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Yakhontov V.V. Thysanoptera publications


1. Eine neue Thrips-Art der Gattung Scolothrips Hinds aus dem Buchara-Bezirk. Zool. Anz., 83 (11-12): 273-274.

2. A list of pests injurious to economic plants in the Boukhara district and of their parasites and predatory insects. Trudy Shirabudinskoi Opitnoij Selsko-Ksosjaslwennoi Stantsij [= Works of the Agricultural Experiment Station in Shirabudin], No. 2: 3–32. Tashkent. (In Russian).


3.Thysanoptera found in the process of soil investigation of Middle Asia. Acta Universitatis Asiae Mediae Tashkent (8a) Zool, no. 49: 7 pp.


4. A new species of Thysanoptera from the Transcaucasia. C R Acad Sci URSS Moscow (N S) 55: pp. 276-276.


5. Two new species of Thrips from Iran. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie [Entomological Review], 31 (3–4): 515–516. Moscow. (In Russian).


6. Data on thrips injurious to the seeds of dandelion plants in Uzbekistan. Zool Zhurn Moscow 32 1953: 903-914.


7. Otryad Thysanoptera-puzyrenogie, ili tripsy, vrediteli lesa (Suborder Thysanoptera or Thrips, Pests of Forests) 2. Moscow.


8. A new genus and species of thrips from Trans-Ilian Ala-Tai. [in Russian] Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 35: 554-555.

9. Two new species and one new variety of Thysanoptera from Central Asia. Entomologicheskoe Obozrenie 35 pp. 144-147.


10. Two new species of Thysanoptera, which damage Ulmus pinnatoramosa in Kazakhstan. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal Moscow: 36 pp. 948-949.


11. A new subgenus and species of the genus Dendrothrips Thysanoptera, Thripidae. Ent. Moscow. 705-707— incomplete.


12. Thrips of the genus Rhopalandrothrips Priesner (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) in the fauna of Eurasia. Zoologicheskii Zhurnal 40: 1470–1477. Moscow. (In Russian with English summary).


13. Order Thysanoptera - thrips. In : Bie-Bienko, G.Ya., ed. Keys to the insects of the European part of the USSR. V. 1. Moscow & Leningrad: Nauka. P. 846-874 (In Russian). (cited from: Davidyan GE 2009, Thrips linarius). Link to Agroatlas:[1]


14. Order Thysanoptera (Physopodae). p. 1119–1155. In : “Bie-Bienko, Key to the Insects of the European USSR” (Translated by: Salkind), Academy of Science of the USSR, Zoological Institute printing and binding in Jaursalum, 1209 pp.