Pozzebon, Alberto - Duso, Carlo - Malagnini, Valeria (2005) Predatory mite population dynamics in vineyards: the role of alternative foods. [Contributo a convegno] In: 2ème Colloque sur les Acariens des Cultures, Montpellier, France, 24-25 Octobre, 2005 , 24-25 October 2005, Montpellier (France).
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Field observations and laboratory trials showed that the availability of alternative foods can affect markedly the population dynamics of predatory mites. In north-eastern Italy, the persistence of predatory mites on cultivated grapes in condition of prey scarcity is influenced by the presence of pollen grains and grape pathogenic mildews on leaves. Evidence that two species of predatory mites (i.e. Amblyseius andersoni and Typhlodromus pyri) can develop and reproduce by feeding on pollen and fungi is reported.
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