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ON THE BUPRESTIDAE (COLEOPTERA) SPECIES OF ALMOND ORCHARDS IN THE SOUTHEASTERN AND EASTERN ANATOLIA IN TURKEY

@article{Bolu2011ONTB,
  title={ON THE BUPRESTIDAE (COLEOPTERA) SPECIES OF ALMOND ORCHARDS IN THE SOUTHEASTERN AND EASTERN ANATOLIA IN TURKEY},
  author={Halil Bolu and İ. {\"O}zgen},
  journal={Munis Entomology and Zoology},
  year={2011},
  volume={6},
  pages={970-976}
}
The faunistic study on buprestids, conducted during 2002-2004 in the Southeastern and Eastern Anatolia Region in Turkey. In this study 17 Buprestid species, spread areas and abundance were determined in Almond orchards in Turkey. Those species were Agrilus roscidus Kiesenweter, Anthaxia armeniaca Obenberger, Anthaxia lucens Kuster, Anthaxia tractata Abeille de Perin, Aurigena lugubris longcicollis Kraatz, Capnodis tenebricosa (Oliver), Capnodis carbonaria (Klug), Chalcophorella quadrioculata… 

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