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Nesreen M. Abd El-Ghany, Atef Sayed Abdel-Razek, Ibrahim M.A. Ebadah and Youssf A. Mahmoud

) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) to tomato plants in Egypt. p. 34. In: Proceedings of the 11th Arab Congress of Plant Protection, Amman, Jordan, 9-13 November 2014. Abd El-Ghany N.M., Abdel Ghany E.M., Salama H.S. 2015. Efficiency of new B. thuringiensis isolates from Egypt against the pink bollworm Pectinophora gossypiella (Saunders). Biopesticides International 11 (1): 12-19. Abd El-Ghany N.M., Abdel-Wahab E.S., Ibrahim S.S. 2016. Population fluctuation and evaluation the efficacy of pheromone- based traps with different color on tomato leafminer

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Q. Zhang, Z. Y. Zhang, S. Z. Lin and Y. Z. Lin

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Józef Razowski and Vitor Osmar Becker

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Saeedeh Javar, Ahmad Said Sajap, Rozi Mohamed and Lau Wei Hong

(Noctuidae: Lepidoptera) in Benguet. BSU Res. J. 56: 73-84. Chen Q.J., Yang J.Q., Zhang J.Z., Zhang Y.Z., Chen J.H. 2002. Effect of temperature on laboratory population of Spodoptera litura (Fabricius) in tobacco fields. Tob. Sci. Technol. 2: 42-45. Chu Y.I., Yang S.C.O. 1991. Ovipositional biology of the tobacco cutworm ( Spodoptera litura (F.)). Chin. J. Entomol. 11 (3): 188-196. Coudron T.A., Wittmeyer J., Kim Y. 2002. Life history and cost analysis for continuous rearing of Podisus maculiventris (Say) (Heteroptera

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S. Khaghaninia, S. Mohammadi, A. Srafrazi, K. Nejad and R. Zahiri

Geometric Morphometric Study on Geographic Dimorphism of Coding Moth Cydia Pomonella (Lepidoptera, Tortricidae) from North West of Iran

During years 2003-2004, nine geographical populations of codling moth Cydia pomonella (Linnaeus) from 4 north western provinces of Iran were collected. By preparing 575 images from fore wings and 564 from hind wings, a total of 15 and 11 landmarks were determined for fore and hind wings, respectively. With transforming of landmark's geometrical data into partial warp scores, 26 and 18 scores were obtained for fore and hind wings, respectively. Canonical correlation analysis (CCA) revealed significant correlation between environmental parameters and wing shape variables. Among environmental parameters, wind speed showed the highest correlation with wing shape variables whereas, the correlation between latitude, relative humidity as well as amount of precipitation and wing shape variables was low. Considering the effect of various environmental parameters on wing shape, wind speed was determined as important parameter affecting geographic dimorphism. Among the populations collected from different regions, two geographic population pairs; Meshkinshahr-Mahneshan and Zandjan-Khoramdareh were selected as representative of low and high windy regions, respectively. Relative warp analysis (RWA) of fore and hind wings shape variables in the areas with high and low wind showed shorter and wider fore wings as well as slender and narrower hind wings in populations from high windy regions compared with populations from low wind regions. Centroid size of fore and hind wings in high windy area populations were smaller compared with those from low windy ones as revealed by t-test. The results showed aerodynamic shape and small size of wings are as adapted traits for powerful flight and its control in high windy regions.

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Idin Zibaee and Mojtaba Esmaeily

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Fariba Sohrabi and Reza Hosseini

References Al-Jboory I.J., Katbeh-Bader A., Al-Zaidi S. 2012. First observation and identification of some natural enemies collected from heavily infested tomato by Tuta absoluta (Meyrick) (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae) in Jordan. Middle-East Journal of Scientific Research 11 (4): 435–438. Baniameri V., Cheraghian A. 2011. The current status of Tuta absoluta in Iran and initial control strategies. p. 20. In: “EPPO/IOBC/FAO/NEPPO Joint International Symposium on management of Tuta absoluta (tomato borer)”. Agadir, Morocco, 16–18 November 2011

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Bita Valizadeh, Arash Zibaee and Jalal Jalali Sendi

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Mohammed Mansour

S ugonyaev & S orokina (Hym., Trichogrammatidae). Arab Journal of Plant Protection, 16 (2): 66–73. B arnes M.M. 1991. Codling moth occurrence, host, race formation, and damage. [in:] L.P.S. van der G eest , H.H. E venhuis (eds.). Tortricid pests, Volume 5. Their biology, natural enemies and control. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 313–328. B arnay O., P izzol J., G ertz C., K ienlen J.C., H ommay G., L apchin L. 1999. Host Density-Dependence of Discovery and Exploitation Rates of Egg Patches of Lobesia botrana (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae) and

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T Imai and Y Kasaishi

, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands 1999, pp. 25–36. 4. Imai, T., Y. Kasaishi, and T. Fukushima: Influence of Trap Position with Respect to Height and Placement Surface on Capture of the Tobacco Moth, Ephestia elutella (Hübner) (Lepidoptera: Pyralidae), in Phero-mone Traps; Beitr. Tabakforsch. Int. 24 (2010) 29–32. 5. Anonymous: Product information; Fuji Flavor Co. Ltd., Tokyo (accessed August 2011) http://www.fjf. co. jp/en/ecomon/product/gachon/index. html 6. Anonymous