).

Larva of H. armigera in tomato fruit.

Courtesy: Central Science Laboratory, York (GB) - British Crown.

Differentiation of larva by the form of thorns on larval skin: larval skin of H. armigera (13th body segment).

Courtesy: W. Billen - Pflanzenbeschaustelle, Weil am Rhein (DE).

Larva of H. armigera.

Courtesy: W. Billen - Pflanzenbeschaustelle, Weil am Rhein (DE).

Genital organs (male) of H. armigera (female genital organs are not suitable for exact determination).

Courtesy: W. Billen - Pflanzenbeschaustelle, Weil am Rhein (DE).

Larva of H. armigera.

Courtesy: W. Billen - Pflanzenbeschaustelle, Weil am Rhein (DE).

Genital organs (male) of Chloridea (Heliothis) virescens (above) and H. armigera (below). Note: good differentiation: H. armigera with cornuti (14) at Aedoaegus - H. virescens without cornuti at Aedoaegus.

Courtesy: W. Billen - Pflanzenbeschaustelle, Weil am Rhein (DE).

Imago of H. armigera (above) and Chloridea (Heliothis) virescens (below).

Courtesy: W. Billen - Pflanzenbeschaustelle, Weil am Rhein (DE).

Larva feeding on a seedling.

Courtesy: Regina Sugayama

Larva feeding on a seedling.

Courtesy: Regina Sugayama

Adult - photographed at the Department of Entomology, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Courtesy: Regina Sugayama

Adult - photographed at the Department of Entomology, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Courtesy: Regina Sugayama

Larva feeding on a seedling.

Courtesy: Regina Sugayama

Adult - photographed at the Department of Entomology, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil

Courtesy: Regina Sugayama

Helicoverpa armigera on Capsicum sp.

Courtesy: Sandy Rajon - Julian Rodriguez, BIP Roissy CDG (FR)