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The organizational activity carried out by W Foerster is described in connection with events following the Krakatoa eruption in 1883.

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During the investigation on aphelinid materials in Iran, two undescribed species belonging to the genus Encarsia Foerster including, Encarsia macoensis Abd-Rabou and Ghahari n.sp., a parasitoid of Bemisia tabaci (Genn.) and Encarsia axacaliae Abd-Rabou and Ghahari n.sp., a parasitoid of Axacalia spiranthi Danzig were recognized. This paper presents descriptions and illustrations of the new species as well as the key for the Encarsia species in Iran.

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Author made regular insect collections between 1990 and 2011 especially on ornamental trees and shrubs, furthermore on herbs, in streets, parks, in city greenery, forests, botanical gardens and private gardens, in various localities of Hungary. Bactericera modesta (Foerster) is a new species for the fauna of Hungary.

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Species diversity of the family Formicidae is studied in some regions of Western Iran (Ilam, Kermanshah, Kurdistan and Lorestan provinces). In total 38 species and subspecies from 18 genera (Tapinoma Foerster, Camponotus Mayr, Cataglyphis Forster, Formica Linnaeus, Lasius Fabricius, Lepisiota Santschi, Aphaenogaster Mayr, Cardiocondyla Emery, Crematogaster Lund, Messor Forel, Monomorium Mayr, Myrmica Latreille, Pachycondyla Smith, Pheidole Westwood, Plagiolepis (Mayr), Solenopsis Westwood, Temnothorax Mayr, Tetramorium Mayr) and three subfamilies (Dolichoderinae, Formicinae, Myrmicinae) were collected from Western Iran.

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If Bedřich Smetana is thought to be the father of Czech national opera, Antonín Dvořák and Zdeněk Fibich would be his sons. Czech critics as well as the public expected that Smetana’s successors would bring Czech opera to international recognition. Dvořák and Fibich gave increased attention to opera composition during the 1890s and the beginning of the twentieth century. They both crowned their achievements with monumental operas on subjects with historical settings: Fibich’s The Fall of Arkona (1900) and Dvořák‘s Armida (1904). The reason for this apparent coincidence was, in part, that these works were written after Wagner’s operas and before the operatic successes of Richard Strauss, when it was possible to devise free combinations of symphonically composed scenes, arioso-like vocal lines influenced by verismo, and the dramaturgical effects of grand opera. As a praised model for successful historical opera might have served Karl Goldmark’s famous work Die Königin von Saba, especially in the case of Fibich’s last opera, which was explicitly compared with Goldmark’s opera. Operas on historical subjects form a little-known part of the works of Czech composers, but they extend from Smetana’s piece The Brandenburgers in Bohemia through the late operas of Dvořák and Fibich to Janáček’s two-part opera The Excursions of Mr Brouček. It is a line of operas that present an unforgettable counterpart to many successful Czech theatrical compositions – representative operas and intimate tragedies, comic operas and fairy tales, generally written on subjects from Czech villages and mythology, including Smetana’s Bartered Bride and Libuše, Fibich’s The Tempest and Šárka, Dvořák’s Jakobín, Kate and the Devil and Rusalka, Josef Bohuslav Foerster’s Eva, as well as Leoš Janáček’s Jenůfa.

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1117 . 9. R.B. Rutherford T. McCracken J. Foerster

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Acta Phytopathologica et Entomologica Hungarica
Authors:
Dominika Bodnár
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Orsolya Viczián
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András Juhász
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József Fodor
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Péter G. Ott
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Emese Mergenthaler

plants, while 7 species on herbaceous hosts. Some species feeding on woody host plants have a great importance as vectors of phytoplasmas: Cacopsylla pruni , Cacopsylla melanoneura (Foerster, 1848), Cacopsylla pyricola (Foerster, 1848), Cacopsylla

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-Blanquet’s legacy and data analysis in vegetation science . J. Veg. Sci . 17 : 113 – 117 . Schaumburg , J. , C. Schranz , J. Foerster , A. Gutowski , G. Hofmann , P. Meilinger , S. Schneider and U

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on the highways Localities: M3, Hajdúnánás, DVAC, 19.V.2012. Craspedolepta flavipennis (Foerster, 1848) ( Fig. 3 ) Localities: M3, Polgár, DVAC, 19.V.2012. Rhinocola aceris (Linnaeus, 1758) ( Fig. 3 ) Localities: M0, Ferihegy, Celtis occidentalis

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Orvosi Hetilap
Authors:
Bálint Egyed
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Gábor Kovács
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Nóra Kutszegi
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Andrea Rzepiel
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Judit Csányiné Sági
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Dániel János Erdélyi
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Judit Müller
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Ágnes Félné Semsei

: Greer J, Foerster J, Rodgers G, et al. (eds.) Wintrobe’s Clinical Hematology. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Philadelphia, PA, 2009; pp. 1889–1917. 9 Greaves M. Infection, immune

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