Principal component analysis (PCA) revealed the population structure of Radhanagari and Amba sites was with high diversity of moths in Kolhapur district. Singh, B.D. vanya silk vis-vis forestry with relevance to North Drury fed on Terminalia tomentosa 2013; (4):255-260. Effect of feeding traila on commercial N.B. plants. Cocoon crop performance through seasonal rearings of Antheraea Mylitta Drury larva on three primary foodplants Asan (Terminalia tomentosa W. & A. Hence, the efforts were made to study the performance of different tasar silkworm grainage houses viz., green shade net grainage house (GSNGH), tubular structure grainage house (TSGH) and pucca grainage houses (PGH) in terms of maintaining abiotic factors especially temperature and relative humidity. Each of these grainage houses and the space beside these grainage houses that is natural condition were provided with the instruments to record the temperature and relative humidity. Antheraea mylitta. Food Plants 1 22R. Sci. The morphology of the ovipositor and functional characterization of various sensilla present on the appendage are described. Therefore, its conservation and exploitation in silk industry is integral part of sericulture. Actias selene Hubner (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) is wild silk worm of India. sites located in six districts of Maharashtra during the year 2016-2017. Introduction The tasar silkworm Antheraea mylitta Drury is a species widely distributed in India between the range of 160-240 N latitude and 800-880 E from West Bengal in the East to Karnataka in the South with its natural inhabitation in the forest areas of Jharkhand, Bihar, Orissa, Madhya Food The silkworm-food-plant-interaction was studied with six different food plant species viz. Sinha's 19 research works with 87 citations and 2,285 reads, including: Indoor chawki rearing technology for Tasar Silkworm Antheraea mylitta D. After the final crop cocoon prize Returns in respectively tassar (75,000) and mulberry (105000). 2003. tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta drury (lepidoptera - saturniidae) Kavane R.P ABSTRACT An attempt was made to rear the tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta Drury on the leaves of Syzygium cumini (jamun) for the first time in India and reared under indoor rearing condition. Three species belonging to genus Antheraea and one species from each of other genera Actias, Samia, Attacus and Loepa were recorded from the study area. and Wolfgang A. Nässig. Rearing and grainage performance of Indian tropical tasar silkworm. The traditional rearing of Antheraea mylitta D., tasar silkworm on forest grown trees resulted in 80-90% crop loss due to pests, predators, natural calamities and diseases (Hari and Seth, 1999). Principal component analysis (PCA) revealed the population structure of Radhanagari and Amba sites was with high diversity of moths in Kolhapur district. Culture of Sharma KB, Pandey V. A comparative study on the laboratory culture of different ecotypes of Antheraea mylitta D. (Saturniidae: Lepidoptera). However, silk production technology of A. selene is not developed so far. This is the first study on A. mylitta in Uttarakhand. Tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta is a polyphagous insect that primarily feeds on Terminalia arjuna, Terminalia tomentosa and Shorea robusta. (W&A) and lagestraoemia parviflora (Royb.) Sampling was done at 10. The average egg length, breadth and weight were found to be 2.52±0.23 mm, 2.08±0.14 mm and 0.008±0.001 g, respectively, while the fecundity, incubation period and hatching percentage were found to be 192.07±11.42 eggs, 10.52±0.62 days and 75.44±6.01 %, respectively. Maharashtra is working with integrated efforts for wild silk production and promotion, in general and Vidarbha in particular. Cluster analysis also indicated relatedness between the population structures of sites in the Kolhapur district with higher species richness. Rearing and Grainage Performance of Indian Tropical Tasar Silkworm, Antheraea mylitta Drury Fed on Terminalia tomentosa (W&A) and Lagerstroemia parviflora (Roxb.) Diversity indices indicate that Kolhapur district has high species diversity as well as richness than other districts. Tasar silkworm Antheraea mylitta drury is susceptible to various bacterial pathogens that cause a number of diseases to this important insect. In tropical India, the life cycle of A. mylitta … It is a first report that highlights the parasitic behaviour of X. pedator on the commercially important silkworm, A. mylitta.. M.K. Species richness and abundance was found higher at the sites of Kolhapur District than other districts. However, the incidence and economic damage to silkworms by Uzi fly much higher in western Maharashtra than Marathwada and Vidarbha. Culture of vanya silk vis-vis forestry with relevance to North Western. The rearing success of A. atlas was 15% on Angeer Ficus carica. and pebrine infected larvae during three rearing seasons-rain, autumn, and winter. A survey revealed seven species (belonging to five genera) of family Saturniidae were recorded along with their host plant. Singh, G.S., Rarh, S.S., Singh, M.K. Tissue-specific protein profile of Antheraea mylitta by SDS-PAGE indicating the abundance of 75 kDa protein in the hemolymph. Manjwa, A. and Sivaprasad, V. 2010. Cocoons were formed within 35-43 days. and three secondary foodplants, Ber (Ziziphus jujuba Gaertn. This is similar to other eggs of the mylitta/frithi-group of Antheraea (Antheraea) (systematics following Nässig 1991), but can also be observed in Antheraea (Telea). 2003. Sericulture is agro based industry. gland of tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta Drury (Daba TV) during the three crops of 2008 recorded and presented in the table-1. Further, zonal differences influence the relative performances of mutant strains of Antheraea mylitta D in respect of productivity and quality of tasar cocoons. Six species of host plants were found common at sites with dominant Terminalia genus. Host plants were also recorded during the collection. Farmers generally prefer rearing this species on Terminalia tomentosa Roxburgh (Myrtales: Combretaceae). Regression analysis predicted the richness of wild silk moths was depends on host plant richness. Geographical distribution of wild silkmoths was also studied based on the climatic regions. ), Arjun (Terminalia arjuna W. & A. on tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta (Drury). SDS-PAGE analysis of different tissues of silk worm ( n = 5) was done from the 5th instar larvae and pupae. Strategies for afforestation with primary People are being motivated to utilize the vast field of nature grown Oak plants by rearing of Antheraea proylei which cross breed variety between A. roylie and A. perinyi. Uzi fly Exorista bombycis Louis (Diptera:Tachinidae) is larval parasitoid of mulberry silk worm Bombyx mori L. An experimental rearing of tropical tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta Drury was conducted to study silkworm-food plant-interaction and thereby to search for an alternate silkworm food plant. It is located 17 KM towards South from District head quarters Ambikapur. The mated females laid 105 eggs and produced 22 offspring's with an average sex ratio (m: f) 1: 0.75. ), Sidha (Lagerstroemia parviflora Roxb.) & A.) After the commercial crop rearing, it undergoes pupal diapause to avoid unfavourable environmental conditions. workshop on vanya silk culture and forestry held on the incidence and economic damage to silkworms by Uzi fly much higher in western Maharashtra than Marathwada and Vidarbha. Prasad, 33 3C. Mulberry, Muga, Tasar and Eri are commercially exploited. Therefore, the host plant richness has played important role in distribution and richness of wild Silk moths. Recently, wild silk has got great importance in many fields including medical. Wild sericulture has dependence on wild species, host plants and climatic conditions. and secondary food plant of vary silks. Jamun is a very indicate better performance in winter crops than those of a rainy and autumn season. Abstract An experiment was conducted to study the damage potential of predatory stink bug, Eocanthecona furcellata (Wolff.) The rearing success of A. selene was 25% on Terminalia tomentosa W. & A. The study on the biology and economic traits of the oak tasar silkworm, Antherea proylei Jolly was carried out at Munsyari block in district Pithoragarh, Uttarakhand (30004'96'' N 80028'95'' E) during the late spring season (May-June) of 2015-16 to analyze the impact of feeding of the fresh leaves of Q. semecarpifolia on larval and economic characteristics. Reddy, R.M., Charan, R., Prasad, B.C., Reddy, C.S., Parameters such as length of cocoon shell and peduncle, thickness and weight of cocoon shell and peduncle, and post-cocoon characters were investigated. Antheraea mylitta Drury is a commercial silk producing forest insect in India and Xanthopimpla pedator Fabricius is its larval-pupal endoparasitoid, which causes pupal mortality that affects seed production. Antheraea mylitta produces a world-class ‘Wild Silk, attacked by Xanthopimpla pedator, resulting in massive crop loss.. 1991; Akai, 1998; Rajadurai & Thangavellu, 1998; Saikia & Handique, 1998; Sathe & Jadhav, 2001; Sathe, 2007; Kavane & Sathe 2008, 2014 Sathe et al., 2008; Drury fed on Terminalia tomentosa (W&A) and lagestraoemia parviflora (Royb.) The plant diversity and distribution is manly governed by the rainfall (Zhu et al., 2014). In Maharashtra, mulberry sericulture is spread in 26 districts out of which E. bombycis was distributed in 09 districts. However, success of tasar silkworm under indoor method is limited. The larval weight showed a significant positive correlation with most of the economic traits, except larval duration and peduncle length where negative correlation was found. Uzi fly Exorista bombycis Louis (Diptera:Tachinidae) is larval parasitoid of mulberry silk worm Bombyx mori L. (Lepidoptera: Bombycidae). Attacus atlas, Linnaeus (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) is wild silk worm of India. However, very little is known about the rearing technique of this important species except the work of Kavane & Sathe (2011). The first crop total protein content in the haemolymph of tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta Drury outdoor rearing of 2008 were 4.74 … per acre total expenditure, annual return and net profit of tassar and mulberry sericulture onwards the total Annual cost of establishment of culture for the crop of tassar was 18,200 and mulberry 54400. Siva Reddy, A. Manjula and V. Sivaprasad The majority of crop loss in tasar silkworm rearing is resulting due to viral disease. The ecorace of tasar silkworm occurring in cashew (Anacardiumoccidentale L.) plantations of Puttur was identified as A. mylitta KE-02. 2011. Proceedings of However, less production of wild silk is mainly due to gap in data related to records of wild Silkmoth species diversity and distribution. and Dha (Anoegeissus latifolia Wall.) Antheraea mylitta Drury (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) is a commercial silk producing forest insect of India, but it has never been experimented in Uttarakhand state in spite of the huge availability of its forestry host plants. Net Profit of tassar sericulture was 56800 and mulberry culture profit was 50600. Data obtained was analysed with statistical packages to deduce conclusions and comparison. Its conservation and exploitation in silk production is essential component of wild silk technology development in India. For seed (egg) production, the diapausing seed cocoons are preserved in the grainage houses till the completion of diapausing period. Organized by International Sericultural Commission The tropical tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta Drury (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae), produces silk of commercial importance. The mated females laid 147 eggs and produced 22 offspring’s with an average sex ratio (m: f) 1: 0.75. Sal, among primary foodplants, appeared uneconomical in terms of total cocoon shell (raw silk) production in spite of a superior cocoon formation Overall performance was superior in Asan than all other foodplants during all the seasons. Strategies for afforestation with primary and secondary food plant of vary silks. The larvae of Antheraea mylitta are polyphagus and can take leaves of several host plants like Arjun, Asan, Ber, Sal, Jam, Sidha, etc. Additional key words: seasonal variation, Nosema, pathogen, Bombyx mori. The rearing of the tasar silkworm Antheraea mylitta D (Andhra local, Daba TV/BV) ecoraces were reared on the Terminalia plantation raised at Kakatiya University campus (Figure 3) and the larval span, moth colour, voltinism etc were observed. The results showed that Xanthopimpla pedator parasitized pupae of all ages, and the rate of parasitism was high for 4 to 6 days-old pupae especially during second crop rearing. Pebrine is a common disease of the tasar silkworm caused by a pathogen Nosema sp., which results in heavy mortality to the tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta (Drury). Fig 2: Collection of Antheraea mylitta Drury, Daba TV cocoons at A Mahadevpur, Telangana and B. Bhandara (Maharastra). Mendel, 1990, 57-60. April 21 st -22 nd, Deharadun, 76-80. Therefore, rearing technique of A. atlas has been given in the paper. Three climatic regions of Maharashtra have variation in species richness, distribution and the abundance of wild silk moths merely due to larval host plant species richness. After the commercial crop rearing, it undergoes pupal diapause to avoid unfavourable environmental conditions. In the present investigation, a comparative analysis of the growth and biochemical aspects of indoor reared Tasar silkworm, Antheraea mylitta.D (Daba TV) is reported. (probably jana (Stoll, 1782)) from Bali, Indonesia (Lepidoptera: Saturniidae) Stefan Naumann. Jadhav, A.D., Sathe, T.V. X9ÖTó€÷¦„ý~Ï!bPNÄ9ÓæÃ(/¶K§ËѦ2ˆvÇÐ0€§1ÔHGÉd £Q^x~ÿÖ»Q£Šª*žök’ðïr&ÔA¨!—ž i‡ðüãõ+$ À2!ÀИxeöúÕÿ|ç­&5ihÛ¶ð’JÞæÕoG,îõº³D÷®~Er¿ûîG/´$ýíL¬”Ò/’X‚j0íé4Wzs zõ>«RƼokÀAWÀ¡zRG(ª:Ž œwOécÆÄ ~õ÷tõèùÙêò¿of¾ó¾GaLº:¨õÔMõtÙôÔ¨ c"ÚÆJìÅ grainage performance of Indian tropical tasar silkworm, Effect of feeding traila on commercial characters in tropical Tasar silkworm Antheraea mylitta Drury. The traditional rearing of Antheraea mylittaD., tasar silkworm on forest grown trees resulted in 80-90% crop loss due to pests, predators, natural calamities and diseases3. Hence, in the present paper preliminary rearing technique of A. selene is given. (25) 63-66. Improving livelihood of tribals in Chhattisgarh: adopted silkworm seed rearing of tropical tasar Antheraea mylitta Drury. Village literacy rate is 60.3% and the Female Literacy rate is 26.9%. ñہSwQ$®ÑXS)‚PtG™õÐ ¥:Ý1v§Õ4ƒ¤;=‰J±Ø¥ÀÈ* 9½,Ûß~ÿéõ«þ»™ðWUðóìRùÁì’ûogÒßÎ.¿„7øž¾Ïç³K¦èAmïðG¥¿®×³Ká¯k7óܛýË»ýùõ«?žWÞÇU°$Ь…ëÿ£ 8‚ this study preference of the parasitoid Xanthopimpla pedator to different ages of Antheraea mylitta drury (Daba TV) pupae had been studied. 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