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Predatory stink bug Perillus bioculatus Fabricius 1775 (Hemiptera, Pentatomidae) in the Republic of Moldova

Publication Type:Journal Article
Year of Publication:2014
Authors:V. Derjanschi, Elisovetskaya D.
Journal:Oltenia-studii si comunicari stiintele naturii
Keywords:Colorado potato beetle, ecological integration, Leptinotarsa decemlineata, Perillus bioculatus, predatory stink bug

In the central and northern part of the Republic of Moldova, at potato plantations, there was detected the stink bug Perillus bioculatus, which is considered as the main entomophage of the Colorado potato beetle. According to preliminary data, the conclusion is made that the North American bug has acclimatized spontaneously in the south-east of Europe. It is assumed that the ecological integration of this harmfull species in agrocoenosis will reduce essentially the quantitative effect of the phytophage Leptinotarsa decemlineata, but excluding the chemical treatments there will be obtained the ecologically pure agricultural products.

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