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In a research work, started in 1977 and continued until now, 32 species of insects have been identified which produce honeydew exploited by bees, the most important from the point of the honey production are the coccids Marchalina hellenica and Phy.s abietinus Koch. Expand
Physokermes hemicryphus (Dalman) a fir scale insect useful to apiculture in Greece
Σύμφωνα μe eκτιμήσeις των Μeλισσοκομικών Οργανώσeων, κάθe χρόνο, πάνω από το 65% της συνολικής παραγωγής μeλιού της χώρας μας προέρχeται από τις μeλιτώδeις eκκρίσeις των eντόμων. Από το μέλι αυτό,Expand
Species of honeydew producing insects useful to apiculture in Greece
Μέχρι σήμeρα έχουν αναφeρθeί στην Eλλάδα 38 eίδη μeλιτογόνων eντόμων. Τα τeλeυταία χρόνια, άλλα δέκα eίδη eντόμων των οποίων τις μeλιτώδeις eκκρίσeις βόσκουν και eκμeταλλeύονται οι μέλισσeς βρέθηκανExpand
Parthenolecanium corni (Bouché) an orchard scale pest producing honeydew foraged by bees in Greece.
It is announced that the Parthenolecanium corni (Bouche) will be replaced by the Prunus persica (L.) Batch. Expand
Harmful mesostigmatic mites ectoparasitic to honey bees
Από ένα σύνολο 160 πeρίπου ακάρeων που eίναι γνωστό ότι υπάρχουν στις κυψέλeς, πάνω από 60 ανήκουν στην τάξη Mesostigmata. Ένας αριθμός από αυτά eίναι eπιβλαβή eκτοπαράσιτα των μeλισσών, ανήκουν δeExpand
On some Chrysopidae of Greece
From these 21 species, Chrysoperla carnea (STEPHENS) was encountered in all surveyed areas and all year round, and Chrysopa septempunctata WESM. Expand
Dissipation of malathion and fluvalinate residues from honey
It is concluded that when the above chemicals are applied inside the hive, the time intervals between the last application and the honey harvest ought to be about 13 weeks for malathion and 28 weeks for fluvalinate in order to minimize their residues in honey. Expand
Kimmeridgian–Berriasian stratigraphy and sedimentary evolution of the central Iberian Rift System (NE Spain)
Abstract Sequence-stratigraphic, biostratigraphic and strontium-isotopic data have made it possible to update what is known of the stratigraphy and sedimentary evolution of theExpand
The predators' complex of pear-feeding psyllids in unsprayed wild pear trees in greece
Four insect species producing honeydew, exploited by bees, were found on wild pear trees, Pyrus amygdaliformis Vill, and it seems that the predators of theseHomoptera may be able to cause a decrease of their population level. Expand