ISPI databases of literature on locusts and short-horned grasshoppers

Schistocerca gregaria (Forskal) (desert locust)
(family Acrididae)

in Northern Africa, the Sahel, Near East and South-West Asia; polyphagous, can multiply rapidly in the Desert after rains and forms swarms up to hundreds of square kilometers in size; these cause great destruction when they reach crops;


 Wüstenheuschrecke (German)
criquet pèlerin (French)
langosta peregrina (Spanish)
Schistocerca americana gregaria (syn.)
Acridium peregrinum (syn.)
Schistocerca peregrina (syn.)
Schistocerca americana gregaria (syn.)
 

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general biology, morphology, evolution (751)
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pesticide resistance of pest (16)
biocontrol, natural enemies (166)
health & environmental effects of pesticides (48)
thresholds/decision-support systems (24)
resistance/tolerance/defence of host (2)
surveys/sampling/distribution (452)
population dynamics/ epidemiology (599)
environment, cropping system/rotation (182)
pheromones/attractants/traps (55)
molecular biology, genes (48)
rearing/culturing/mass production (43)
meeting reports (51)
review (64)
Africa - North (331)
Africa - West (162)
Africa - East (194)
Africa - South (13)
Europe - East (1)
Near East (202)
Asia - West (393)
Asia - East (3)
 

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