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Literature 1 Biedermann, R. and Niedringhaus, R. (2009): The Plant and Leafhoppers of Germany. Identification Key to All Species. Wilhelm Brüggemann

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leafhoppers occurring on apples at Long Ashton. Annual Report of Long Ashton Research Station 1958, 139–141. Bleicher, K., Markó, V. and Orosz, A. (2006): Species composition of Cicada (Auchenorrhyncha) communities in

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Bonfils, J., Lauriaut, F. and Leclant, F. (1976): Leafhopper fauna of apricot orchards in southern France: Observations on the biology of a presumed vector of chlorotic leafroll, Fieberiella florii stal

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–105. Bosco, D., Alma, A. and Arzone, A. (1997): Studies on population dynamics and spatial distribution of leafhoppers in vineyards (Homoptera: Cicadellidae). Ann. Appl. Biol. 130, 1–11. Arzone A

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In the present paper two species of leafhoppers (Cicadomorpha, Cicadellidae) are reported for the first time from Hungary. Both species were collected from ornamental plants along highway margins in the vicinity of Budapest. Liguropia juniperi (Lethierry, 1876) has already been reported from several European countries. Opsius smaragdinus Emeljanov, 1964 has only been previously reported from Ukraine and Asian part of Turkey.

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, G. and Ahmad, M. (2002): Population dynamics of leafhopper ( Amrasca biguttula biguttula ) on brinjal and effect of abiotic factors on its dynamics. Asian J. Plant Sci. 4, 403–404. Ahmad M

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A study on the Auchenorrhyncha insects was performed in 2009 in Romanian commercial vine plots with different varieties and pest control intensities from Murfatlar, Banu Mărăcine and Blaj viticultural regions and in an untreated neglected plot near Bucharest exhibiting symptoms of yellowing or reddening. The aim of this study was to obtain information related to the presence of the potential vector insects associated with the grapevine yellows type-diseases symptoms from Flavescene dorée and Bois noir groups. Insects were sampled using yellow sticky traps. In the course of identifying potential phytoplasma vectors in vineyards, 21 species of leafhoppers and planthoppers were identified. Included in these are two very important vectors of phytoplasma throughout Europe: Hyalesthes obsoletus and Scaphoideus titanus.While H. obsoletus were only captured in low numbers, S. titanus was captured in higher numbers and showed two distinct population peaks throughout the growing season. Identification of phytoplasma vectors is critical to the national strategy for assessment and control of vectors spreading phytoplasma disease in Romanian vineyards.

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report on three cereal virus diseases new to Sweden spread by Macrosteles and Psammotettix leafhoppers. Nat. Swedish Inst. Plant Protec. Cent. 14 , 285-297. A preliminary report on three cereal virus diseases new to Sweden

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Bertin, S., Guglielmino, C. R., Karam, N., Gomulski, L. M., Malacrida, A. R. and Gasperi, G. (2007): Diffusion of the Nearctic leafhopper Scaphoideus titanus Ball in Europe: a consequence of human trading

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Liu, H. W., Goodwin, P. H. and Kuske, C. R. (1994): Quantification of DNA from aster yellows mycoplasmalike organism in aster leafhoppers ( Macrosteles fascifrons Stål) by competitive polymerase chain reaction. Syst. Appl. Microbiol. 17, 272

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