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  • Corresponding author: Zhangshimei
  • Received Date: 1982-01-01
  • Rev Recd Date: 1982-01-01
  • Publish Date: 1982-02-22
  • This peper deals with the faunal analysis of 1,100 species of agricultural insects including the pests and their enemies. The present paper is divided into two paragraphs: the first paragraph introduces the types of fauna of the insects and the percentage of eache type, and the second one illustrates the nemes of the species whose south or north border of distribution are within Jiangxi, and indicates their sourh or north disributional lies.Among these insects, the total number of 48.82% belong to the fauna of Oriental region, and 16.91% are palaearcitc region. If all of the "Oriental's" are summed up, the percentage will inicrease to 81.64%, and "palaearctic's" will increase to 43.46%, so it is safe to say that Jiangxi belougs to the fauna of Oriental region and near the south border of Palareactic region.
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    Corresponding author: Zhangshimei

Abstract: This peper deals with the faunal analysis of 1,100 species of agricultural insects including the pests and their enemies. The present paper is divided into two paragraphs: the first paragraph introduces the types of fauna of the insects and the percentage of eache type, and the second one illustrates the nemes of the species whose south or north border of distribution are within Jiangxi, and indicates their sourh or north disributional lies.Among these insects, the total number of 48.82% belong to the fauna of Oriental region, and 16.91% are palaearcitc region. If all of the "Oriental's" are summed up, the percentage will inicrease to 81.64%, and "palaearctic's" will increase to 43.46%, so it is safe to say that Jiangxi belougs to the fauna of Oriental region and near the south border of Palareactic region.

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