DICHLORVOS AND PHOSPHAMIDON INDUCED TOXCITY AGAINST ONTOGENY OF RICE MOTH CORCYRA CEPHALONICA STAINT. (LEPIDOPTERA : PYRALIDAE)

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S.K. TIWARI
R.S. BHATT

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Larvicidal and pupicidal effects of dichlorvos and phosphamidon (O.P. compounds) were made on the third instar larval stages of Corcyra cephalonica Staint. The results revealed that diet containing 0.018% (a.i.) V/w of dichlorvos and 0.02% (a.i.) v/w of phosphamidon caused 100% larval mortality indicating absolute toxicity to the pest. Dichlorvos is slightly more toxic in comparison to phosphamidon.

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TIWARI, S., & BHATT, R. (2000). DICHLORVOS AND PHOSPHAMIDON INDUCED TOXCITY AGAINST ONTOGENY OF RICE MOTH CORCYRA CEPHALONICA STAINT. (LEPIDOPTERA : PYRALIDAE). UTTAR PRADESH JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY, (1), 37-40. Retrieved from https://www.mbimph.com/index.php/UPJOZ/article/view/337
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