Phytophage Arthropoden an Erlen (Alnus spp.) in bachbegleitenden Gehölzsäumen Oberfrankens. Teil 2: Blattfraß

  title={Phytophage Arthropoden an Erlen (Alnus spp.) in bachbegleitenden Geh{\"o}lzs{\"a}umen Oberfrankens. Teil 2: Blattfra{\ss}},
  author={B. Gharadjedaghi},
  journal={Anzeiger f{\"u}r Sch{\"a}dlingskunde, Pflanzenschutz, Umweltschutz},
  • B. Gharadjedaghi
  • Published 1 November 1997
  • Biology
  • Anzeiger für Schädlingskunde, Pflanzenschutz, Umweltschutz
Abstract1.The appearent leaf consumption by folivorous arthropods (especially sawfly and lepidopteran larvae and beetles) on Grey and Black Alders was investigated in banks of three brooks near Bayreuth (Upper Frankonia, FRG) during 1990. Additional data about some folivorous guilds were drawn by assessement of twig samples.2.The gallmites (Eriophyiidae) were the most important gall formers reaching high densities in early summer. Leaf rollers were very, rare.Phyllonorycter species… 
A contribution to the knowledge of biology and harmfulness of Deporaus betulae (L.) (Coleoptera, Attelabidae)
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Food Resource Sharing of Alder Leaf Beetle Specialists (Coleoptera: Chrysomelidae) as Potential Insect–Plant Interface for Horizontal Transmission of Endosymbionts
The hypothesis that at least the initial stages of the mechanism that would allow horizontal transmission of endosymbionts across species feeding on the same plant is possible is supported.


Phytophage Arthropoden an Erlen (Alnus spp.) in bachbegleitenden Gehölzsäumen Oberfrankens, Teil 1: Klopfprobenuntersuchung
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  • Chemistry
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  • 2007
Zusammenfassung1.Die arboreale Arthropodenfauna von Schwarz-(Alnus glutinosa) und Grauerle (A. incana) wurde 1990 mit Hilfe der Klopfprobenmethode an drei bachbegleitenden Gehölzsäumen in der
Early Leaf Abscission: A Neglected Source of Mortality for Folivores
Evidence is presented for a simple, yet heretofore overlooked, cause of mortality for folivorous insects, early leaf abscission, and characteristics of both herbivores and host plants that are likely to influence folivore mortality via leaf Abscission are discussed.
Phytophage an Kätzchen, Früchten und Knospen von Grau- und Schwarzerle
  • B. Gharadjedaghi
  • Biology
    Forstwissenschaftliches Centralblatt vereinigt mit Tharandter forstliches Jahrbuch
  • 1995
Attack of phytophagous insects on catkins, fruits and buds of White and Black Alders was investigated in banks of five brooks near Bayreuth (Upperfrankonia, FRG) in 1990 and showed a high between-site variation in attack rates.
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Analysis of Insect Consumption in a Forest Conopy
This model was used to interpret the effect of insect herbivory on the dry matter and nutrient cycles in a Liriodendron tulipifera forest and derive a linear differential equation to describe the dynamics of insect grazing in the canopy.
Quantitative analysis of leaf area loss caused by insects: A method combining photography and electronic image processing
A method was developed to quantify leaf area reduction in the grey alder (Alnus incana L.) due to herbivorous insects and has possible applications for quantifying leaf mine size and necrotic tissue.