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Snout beetle (or true weevil), a special kind of coleoptera. This beetle is from the Curculionidae's family.
This family has a wide diversity of morphologies, each one adapted to its habitat. 🌿🔎
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#beauty #nature #biology #biologist #entomology #zoology #coleoptera ...
This is a cuckoo wasp (Hymenoptera: Chrysididae). It looks like its body is smeared with metallic powder.
What is it that provides these colours to this awesome wasp's body?
Well, the answer is some specific PIGMENTS, which are in the ...
Fineness in nature. Dragonflies are excellent flying animals. It's awesome how their wings work. You imagine if their wing mechanism is so perfect they can fly in vertical, both up and down, remain static, fly sideways, and even fly backwards. ...
Look at this wing. It's awesome how nature can create this beautiful pattern. First time I saw it, I freaked out and understood where humans get inspiration. Just contemplating nature, you can inspire yourself. All around us (structures, shapes, mechanisms ...
On biodiversity's knowledge lives the ecological systems' understanding.
We must conserve biodiversity not only for the benefits it can provide us or the losses it can cause us its damage, but also because species have value in themselves.
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Found this HUGE guy in the garden! Years of no pesticides and investing in bio control paying off. #pobblebonk #banjofrog #limnodynastes #dumerilii @bugsforbugs #fortallendale #ouryardrocks #australiannative #urbangardenersrepublic #biologicalcontrol
At lab, through my binocular loupe, I can appreciate some structures and shapes that at first glance I could never see in nature, like this beautiful one. Finding out this little nature could be so awesome.
I'm in love with ...
"Through a binocular loupe", is a different way to share little wilderness.
My name is Ariadna, and I'm currently doing my PhD in Entomology, Biodiversity and Agroecology applied at Conservation Biological Control in vineyards. The creation of this account is ...
When we talk to you about nature experts in Chile, it's serious. Come with us to know and experience the deep Chile. In the photo our friend Sergio agronomist with an owl (Tucuquere) of falconry (biological control) in the bay ...
Check your vines thoroughly for #mealybugs #mealybug populations usually explode this time of year. Rather use natural predators to protect your vines instead of chemicals! #mealybugdestroyer #biologicalwarfare #biologicalcontrol
Chilean Myotis (Myotis chiloensis). It is among the most common and widespread Chilean bats, occurring from the northern desert to the southern rainforest. Endemic to Chile and Argentina.

#murcielago #murciélagosdechile #batsofchile #chileanbats #fauna #faunachilena #vineyards #biologicalcontrol #batroost #southamerica #biodiversidad #biodiversity ...
@Regranned from @macrisfilippi - Silicato de Ca e Mg para o controle de brasone foliar. Fazenda Agroecológica da Embrapa Arroz e Feijao
#controlebiologico #biocontrole #pesquisa #research #doutorado #biologicalcontrol #fazendaagroecologica #brusone #leafblast
#arroz #silicio #oryzasativa #embrapa #embrapaarrozefeijao #agroecologia #agroecology #bacterias #agronomia ...
Fidelerde Kök Çürüklüğüne neden olan Rhizoctonia solani’ye(solda) karşı biyolojik mücadelede (hiperparatizme örnektir) kullanılabilen Trichoderma(sağda) fungusu.
thank you for post @nicolas.scandolo
#plantprotection #biologicalcontrol #phytopathology #mycology
When you get new strains, quarantine with the little help from your tiny friends. #ladybuglove -
One of the major advantages of having ladybugs in your garden is to have a base population that will respond to harmful insects moving ...
Woody and Jeremy pick out cabbage moth caterpillars out of the turnip patch before lunch. Mmm, the chooks lunch that is. #neopeasant #permaculture #vegetables #producegarden #homegarden #treeelbow #truespring #biointensive #foodecology #biologicalcontrol #postcapitalism
BIOCOMES - A public-private partnership for new biological control products The EU project BIOCOMES has developed new biological control products for agricultural and horticultural crops and forestry. A public-private partnership of fourteen research institutes and...
Biological control of sciarid flies - Steinernema feltiae Sciarid flies can cause damage to cuttings and other young growing plant material. They are key pest in the cultivation of mushrooms. Sciarid flies cause indirect damage by spreading mites,...
What is biological control? The EU project BIOCOMES is currently developing 11 new biological products to control pests and diseases in agriculture, horticulture and forestry. Alongside new technologies for the production...
Biological control of Tuta absoluta - Nesidiocoris tenuis The predatory bug Nesidiocoris controls different kind of pests. It is an effective natural enemy against Tuta absoluta. Nesidiocoris eats the eggs and all larval stages of Tuta absoluta, although...
Biological control of Tuta absoluta - Macrolophus pygmaeus The predatory bug Macrolophus pygmaeus has a varied diet. While it shows a preference for whitefly it is also very effective against Tuta absoluta. Macrolophus eats the eggs and all larval...
Biological control of thrips - Steinernema feltiae Nematodes, also known as roundworms, can parasitize a wide range of insect pests. There are various species and strains, all with great differences in efficacy. The nematode Steinernema feltiae...
Biological control of spider mite - Phytoseiulus persimilis The predatory mite Phytoseiulus persimilis is an effective natural enemy of spider mite. Koppert was the first company that introduced this natural enemy. The adult predatory mite feeds on...
Biological control of black vine weevil - Heterorhabditis bacteriophora Nematodes, also known as roundworms, can parasitize a wide range of insect pests. There are various species and strains, all with great differences in efficacy. The nematode Heterorhabditis...
Biological control of thrips - Orius laevigatus The predatory bug Orius laevigatus is the most widely used Orius species for the biological control of thrips. Under normal conditions the females consume around 12 thrips a day. The bug sucks...
Biological control of thrips - Amblydromalus limonicus Amblydromalus limonicus is widely used for the biological control of thrips. It is capable of controlling high infestations quickly and effectively due to its great reproductive capacity. Limonicus...

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