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Volume 1, Issue 1-2 (2019) – Published: Nov 30, 2019 –

J.Het.Turk., 1(1-2):1-51, Published: Nov 30, 2019 –


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Dioli, P., Özgen, İ., Cianferoni, F., 2019, First record of Leptopus hispanus Rambur, 1840 Hemiptera: Leptopodidae) for Eastern Anatolia (Turkey), J.Het.Turk., 1(1-2):1-3 (RESEARCH ARTICLE)

Kıyak, S., Alacapunar, P., Özdamar, H., 2019, The Second Record of Perillus bioculatus (Fabricius, 1775) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), Invasive Alien Species (IAS) from Anatolia, J.Het.Turk., 1(1-2):4-6 (RESEARCH ARTICLE)

Per, E., 2019, The first assessment of Heteroptera (Hemiptera) ectoparasite records on Psittaciformes (Aves) species, J.Het.Turk., 1(1-2):7-15. (REVIEW ARTICLE)

Fent, M., Dursun, A., 2019, An Overview on the Fauna of Piesmatidae (Heteroptera) of Turkey with a new record for the Turkish Thrace: Parapiesma quadratum (Fieber, 1844), J.Het.Turk., 1(1-2):16-19. (RESEARCH ARTICLE)

Baymak, D., Kıyak, S., 2019, Six new records for the Heteroptera (Hemiptera) fauna of Kosovo, J.Het.Turk., 1(1-2):20-24. (RESEARCH ARTICLE)

Özgen, İ., Dioli, P., 2019, Contribution to the knowledge of Lygaeidae and Miridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in East Anatolia, J.Het.Turk., 1(1-2):25-32. (RESEARCH ARTICLE)

Çerçi, B., Gözüaçık, G., 2019, Contribution to Pentatomoidea (Heteroptera) Fauna of Iğdır and Istanbul with Three New Records for Turkish Fauna, J.Het.Turk., 1(1-2):33-40. (RESEARCH ARTICLE)

Amutkan Mutlu, D., Polat, I., Gözüpek, H., Suludere, Z., 2019, Ventocoris fischeri (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1851) (Heteroptera:Pentatomidae)’nin Tükürük Bezlerinin Morfolojisi ve Histolojisi, J.Het.Turk.,1(1-2):41-51.(ARAŞTIRMA MAKALESİ / RESEARCH ARTICLE)



Articles in this issue


First record of Leptopus hispanus Rambur, 1840 (Hemiptera: Leptopodidae) for Eastern Anatolia (Turkey) Rambur, 1840

Paride Dioli, İnanç Özgen,  Fabio Cianferoni

AbstractAuthors and affiliationsKeywordsTo cite this article:PDFArticle History
ABSTRACT: Leptopus hispanus Rambur, 1840 is recorded for the first time from Eastern Anatolia (Turkey). This species is widespread from Mediterranean to Central Asia, but in Turkey it was known until now only from the southern of Anatolia. This record is the eastern- and northernmost one for Turkey
Paride Dioli 1, İnanç Özgen 2, Fabio Cianferoni 3,4
1-Natural History Museum, Department of Entomology, Corso Venezia 55, Milan.Italy. E-mail: paridedioli@virgilio.it
2-Fırat University, Engineering Faculty, Bioengineering Department, Elazığ, Turkey. E-mail: inancozgen@gmail.com
3-University of Florence, Natural History Museum, Zoological Section “La Specola”, I-50125, Via Romana 17, Florence, Italy. E-mail: cianferoni.fabio@gmail.com
4-CNR—National Research Council of Italy, Research Institute on Terrestrial Ecosystems, Via Madonna del Piano 10, I-50019 Sesto Fiorentino (Florence), Italy.
KEYWORDS: Leptopus hispanus, Eastern Turkey, first record
Dioli,P.,Özgen,İ., Cianferoni, F.,2019, First record of Leptopus hispanus Rambur, 1840 Hemiptera: Leptopodidae) for Eastern Anatolia (Turkey), J.Het.Turk.,1(1-2):1-3
Received: Sep 13, 2019
Revised: Oct 19, 2019
Accepted: Nov 20, 2019
Published: Nov 30, 2019

The Second Record of Perillus bioculatus (Fabricius, 1775)
(Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), Invasive Alien Species
(IAS) from Anatolia

Suat Kıyak, Pınar Alacapunar, Hakan Özdamar

AbstractAuthors and affiliationsKeywordsTo cite this article:PDFArticle History
ABSTRACT: In this paper new data on invasive alien species (IAS): Perillus bioculatus (Fabricius, 1775) as a second record for asian part (Anatolian) of Turkey are presented.
Specimen is observed in Ankara, and this is the second record for anatolien part of Turkish (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae) fauna. The results of the study, its is confirmed occurrence in Anatolia.
Suat Kıyak*, Pınar Alacapunar**, Hakan Özdamar*
*Gazi University, Science Faculty, Biology Department, Teknikokullar-Ankara/ Turkey E-mail: skiyak@gazi.edu.tr
**Yakacık mah. Bahtiyar sk., Keçiören-Ankara/Turkey
KEYWORDS: Perillus bioculatus (Fb.,1775), Heteroptera, Ankara, second record Anatolia,
Turkey.
Kıyak, S., Alacapunar, P. & Özdamar, H., 2019, The Second Record of Perillus bioculatus (Fabricius, 1775) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), Invasive Alien Species (IAS) from Anatolia, J.Het.Turk.,1(1-2):4-6.
Received: Sep 30 , 2019
Revised: Oct 18 , 2019
Accepted: Oct 20, 2019
Published: Nov 30, 2019

The first assessment of Heteroptera (Hemiptera) ectoparasite
records on Psittaciformes (Aves) species

Esra Per

AbstractAuthors and affiliationsKeywordsTo cite this article:PDFArticle History
ABSTRACT:Some insect species of the Heteroptera (Hemiptera) (true bugs) suborder from Arthropoda class, are present as ectoparasites in some reptile, bird and mammal species. These species are fed by blood-sucking and are considered economically harm-ful. Parrot species belonging to the order Psittaciformes (Aves) show a native distribution in tropical and subtropical regions, but some species have started to be invasive or alien species in other countries except the native range. There is no current list of ectoparasi-tes carried by parrots that are important in the world animal trade. This research was designed on two orders of animals, host and ectoparasites of economic importance. The aim of this study is to present the Heteroptera species that are infected to Psittaciformes species worldwide. Studies on this subject all over the world. Five Psittaciformes species were found to be infected with 11 Heteroptera species. Heteroptera species usually infect insectivorous and predatory birds. Infection of economically important Psittaciformes species by Heteroptera species should be monitored.
Esra Per
Gazi University, Science Faculty, Biology Department, Teknikokullar-Ankara/ TurkeyE-mail: esraper@gazi.edu.tr ORCID iD: 0000-0002-7764-1215
KEYWORDS: Insect, True bug, Parrot, Economic importance, infection.
Per, E.,2019, The first assessment of Heteroptera (Hemiptera) ectoparasite records on Psittaciformes (Aves) species, J.Het.Turk.,1(1-2):7-15.
Received: Oct 14, 2019
Revised: Nov 8, 2019
Accepted: Nov 10, 2019
Published: Nov 30, 2019


An Overview on the Fauna of Piesmatidae (Heteroptera) of Turkey with a new record for the Turkish Thrace: Parapiesma quadratum (Fieber, 1844)

Meral Fent, Ahmet Dursun

AbstractAuthors and affiliationsKeywordsTo cite this article:PDFArticle History
ABSTRACT: Parapiesma quadratum (Fieber, 1844) was identified in Kırklareli province during field studies in the Turkish Thrace in 2016. This is the first record of P. quadratum from the Thrace Region and is also the first finding of the Piesmatidae family in this region. In this study, the distribution informations of P. quadratum and other species belonging to the family Piesmatidae in Turkey were given and shown on the map.
Meral Fent* Ahmet Dursun**
*Trakya University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, 22030 Edirne/ Turkey E-mail: m_fent@hotmail.com
** Amasya University, Faculty of Arts and Science, Department of Biology, 05100 Amasya/ Turkey
KEYWORDS: Parapiesma quadratum, new record, Piesmatidae, Heteroptera, Turkish Thrace, Turkey
Fent, M., Dursun, A., 2019, An Overview on the Fauna of Piesmatidae (Heteroptera) of Turkey with a new record for the Turkish Thrace: Parapiesma quadratum (Fieber, 1844), J.Het.Turk.,1(1-2):16-19
Received: Oct 28, 2019
Revised:
Accepted : Nov 11, 2019
Published: Nov 30, 2019

Six new records for the Heteroptera (Hemiptera) fauna of Kosovo

Devrim Baymak,     Suat Kıyak

AbstractAuthors and affiliationsKeywordsTo cite this article:PDFArticle History
ABSTRACT:This study was conducted based on 14 specimens belonging to 6 species of 5 genera in 4 families of the suborder Heteroptera (Hemiptera). The specimens were collected during fieldwork in Prizren, Peja, Shtime, Istok, Gjakova and Strpce provinces from Kosovo in 2012. All these six species in this study are new records for the Kosovo. These species; Brachycoleus decolor Reuter, 1887 and Lygus rugulipennis, (Poppius, 1911) (Miridae); Nabis limbatus Dahlbom, 1851 and Nabis capsiformis (Germar, 1838) (Nabidae); Monosteira unicostata (Mulsant & Rey) (Tingidae); Gampsocoris culicinus culicinus Seidenstücker, 1948 (Berytidae).
The distribution of each species are presented in Kosovo and showed map. Infection of economically important Psittaciformes species by Heteroptera species should be monitored.
Devrim Baymak1 Suat Kıyak2
1National Institute of Public Health of Kosova, 10000 Nëna Tereze, Pristina, Kosovo
2Gazi University, Faculty of Science, Biology Department, 06500-Teknikokullar-Ankara/ Turkey e-mail: skiyak@gazi.edu.tr
KEYWORDS:>Heteroptera, new records, fauna, Kosovo.
Baymak, D., Kıyak,S ., 2019, Six new records for the Heteroptera (Hemiptera) fauna of Kosovo, J.Het.Turk.,1(1-2):20-24..
Received: Oct 15, 2019
Revised: Nov 10, , 2019
Accepted: Nov 12, 2019
Published: Nov 30, 2019


Contribution to the knowledge of Lygaeidae and Miridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in East Anatolia

İnanç Özgen, Parode Dioli

AbstractAuthors and affiliationKeywordsTo cite this article:PDFArticle History
ABSTRACT: In this paper, 11 species of the family Lygaeidae and Miridae belonging to the subordo Heteroptera (Hemiptera) recorded from Elazığ, Tunceli and Malatya provinces of Eastern Anatolia,
Turkey, are discussed. Among them, belonging to Lygaeidae family Peritrechus meridionalis Puton, 1877, Pezocoris apicimacula (A. Costa, 1853), Tropistethus fasciatus Ferrari, 1874, Horvathiolus superbus (Pollich, 1781)and belonging to Miridae family Globiceps (Globiceps) sphaegiformis (Rossi, 1790), Psallus quercus (Kirschbaum, 1856), Grypocoris melanopygus Horváth, 1906, Acetropis carinata (Herrich-Schäffer, 1842) are reported for the first time from Eastern Anatolia of Turkey.
In addition, many species are newly reported to studied provinces.
İnanç Özgen*, Parode Dioli**
*Firat University, Bioengineering Department, Elazığ, Turkey. E-mail: inancozgen@gmail.com
**Natural History Museum, Department of Entomology, Milan.Italy. E-mail: paridedioli@virgilio.it
KEYWORDS: Contribution, Fauna, East Anatolia, Lygaeidae, Miridae, Heteroptera.
Özgen, İ., Dioli, P., 2019, Contribution to the knowledge of Lygaeidae and Miridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in East Anatolia, J.Het.Turk.,1(1-2):25-32.
Received: Oct 25, 2019
Revised: Nov 11, 2019
Accepted : Nov 13, 2019
Published: Nov 30, 2019


Çerçi, B., Gözüaçık, G., 2019, Contribution to Pentatomoidea (Heteroptera) Fauna of Iğdır and Istanbul with Three New Records for Turkish Fauna

Barış Çerçi, Celalettin Gözüaçık

AbstractAuthors and affiliationKeywordsTo cite this article:PDFArticle History
ABSTRACT: In this study, 34 species of Pentatomidae and 3 species of Scutelleridae are recorded from Iğdır and 1 species of Scutelleridae is recorded from Istanbul. Among these species, Tarisa elevata Reuter, 1901, Brachynema signatum Jakovlev, 1879 and Phimodera amblygonia Fieber, 1863 are recorded from Turkey for the first time.
Barış Çerçi1, Celalettin Gözüaçık2
1) Faculty of Medicine, Hacettepe University, Ankara, Turkey – e-mail: ww.heteropteran99@gmail.com
2) Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Plant Protection, Iğdır University, Iğdır, Turkey
KEYWORDS:Pentatomidae, Scutelleridae, Iğdır, İstanbul, new records, Turkey.
Çerçi, B., Gözüaçık, G., 2019, Contribution to Pentatomoidea (Heteroptera) Fauna of Iğdır and Istanbul with Three New Records for Turkish Fauna, J.Het.Turk.,1(1-2):33-40
Received: Nov 11, 2019
Revised: Nov 19, 2019
Accepted : Nov 20, 2019
Published: Nov 30, 2019


Ventocoris fischeri (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1851) (Heteroptera:Pentatomidae)’nin Tükürük Bezlerinin Morfolojisi ve Histolojisi

Damla Amutkan Mutlu, Irmak Polat, Hanife Gözüpek, Zekiye Suludere

Özet / AbstractYazarlar ve Kurumları / Authors and affiliationAnahtar Kelimeler / KeywordsAtıf Künyesi / To cite this article:PDFMakale süreci / Article History
ÖZET: Bu çalışmada, bir Hemiptera türü olan Ventocoris fischeri (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1851)’in tükürük bezinin morfoloji ve histolojisi stereomikroskop, ışık mikroskobu ve taramalı elektron mikroskobu (SEM) kullanılarak detaylı bir şekilde araştırılmıştır. V. fischeri’nin sindirim kanalının ön bağırsağına paralel uzanan bir çift tükürük bezi bulunmaktadır. Her tükürük bezi, esas tükürük bezi ve yardımcı tükürük bezi olmak üzere iki parçadan oluşmaktadır. Esas tükürük bezi ise anterior lob ve posterior lob olarak adlandırılan iki farklı kısma ayrılmaktadır. Esas tükürük bezinin her iki lobunun kesitleri incelendiğinde bezin lümenini tek tabaklı epitel dokunun çevrelediği görülmektedir. Yardımcı tükürük bezlerinde de tek katlı epitel bulunmaktadır. Ancak bu tabakaya ek olarak hücrelerin apikal tarafında lümeni kitin tabakası çevrelemektedir. Yapılan bu çalışma ile V. fischeri’nin tükürük bezi yapısı araştırılmış, daha önce yapılan diğer çalışmaların bulguları ile benzerlik ve farklılıkları ortaya konmuştur.

ABSTRACT: In this study, the morphology and histology of the salivary gland of Ventocoris fischeri (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1851), a Hemiptera species, were investigated in detail using stereomicroscope, light microscope and scanning electron microscope (SEM). V. fischeri has a pair of salivary glands extending parallel to the foregut of the digestive tract. Each salivary gland is composed of two parts, main salivary gland and accessory salivary gland. The main salivary gland is divided into two different parts called anterior lobe and posterior lobe. When the sections of both lobes of the main salivary gland are examined, it is seen that the lumen of the gland is surrounded by monolayer epithelial tissue. There is also a single-layer epithelium in the accessory salivary glands. However, in addition to this layer, chitin layer surrounds the lumen on the apical side of the cells. With this study, the structure of V. fischeri’s salivary gland was investigated and similarities and differences with the results of previous studies were revealed.

Damla Amutkan Mutlu1, Irmak Polat2, Hanife Gözüpek, Zekiye Suludere1

1 Gazi Üniversitesi, Fen Fakültesi, Biyoloji bölümü, Ankara, 06500, TÜRKİYE
2 Çankırı Karatekin Üniversitesi, Fen Fakültesi, Biyoloji bölümü, Çankırı, 18100, TÜRKİYE
E-mails: damlamutkan@gazi.edu.tr, irmakyilmaz@gazi.edu.tr, zekiyes@gazi.edu.tr
ORCID IDs: 0000-0002-4780-8520(DAM), 0000-0001-7230-4589 (IP),
0000-0002-1207-5814 (ZS)

ANAHTAR KELİMELER: Böcek, tükürük bezi, Heteroptera, ışık mikroskobu, taramalı elektron mikroskobu, Ventocoris fisheri (H.-S.,1851)

KEYWORDS: Insect, salivary gland, Heteroptera, light microscope, scanning electron microscope, Ventocoris fisheri (H.-S.,1851).

Amutkan Mutlu, D., Polat, I., Gözüpek, H., Suludere, Z., 2019, Ventocoris fischeri (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1851) (Heteroptera:Pentatomidae)’nin Tükürük Bezlerinin Morfolojisi ve Histolojisi, J.Het.Turk.,1(1-2):41-51

Amutkan Mutlu, D., Polat, I., Gözüpek, H., Suludere, Z., 2019,, Morphology and Histology of Salivary Glands of Ventocoris fischeri (Herrich-Schaeffer, 1851) (Heteroptera: Pentatomidae), J.Het.Turk.,1(1-2):41-51

Geliş tarihi/Received: Kasım/Nov 20, 2019
Düzeltme / Revised: Kasım / Nov 22, 2019
Kabul tarihi / Accepted : Kasım / Nov 22, 2019
Yayın tarihi / Published: Kasım / Nov 30, 2019


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Thanks to Reviewers

Editor in Chief of the “Journal of the Heteroptera of Turkey” would like to thanks the following scientists/experts for reviewing the articles to submitted and published in the journal in 2019.

Prof. Dr. Meral Fent (Trakya Univ., Edirne/Turkey), Prof. Dr. Ahmet Dursun (Amasya Univ., Amasya/Turkey), Prof. Dr. İnanç Özgen (Fırat Univ., Elazığ/Turkey), Prof. Dr. Suat Kıyak (Gazi Univ., Ankara/Turkey) , Prof. Dr. Demet Çetin (Gazi Univ., Ankara/Turkey), Prof.Dr. Nursel Gül (Ankara Univ., Ankara/Turkey)

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