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Emine Çikman – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Revised checklist of Turkish Agromyzidae (Diptera) with a new record
    , 2012
    Co-Authors: Emine Çikman
    Abstract:

    Bu calismada, Turkiye Agromyzidae (Diptera) faunasinin gozden gecirilmis tur listesi verilmistir. Bu calismayla birlikte onceden 165 olan tur sayisi 186’ya yukselmistir.

  • Parasitoids of the leafminers (Diptera: Agromyzidae) from Elazığ Province, Turkey.
    African Journal of Agricultural Research, 2012
    Co-Authors: Emine Çikman
    Abstract:

    This study was carried out to determine parasitoid species attacking leafminers in the family Agromyzidae (Diptera) in Elazog province during 2009-2010. Infested leaves with leafminer larvae were collected from both cultivated and non-cultivated plants twice a month. Adult parasitoids were obtained by rearing them from infested leaves in the laboratory. Four parasitoid species belonging to the Braconidae (Hymenoptera); Opius (Opiu s) agromyzicola Fischer, Phaedrotoma diversa (Szepligeti), Pseudopezomachus cursitans (Ferriere), and Xynobius (Xynobius ) discoidalis (Fischer) and eight parasitoid species; belonging to the Eulophidae (Hymenoptera); Chrysocharis liriomyzae Delucchi, Cirrospilus lyncus Walker, Closterocerus formosus (Westwood), Diglyphus isaea (Walker, 1838), D. minoeus (Walker), D. pachyneurus Graham, and two of Pteromalidae: Halticoptera circulus (Walker), and H. patellana (Dalman) were found. Among the parasioids reared, C. lyncus , C. formosus , H. circulus , and and H. patellana were recorded for the first time from species of Agromyzidae in Turkey. In this study, the percentage of O. agromyzicola , P. diversa , P. cursitans , and C. was generally low. D. isaea was the predominant parasitoid species found, accounting for 47.66% of parasitism.

  • Revised checklist of Turkish Agromyzidae (Diptera) with a new
    , 2012
    Co-Authors: Emine Çikman
    Abstract:

    Summary In this study the checklist of Turkish leafminers of the family Agromyzidae (Diptera) species is presented. With this study the number of leafminer species is updated to 186 species that was previously 165 species. Of these species, 57 belong to Agromyzinae and 129 species are Phytomyzinae. Agromyza alandensis Spencer, 1976, is new records for the Turkish fauna.

Miloš Černý – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • New records of Agromyzidae (Diptera) from Switzerland and an updated checklist
    Alpine Entomology, 2018
    Co-Authors: Miloš Černý, Gerhard Bächli
    Abstract:

    Here, we investigate about 5500 previously unidentified specimens from the collection of Gerhard Bachli. A total of 108 agromyzid species were added to the fauna of Switzerland. Consequently, the species richness of the Swiss agromyzids was increased to 395 species. The checklist of Agromyzidae of Switzerland was updated, and the complete list presented in appendix.

  • New records of Agromyzidae (Diptera) from Portugal, with an updated checklist
    Acta Musei Silesiae Scientiae Naturales, 2018
    Co-Authors: Miloš Černý, Rui Andrade, Ana Rita Gonçalves, Michael Von Tschirnhaus
    Abstract:

    Abstract New records of 110 species of the acalyptrate Diptera family Agromyzidae are given from Portugal, including Madeira, Porto Santo and the Azores. A quarantine plant pest, Nemorimyza maculosa (Malloch, 1913), was detected in the Old World for the first time. Details on Phytobia xylem- miners and a parthenogenetic Phytomyza species are recorded together with new distribution data. For certain species morphological and taxonomic notes and discussions on known or new host plants are added. A complete checklist of Agromyzidae of Portugal is presented.

  • Cerodontha (Poemyza) unisetiorbita Zlobin, 1993 (Diptera: Agromyzidae), a leaf-miner on bamboo: first records from Central Europe/ Cerodontha (Poemyza) unisetiorbita Zlobin, 1993 (Diptera: Agromyzidae), vrtalka minující na bambusu: první nálezy ve st
    Acta Musei Silesiae Scientiae Naturales, 2015
    Co-Authors: Miloš Černý, Jindřich Roháček
    Abstract:

    Abstract Cerodontha (Poemyza) unisetiorbita Zlobin, 1993 (Diptera: Agromyzidae) is added to the fauna of the Czech Republic and Germany, based on rearing records from the Zoological garden Zlín-Lešná (Czech Republic) and from the Bamboo garden near Hannover (Germany). The distribution and biology of C. (P.) unisetiorbita are reviewed. The new records are given with illustrated habitat and host-plant data and photographs of living females, puparium and a hymenopterous parasitoid (Braconidae) reared from the puparium, and their significance is discussed.

Hasan Sungur Civelek – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • The Parasitism Rate of Diglyphus isaea (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) on Liriomyza sativae Blanchard (Diptera: Agromyzidae) in Mugla Province
    , 2012
    Co-Authors: Eyyüp Mennan Yildirim, Oktay Dursun, Hasan Sungur Civelek, Ata Eskin
    Abstract:

    The Parasitism Rate of Diglyphus isaea (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) on Liriomyza sativae Blanchard (Diptera: Agromyzidae) in Mugla Province Eyyup Mennan YILDIRIM 1 Hasan Sungur CIVELEK2 Oktay DURSUN2 Ata ESKIN2 1 Adnan Menderes University, Sultanhisar Vocational Collage, 09470 Aydin, TURKEY 2 Mugla University, Art and Science Faculty, Biology Department, 48170 Kotekli-Mugla, TURKEY *Corresponding Author e-mail: emennan78@hotmail.com Liriomyza sativae Blanchard (Diptera: Agromyzidae) Blanchard is an important pests on bean in Turkey. Diglyphus isaea (Walker) (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae) is one of the most common parasitoid of L. sativae. The aim of this study was to determine the natural parasitism rate of D.isaea on L. sativae. This study was carried out during autumn seasons of 2006 and 2007 in six bean fields in Mugla province. No insecticide treatment was applied in all experimental fields throughout the production period in all experimental fields. The emerging leafminers and parasitoid adults were obtained an counted in the weekly sample leaves at laboratory. The parasitation rates were 32.01% for 2006 and 32.97% for 2007. The correlation coefficient was significantly positive between L.sativae and D. isaea population in both years (P< 0.01).

  • Türkiye Eulophidae (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea) faunasına yeni kayıtlarla katkılar
    , 2010
    Co-Authors: Z. A. Yefremova, Hasan Sungur Civelek, Peter S. Boyadzhiev, Oktay Dursun, Ata Eskin
    Abstract:

    Chrysomelidae, Curculionidae (Coleoptera), Agromyzidae, Cecidomyiidae, Drosophilidae, Tephritidae (Diptera), Aleyrodidae, Aphididae (Hemiptera), Cimbicidae, Diprionidae, Pamphilidae, Tenthredinidae (Hymenoptera), Bucculatricidae, Coleophoridae, Gelechiidae, Gracillaridae, Heliozelidae, Lasiocampidae, Nepticulidae, Pyralidae, Yponomotidae (Lepidoptera) (Noyes, 2009)

  • Parasitoids of Leafminers (Diptera: Agromyzidae) from Southeast Turkey with 3 New Records
    Turkish Journal of Zoology, 2006
    Co-Authors: Emine Çikman, Ahmet Beyarslan, Hasan Sungur Civelek
    Abstract:

    This study was carried out in order to determine parasitoid species of the family Agromyzidae (Diptera) in Diyarbakir and Mardin provinces during 2002-2004. Infested leaves with leafminer larvae were collected from both cultivated and non-cultivated plants twice a month. The adult parasitoids were obtained by rearing from infested leaves in the laboratory. Five parasitoid species belonging to the Braconidae (Hymenoptera) were found. These species, Bracon kirgisorum Telenga, 1936, Opius basalis Fischer, 1958, O. monilicornis Fischer, 1962, O. quasipulvis Fischer, 1989, O. exiguus Wesmael, 1835. B. kirgisorum, O. basalis and O. quasipulvis, were new records for the Turkish fauna. In this study, B. kirgisorum and O. quasipulvis were recorded for the first time in species of Agromyzidae. Nine parasitoid species belonging to the Eulophidae (Hymenoptera) were found. These species were Chrysocharis liriomyzae Delucchi, 1954, Cirrospilus vittatus Walker, 1838, Diglyphus crassinervis Erdos, 1958, D. isaea (Walker, 1838), D. minoeus (Walker, 1838), Hemiptarsenus zilahisebessi Erdos, 1951, Neochrysocharis formosa (Westwood, 1833), Pediobius metallicus (Nees,1834), and Pnigalio soemius (Walker, 1839). Two parasitoid species belonging to the Pteromalidae (Hymenoptera) were found. These species were Cyrtogaster vulgaris Walker, 1833, and Sphegigaster brevicornis (Walker, 1833). In this study, among the species, D. isaea was the most predominant parasitoid species found (49.80%).

Jindřich Roháček – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Cerodontha (Poemyza) unisetiorbita Zlobin, 1993 (Diptera: Agromyzidae), a leaf-miner on bamboo: first records from Central Europe/ Cerodontha (Poemyza) unisetiorbita Zlobin, 1993 (Diptera: Agromyzidae), vrtalka minující na bambusu: první nálezy ve st
    Acta Musei Silesiae Scientiae Naturales, 2015
    Co-Authors: Miloš Černý, Jindřich Roháček
    Abstract:

    Abstract Cerodontha (Poemyza) unisetiorbita Zlobin, 1993 (Diptera: Agromyzidae) is added to the fauna of the Czech Republic and Germany, based on rearing records from the Zoological garden Zlín-Lešná (Czech Republic) and from the Bamboo garden near Hannover (Germany). The distribution and biology of C. (P.) unisetiorbita are reviewed. The new records are given with illustrated habitat and host-plant data and photographs of living females, puparium and a hymenopterous parasitoid (Braconidae) reared from the puparium, and their significance is discussed.

M. J. W. Copland – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • The effect of host instar on the size and sex ratio of the endoparasitoidDacnusa sibirica
    Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 1995
    Co-Authors: P. Croft, M. J. W. Copland
    Abstract:

    Older instars of the leafminer host Chromatomyia syngenesiae Hardy (Diptera: Agromyzidae) at parasitization resulted in larger female adults of the larval-pupal endoparasitoid Dacnusa sibirica Telenga (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). The sex ratio in the parasitoid offspring became increasingly female biased and development period decreased with increasing age of the host at parasitization. Older host instars were therefore considered to produce a fitter parasitoid.

  • The effect of host instar on the size and sex ratio of the endoparasitoid Dacnusa sibirica
    Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 1995
    Co-Authors: P. Croft, M. J. W. Copland
    Abstract:

    Older instars of the leafminer host Chromatomyia syngenesiae Hardy (Diptera: Agromyzidae) at parasitization resulted in larger female adults of the larval-pupal endoparasitoid Dacnusa sibirica Telenga (Hymenoptera: Braconidae). The sex ratio in the parasitoid offspring became increasingly female biased and development period decreased with increasing age of the host at parasitization. Older host instars were therefore considered to produce a fitter parasitoid.

  • Larval morphology and development of the parasitoidDacnusa sibirica [Hym.: Braconidae] in the leafminer hostChromatomyia syngenesiae
    Entomophaga, 1994
    Co-Authors: P. Croft, M. J. W. Copland
    Abstract:

    The development of the parasitoid Dacnusa sibirica Telenga within its host Chromatomyia syngenesiae Hardy [Diptera: Agromyzidae] was studied. The three larval stages of D. sibirica are described. Parasitoid development was found to be influenced by the host stage parasitized. The duration of the egg and 1st instar larval stages, and overall developmental time from egg to adult, decreased with increasing age of the host at parasitization. Le développement du parasitoïde Dacnusa sibirica Telenga à l’intérieur de son hôte Chromatomyia syngenesiae Hardy (Dipt.: Agromyzidae) a fait l’objet de cette étude. Les trois stades larvaires de D. sibirica sont décrits. Le stade de l’hôte semble influencer le développement du parasitoïde. La durée du stade œuf et du développement du premier stade larvaire, et surtout la durée totale du développement, diminue au fur et à mesure que le stade de l’hôte est avancé au moment de la piqûre par le parasitoïde.