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Potential distribution of two wheat pests, Agriphila aeneociliella and A. vulgivagella, in China
Author of the article:JI Ying-Chao1, 2 QIN Meng3 WU Li-Feng3 CHEN Xiao-Long3 ZHANG Run-Zhi1**
Author's Workplace:(1. Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, China; 2. College of Plant Protection, Shandong Agricultural University, Taian 271018, China;
Key Words:Agriphila aeneociliella (Eversmann), Agriphila vulgivagella (Clemens), wheat, pest, potential distribution area

 [Objectives]  The insect Agriphila aeneociliella (Eversmann)] is a new pest of wheat crops that has appeared in Shandong and Shanxi Provinces in the past a few years. Another species in the same genus Agriphila Hübner, A. vulgivagella (Clemens) is also a pest of wheat and rye crops in the US and Canada. Their possibly damage areas in China is essential to wheat production. [Methods]  Based on actual happens and biological characters, their potential distribution areas in China were analyzed by using of CLIMEX model. [Results]  CLIMEX model analysis indicates that the EI values of both species are > 20 in most of China’s main wheat production areas. [Conclusion]  It is important to both limit the spread of A. aeneociliella and prevent the introduction of A. vulgivagella through effective quarantine measures.

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