THE DIVERSITY OF COLEOPTERANS (COLEOPTERA: SCARABAEIDAE, SCOLYTIDAE, CURCULIONIDAE RHYNCHITIDAE) FROM THE PLUM ECOSYSTEMS IN POBORU LOCATION, OLT COUNTY

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https://doi.org/10.1234/aamc.v52i2.1402

Abstract

The present work is dedicated to the research of the current state of the fauna and the diversity of the coleoptera in the plum ecosystems in Poboru, Olt county.As a result of the investigations carried out in 2022, in the North-Eastern area of Olt county, the harmful coleoptera species collected in the analyzed orchard ecosystem were classified into 4 families: Scarabaeidae, Scolytidae, Curculionidae and Rhynchitidae. (P.Pasol, Ionela Dobrin , Loredana Frasin, , Treatise on special entomology, Pests of horticultural crops, 2007, page 209-220). Thus, in 2022, 11 species from the Scarabaeidae family, 3 species from the Scolytidae family, 5 species from the Curculionidae family and one species from the Rhynchitidae family were identified. According to the data obtained in 2022, the Scarabaeidae family represented 36.90%, the Scolytidae family was found in a proportion of 22.62%, the Curculionidae family 38.10%, and the Rhynchitidae family 2.38%.

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2023-01-07

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Working Group 3: Fundamentally Disciplines and Environment and Plant Management