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Dime shows size of Trissolcus, egg parasitoid of brown marmorated stink bug.
Quarantine environmental chambers for insect research. Quarantine is a Biolevel 2+ containment for exotic pests and beneficial insects. FY13 quarantine activity • 30 permits; 30,000 insects in 100 shipments.
Emerald ash borer, threatens to kill millions of ash unless controlled. One of the exotic natural enemy candidates is Tetrastichus planipennisi above have potential in use in biological control of EAB.
AgDay at UDel - Our insects generate lots of curiosity from stakeholders
The Beneficial Insects Introduction Research is located in Newark, DE and is part of the Northeast Area.
The Research Leader is Kim Hoelmer.
Phone: (302)731-7330 x 242
USDA, ARS, NEA, BENEFICIAL INSECTS INTRODUCTION
501 SOUTH CHAPEL STREET
Newark, DE 19711