Total solubilized proteins were estimated in all the indigenously isolated native Bt isolates showing potential against blister beetle by method of Lowry et al (1951) (13).
The data pertaining to the field bioefficacy of native Bt isolates against blister beetle have been presented in Table 1.
INTRODUCTION: Paederus dermatitis, also known as dermatitis linearis or blister beetle
dermatitis is a peculiar irritant contact dermatitis characterized by vesicles and bullae on an erythematous base on exposed areas of the body with sudden onset of burning and stinging sensation, provoked by an insect belonging to the genus Paederus, family Staphylinidae (rove beetles), order Coleoptera (beetles) after being crushed on the skin, releasing the hemolymph pederin.
At least five fractions were visible on the zymogram, showing multiplicity among the cellulases of blister beetle
Clinical features of blister beetle
poisoning in equids.
Grasshopper eggs pods destroyed by larvae of bee flies, blister beetles
, and ground beetles.
Some steps can be taken to reduce the possibility of incorporating blister beetles
However, male bees paid visits to models scented with extracts from blister beetle
larvae as often as they did to real beetle clumps.
Canthardin poisoning occurs when blister beetles
are ingested by horses feeding on freshly cut alfalfa hay, usually from the central and southwestern United States.
COUNTRYSIDE: In response to the letter for help with blister beetles
: Blister beetles
are easy to control.
I hand-picked a few Colorado potato beetles and blister beetles
from the plants.
another article, identification and biochemical characterization of protein phosphatase 5 from the cantharidin-producing blister beetle
, Epicauta chinensis, showed that they obtained a cDNA fragment from the blister beetle