Fauna of predatory mites (Acari: Phytoseiidae) in the artificially established stands on the reclaimed mine soils
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The fauna of predatory mites was researched in the artificially established stands of Alnus glutinoas (L.) Gaertn., Pinus nigra Arn., P. silvestris L. And Larix leptolepis (S. et Z.) Gard. on the reclaimed mine soils of Mining Energy Industrial Complex Kolubara, in the territory of Lazarevac, Central Serbia, over the period 2006-2010. Fifteen different plant species from thirteen gena were studied: Acer L., Alnus Hill., Amorpha L., Cerasus Juss., Crataegus L., Fragaria L, Juglans L., Morus L., Populus L., Quercus L., Robinia L., Rubus L i Salix L.. The representatives of family Phytoseiidae were found on almost all observed plant species. The presence of nine phytoseiidae species was determined on this occasion.
Keywords:Phytoseiidae / predatory mites / reclaimed mine soils
Source:Sustainable Forestry: Collection, 2010, 61-62, 75-80
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