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New found of overwintering gall mites carried byadult Poratrioza sinica
Author of the article:WU Peng-Xiang1, 2 XU Jing1 ZHANG Rong3 HE Jia3 ZHANG Run-Zhi1**
Author's Workplace:1. Institute of Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101, China; 2. University of Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100049; 3. Institute of Plant Protection, Ningxia Academy of Agro-Forestry Sciences, Yinchuan 750002, China
Key Words:Lycium chinense Miller, gall mite, Aceria pallida Kefer, Aculops lycii Kuang, Poratrioza sinica Yang et Li, overwinter way
Abstract:

      Over years, the gall mites infested Lycium chinense Miller has been reported overwinter in tree crevices and shoots. Recently, we have found a new way that the overwintering gall mites carried by adult Paratrioza sinica Yang et Li in Zhongning, Ningxia. Many gall mites are mainly living within the seam between hind coaxes and abdomen of P. sinica adults. Preliminary findings show that male and female adults of overwintering P. sinica have carried with an average of 2 to 3 gall mites, and a maximum up to 30. If carried by adult P. sinica were the main overwinter way of gall mites, the management of overwintering P. sinica would be an important way to control gall mites.

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