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Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University

Abstract

In Jizzakh region,differing much from quantity and Structure of types- orthopterian insects spread in Zomin national garden create an opportunity for both increasing the natural landscape types and reproducing of insects as there are plenty of minerals. According to the recent scientific results,orthopterian insects were defined to be 4 families,39 types belonging to 28 generation. Permanent types are 24, less gpread types are 15

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