Insect pathogenic fungi: what was obtained and where to go?


Abstract: Since its start in 1991 the IOBC working group ‘Insect Pathogens and Insect ParasiticNematodes’ has held 13 meetings, plus some subgroup meetings. Papers on fungalentomopathogens have been presented at all meetings, and likewise, fungi have been part ofpresentations at all Annual Meetings in Society for Invertebrate Pathology (SIP). By looking intoespecially the most recent presentations and literature I will discuss the status of insectpathogenic fungi in biological control: what was obtained and where to go?

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