Ilga Sokolova

Ilga Sokolova
Saint Petersburg State University | SPBU · Department of Entomology

Doctor of biological science

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January 2000 - December 2008
Saint Petersburg State University
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  • Researcher

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Analysis of data on seasonal development of noctuid moths of the subfamily Plusiinae shows that the control of their seasonal cycles is poorly understood. At the same time, the available data demonstrate considerable diversity of the seasonal patterns of Plusiinae species from different regions. The homodynamic type of seasonal development has been...
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The influence of photoperiod and temperature on the growth and development of the scarce silver-lines Bena bicolorana (Fuessly, 1775) (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae) was studied in Belgorod Province, Russia (50°N, 36°E). At temperatures of 21 and 24°C, all photoperiodic regimes with 12 to 17 h of light per day induced diapause in the IV instar larvae. At...
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The paper focuses on the influence of the day length on larval and pupal development of the dark spectacle Abrostola triplasia (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae: Plusiinae, Abrostolini) in the central European Russia (50°N, 36°E). The long-day qualitative photoperiodic response of diapause induction controls formation of the winter pupal diapause and determi...
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The data are obtained on development time at six constant temperatures (12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22°C) and thermal requirements for preimaginal development in a ground beetle Amara communis from Arkhangelsk (64°34′N) and St. Petersburg (59°53′N). The larval and pupal development times were found to be significantly shorter in the Arkhangelsk than in the...
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The thermal norms of egg development were studied in the ground beetles Amara communis, A. nitida, Carabus granulatus, Platynus assimilis, Poecilus versicolor, Pterostichus oblongopunctatus (spring breeding spe-cies), P. melanarius, and P. niger (autumn breeding species). The adults were collected in soil traps near Arkhangelsk, St. Petersburg, Mos...
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The thermal norms of egg development were studied in the ground beetles Amara communis, A. nitida, Carabus granulatus, Platynus assimilis, Poecilus versicolor, Pterostichus oblongopunctatus (spring breeding species), P. melanarius, and P. niger (autumn breeding species). The adults were collected in soil traps near Arkhangelsk, St. Petersburg, Mosc...
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The data are obtained on development time at six constant temperatures (12, 14, 16, 18, 20, 22°C) and thermal requirements for preimaginal development in a ground beetle Amara communis from Arkhangelsk (64°34'N) and St. Petersburg (59°53'N). The larval and pupal development times were found to be significantly shorter in the Arkhangelsk than in the...
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Charanyca trigrammica is a univoltine species over its whole distribution range. To study the diapause-inducing factors, caterpillars were reared at 24°C and day lengths of 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18 h. In all the studied regimes, pupation was not recorded, suggesting an obligate diapause. However, the development was faster under short days. T...

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