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A list of Heteroptera (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) noted in the Attica and Boeotia Districts from 1969 to 1975


, : A list of Heteroptera (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) noted in the Attica and Boeotia Districts from 1969 to 1975. Annales de l' Institut Phytopathologique Benakirecd 1982; 12(2): 183-187

A list is given of 15 species of Pentatomidae and 1 each of Stenocephalidae, Phymatidae and Coreidae that were collected in the wheatfields of Attica and Boeotia in Greece. The coreid Enoplops scapha illyricus (Horv.) was recorded for the first time in Greece, and particular attention is drawn to 3 species previously noted as being the most injurious pests of wheat in Greece Aelia rostrata Boh., Eurygaster maura (L.) and E. austriaca (Schr.).

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