Hliakouskaya E.I., Rhyzhaya A.V. 2018. [Invasive phytophage species in introduced plants pest complexes in urbocoenoses green plantations of Grodno Neman River region, Belarus] // Euroasian Entomological Journal. Vol.17. No.2: 87–91 [in Russian, with English summary].

Grodno State Yanka Kupala University, E. Ozeshko str. 22, Grodno 230023 Belarus.

Belarusian State University, av. Nezavisimosti, 4, Minsk, 220050, Belarus.

E-mail: ekaterina.g91@mail.ru; rhyzhaya@mail.ru.

doi: 10.15298/euroasentj.17.2.02

ABSTRACT. The aim identity of native and invasive species of phytophagous pests of woody and shrubby plants under the conditions of green plantations of Grodno Neman River region was investigated: 122 species of arthropod phytophages from two classes, 7 orders, 18 families and 71 genera were identified, and 20 invasive species were widespread on 13 arboreal and shrubby plant species. The largest number of species (3) for found in the genus Aceria Keifer, 1944. Half of the identified invasive species are gall-forming. The estimated injury level of most invaders was high (3 points on a 4-point scale). The period of harming varies from two to six months. Two complexes of invasive phytophagous species were formed on introduced plants of Fabaceae and Aceraceae under the urbocoenoses green plantation conditions of the Grodno Neman River region.

KEY WORDS: phytophagous, invaders, pests, green stands, Grodno Poneman region.

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