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Optimization of a Phenylacetaldehyde-Based Attractant for Common Green Lacewings (Chrysoperla carnea s.l.)
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The ternary blend proved to be more attractive than β-caryophyllene, 2-phenylethanol, or 3-methyl eugenol (compounds previously described as attractants for chrysopids) on their own, and no influence on catches was recorded when these compounds were added as fourth components to the ternARY blend. Expand
Comparative zoogeographical analysis of Neuropterida of the Apennine and Balkan peninsulas
The Apennine Peninsula (AP) proper with Sicily and the Balkan Peninsula (BP) proper harbour 255 taxa of Neuropterida (155 taxa in AP and Sicily; 223 taxa in BP). The fauna of BP is richer than thatExpand
The rare Chrysopidae (Neuroptera) of southwestern Europe
Abstract Quantitative surveys of the chrysopid fauna from southwestern Europe, namely the Iberian and Italian peninsulas, France south of 46° N, and the west-Mediterranean Islands, were analysed. AExpand
Evaluation of a lure efficiency towards green lacewings in organic apricot orchard
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Green lacewings management through lures should represent a potential way to enhance the efficiency of this generalist predator against aphids and an on-time application of lures upon the early symptoms of aphid infestations could represent the best application strategies to enhance natural population of Lacewings on field. Expand
A faunal and historical survey of sialidae (insecta: megaloptera) in continental Portugal
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A survey of the distribution of Sialidae in continental Portugal is presented within the framework of a collaboration with the Portuguese biodiversity project NaturData (h p://naturdata.com/). Expand
A WEB PAGE ON ITALIAN NEUROPTERIDA
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This contribution introduces the present “state of the art” regarding a web catalogue of data pertaining to Italian Neuropterida. Expand
Phenylacetaldehyde: A chemical attractant for common green lacewings (Chrysoperla carnea s.l., Neuroptera: Chrysopidae)
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At five sites in Hungary and Italy, traps baited with phenylacetaldehyde caught significantly higher numbers of green lacewings than unbaited traps, which demonstrates that this compound is an attractant. Expand
CONTRIBUTING TO A CHECKLIST OF NEUROPTERIDA IN PORTUGAL: THE NATURDATA PROJECT
Naturdata (h p://naturdata.com) is a Portuguese biodiversity project established in 2009 to develop a database concerning all Portuguese biodiversity with the aim of collecting information about theExpand
A review of the Neuropterida of Liguria (North-West Italy)
Liguria is a small region of Northern Italy; despite its great environmental diversity, this area was never subjected to a thorough research on Neuropterida, so there were only few isolated records,Expand
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