Vol.2(2) – (2020)

NEW…The new issue (Volume 2, issues 2) is published Nov 3, 2020.

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J.Het.Turk., 2(2):69-149, Nov, 2020 –


Contents

Kıyak, S., 2020, The First record of Deraeocoris flavilinea (A. Costa, 1862) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae) as an Invasive Alien Species (IAS) in the Anatolian Peninsula (Turkey). J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):69-74

Moulet, P., 2020, Reduvius nigritus sp. nov. (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Reduviidae, Reduviinae) from Turkish Anatolia. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):75-80

Bolu, H., 2020, Southeastern Anatolia Region Insect Fauna II (Order Hemiptera I: Suborder Heteroptera III: Pentatomoidea) of Turkey, J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):81-101

Amutkan Mutlu,D., Polat, I., Gözüpek, H., Suludere, Z., 2020, Notes on the gastric caecum in Ventocoris fischeri (Herrich-Schaffer,1851) (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae), J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):102-113

Kıyak, S., Fent, M., Dursun, A., 2020, A Preliminary List on the Host Plants of Lygaeoidea Species (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in Turkey- I., J..Het.Turk., 2 (2):114-133

Çerçi, B., 2020, Psallus (Psallus) flavellus Stichel, 1933, a new Miridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) species for the fauna of Turkey. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):134-139

Özgen, İ., Matocq, A., Örgel, S., 2020, The Some Miridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera:) Family Species by Collected by Light Traps in Western Turkey. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2): 140-143

Dursun, A., Fent, M., 2020, First Record of the Alien Species Zelus renardii (Kolenati, 1856) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Reduviidae) from Black Sea Region of Turkey. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2): 144-147

van der Heyden, T., 2020, First record of Sphedanolestes cingulatus (Fieber, 1864) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Reduviidae) in Greece. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):148-149


Kıyak, S., 2020, The First record of Deraeocoris flavilinea (A. Costa, 1862) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae) as an Invasive Alien Species (IAS) in the Anatolian Peninsula (Turkey). Journal of the Heteroptera of Turkey, 2(2), 69–74.
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ABSTRACT: In this study the first record of the Deraeocoris flavilinea (A. Costa, 1862) (Miridae: Deraeocorinae) in the Anatolian peninsula (Central Anatolia, Turkey) is given. With this new record, the distribution area has expanded to the East. The records of Turkey demonstrate definitively that it is an alien species for a great part of Europe and the Near East.
Kıyak, S., Gazi Universtiy, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Biology, 06500 Teknikokullar, Ankara, TURKEY E-mail: skiyak@gazi.edu.tr ORCID iD: 0000-0001-8167-8283
KEYWORDS: Heteroptera, Miridae, Deraeocoris flavilinea, Anatolia, Turkey, new record, invasive alien species (IAS), expansion, fauna.
Kıyak, S., 2020, The First record of Deraeocoris flavilinea (A. Costa, 1862) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Miridae) as an Invasive Alien Species (IAS) in the Anatolian Peninsula (Turkey). J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):69-74
Received: Jul 15, 2020 Revised: Jul 25, 2020 Accepted: Jul 28, 2020 Published: Nov 3, 2020

Moulet, P., 2020, Reduvius nigritus sp. nov. (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Reduviidae, Reduviinae) from Turkish Anatolia. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):75-80
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ABSTRACT: Reduvius nigritus nov. sp. is described from Anatolia, Turkey. The new species belongs to the R. pallipes-group Miller, 1955 and is close to R. komarovii (Jakovlev, 1885) and R. varipes Linnavuori, 1964 ; but male genitalia of the new species are distinctive. Illustrations of the pygphore of the three species are given.
Moulet, P., Museum Requien 67 rue Joseph Vernet F 84000 Avignon E-mail: pierre.moulet@mairie-avignon.com; pierre.moulet@wanadoo.fr ORCID ID: 0000-0002-1846-698X
KEYWORDS: Reduvius, sp. nov., Turkey.
Moulet, P., 2020, Reduvius nigritus sp. nov. (Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Reduviidae, Reduviinae) from Turkish Anatolia. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):75-80
Received: Jul 23, 2020 Revised: Sep 2, 2020 Accepted: Sep 8, 2020 Published online: Nov 3, 2020

Bolu, H., 2020, Southeastern Anatolia Region Insect Fauna II (Order Hemiptera I: Suborder Heteroptera III: Pentatomoidea) of Turkey, J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):81-101
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ABSTRACT: Evaluated on insect species in various ecologies have been conducted in the provinces (Adıyaman, Batman, Gaziantep, Diyarbakır, Mardin, Siirt, Şanlıurfa, Şırnak) of Southeastern Anatolia region between the years 1948-2019. During this study total 137 species were found in 5 families and in 1 superfamily Pentatomoidea of Hemiptera. The distribution of determined insect types according to the provinces, plant hosting and feeding type is also done. Information about their identification, host plants, and distribution in the Southeastern Anatolia Region was presented as detailed.
Bolu, H.,
Dicle University, Faculty of Agriculture, Department of Plant Protection, TR 21280, Diyarbakır, TURKEY,
E-mail: besni@dicle.edu.tr,
ORCİD ID: 0000-0001-5488-0056
KEYWORDS:Insect Fauna, Hemiptera, Heteroptera, Southeastern Anatolia Region, Turkey.
Bolu, H., 2020, Southeastern Anatolia Region Insect Fauna II (Order Hemiptera I: Suborder Heteroptera III: Pentatomoidea) of Turkey, J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):81-101
Received: Jul 15, 2020
Revised: Oct 20, 2020
Accepted: Oct 28, 2020
Published online: Nov 3, 2020

Amutkan Mutlu,D., Polat, I., Gözüpek, H., Suludere, Z., 2020, Notes on the gastric caecum in Ventocoris fischeri (Herrich-Schaffer,1851) (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae), J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):102-113
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ABSTRACT: Gastric caecum is the region of the midgut in alimentary canal of insects. The main role of the gastric caecum in digestion is secreting the digestion enzymes. In this study, the gastric caecum of Ventocoris fischeri (Herrich-Schaffer, 1851) (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae) was investigated with using light microscope and scanning electron microscope. In V. fischeri, the gastric caecum is the last part of the midgut and has four longitudinal rows. The wall of each row has single layer cuboidal epithelium. The lumen of the gastric caecum contains numerous bacteria that have a role in helping digestion. The gastric caecum is connected to the alimentary canal at the region called as the pylorus.
Amutkan Mutlu, D.1, Polat, I.2, Gözüpek, H., Suludere, Z.1
1-Gazi University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, Ankara, 06500, TURKEY
2-Çankırı Karatekin University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, Çankırı, 18100, TURKEY
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)
KEYWORDS: Insect, alimentary canal, midgut, light microscope, scanning electron microscope.
Amutkan Mutlu,D., Polat, I., Gözüpek, H., Suludere, Z., 2020, Notes on the gastric caecum in Ventocoris fischeri (Herrich-Schaffer,1851) (Heteroptera, Pentatomidae), J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):102-113
Received: Sep 30, 2020
Revised: Oct 9, 2020
Accepted: Oct 10, 2020
Published online: Nov 3, 2020

Kıyak, S., Fent, M., Dursun, A., 2020, A Preliminary List on the Host Plants of Lygaeoidea Species (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in Turkey- I., J..Het.Turk., 2 (2):114-133
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ABSTRACT: In this preliminary study hostplants relationships of Lygaeoidea species of Turkey are listed, discussed and summarised. The hostplants of Lygaeoidea species are from various floristic elements of Turkey. According to various families of the superfamily Lygaeoidea studies done between the years 1922-2020, a total of 222 plant taxa in 36 families have been identified as hostplants. 77 of these taxa are given at genus level and 145 of them at species level. These hostplants are shrubs, trees, and herbaceous vegetations. In this part of the study, lygaeoid species found on 36 host plant families of Turkey are listed alphabetically. The remaining plant families will be given in the second part of the study. The relationships between these species and the hostplants are discussed in this research review.
Kıyak S.1, Fent, M.2, Dursun, A.3,
1-Gazi University, Faculty of Sciences, Department of Biology, 06500, Ankara/Turkey
E-mail: skiyak@gazi.edu.tr ORCID iD: 0000-0001-8167-8283
2-Trakya University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, 22030, Edirne/Turkey. E-mail: m_fent@hotmail.com ORCID iD 0000-0001-5787-6714
3-Amasya University, Faculty of Arts and Science, Department of Biology, 05100, Amasya/Turkey
E-mail: ahmet.dursun@amasya.edu.tr ORCID iD: 0000-0002-5114-7470
KEYWORDS:Hemiptera, Lygaeoidea, host plant, relationship, Turkey
Kıyak, S., Fent, M., Dursun, A., 2020, A Preliminary List on the Host Plants of Lygaeoidea Species (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) in Turkey- I. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):114-133
Received: Sep 2, 2020
Revised: Oct 30, 2020
Accepted: Oct 31, 2020
Published online: Nov 3, 2020

Çerçi, B., 2020, Psallus (Psallus) flavellus Stichel, 1933, a new Miridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) species for the fauna of Turkey. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):134-139
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ABSTRACT: Psallus (Psallus) flavellus Stichel, 1933, collected in the European part of İstanbul, is recorded from Turkey for the first time. Its male, female, last instar nymph and vesica are illustrated. Characters that distinguish this species from other species of Psallus which are also associated with Fraxinus, are given.
Çerçi,B.,
Faculty of Medicine, University of Hacettepe, Turkey,
E-mail: www.heteropteran99@gmail.com
KEYWORDS: Psallus (Psallus) flavellus, new record, Turkey
Çerçi, B., 2020, Psallus (Psallus) flavellus Stichel, 1933, a New Miridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) Species for the Fauna of Turkey. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):134-139
Received: Sep 2, 2020
Revised: Oct 30, 2020
Accepted: Oct 31, 2020
Published online: Nov 3, 2020

Özgen, İ., Matocq, A., Örgel, S., 2020, The Some Miridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) Family Species by Collected by Light Traps in Western Turkey. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2): 140-143
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ABSTRACT: This study was carried out between 2013 to 2017 years in Western Turkey. The species were collected by light traps . Totally; The four teen species were recorded in Miridae
Family. These are: Lepidargyrus syriacus (Wagner, 1956), Lygus gemellatus gemellatus (Herrich-Schäffer, 1835), Deraeocoris (Camptobrochis) serenus (Douglas & Scott, 1868), Phytocoris
(Leptophytocoris) miridioides Lethierry, 1877, Phytocois (Phytocoris) setiger Reuter, 1896, Plagiognathus (Plagiognathus) chrysanthemi (Wolff, 1804), Trigonotylus pulchellus (Hahn,1834), Hallopadus concolor (Reuter, 1890), Psallus (Psallus) varians varians (Herrich-Schäffer, 1841), Plesiodema pinetella (Zetterstedt, 1828), Macrolophus pygmaeus (Rambur, 1839), Creontiades pallidus (Rambur, 1839), Campylomma diversicorne (Reuter, 1878),, Megalocoleus molliculus (Fallén, 1807).
Özgen, İ.1, Matocq, A.2, Örgel, S.3,
1-Fırat University, Engineering Faculty, Bioengineering Department, Elazığ, Turkey
2-Muséum national d’histoire naturelle, Département Adaptation du vivant, MECADEV, UMR7179 MNHN/CNRS, CP 50 Entomologie, 45 Rue Buffon, F-75231 Paris cedex 05
3-Celal Bayar University, Alaşehir Vocational School, TR-45600, Alaşehir, Manisa, Turkey.
Corresponding author: inancozgen@gmail.com
KEYWORDS: Miridae, Fauna, Western Turkey, new regional records.
Özgen, İ., Matocq, A., Örgel, S., 2020, The Some Miridae (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) Family Species by Collected by Light Traps in Western Turkey. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2): 140-143
Received: Oct 3, 2020
Revised: Oct 28, 2020
Accepted: Oct 31, 2020
Published online: Nov 3, 2020

Dursun, A., Fent, M., 2020, First Record of the Alien Species Zelus renardii (Kolenati, 1856) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Reduviidae) from Black Sea Region of Turkey. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2): 144-147
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ABSTRACT: In this study we report new additional record for Nearctic species Zelus renardii (Kolenati, 1856) (Reduviidae: Harpactorinae) from Black Sea Region of Turkey. Male genitalia were used to identify of the species and knowledge on the recognized distribution of this species in Turkey was given to summarized.
Dursun, A.,1 Fent, M.,2
1-Amasya University, Faculty of Arts and Science, Department of Biology, 05100, Amasya, Turkey. E-mail: ahmetdursun55@hotmail.com
ORCID ID: 0000-0002-5114-7470
2-Trakya University, Faculty of Science, Department of Biology, 22030, Edirne Turkey. E-mail: m_fent@hotmail.com ORCID ID: 0000-0001-5787-6714
KEYWORDS: Zelus renardii, first record, distribution, Black Sea Region, Turkey.
Dursun, A., Fent, M., 2020, First Record of the Alien Species Zelus renardii (Kolenati, 1856) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Reduviidae) from Black Sea Region of Turkey. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2): 144-147
Received: Oct 20, 2020
Revised: Oct 25, 2020
Accepted: Oct 31, 2020
Published online: Nov 3, 2020

van der Heyden, T., 2020, First record of Sphedanolestes cingulatus (Fieber, 1864) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Reduviidae) in Greece. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):148-149
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ABSTRACT:The first record of Sphedanolestes cingulatus (Fieber, 1864) for Greece is reported. Information on the known distribution of this species in the Mediterranean Region is summarized and discussed.
van der Heyden, T.,
Immenweide 83, D-22523 Hamburg, Germany.
E-mail: tmvdh@web.de
ORCID iD: 0000-0003-4138-7160
KEYWORDS:Sphedanolestes cingulatus, first record, distribution, Mediterranean Region.
van der Heyden, T., 2020, First record of Sphedanolestes cingulatus (Fieber, 1864) (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Reduviidae) in Greece. J.Het.Turk., 2 (2):148-149
Received: Sep 21, 2020
Revised: Oct 6, 2020
Accepted: Oct 12, 2020
Published online: Nov 3, 2020

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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 2020 volume 2(Issues 1 and 2).

Prof. Dr. Meral Fent (Trakya Univ., Edirne/Turkey), Prof. Dr. Ahmet Dursun (Amasya Univ., Amasya/Turkey), Prof. Dr. İnanç Özgen (Fırat Univ., Elazığ/Turkey), Dr.Petr Kment (Nat.Mus. Cirkusova Praha/Czech Republic), Prof. Dr. Suat Kıyak (Gazi Univ., Ankara/Turkey), Prof.Dr.Attilio Carapezza(Univ. of Palermo, Italy), Dr Paride Dioli (Nat.Hist.Mus., Milan/Italy), Assoc.Prof.Dr.Nikolay Simov(Nat.Mus.Nat.Hist.,Sofia/Bulgaria), Prof.Dr.Mirza Dautbasic(Univ,. Sarajevo, Bosnia-Herzegovina), Dr.İbrahim Küçükbasmacı(Kastamonu Univ.,Kastamonu Turkey), Prof. Dr. Demet Çetin, (Gazi Univ., Ankara/Turkey), Prof.Dr. Nursel Gül(Ankara Univ., Ankara/Turkey), Prof.Dr. Nesrin Özsoy(Ankara Univ., Ankara/Turkey), Prof.Dr.Reyhan Çolak(Ankara Univ., Ankara/Turkey), Assoc. Prof.Dr.Çetin Mutlu(Harran Univ., Şanlıurfa/Turkey), Assoc.Prof.Dr.Esra Per(Gazi Univ., Ankara/Turkey).