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Table 1 Occurrence of Eublemma scitula on different species of scale insects

From: Eublemma scitula (Rambur) (Lepidoptera: Erebidae): first evidence of a predator of the invasive barnacle scale, Ceroplastes cirripediformis comstock (Hemiptera: Coccidae)

Scale insect Host plant Countries References
Saissetia coffeae Point gourd India Pathak and Yadav (2000)
Saissetia coffeae Olive Egypt Morsi (2010b)
Saissetia oleae Citrus France Panis (1974)
Coccus hesperidum Citrus France Panis (1974)
Ceroplastes sinensis Citrus France Panis (1974)
Euphilippia olivina Olive France Panis (1974)
Pollinia pollini Olive France Panis (1974)
Filippia oleae Arbutus France Panis (1974)
Ceroplastes rusci Fig, arbutus, myrtle France Panis (1974)
Eulecanium prunastri Plum, apricot France Panis (1974)
Parthenolecanium carni Grapevines France Panis (1974)
Kermes vermilio Oak France Panis (1974)
Lecanodiaspis sardoa Cistus France Panis (1974)
Coccids Oleander, Yucca Israel Kravchenko et al. (2007)
Acacia nilotica, Tamarix articulata, Cajanum indicus, Saissetia oleae, Disdemococcus unifasciatus, Planoccoccus lilacinus, Udinia catori, Gascardis mimosae, Ceroplastes sinensis, Coccus hesperidum - Egypt Salem (2021)
Saissetia oleae Olive   Rouzaud (1893); Balduf (1931)
Saissetia oleae Olive Tunisia Mansour et al. (2011)
Saissetia oleae Citrus Spain Tena-Barreda and Garcia-Marí (2006)
Stictococcus dimorphus Cacao, Pigeon pea Nigeria Strickland (1947)
Inglisia conchiformis Cacao Uganda Strickland (1947)
Lecanodiaspis africana Guava Egypt Morsi (2010a)
Tachardia lacca Zizyphus, Rain tree, Butea India Ayyar (1929)
Lecanium hemisphcericum Ferns, Sandal Wood, Guava India Ayyar (1929)
Pseudococcus lilacinus Ailanthus excelsa India Ayyar (1929)
Pulvinaria maxima Nim (Melia) India Ayyar (1929)
Anomalococcus indicus Acacia arabica India Ayyar (1929)
Ceroplastes cajani Ocimum sanctum, Red gram, Lablab India Ayyar (1929)
Ceroplastes ceriferus Lawsonia, Mango India Ayyar (1929)