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Acta Ethnographica Hungarica
Authors: Vilmos Voigt, Mária Flórián, László Lukács, Kornélia Buday, Terézia Nagy, and Erzsébet Kámán

Vered AMIT(ed.): Biographical Dictionary of Social and Cultural Anthropology. London and New York: Routledge 2004; Mihály MÁTÉ: Tematikus bibliográfiák 1. Cigány tanulók oktatása-nevelése [Thematic Bibliographies 1. Teaching and education of Gypsy students]. (Cigány tanulmányok 11 [Gypsy Studies 11]). Pécs 2003; Katalin SZENDE: Otthon a városban. Társadalom és anyagi kultúra a középkori Sopronban, Pozsonyban és Eperjesen [Zu Hause in der Stadt. Gesellschaft und materielle Kultur im spätmittelalterlichen Ödenburg, Preßburg und Eperies]. (Társadalom- és Muvelodéstörténeti Tanulmányok 32.) Budapest: MTA Történettudományi Intézete 2004; Margit MÉRY: Szlovákiai magyar parasztviseletek (Bauerntrachten von Ungarn in der Slowakei). Bratislava [Pozsony/Preßburg]: Clara Design Studio 2002; József LISZKA: Zwischen den Karpeten und der Ungarischen Tiefebene. Volkskunde der Ungarn in der Slowakei. (Passauer Studien zur Volkskunde 22.) Passau 2003; Lauren DUNDES(ed.): The Manner Born. Birth Rites in Cross-Cultural Perspective. Oxford: Altamira Press 2003; László KÜRTI: Youth and the State in Hungary. Capitalism, Communism and Class. London-Sterling, VA: Pluto Press 2002; VerboteneLektüre in Rußland im 17.-18. Jahrhundert. Textpublikationen. Zusammengestelltvon A.A.TOPORKOVund A. A. TURILOV. Moskau: Buchverlag Indrik 2002; Der unbekannte V. J. PROPP. Von A.MARTYNOVA und N. PROZOROVAzusammengestellt bzw. mit Vorwort und Kommentaren ergänzt. St. Petersburg: Buchverlag Aleteja 2002;Schemen des slawischen Heidentums.Zusammengestellt von Svetlana Tolstaja. Moskau: Buchverlag Indrik 2003

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Acta Phytopathologica et Entomologica Hungarica
Authors: Zsolt Kárpáti, Csengele Bognár, Erzsébet Voigt, Miklós Tóth, and Béla Péter Molnár

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Three sawfly species (Hoplocampa minuta, Hoplocampa flava, Hoplocampa fulviicornis) have been monitored in plum orchards during the flowering period in three consecutive years at three different locations in Hungary using chromotropic white sticky traps. Black and yellow sawflies (H. minuta and H. flava) are one of the most important pests in plum orchards, however plum-fruit sawfly (Hoplocampa fulvicornis) has not yet been documented from plum orchards in Hungary. In almost all locations and years, H. minuta was the most dominant species, except in Cegléd, 2014, where H. flava was the most abundant one. In terms of sex ratio, in all three species, more males than females were caught in the traps except in 2016 at Érd, where more H. flava females flew into the traps.

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