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BIODIVERSITY OF AUCHENORRHYNCHA IN SUGAR BEET FIELDS OF MASHHAD REGION AND NEW RECORDS FOR KHORASAN RAZAVI PROVINCE

@inproceedings{Moosavi2012BIODIVERSITYOA,
  title={BIODIVERSITY OF AUCHENORRHYNCHA IN SUGAR BEET FIELDS OF MASHHAD REGION AND NEW RECORDS FOR KHORASAN RAZAVI PROVINCE},
  author={N. Moosavi and Hussein Sadeghi Namaghi},
  year={2012}
}
In a faunistic survey conducted on Auchenorrhyncha in sugar beet fields of Mashhad and Chenaran regions during 2008-2010, a total of 2741specimens belonging to 5 families were collected. As a result, 10 species were added to the fauna of the study area including: Family Cicadellidae: Rhytidodus decimusquartus (Schrank 1776), Viridicerus malicola (Dubovxdy 1966); Handianus procerus (Herrich-Schaffer l835), Euscelidius mundus (Haupt 1927), Doraturopsis sp., Agallia sp.; Platymetopius sp., Family… 
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