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Vol. 10, Special Issue 5 (2021)

A review on biology of cerambycids (Insects)

Author(s):
Yogesh Suresh Kadam, Pratik Gajanan Nagpure and Dr. Satish Krushna Gharde
Abstract:
The insects feed mainly on vascular plants Larvae and adults. Phytophthora, an unofficial subgroup of Cucujiformia It consists of two super families. Chrysomeloidia (long horned beetles, seeds Beetles and leaf beetles) and Karakulianoidia (weevil) more than 124,000 Described species (Lipiski et al., 2011). However, the solution to fix Chrysomeloidae were placed in two taxa in the form of the genera Serambicid and Chrysomelid. Prevalence in recent times. Small groups in particular have easy maturation patterns outside of Prioninae and Lepturinae which mainly lay eggs in soft, decaying wood. The most special practices are found in Lamiinae, which often uses force to regulate oviposition.
Pages: 732-735  |  424 Views  146 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Yogesh Suresh Kadam, Pratik Gajanan Nagpure and Dr. Satish Krushna Gharde. A review on biology of cerambycids (Insects). The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2021; 10(5S): 732-735.

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