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The whiteflies (Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae) of Europe and the Mediterranean Basin
Abstract The whitefly fauna of Europe and the Mediterranean Basin comprises 56 species that are considered to be native or naturalized, accommodated within 25 genera. Presented here are a check-list,Expand
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Other Hemiptera Sternorrhyncha (Aleyrodidae, Phylloxeroidea, and Psylloidea) and Hemiptera Auchenorrhyncha.
Apart from aphids and scales, 52 additional Sternorrhyncha hemipteran species alien to Europe have been identifi ed within Aleyrodidae (27 whitefl y species), Phylloxeroidea (9 adelgids, 2Expand
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North American Watersnakes: a Natural History
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The specific chemical profile of Mediterranean propolis from Malta
Seventeen Maltese propolis samples were studied by GC–MS after silylation. They exhibited the typical Mediterranean chemical profile, rich in diterpene compounds (18–92% of TIC, GC–MS): 32 individualExpand
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Pathogenicity of the root‐knot nematode Meloidogyne javanica on potato
Host‐parasite relationships and pathogenicity of Meloidogyne javanica on potatoes (newly recorded from Malta) were studied under glasshouse and natural conditions. Potato cvs Cara and Spunta showed aExpand
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Pests and diseases associated with olive trees in the Maltese Islands (Central Mediterranean)
A detailed study was carried out on pests and diseases of the olive tree in 31 different localities in the Maltese Islands (18 in Malta, 11 in Gozo and 2 in Comino). The work was mainly carried outExpand
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On some arthropods associated with Ficus species (Moraceae) in the Maltese Islands
An account is given on the 39 arthropod species which were found on different Ficus trees in the Maltese Islands. Seventeen species represent new records for Malta including Anothopoda fici,Expand
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The Languriidae (Coleoptera) of the Maltese Islands
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Identification of the Plant Origin of the Botanical Biomarkers of Mediterranean type Propolis
Propolis is a honeybee product which bees produce by collecting resins from various botanical sources. The chemical composition of propolis is directly dependant on the availability of resinous plantExpand
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