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Reported Resistance Case(s)

Species: tetranychus urticae

Order Family Common Name(s) Group Host
acari tetranychidae twospotted spider mite AG cotton, fruits, vegetables, walnut, ornamentals

Active Ingredient: bifenthrin

MOA: Sodium channel modulators, Pyrethroids, Pyrethrins, DDT
Group: PYR CAS #: 82657043 Shaugnessy Code: 128825

Resistance Case(s)

Case Id Year of Report Type of Resistance Location Reference
G17117 2014
Lab selected*

China--
Shandong--
Tai'an
Tang, X., Zhang, Y., Wu, Q., Xie, W., and Wang, S. (2014). Stage-Specific Expression of Resistance to Different Acaricides in Four Field Populations of Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Tetranychidae). Journal of Economic Entomology, 107(5) 1900-1907.
G14530 2009 Field Evolved Resistance
Greece--
Crete
Tsagkarakau, A., Leeuwent, T., Khajehali, J., llias, A., Grispou, M., Williamson, M., Tirry, L., and Vontas, J.,. (2009). Identification of pyrethroid resistance associated mutations in the para sodium channel of the two-spotted spider mite Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Tetranychidae). Insect Molecular Biology, 18 583-593.
G14533 2009 Field Evolved Resistance
Greece--
Crete
Tsagkarakau, A., Leeuwent, T., Khajehali, J., llias, A., Grispou, M., Williamson, M., Tirry, L., and Vontas, J.,. (2009). Identification of pyrethroid resistance associated mutations in the para sodium channel of the two-spotted spider mite Tetranychus urticae (Acari: Tetranychidae). Insect Molecular Biology, 18 583-593.
G7283 2005 Unspecified
Belgium Van Leeuwen, T., Pottelberge, S.V., Tirry, L. (2005). Comparative acaricide susceptibility and detoxifying enzyme activties in field-collected resistant and susceptible strains of Tetranychus urticae.. Pest Management Science, 61 499-507.
G6835 2002 Unspecified
USA--
Kansas
Yang, X., L.L. Buschman, K.Y. Zhu, and D.C. Margolies. (2002). Susceptibility and detoxifying enzyme activity in two spider mite species (Acari: Tetranychidae) after selection with three insecticides. Journal of Economic Entomology, 95(2) 399-406.
*The population was created solely by selection and/or genetic manipulation.
**The population was selected further in the laboratory after collection.