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Contribution to the composition of the insect complex of plum orchards in southern Turkmenistan

, : Contribution to the composition of the insect complex of plum orchards in southern Turkmenistan. Izvestiya Akademii Nauk Turkmenskoi SSR, Biologicheskikh Nauk (4): 65-68

During a survey of the insect fauna of plum orchards in the south of the Turkmen SSR, USSR, in 1984, 130 species were recorded, 60 of which were phytophagous and 51 entomophagous. The dominant parasitoids belonged to the Pteromalidae and Ichneumonidae, and 4 species of parasitoids were new records for the Republic.

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