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Pupation takes place in a silken cocoon in the soil. 11). Damage: This is one of the most important pests of cole crops. It can destroy a crop of cabbage or cauliflower unless timely control measures are taken. , Palexorista inconspicuoides, and P. , Eriborus argenteopilosus, and Bleparipa (= Sturmia) sp. from Indonesia (Shepard and Barrion, 1998) have been recorded on C. pavonana. A predatory bug, Eocanthecona furcellata, was also reported from India. Fig. 8. Adult of Crocidolomia pavonana Fig.
It can destroy a crop of cabbage or cauliflower unless timely control measures are taken. , Palexorista inconspicuoides, and P. , Eriborus argenteopilosus, and Bleparipa (= Sturmia) sp. from Indonesia (Shepard and Barrion, 1998) have been recorded on C. pavonana. A predatory bug, Eocanthecona furcellata, was also reported from India. Fig. 8. Adult of Crocidolomia pavonana Fig. 9. Egg mass of Crocidolomia pavonana Pests of Cabbage and other Crucifers Fig. 10. Larvae of Crocidolomia pavonana 19 Fig.
Common name: Eggplant budworm Scientific name: Scrobipalpa blapsigona Meyrick Order: Lepidoptera Family: Gelechidae Distribution: South Asia, Africa Life cycle: The adult is a small brown moth with fringed wings, and the larva is white with a pink tinge. Damage: Shriveling and dropping of buds Natural enemies: None reported. Other major pests are: Melon thrips, Thrips palmi (See Pests of Cucurbits) Sweet potato whitefly, Bemisia tabaci (See Pests of Okra) Garden looper Chrysodeixis chalcites (See Pests of Beans) Other pests reported from diﬀerent regions are: ash weevils, Myllocerus subfasciatus, Myllocerus discolor, Myllocerus viridanus, Myllocerus maculosus (Coleoptera: Curculionidae); brown leafhopper, Hishimonus phycitis (Distant) (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae); blister beetle, Mylabris pustulata Thunberg (Coleoptera: Meloidae).