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    Author(s): Tbrahim Cakmak; Tulin Aksit; Sultan Cobanoglu
    Date: 2006
    Source: Journal of Entomology 3(1): 34-39
    Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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    Pyemotes johnmoseri (Khaustov) (Acari: Pyemotidae) was collected from Hypoborus ficus (Erichson) and Hesperophanes griseus Fab. (Col.: Cerambycidae) in fig (Ficus carica cv Calymirna) orchards in Aydin, Turkey during 2003-2004. We describe and illustrate the male and female of P. johnmoseri as a new record for Turkish fauna

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    Cakmak, Tbrahim; Aksit, Tulin; Cobanoglu, Sultan. 2006. Pyemotes johnmoseri (Khaustov)(Acari: Pyemotidae) as a parasitoid of Xylophagous insects from Aydin, Turkey. Journal of Entomology 3(1): 34-39


    Acaria, pyemotidae, Pyemotes johnmoseri, Hypoborus ficus, Hesperophanes griseus, Ficus carica Turkey

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