Biological and ecological aspects of hemipterans (heteroptera) pentatomomortha 1 on the area SNNP “Kolsay Koldery”
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Abstract

As a result of researchs of hemipterans’ biodiversity on the territory of “Kolsai Koldery”, 50 species from 31 genus and 5 families have been identified: Lygaeidae (39 species), Aradidae (5 species), Piesmatidae (2 species), Berytidae (3 species), Pyrrhocoridae (1 species). According to bybiological features and trophic connections, 5 species (10%) of mycetofage, 38 species (88%) of phytophage, 30 species (60%) of polyphythofagе, 6 species (12%) of large scale oligophythofagе, 6 species (12%) of narrow oligophythofagе, 2 species (4%) of monophage and 1 species (2%) of zoophythophage were identifid on the area of the SNNP “Kolsai Koldery”. According to environmental features the following groups of species were singled out: meso-xerophile -3 species (6%), mesophile -47 species (94%). As for inhabitation, the hemipterans on this territory fall into several categories: dendrobionts (8 species, 18%), dendro-thamnobionts (1 - 2%), hortobyonts (15 species, 30%), herpetobionts (14 species, 28%), herpeto- hortobyonts (11 species, 22%).

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