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Effect of altitude on seasonal flight activity of Rhagoletis cerasi flies (Diptera: Tephritidae)
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Altitudinal variation between geographically close locations should be taken into account to properly time monitoring activities and hence to manage R. cerasi populations more effectively. Expand
Pheromone trap catches of the olive moth, Prays oleae (Bern.) (Lep., Plutellidae) in relation to olive phenology and degree‐day models
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Cumulative male catch–degree days together with the olive tree phenology model can be used as a forecasting method for proper timing of insecticide applications against anthophagous and carpophageous larvae in olive groves. Expand
Seasonal fluctuations in populations of Lepidopteran species as influenced by conventional control in tobacco stores
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There was a correlation between trap location and the number of moths captured in Mudanya tobacco store, Consequently, more P. interpunctella were captured in traps near openings to the outside than in the other traps. Expand
Investigations on the Biology and Ecology of the Apollo Butterfly, Parnassius apollo (L.)(Lepidoptera: Papilionidae) in Uludağ ,Bursa, Turkey
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In conclusion, P.apollo overwinters in the egg as a diapausing larva and the primary nectar sources for adults were Acantholimon ulicinum, Carduus olympicus and Daphne oleoides. Expand
Susceptibility of female populations of Panonychus ulmi (Koch) (Acari: Tetranychidae) to some acaricides in apple orchards
The levels of susceptibility of adult female European red mite, Panonychus ulmi (Koch) populations collected from apple orchards in Bursa region of Turkey, to acaricides, dicofol, bromopropylate andExpand
Using degree-day accumulations and host phenology for predicting larval emergence patterns of the olive psyllid, Euphyllura phillyreae
TLDR
The DD model can be used as a forecasting method for proper timing of insecticide applications against E. phillyreae larvae in olive groves in May when the olive growers cannot apply any insecticides against the pest. Expand
Reduced-Risk Management of Rhagoletis cerasi Flies (Host Race Prunus) in Combination with a Preliminary Phenological Model
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Seasonal flight activity of Rhagoletis cerasi (L.) (Diptera: Tephritidae) adults was monitored using yellow sticky traps at sweet cherry orchards under different management regimes in Bursa, northwestern Turkey, during 1997–1998 to suggest optimal timing of insecticide applications. Expand
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