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Investigations on the fauna of insects and mites in pistachio areas in South Eastern Anatolia Region of Turkey

  title={Investigations on the fauna of insects and mites in pistachio areas in South Eastern Anatolia Region of Turkey},
  author={Halil Bolu},
  • H. Bolu
  • Published 1 June 2002
  • Geography
The first findings on rusty grain beetle, Cryptolestes ferrugineus (Stephens, 1831) (Coleoptera, Cucujoidea: Laemophloeidae) in pistachio orchard in Siirt province (Turkey)
It is important to monitor the relationship of this species with the species belonging to the family Scolytidae, Bostrichidae and Diaspididae family species in this pistachio orchards in future.
Overwintering biology and limits of cold tolerance in larvae of pistachio twig borer, Kermania pistaciella
It was found that overwintering larvae of the Rafsanjan (Iran) population of K. pistaciella rely on maintaining a stably high supercooling capacity throughout the cold season and attain highest cold tolerance during dormancy, which offers them sufficient protection against geographically and ecologically relevant cold spells.
Overwintering insect (Arthropoda: Insecta) biodiversity in pistachio orchards of the Middle Euphrates Valley, Turkey
The results revealed that burlap sack and corrugated cardboard artificial winter shelters can be used to monitor harmful and beneficial insect fauna overwintering in fruit orchards.
Molecular and morphometric identification of pistachio psyllids with niche modeling of Agonoscena pistaciae (Hemiptera: Aphalaridae)
A geometric morphometric analysis showed that thedistance between landmark number 7 (bifurcation of vein M) to the fore margin of the forewing, and the distance between landmarks number 6 (apex of vein Cu1b) and 11 (wing base), are the most important geometric characters for diagnosing the studied species.
Additional faunıstıc notes on heteroptera (HemIptera: Insecta) in East AnatolIa (Turkey)
The bugs Heteroptera collected in seven provinces of the East Anatolia (Bingol, Bitlis, Elazig, Erzincan, Malatya, Mus and Tunceli) were listed in the present study, and many firstly recorded for collecting sites.
Some rare species of heteroptera (Hemiptera) from Turkey
New records on some rare Heteroptera (Hemiptera) from East and South East Anatolian Region of Turkey are given.
Effectiveness of mass trapping for control of the pistachio twig borer , Kermania pistaciella
For the management of Kermania pistaciella Amsel (Lepidoptera Oinophilidae), an important pest in pistachio orchards, mass trapping as an alternative to chemical control methods was implemented from
Physiology of Hibernating Larvae of the Pistachio Twig Borer, Kermania pistaciella Amsel (Lepidoptera: Tineidae), Collected from Akbari Cultivar of Pistacia vera L.
There were no changes in trehalose, glucose, and myo-inositol contents, but there were differences in the levels of total simple sugar and glycogen during overwintering, and the highest and lowest levels of protein content were recorded in January and February.
Chelonus flavipalpis Szépligeti, 1896 and Mirax rufilabris Haliday, 1833 (Hymenoptera: Braconidae): two new larva-pupa parasitoids of Pistachio twig borer Kermania pistaciella Amsel, 1964 (Lepidoptera: Oinophilidae) with the parasitization ratios from Turkey.
It is recorded that the parasitization ratios were reduced at the last times of PTB adult emergence and have importance for the next studies on biological control and integrated pest management (IPM) about PTB.