Corresponds to a report on the basis of at least one observation proved within a period of 10 years 20 years for little-known invertebrates preceding the year and no presumption of extinction since obtaining the last data nor doubt on reproductive and implemented nature of this population. For migratory species, the presence indicated concerns areas of reproduction. This status is based on one or more of the following criteria: search of species incomplete but presence of supportive environments; ecology of the species consistent with the hypothesis of his presence; the last reliable sighting is older than 10 years compared to the reference date, no recent specific research and no presumption of extinction from that date [vertebrates, invertebrates and plants well studied rhopalocera, grasshoppers, dragonflies This point covers the absence, more difficult by nature to demonstrate than presence. This status is based on one or more of the following criteria: intensive but unsuccessful targeted research; lack of adequate environments; unobserved species while its presence is easily detected; unlikely presence for historical or biogeographical reasons. This status must be assigned to a department in which the presence of the species is casual.
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Wilcox 1 reports that no parasites or predators of C. Since Soyer's paper, there appear to be no other references to the insects which attack C. Wilcox, F. Royal Agricultural Society of Egypt, Google Scholar.
Soyer, D. Download references. Reprints and Permissions. A Predator on Creontiades pallidus , Ramb.. Nature , Download citation. Issue Date : 16 May By submitting a comment you agree to abide by our Terms and Community Guidelines.
If you find something abusive or that does not comply with our terms or guidelines please flag it as inappropriate. Advanced search. Skip to main content. Register your interest. Abstract THE mirid Creontiades pallidus is widely distributed throughout the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan; it is also recorded from Egypt and the Belgian Congo, where in both places it is a pest of cotton.
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Creontiades pallidus (Rambur, 1839)
Morphology : Body mostly greenish with some reddish markings, legs and antennae reddish. Hosts and prey : Creontiades pallidus is an omnivore , feeding on plants, available small insects and their eggs. Host plants include alfalfa Medicago sativa L. Life history : Creontiades pallidus is active from April to the autumn, raising several generations. When alfalfa and cotton are grown in proximity, the pest initially attacks the former crop, later moving onto cotton.