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Morphological and acoustic characters of Cicadatra platyptera Fieber, 1876
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The morphological and acoustic characters of Cicadatra platyptera Fieber, 1876 (Hemiptera, Cicadidae) collected from Turkey were analysed and taxonomically important morphological characters such as body shape, colors, patterns, structure, and genital structure were evaluated.
Temporal Resource Partitioning and Interspecific Correlations in a Warm, Temperate Climate Assemblage of Dung Beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)
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There was a significant effect of dung deposition time and exposure period on mean tunneler abundance, and the five most abundant tunnelers, from two tribes and three genera, were strongly positively correlated.
Dung beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae) utilizing water buffalo dung on the Black Sea coast of Turkey
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In the RAMSAR-listed wetland system of the Kizilirmak Delta of Turkey's central Black Sea coast, seasonal grazing by domesticated water buffalo produces plentiful dung from April to November, suggesting a more appropriate dung moisture regime over time that favors successful breeding on the sand.
How Guilds Build Success; Aspects of Temporal Resource Partitioning in a Warm, Temperate Climate Assemblage of Dung Beetles (Coleoptera: Scarabaeidae)
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The network of strong, positive correlations between tunneling species may indicate that their collective functionality is vulnerable to loss of efficiency if species are lost, as well as limiting the number of abundant, concurrent species.
New Records of Aphidoidea from Turkey
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The findings of the presented study showed that a higher number of aphid species is expected in Turkey due to particular ecological, geographical, climatic, continental position and floristic features of Turkey.
Further contributions to the Turkey aphid (Hemiptera: Aphidoidea) fauna.
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The number of species of aphids listed for Turkey has increased to 475 and new records are reported as new records for Turkey aphid fauna at the end of the study carried out in Samsun Province of Turkey between 2009 and 2010.
Presence of putative insect vectors of grapevine yellows phytoplasmas in Turkey
Turkey is one of the nations native to grapevine. Main grapevine yellows in Euro-Mediterranean regions are “flavescence doree” and “bois noir”. Phytoplasma associated diseases are phloem limited,
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