CONTRIBUTIONS TO THE KNOWLEDGE OF THE EPIGEE COLEOPTEROPHUNA FROM APPLE TREE ORCHARDS WITH GRASSED BANDS BETWEEN ROWS SOWED WITH GUIDES (LOTUS CORNICULATUS)
In preparing this work, the material collected with the help of the soil traps type BARBER, of the "wet" type, was used in an apple tree orchards in the Deleşti area, Vaslui county. The traps operated from May to September inclusive.
The material from the traps was harvested periodically, throughout the vegetation period, depending on the pedoclimatic conditions, generally at intervals of 10-12 days.
At each of the 10 collections of the material, the liquid in the trap was replaced. The material was then determined, identifying the species of beetles.
The most frequently collected and the most numerous species are presented below: Harpalus calceatus (75 specimens), Harpalus pubescens (49 specimens), Anysodactilus binotatus (48 specimens), Harpalus tenebrosus (43 specimens).
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