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By Petr Starý (auth.)

An research of the actual subject matters in organic keep an eye on programmes around the world shows an elevated curiosity within the usage of aphid parasites. along with the so-called conventional organic regulate of brought aphids, there seems to be a scenario which can maybe be referred to as a renaissance of biocontrol, i. e. the usage of biotic brokers opposed to insecticide-resistant populations of aphid pests. The swift raise within the volume of knowledge in addition to the need of syntheti­ cal papers are the well known positive aspects in contemporary entomology. This requirement is far extra topical within the teams the place short summarized details is required for examine employees in utilized branches. the writer has been good conscious of some of these problems and specifications because of his personal event either in simple and utilized study. numerous years in the past he made up our minds to summarize our wisdom at the aphid parasites of the area via elaborating synthetical reviews at the specific zoogeographical parts. those papers were meant to symbolize annotated stories of the parasite fauna, distribution, biologies and usage in aphid pest administration, with keys to genera and species, hos- parasite catalogue, and a listing of references additional. obviously, those experiences are just quite up-to-date, with admire to a undeniable closing date from which the study will be extra endured. at the present, the a ways East Asian and the Mediterranean components were reviewed during this or a minimum of in the same manner.

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Salicaphis, A. cingulatus may be found even in the riverain forests in the desert areas. West Eurasian Coniferous Forest FC. - The presence of this complex in Central Asia is indicated in its southern limits by the occurence of some Pauesia species (unidentified), parasites of Cinara aphids associated with Abies, Picea and Pinus in eastern Kazakhstan, (Kirghizia). etc. East Eurasian Coniferous Forest FC- The presence of this complex is also indicated in Central Asia by the occurrence of some Pauesia species, parasites of Cinara aphids (associated with Larix, Pinus) in its northern limit.

C. populeti Panz. - UZB: Fergan. , 5 V 1969, Populus nigra (Da). KAZ: Kurcumsk. , Katon-Karagajsk. , Vost. Kazachst. , VIII 1961, P. tremula, mixed forest (Ju). C. salicivorus Walk. - TAJ: Kondara, Gissar. , 20 X 1959 (Ataeva). Kuljab, 25 V 1958 (Ataeva). Dusanbe, Bot. sad, 1 IV 1959, 1 IX 1959, 25 VI 1959 (Ataeva). Chanaka, 30 V 1959 (Ataeva). C. salicti Schrk. - UZB: Fergan. , 3 V 1969, Salix (Da). C. vitel/inae Schrk. - KAZ: Forest district Asu-Bulak, Kalbinsk. , Vost. Kazachst. , VI 1961, Salix, river valley (Ju).

IRAN: Tabriz, 11 IX 1974, Salvia (Re). A. taraxacicola Born. - IRAN: Baraghan, Karadj, 19 VI 1963, Taraxacum syriacum (Re). A. umbrella Born. - UZB: Taskent. , 26 V 1967, Malva neglecta (Da). Jangi-Jul. , Taskent. , VI 1962, Malva nigriflora, nr. an irrigation ditch (St). Achun-Babaev. , Fergan. , 9 V 1962, Malva (Lu). A. urticata Fabr. - UZB: Ak-Tas, Catkal. , 2 VI 1976, Urtica, mesophilic forest (St). TAJ: Kondara, Gissar. , 25 V 1972, Urtica dioica (Ho). A. sp. - UZB: Jangi-Jul. , Taskent.

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