M. Lashkari

M. Lashkari
Kerman Graduate University of Technology | kgut · Department of Biodiversity

Ph. D. of Entomology

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Cacopsylla nasuta (Horváth), which is newly recorded from Iran, is redescribed based on specimens collected on Hippophae rhamnoides. The species is morphologically similar to but distinct from Cacopsylla hippophaes (Foerster). Morphological characters are discussed for separating the two taxa. It is concluded that C. nasuta is restricted to the mou...
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More than 104 aphid species are living on Rosa spp. in the world. So far, only 14 of them were reported from Iran. In this study, besides the species already living on Rosa in Iran, two aphid taxa, i.e., Maculolachnus sijpkensi Hille Ris Lambers, 1962, and M. submacula (Walker, 1848) (Hem.: Aphididae) living on Rosa beggeriana are reported for the...
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The physiological feeding reactions of cotton bollworm were investigated by evaluation of nutritional indices and enzyme activity of larvae reared on different rapeseed cultivars including, Sarigol, Rgs003 and Slm046. The experimental plants were treated by amounts of urea fertilizer equivalent to 120, 240 and 360 kg per hectare, in three developme...
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In this study the morphological body variation in five species of Gobiid fish from the intertidal zone of the Persian Gulf and Gulf of Oman have been investigated using 18 morphometric and also three meristic characters. According to the results, 19 of 21 morphological characters of studied species showed a significant statistical difference and am...
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Agonoscena pistaciae Burckhardt & Lauterer is a serious global economic pest of pistachio. Despite its economic importance, little is understood of its genetic diversity and population relatedness. We used two mitochondrial genes (COI and Cyt-b) and one nuclear sequence (ITS2) to investigate the genetic structure and diversity of 5 populations span...
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Diaphorina is a species-rich genus, native to the tropics and subtropics of the Old World, particularly of more arid regions. One of the species, Diaphorina citri, is the economically most important pest of citrus. Diaphorina species are morphologically similar which makes their identification difficult. In this study, the accuracy of DNA barcoding...
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The relationship between morphometric characters (length, weight and height) of otolith and fish standard length was determined for six intertidal gobiid species from the northern Persian Gulf and Oman Sea. A total of 144 sagittal otoliths were extracted and anlysed from Periophthalmus waltoni, Boleophthalmus dussumieri, Scartelaos tenuis, Istigobi...
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In a faunistic survey of the jumping plant-lice (Hemiptera: Psylloidea) in the province of Kerman, Iran, in 2016‒2017, one undescribed species, Cacopsylla paraspiculata Lashkari & Burckhardt, sp. nov., and one species new for Iran, Colposcenia orientalis (Klimaszewski, 1970), were collected. Descriptions and illustrations are provided for the two s...
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Fish are observed in different aquatic environments, including freshwater, marine and also intertidal zones. It is suggested that the urohyal bone is involved in the feeding function of fish. Information about the urohyal bone in different fish groups, including gobiids is rare. In the present study, changes in the shape of the urohyal bone were st...
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Fish are observed in different aquatic environments, including freshwater, marine and also intertidal zones. It is suggested that the urohyal bone is involved in the feeding function of fish. Information about the urohyal bone in different fish groups, including gobiids is rare. In the present study, changes in the shape of the urohyal bone were st...
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Species of Agonoscena (Hemiptera: Aphalaridae) are key pests of pistachio in all of the most important pistachio producing countries in the Old World. The efficiency and accuracy of DNA barcoding for the identification of Agonoscena species were tested using mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit 1 ( mtCO1 ) and cytochrome b ( cytb ) gene seque...
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During a faunistic survey of the jumping plant-lice (Hemiptera: Psylloidea) in the Iranian province of Kerman in spring 2015, Cacopsylla dissimilis (Baeva) comb. nov. was collected on Salix pycnostachya. This species was previously known only from Tajikistan. It is reported here for the first time from Iran. The host species, Salix pycnostachya, is...
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Jumping plant lice (Hemiptera: Psylloidea) are considered important vectors of plant diseases and also economically important pests in agriculture and forest ecosystems. Three psyllid species Psyllopsis repens Loginova, 1963, Psyllopsis securicola Loginova, 1963, and Psyllopsis machinosus Loginova, 1963 associated with the ash tree Fraxinus are mor...
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We present a list of 25 Chrysididae species mainly captured at high altitudes on mountains of the Kerman province, Iran. The numerous records evidences the rich biodiversity present at high altitudes in Iranian mountains up to an elevation of about 3000 m. The largest richness was observed in the 2100–2300m range. Elampus kashmirensis Nurse, 19...
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Dubas bug, Ommatissus lybicus de Bergevin (Hem.: Tropiduchidae), is a key pest of date palms in Iran. This pest was first reported on date palms in 1966 and has been established throughout the date producing regions in southern Iran since. Date palm is the only host plant of Dubas bug. It attacks almost all date palm varieties, esp. Mazafati variet...
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Jumping plant-lice are belonging to the order Hemiptera, suborder Sternorrhyncha, and superfamily Psylloidea, that have been considered as important vectors of plant diseases and also important pests in agriculture. So far, 95 psyllid species belonging to five families and 26 genus of Psylloidea superfamily has been recorded from Iran. In a faunist...
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The spatial distribution Pattern of Asian citrus psyllid (ACP), Diaphorina citri, nymphs on Lime and Orange was studied in Jiroft-Bluk section (Kerman Province, Iran) during 2014. The distribution pattern was analyzed using six methods: the indices of variance/mean relationship, coefficient of Green, Lloyd's mean crowding, K index, Iwao's patchines...
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The Asian citrus psyllid (ACP), Diaphorina citri Kuwayama (Hemiptera: Liviidae), vector of citrus greening disease pathogen, Huanglongbing (HLB), is considered the most serious pest of citrus in the world. Prior molecular based studies have hypothesized a link between the D. citri in Iran and the USA (Florida). The purpose of this study was to coll...
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The Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri Kuwayama (Hemiptera: Psyllidae), is one of the most serious pests of citrus in the world, because it transmits the pathogen, which causes citrus greening disease. To determine genetic variation among geographic populations of D. citri, microsatellite markers, mitochondrial gene cytochrome oxidase I (mtCOI)...
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Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri Kuwayama, is an important pest of citrus that transmits the bacterial pathogens responsible for citrus greening disease, also called Huanglongbing. The aim of the current study was to investigate the shape variations of the forewing among the Iranian geographic populations of D. citri, as well as one populatio...
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Asian citrus psyllid, Diaphorina citri Kuwayama, is one of the most serious pests of citrus in the world. In addition to its direct feeding damage, it is as a vector of the greening disease pathogen, Huanglongbing. In order to effective management of this pest, study of its potential geographical distribution is needed. In this study, the ecologica...
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Abstract Efficiency of imidacloprid and pymetrozine on population growth parameters of cabbage aphid, Brevicoryne brassicae L. (Homoptera: Aphididae) was determined using demographic toxicology by leaf dip method. At first, bioassay tests were performed. The LC50 value and confidence limit for imidacloprid and pymetrozine were 1.61 × 10−5 mol/L (0....

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