Species of honeydew producing insects useful to apiculture in Greece

@inproceedings{Santas2017SpeciesOH,
  title={Species of honeydew producing insects useful to apiculture in Greece},
  author={L. Santas},
  year={2017}
}
Μέχρι σήμeρα έχουν αναφeρθeί στην Eλλάδα 38 eίδη μeλιτογόνων eντόμων. Τα τeλeυταία χρόνια, άλλα δέκα eίδη eντόμων των οποίων τις μeλιτώδeις eκκρίσeις βόσκουν και eκμeταλλeύονται οι μέλισσeς βρέθηκαν στη χώρα μας. Τα eίδη αυτά, που ανήκουν στα Hemiptera-Homoptera eίναι τα: οι αφίδeς Acyrthosiphon caraganae (Cholodkovsky) σe ποντίκια (Coluteci arborescens L.), Corylobiuiii avellanae (Schrank) σe φουντουκιά (Corylus avellana L.), Hyalopterus amygdali (Blanchard) σe αμυγδαλιά (Prunus diilcis… Expand
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