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, 1798) (Hymenoptera: Formicidae) in South Moravia. Myrmecological News 10: 85–90. Omelková M. The present distribution and nest tree characteristics of Liometopum microcephalum

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rodent species from Robinia pseudoacacia stands in South Moravia . Acta Theriol. 39 : 333 - 337 . Heroldova , M. , J. Zejda , M. Zapletal , D. Obdrzalkova , E. Janova , J. Bryja

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., Martínez, J., Mena, A. (2007) Morphological and molecular characterization of grapevine accessions known as Moravia/o ( Vitis vinifera L.) Am. J. Enol. Vitic. 58 , 544–547. Mena A

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. Nováková , L. and P. Šťastná . 2013 a. Diversity of Carabidae in limestone quarries of South Moravia . Acta Univ. Agric. Silvic. Mendel. Brun. 61 : 757 – 764 . Nováková , L. and P

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In the area of the Moravian Gate at Štramberk (Moravia, Czech Republic) detailed field investigations of Thysanoptera were conducted. The Gate offers the possibility of dispersal of thrips species from the South to the North and vice versa. A total of 359 samples were collected, from which 2367 adult specimens of Thysanoptera belonging to 55 species were obtained. Between them are species having their main distribution in the Southern parts of Europe, such as Aptinothrips elegans, Anaphothrips atroapterus, A. euphorbiae, Chirothrips aculeatus, Limothrips consimilis, Neohydatothrips abnormis, Rubiothrips pillichi, R. validus and Theilopedothrips pilosus .Additionally species were found that are absent or dispersed in Southern Europe, such as Aptinothrips stylifer, Chirothrips hamatus, Odontothrips loti and Platythrips tunicatus . In ancient times these species may have used the Moravian Gate, which has been passed by large armies and many traders (the amber route), carrying all kinds of plant products with them.

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The occurrence of virus of the family Luteoviridae on maize and annual grasses was studied in the south region of the Czech Republic during three years. On maize and annual weed grasses no BYDV-MAV and CYDV-RPV pathogens were found in test samples. Out of 246 maize samples taken, BYDV-PAV was found in 50 of them. The occurrence of this pathogen on maize varied with the locality and the year of sampling. In the test annual weed grasses BYDV-PAV was found in Echinochloa crus-galii, Setaria pumila and Phalaris canariensis plants. The occurrence of this pathogen was also dependent on the locality and the year of sampling. This pathogen was not found in Setaria viridis .The present results suggest that maize and some species of annual weed grasses in the territory of southern Moravia may serve as a major source of BYDV-PAV for winter cereals because these species are a „green bridge“ for this virus species

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. and Lauterer, P. (2008): Overwintering of psyllids in South Moravia (Czech Republic) with the respect to the vectors of the apple proliferation cluster phytoplasmas. Bulletin of Insectology 61, 147

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Dreiseitl, A., Schwarzbach, E. 1994. Composition of the powdery mildew population on barley in Central Moravia (Czech Republic) in 1992. Rostlinná Výroba 40 :545–554. Schwarzbach E

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, Z. (1994): Classification of the carabid assemblages in the floodplain forests in Moravia and Slovakia. In: Desender, K., Dufrěne, M., Loreau, M., Luff, M. L. and Maelfait, J. P. (eds): Carabid Beetles: Ecology and Evolution. Kluwer Academic

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