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INVESTIGATION ON BIOLOGY OF OLIVE LEAF WORM PALPITA UNIONALIS HB. (LEPIDOPTERA: PYRALIDAE) IN CONSTANT LABORATORY CONDITIONS
Olive leaf worm, as a quarantine pest in Iran, was reported in olive orchards in Roudbar city for the first time in August 1999. This insect is dispersed in Italy, Spain, Greece, west Asia, NorthExpand
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An investigation of the fruit flies (Diptera: Tephritidae) fauna in Ajabshir region (East Azerbaijan province) with the new record from Iran (Part 1).
Based on specimens collected from Ajabshir region during 2009-2010, forty nine species of sixteen genera were recognized which Orellia distans Loew, 1847 is being newly reported for the Iran insectExpand
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Some hoverflies of subfamily Syrphinae of Qurigol fauna in East Azerbayjan province, Iran (Diptera: Syrphidae).
In this study, specimens belonged to subfamily of Syrphinae collected thoght environment of Qurigol lake during 2009.The specimens were collected using malaise trap as well as entomological handy netExpand
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Two genera and five species as new records for fruit flies fauna of Iran from East Azarbayjan province.
Tephritidae (true fruit flies) is a large family of the order Diptera with more than 4400 described species over the world. Considering their damage on fruit plantations, they are important insectsExpand
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New Faunistic Records of the Subfamily Sympycninae (Diptera, Dolichopodidae) from Iran
Abstract Faunistic data is given for 4 species of the subfamily Sympycninae, new to the fauna of Iran. The specimens were collected in north-western Iran during 2013. The following species areExpand
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NEW RECORDS OF LONG-LEGGED FLIES (DIPTERA: DOLICHOPODIDAE) FROM IRAN
In this study, the following six long-legged fly species (Diptera, Dolichopodidae) collected in the East Azerbaijan province during 2010-2013 are new records for the Iranian fauna: ChrysotimusExpand
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GEOMETRIC MORPHOMETRIC APPROACH ON THE SEXUAL DIMORPHISM OF CYDIA POMONELLA (LEP.: TORTRICIDAE) IN THE NORTH WEST OF IRAN
In order to study the sexual dimorphism of codling moth, Cydia pomonella (L.), nine geographical populations were collected from four provinces, East Azarbayjan, West Azarbayjan, Ardebil and Zandjan,Expand
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An introduction to sphecid wasps of Horand forests-Iran (Hymenoptera).
A survey was carried out on Sphecid fauna of Horand forests, in East Azarbaijan province during 2008-2009. Twelve species belonged to two family and ten genera were identified which totally are asExpand
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