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- Saulich, A. Kh.; Sokolova, I. V.; Musolin, D. L.
- Entomological revue 2017 v.97 no.2 pp. 143-157
- multivoltine habit, etc ; Autographa gamma; Diachrysia; Syngrapha; Trichoplusia ni; adults; climatic factors; color; diapause; larvae; larval development; latitude; longevity; moths; overwintering; polyphenism; population growth; pupae; pupation; seasonal development; seasonal variation; summer; temperature; univoltine habit; winter; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... Analysis of data on seasonal development of noctuid moths of the subfamily Plusiinae shows that the control of their seasonal cycles is poorly understood. At the same time, the available data demonstrate considerable diversity of the seasonal patterns of Plusiinae species from different regions. The homodynamic type of seasonal development has been found in Trichoplusia ni and Ctenoplusia agnata o ...
- Saulich, A. Kh.; Musolin, D. L.
- Entomological revue 2014 v.94 no.6 pp. 785-814
- multivoltine habit, etc ; Apateticus; Arma custos; Nezara antennata; Nezara viridula; Palomena angulosa; Perillus bioculatus; Picromerus bidens; Podisus maculiventris; breeding; color; diapause; estivation; hibernation; imagos; insect eggs; insects; phylogeny; prediction; seasonal development; seasonal variation; subtropics; summer; temperate zones; univoltine habit; winter; Show all 26 Subjects
- ... The paper reviews the diversity of seasonal cycles known in stink bugs (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae) from the temperate zone and is based on the data of 43 pentatomid species studied in detail up to date (Saulich and Musolin, 2011). All the seasonal cycles realized by pentatomids in the temperate zone can be divided into two large groups: univoltine and multivoltine cycles. In univoltine cycles, onl ...