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Reis, P.R., Chiavegato, L.G., Alves, E.B. and Sousa, E.O. (2000) ácaros da família Phytoseiidae associados aos citros no município de Lavras, Sul de Minas Gerais. Anais da Sociedade Entomológica do Brasil, 29, 95-104.
http://dx.doi.org/10.1590/S0301-80592000000100012

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  • TITLE: CyazypyrTM Selectivity for Three Species of Phytoseiid for Coffee and Other Relevant Agricultural Crops in Brazil

    AUTHORS: Paulo Rebelles Reis, Melissa Alves Toledo, Fábio M. Andrade Silva

    KEYWORDS: Agricultural Acarology; Cyantraniliprole; Coffea arabica; Citrus sinensis; Predaceous Mites

    JOURNAL NAME: Agricultural Sciences, Vol.5 No.4, March 20, 2014

    ABSTRACT: Mites belonging to the family Phytoseiidae are the most important and most widely studied among predatory mites of phytophagous mites. The phytophagous mites Brevipalpus phoenicis (Geijskes, 1939) (Tenuipalpidae) and Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor, 1917) (Tetranychidae) on coffee (Coffea spp.), are frequently found in combination with the predaceous mites Iphiseiodes zuluagai Denmark & Muma, 1972; Euseius alatus DeLeon, 1966 and Amblyseius herbicolus (Chant, 1959) (Acari: Phytoseiidae), among others. The purpose of this research was to study the effects of the product CyazypyrTM (cyantraniliprole 100 OD) on these three species of Phytoseiidae, relevant to coffee, citrus and other agricultural crops in Brazil, following standard laboratory procedures. Mated female mites were exposed to fresh-dried residues on a glass surface, with 8 treatments, 5 mites per glass plate and 6 replicates, in a completely randomized experimental design. Each test lasted eight days, with a daily count of the surviving females and of eggs laid. CyazypyrTM, in all tested doses (75, 100, 125, 150, 175 and 200 g a.i./ha), was selective for the studied species, A. herbicolus, I. zuluagai, and E. alatus. Overall the treatments resulted in low mortality rates and negligible impact on the reproduction. Therefore, based on IOBC standards, CyazypyrTMcan be classified as not harmful (class 1) or slightly harmful (class 2), comparable to the agrochemical TalentoTM (hexythiazox 500 WP-12 g a.i./ha) equivalent to a harmless standard of selectivity in the laboratory. CyazypyrTM is therefore a complement to programs of integrated pest management, to preserve the populations of predatory mites in crops of coffee and citrus, among others, in Brazil.