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Mohammad Hossein Kazemi

Mohammad Hossein Kazemi
Tabriz Branch, Islamic Azad University, Tabriz , Iran

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We reared Ephedromyia debilopalpis Marikovskij (Dip.: Cecidomyiidae) for the fist time on Ephedra major (Ephedraceae) in the northwest of Iran in 2016. This is the new record of the genus and species for Iran. With including this new record, the known gall midge fauna of Iran reached 62 species and 34 genera.
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Brasema stenus (Bouček) (Hymenoptera: Chalcidoidea, Eupelmidae) was collected for the first time in the northwest of Iran and it is a new record for Iran and Asia. This report extends its distribution to the Middle East. Its important morphological characters are presented.
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Acoustic signaling is widespread amongst several orders of insect. Particularly, the orthopterans are one of the most well-known acoustically active orders. In the present work, the calling songs of 16 species belonging to the families Gryllidae, Gryllotalpidae and Tettigoniidae were sampled. The songs were recorded in the field or in laboratory fr...
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The acoustic chambers of the European mole cricket Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa (L., 1758) were studied in the north-west of Iran. Observations showed that all the calling burrows in this area had one horn shape entrance and branching tunnels beyond the bulb (the site of the head and thorax of insect in calling position). The patterns of these burrows w...
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The finding of Hockeria magna Bouček (Hym.: Chalcididae, Haltichellinae, Haltichellini) in the East-Azarbaijan province (northwest of Iran) represents the first record of this species in Iran. Specimens were captured in summer 2009 and 2010 with a Malaise trap. The known species of Hockeria from Iran were listed.
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Habrobracon hebetor Say (Hymenoptera: Braconidae) is one of the most important natural enemies that has been used for biological control of lepidopteran pests, so the sub-lethal effects of imidacloprid, abamactin and Bacillus thuringiensis Berliner (Bt) on progeny sex ratio (male/total) and adult longevity of H. hebetor were examined under laborato...
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A Braconidae species was obtained in a parasitoid rearing study performed with xylophagous pests in Ardebil province, northwest of Iran in 2012. These specimens were reared from the galleries of fruit bark beetle, Scolytus rugulosus (Muller) (Coleoptera: Scolytidae) and was identified as Dendrosoter middendorffii (Ratzeburg, 1848) (Hymenoptera: Bra...
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The seasonal study of wing dimorphism in the European mole cricket, Gryllotalpa gryllotalpa (Linnaeus, 1758) (Orthoptera: Gryllotalpidae), was carried out in northwest Iran. Based on present research, the long-winged (LW) morph appeared in early-mid spring when vegetation density is low and the crickets need to fly to search for food. Study of fore...
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Collection data of four subfamilies of Cerambycidae including, Aseminae, Lamiinae, Lepturinae and Prioninae are provided in this paper. Thirty three species are listed as the fauna of East Azarbayjan, northwestern Iran.
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Leptinotarsa decemlineata is a serious potato pest throughout the world that has developed resistance to many insecticides. This study investigated the virulence of two indigenous isolates of Beauveria bassiana, consisting of DEBI007 and IR1217C. Five different concentrations of each isolate, 1 × 10, 3.1 × 10, 1 × 10, 3.1 × 10 and 1 × 10 conidia ml...
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Pomegranate fruit moth, Ectomyelis ceratoniae Zeller (Lep.: Pyralidae) is the most important factor in quantitative and qualitative decreasing of pomegranate production. It is also amongst the most important obstacles in pomegranate exportation. The larvae injure pomegranate crops by direct or indirect damage. Its control therefore has a key role i...
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Four species of parasitoids were recorded from two species of bark beetles in Meshkin-Shahr, Ardebil province (northwest of Iran). Parasitoids were collected from the infested branches of various trees. These parasitoids include families Braconidae, Eulophidae, Eurytomidae and Pteromalidae. The wasps collected were identified as Dendrosoter middend...
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Problem Statement: Psyllids as a small group of insects with plant feeding adult and nymphal stages, not only could have direct feeding damages but they could also transmit plant diseases especially viruses. Bactericera tremblayi had recently increased to high densities in onion fields in East Azarbaijan province in Iran and the pest had become wid...
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The cabbage aphid, Brevicoryne brassica was reported from Iran by Afshar in 1317. This pest caused economic damage to cabbage family. The antibiosis mechanism of the resistance was investigated at 4-6 phenological leaf stage, in Uorica, Hayola 401, Hayola 308, Parkland and PF (7045, 91) under glasshouse conditions of 24°C±1, with 65-75% R.H. and ph...
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In recent years, the Russian Wheat Aphid, has been included worldwidely in the list of the important pests of cereals, particularly wheat plants. In addition to direct serious damage, the aphid is the main vector of Barley Yellow Dwarf, Barley Mosaic, and Sugar-cane Mosaic Viruses. The pest was reported from East Azarbaidjan province (Iran) a few y...
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The fecundity of the aphid Rhopalosiphum padi during the first ten days of reproduction was measured on five wheats at three growth stages. The wheats were of UK and Iranian origin, but also involved both spring and winter wheats as well as hexaploid and tetraploid types. Aphids which had already been reared on the respective variety for at least o...
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Antixenosis in three wheat varieties (Timmo, Moghan 2 and Ommid) to Rhopalosiphum padi (L.) was measured by pairing plants of any two varieties with one plant of each pair treated with a soil drench of the systemic insecticide pirimicarb. Aphids were then allowed access to equivalent leaf areas from the two plants in a leaf cage. The results were c...

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