Sublethal effects of toxaphene on daphnids, scuds, and midges

by Herman O Sanders

Publisher: Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Publisher: Available to the public through the National Technical Information Service in Duluth, Springfield, Va

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  • Insecticides -- Toxicology,
  • Aquatic insects,
  • Aquatic invertebrates

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Lethal and sublethal effects of spinosad-based GF bait on the tephritid parasitoid Diachasmimorpha longicaudata (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) Lia Ruiz a, Salvador Flores a, Jorge Cancino a, Jose´ Arredondo a, Javier Valle b Francisco Dı´az-Fleischer c, Trevor Williams d,* a Programa MOSCAMED-MOSCAFRUT, Central Ponie Tapachula, Chiapas , Mexico b ECOSUR, Aptdo Postal Mean toxaphene (ppb) in lake trout/walleye from through Click to open larger map. Toxaphene is a synthetic pesticide that was banned in the United States in Decreases in Toxaphene concentrations have been observed throughout the Great Lakes in all media following its ban in the mids. Interest for insect farming is currently growing globally. Conditions in West Africa appear suitable for developing such farming systems that can benefit communities by improving livelihoods, food and feed security or sanitation. In Ghana and Mali, the Black Soldier Fly (Hermetia illucens Linnaeus, ) is being produced for waste recycling and animal feed. not been previously explored. These aquatic midges can cause severe nuisance and substantial economic losses as well as human allergies in many situations worldwide (Ali , Cransron ). Reported here is the efficacy of Agnique MMF applied at 3 rates of treatment against chironomid midges in man-made earthen ponds.

  Short-Term Daily Emergence of Adult Midges (Diptera: Chironomidae) from a Natural Lake and an Artificial Reservoir1 Arshad Ali University of Florida, IFAS, Agricultural Research and Education Center, P.O. Box , Sanford, Florida Cited by: 2. Phone Toll-free. Information on this website is available in alternative formats upon request. Full text of "Proceedings of the third USA-USSR symposium on the effects of pollutants upon aquatic ecosystems" See other formats. Lethal and Sublethal Responses of an Aquatic Insect Culex quinquefasciatus (Diptera: Culicidae) Challenged with Individual and Joint Exposure to Dissolved Sodium Selenate and Methylmercury Chloride Peter D. Jensen,1 Mary A. Sorensen,2 William E. Walton,2 John T. Trumble2 1Department of Entomology, University of Maryland, College Park, Maryland, USA.

The diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (L.) (Lepidoptera, Plutellidae), is the most important pest of crucifers in central parts of Iran. To struggle for control of this pest farmers use chemical pesticides more than 12 times in a crop cycle in Isfahan province (central Iran); such the overuse of pesticides, however, not only is useless in control of P. xylostella, but it also destroy the Cited by: 1. Midges, of one species or another, hatch out every day of the year unless the lake is frozen over. This means that even though the winter hatches aren't very big they do provide food for the fish during the lean seasons. Some scientist types even believe that trout couldn't exist in lakes if this order of insect were to suddently disappear. A new genus and two new species of Pterostichini from China, with “sphodrine-like” parameres (Coleoptera, Carabidae) Borislav Guéorguiev1, Riccardo Sciaky2 1 National Museum of Natural History, 1 Blvd. Tzar Osvoboditel, Sofia, Bulgaria 2 Via Fia Milano, ItalyAuthor: Borislav Gueorguiev, Riccardo Sciaky. Toxaphene is an insecticide that has been identified as a pollutant in the Great Lakes ecosystem. To investigate the effect of toxaphene exposure on animals, groups of rats were given toxaphene in their diet. The article “Reproduction Study of Toxaphene in the Rat” (J. of Environ. Sci.

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Jr, Mauck, W.L.,Accumulation and sublethal effects of a Wyoming crude oil in cutthroat trout: Transactions of the American Fisheries SocietySublethal effects of toxaphene on daphnids, scuds, and midges: U.S. EPA, Duluth, MN. (EPA/)p. Toxaphene Hazard Summary Toxaphene was a widely used pesticide on cotton, other crops, and in livestock and poultry.

Inmost of its uses were cancelled and inall uses were cancelled in the United States. The major effect of toxaphene is central nervous system (CNS) stimulation, which results in convulsive seizures.

Sublethal effects of larval exposure to indoxacarb on reproductive activities of the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (L.) were studied. The third instar male and female larvae of the diamondback moth were fed with collard leaves dipped with a lethal dose of 20% mortality of indoxacarb in order to determine its impact on reproductive activities of adult by:   Sanders, H.O.

Sublethal effects of toxaphene on Daphnids, scuds, and midges. Minnesota Environmental Research Laboratory: EPA/ Cited by:   Toxaphene is an insecticide which is currently banned for all uses in the United States. Breathing, eating, or drinking high levels of toxaphene could damage the lungs, nervous system, and kidneys, and can even cause death.

Toxaphene has been found in at least 58 of the 1, National Priorities List sites identified by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Abstract. Sublethal effects of three pesticides including atrazine (triazine herbicide), DDT (organochlorinated insecticide), and chlorpyrifos (organophosphate insecticide) on acetylcholinesterase (AChE), general esterase (GE), glutathione S-transferase (GST), and cytochrome P monooxygenase (P) activities were evaluated in the aquatic midge Chironomus by: And midges book Research Laboratory (Duluth, Minn.): Sublethal effects of toxaphene on daphnids, scuds, and midges / (Duluth: Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S.

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Sanders HO () Sublethal effects of toxaphene on daphnids, scuds, and midges. US Environmental Protection Agency, Publ EPA/, Duluth, MN, 17 pp Sanders HO, Hunn JB, Robinson-Wilson E, Mayer FL, Jr () Toxicity of seven potential polychlorinated biphenyl substitutes to algae and aquatic by:   Abstract.

Abstract Effects of hexaflumuron at 10% lethal concentration (LC 10) and LC 25 on development and reproduction parameters of the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (Linnaeus, ) (Lep.: Yponomeutidae) were investigated.

Estimated LC 50, LC 10 and LC 25 values of leaf dip bioassay of hexaflumuron on the third instar larvae of the P. xylostella wereand mg/L. The effects of sublethal concentrations of spinosad applied for 48 h at LC 25 ( mg L −1) and LC 50 ( mg L −1) on the biological characteristics of the diamondback moth, Plutella xylostella (Lepidoptera: Yponomeutidae), were investigated.

The characteristics studied including development time, pupation rate, pupal weight, fecundity, fertility, larval weight and survival rate in the Cited by: EPA-R April ENVIRONMENTAL EFFECTS ON TOXAPHENE TOXICITY TO SELECTED FISHES AND CRUSTACEANS By Walter R.

Courtenay, Jr. Morris H. Roberts, Jr. Contract No. Project DLR Dr. Roy J. Irwin Office of Permit Programs Environmental Protection Agency Washington, D.C. Prepared for OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND MONITORING U.S. Lethal and sublethal effects of cycloxaprid, a novel cis-nitromethylene neonicotinoid insecticide, on the mirid bug Apolygus lucorum December Journal of Pest Science 87(4)   This study presents the effects of sublethal concentrations of pesticides cypermethrin and azoxystrobin on the activity of several physiological parameters of egg‐carrying Daphnia magna studied using a video‐image technique.

Single tethered daphnids were continuously recorded for 24 h of pesticide exposure, and the activity of the heart, the filtering limbs, the mandibles, and the focal Cited by: the sublethal effects of cycloxaprid on the longevity of A.

lucorum adults (male and female), the pre-oviposition and oviposition periods, and the fecundity of female adults.

Sublethal exposure to an insecticide may alter insect feeding, mating, oviposition, fecundity, development, and many other life history parameters. Such effects may have population-level consequences that are not apparent in traditional dose-mortality evaluations. Earlier, we found that a routinely used combination insecticide that includes a pyrethroid and a neonicotinoid (Temprid® SC) Cited by: The side effects of the active ingredients of the insecticides were evaluated with residual contact tests for the larvae and adults of these predators in the laboratory.

Flonicamid, flubendiamide, metaflumizone and spirotetramat were innocuous to last instar larvae and adults of C. carnea and A. by: Lethal and sublethal effects of selected insecticides and an insect growth regulator on the boll weevil (Coleoptera: Curculionidae) ectoparasitoid Catolaccus grandis (Hymenoptera: Pteromalidae).

Elzen GW(1), Maldonado SN, Rojas MG. Author information: (1)Beneficial Insects Research Unit, USDA-ARS, SARC, Weslaco, TXby: Sublethal Effects of Insecticides on the Reproductive Success of the Tsetse Species Glossina Pallidipes and G.

Morsitans E. Kibuka-Sebitosi University of South Africa (UNISA), Centre for African Renaissance Studies, Pretoria South Africa.

Lethal and sublethal effects of spirotetramat and abamectin Insecticides Commercial formulations of spirotetramat (Movento, 10% SC, g of a.i./liter, Bayer Crop science) and abamectin (Vertimec % eC, 18 g of a.i.

per liter, Agriphar, Belgium) were used. spirotetramat was investigated at a dilution series of 2/1, 1/1 and 1/2 of its MFRC. EFFICACY AND SUBLETHAL EFFECTS OF MOSQUITO COILS ON AEDES AEGYPTI AND CULEX QUINQUEFASCIATUS (DIPTERA: CULICIDAE) H.H.

YAP, M.P. LIM', N.L. CHONG & C.Y. LEE Vector Control Research Unit. School of Biological Sciences, Universiti Sains File Size: KB. Lethal and sublethal effects on adults Egg bearing collard leaves were sprayed with appro-priate dilutions of the IGRs using a hand-held sprayer until runoff, air dried for 1–2h and stored in zip-lock plastic bags for no more than 1 week in a refrigerator at 5–6.

sublethal effects (fecundity and fertility) of flonicamid, flubendiamide, metaflumizone, spirotetramat, sulfoxaflor and deltamethrin on the natural enemies Chrysoperla carnea and Adalia bipunctata.

The side effects of the active ingredients of the insecticides were evaluated with residual contact tests for the lar. Lethal and sublethal effects of abamectin and deltamethrin on potato tuber moth, Phthorimaea operculella (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) Hooshang Rafiee-Dastjerdi1*, Zainab Mashhadi1 and Aziz Sheikhi Garjan2 1.

Department of Plant Protection, Faculty of Agricultural, University of Mohaghegh Ardabili, Ardabil, Iran. A standardized bioassay using the yellow dung fly, Scathophaga stercoraria L. (Diptera: Scathophagidae), was developed to test the lethal and sublethal toxicity of parasiticide residues in livestock dung.

The repeatability of the bioassay was assessed for the parasiticide ivermectin in 13 tests performed by seven laboratories in Germany, the United Kingdom, Switzerland, and by: The present study was conducted to determine the lethal and sublethal effects of 3 insecticides (malathion, endosulfan, and α-cypermethrin) on X.

laevis embryos and larvae and to compare toxicity of X. laevis with that of other amphibians. Lethal and sublethal effects were tested by treating insects topically in the inactive stages (egg, pupa) and simultaneously through oral, residual, and topical exposure in the active stages (larva, adult).

Larvae were vulnerable to all pesticides except copper+mancozeb, and lambda-cyhalothrin also reduced survivorship for pupae and eggs (%).Cited by: 2. Anyone who works with chironomid midges needs this book.

Why. Because this book is SO full of information on most aspects of chironomid morphology, biology and ecology. A worthy successor to Thienemann's tome "Chironomus. Leben, Verbreitung und wirthschaftliche Bedeutung der Chironomiden", this smallish ( pp compared to Thienemann's 5/5(1).

products [24,25]. However, very few studies have identified sublethal effects that could lead to various effects on bed bug populations. Two studies have explored the sublethal effects of Acti-veGuard™ (permethrin-impregnate d fabric) on bed bugs; exposure to the fabric alters behavior and negatively impacts their feeding and fecundity [26,27].Cited by: Sublethal effects of spirodiclofen on life table parameters of minute pirate bug Orius niger Wolff (Hemiptera: Anthocoridae) Faezeh Nojumian, Qodratollah Sabahi, Reza Talaei-Hassanloui, Ali Darvishzadeh Abstract Effects of spirodiclofen as a tetronic acid pesticide were studied on demographical characteristics of.Toxaphene, a dense, yellowish, semisolid mixture of organic compounds made by chlorination of camphene (a hydrocarbon obtained from turpentine) and used as an ene, which contains 67–69 percent chlorine, is insoluble in water but highly soluble in several organic solvents; under the influence of light, heat, or strong alkalies, it decomposes, forming hydrogen chloride and.