Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


This article contains information of main types of Miridae bugs family, definitions of their contain, season dynamics and development in Surkhandarya and Kashkadarya regions.Systematical analysis of selected biomaterial shows that there are connected with 25 types belonging to 16 generations and 4 subfamilies. In cotton biocenosis we can meet 12 types which includ 9 types of phytophages, and 3 types belong to zoophages and zoopfytophages. Creontiades pallidus phytophages and Campylomma verbasci zoopfytophages are most popular in cotton fields. We can see that they are consisting in 90–95 % of general amount of bugs.

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