Predatory Insects

We offer a wide range of predatory insects that target a wide range of aphids, whiteflies, fungus gnats, thrips, mealybugs, spider mites, and caterpillars.

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BioAphidioletes (Aphidoletes aphidimyza), commonly referred to as the gal midge, is a midge whose larvae feed on over 70 aphid species. 
BioAtheta (Dalotia coriaria) is a fast-moving, soil dwelling rove beetle. A generalist predator, it feeds on a wide range of small insects and mites but is primarily an egg predator. They target fungus gnats, and thrips.
BioCryptolaemus (Cryptolaemus montrouzieri) is a predatory beetle, also known as the “Mealybug destroyer” because it is a voracious predator of multiple species of mealybugs in both greenhouses and open fields. Secondary targets include aphids and whiteflies.
BioDelphastus (Delphastus catalinae) is a predatory beetle for the control of cotton whitefly (Bemisia tabaci) and greenhouse whitefly (Trialeurodes vaporariorum).

BioLacewing (Chrysoperla rufilabris) also known as the red-lipped green lacewing, is an insect of the Chrysopidae family. The larvae primarily target aphids. Secondary targets include whiteflies, mealybugs, spider mites, and caterpillars.
BioOrius (Orius insidiosus) also known as the insidiosus flower bug, is a predatory minute pirate bug equipped with piercing-sucking rostrum and two pairs of wings, the front pair being partially rigid. Their primary targets are thrips, while their secondary targets include aphids, whiteflies, spider mites, and caterpillars.