Biocenotic study of the auxiliary entomofauna in the Bioresources station CRSTRA, Biskra, Algeria

Abstract :

This study evaluated the richness and importance of the auxiliary entomofauna in the Bioresources station CRSTRA, Biskra .The methodology adopted is based on the usual method of striking and harvesting with a Japanese umbrella and Barber pots and yellow glue traps, and direct observations supported by the identification of insects using taxonomic keys. A rich diversity of 284 individuals of the entomofauna auxiliaries divided into 8 orders during the period that extends (from January 2015 to January 2017). The order of Coleoptera is the most dominant with (164 individuals) collected, they are followed by the orders of Neuroptera (37 individuals) and Diptera (34 individuals) are respectively in 2nd and 3rd place. The order of Hymenoptera with (18 individuals), Heteroptera, Dermoptera and Mantodea with 11.9 and 8 individuals are respectively for each order and in the last rank the Odonata with 3 individuals.


Keyword :

Entomofauna auxiliary, bioresources station, diversity, Biskra


Author(s) : Rahmouni, M., Djoud, A. M., Nacer, T.
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Published Issue : 2021 Vol. 16 Number 2


2021 Vol. 16 Number 2