Beneficial Organisms 1

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CRICKET
Tagalog name: itim na kagaykay, kantitit
Food: Eggs of striped stem borers, dark-headed stem borers, leaffolders, armyworms, whorl maggots,
and nymphs of planthoppers and leafhoppers.

LONG-HORNED GRASSHOPPER
Tagalog name: tipaklong sa kaparangan
Identifying marks: Adults and nymphs are green and aerial-borne. Antennae are longer than the body. The female ovipositor is frequently very long and curved. Nymphs do not have well-developed wings. Their presence is felt when the rice canopy is disturbed, as they hop from one plant to another.
Food: Egg masses of stem borers, including those covered with hairs; eggs of leaffeeders and earhead bugs; nymphs of planthoppers and leafhoppers

SMALL WASP
Tagalog name: maliit na putakti
Identifying marks: It is not clearly visible to the naked eye. Adults are black, brown, dark yellow brown, or metallic blue-green. They resemble small ants with wings. All four wings are well-developed.
Food: Eggs of leaffolders, skippers, short-horned grasshoppers, armyworms, green semiloopers, whorl maggots, stem borers, planthoppers, leafhoppers, black bugs, and seed bugs

BIG WASP
Tagalog name: malaking putakti
Identifying marks: It is clearly visible to the naked eye. Adults are red, black, brown, dark yellow brown, or metallic bluegreen. Abdomen has long injection needle-shaped projection for laying eggs on the larvae and pupae of harmful organisms. All four wings are well-developed and are aerial-borne.
Food: Larvae and pupae of leaffolders, skippers, armyworms, green semiloopers, whorl maggots, and stem borers

TACHINID FLY
Identifying marks: Resembles a housefly. Adults are gray or black. The body is covered with spines.
Food: Larvae of leaffolders, skippers, armyworms, and stem borers

 

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