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Homoptera, Aphidoidea, Chaitophoridae & Callaphididae

Henry Lindsay Gray Stroyan

Homoptera, Aphidoidea, Chaitophoridae & Callaphididae

by Henry Lindsay Gray Stroyan

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Published by Royal Entomological Society of London in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plant-lice -- Great Britain -- Identification.,
  • Callaphididae -- Identification.,
  • Chaitophoridae -- Identification.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p.124. - Includes index.

    Statementby H.L.G. Stroyan.
    SeriesHandbooks for the identification of British insects -- Vol.2, part 4(a)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL527.A64
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii,130p. :
    Number of Pages130
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21991540M
    ISBN 100901546410
    OCLC/WorldCa3414458

      The aphid genus, Callipterinella van der Goot, (Calaphidinae: Calaphidini: Calaphidina) was reviewed from Korea. Previously recorded species, Callipterinella calliptera (Hartig, ), and hitherto unrecorded species, Callipterinella tuberculata (von Heyden, ), were recognized in Korea. A key to species, species description, photographs of live aphids, and illustrations are . Chaitophorus aphids are very hairy, small to medium-sized aphids with short, stump-shaped dorsal cuticle of the apterae is often largely sclerotized. Alates often have dark segmental cross-bands and marginal sclerites. The cauda is usually knobbed.. There are about 90 species of Chaitophorus aphids worldwide with individual species feeding on either Populus (poplar) or Salix.

    The Fauna of India. Homoptera Aphidoidea 3. Pemphiginae. p - figs - very good ex-library copy. Handbook 2/4a: Aphidoidea (part): Chaitophoridae & Callaphididae pp., many figs. 14,00 € (Order No. monographs of the families Cydnidae and Saldae, and the Hemiptera collected by Packard. p - 2 pl - detached from a book.   1. Introduction. The genus Periphyllus van der Hoeven (Hemiptera, Aphididae: Chaitophorinae) is represented by 50 species worldwide (Blackman and Eastop, ).Seven species of Periphyllus has been recorded from Poland, and four of them have known on Acer platanoides (Szelegiewicz, , Junkiert et al., ).. According to Szelegiewicz (), fundatrices of the .

      Ole E. Heie, Dr. phil. () in Zoology, University of Copenhagen, is Professor of Biology at The Royal Danish School of Educational Studies (DLH).He has published more than papers (books and articles) on taxonomy, phylogeny, ecology, zoogeography and palaeontology of aphids, and other fields of biology and biology : Heie. We advise against extracting comparative information from the descriptions. This is much more easily achieved using the DELTA data files or the interactive key, which allows access to the character list, illustrations, full and partial descriptions, diagnostic descriptions, differences and similarities between taxa, lists of taxa exhibiting or lacking specified attributes, and distributions of.


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Homoptera, Aphidoidea, Chaitophoridae & Callaphididae by Henry Lindsay Gray Stroyan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a Chaitophoridae & Callaphididae book. Homoptera: Aphidoidea, Chaitophoridae, & Callaphididae. [H L G Stroyan]. Homoptera Aphidoidea.

Chaitophoridae & Callaphididae (Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects 2/4a) by Stroyan, H.L.G. Homoptera Aphidoidea (Part). Chaitophoridae & Callaphididae (Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects 2/4a) by Stroyan, H.l.g. Homoptera - Aphidoidea (Part) - Chaitophoridae & Callaphididae For a number of years there has been no single and comprehensive work available for the identification of the aphid Aphidoidea.

Homoptera - Aphidoidea (Part): Chaitophoridae & Callaphididae: Series: Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects: Type: Book/Report: How Complete: All the UK species known at the time, but this is not a well understood group.

Source: Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects, Vol 2, Part 4(a), pp, The Royal Entomological. This volume, which is in the main restricted to the Chaitophoridae and Callaphididae, is intended to be the first part of a handbook for the determination of species of aphids found in Britain, Aphidoidea means of dichotomous keys illustrated by line drawings.

No attempt has. HOMOPTERA APHIDOIDEA CHAITOPHORIDAE & CALLAPHIDIDAE By H. STROYAN Plant Pathology Laboratory Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries & Food Hatching Green, Harpenden Herts, AL5 2BD ROYAL ENTOMOLOGICAL SOCIETY OF LONDON 41 Queen's Gate London SW7 5HU.

Family Chaitophoridae: General characteristics Key to subfamilies Subfamily Chaitophorinae: Key to genera Genera and species Subfamily Atheroidinae: Key to genera Genera and species Family Callaphididae: General characteristics Key to subfamilies Keys to genera: alatae apterae.

Genera and species HOST INDEX TO INSECT NAMES   Read "The systematic position of Chaitophorinae (Hemiptera, Aphidoidea) in the light of anatomy research, Insect Systematics & Evolution" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

Homoptera Aphidoidea, Chaitophoridae and Callaphididae. Handbook Identification British Insect, 2(4a), Royal Entomological Society of London, London, pp. Atlas dendrofilnych tlej pribaøtiki. Homoptera Aphidoidea Chaitophoridae & Callaphididae: Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects, Volume 2, Part 5 (a): Homoptera Psylloidea by I.

Hodkinson: Homoptera Psylloidea: Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects, Volume 2, Part 6: Aphids - Pterocommatinae and Aphidinae (Aphidini), Homoptera, Aphididae by Henry. This volume, which is in the main restricted to the Chaitophoridae and Callaphididae, is intended to be the first part of a handbook for the determination of species of aphids found in Britain, by means of dichotomous keys illustrated by line drawings.

Family Chaitophoridae Subfamily Chaitophorinae Genus Chaitophorus Koch 1. murreensis Family Pemphigidae Subfamily Pemphiginae Genus Eriosoma Leach 1. lenigerum (Hausmann) Distribution, host range, and ecology of Aphidoidea (Homoptera) Family Aphididae Genus Aphis L.

Aphis punicae (Passerini, ) Host plant: Pomegranate (Punica. Homoptera - Aphidoidea Chaitophoridae and Callaphididae – out of print but available as a free download here.

Page d rafted by Andrew Halstead, reviewed by Andrew Salisbury, edited by Steve Head They are also commonly known as greenfly and blackfly, although those are not the only colours that aphids come in.

Abstract. Twenty-five species and two subpecies of aphids are listed and dicussed as additions to the Brutish fauna since publication of “Additions and amendment to the Cheack List British aphids” (Stroyan,Transactions of the Royal Entomological Society of London, ). Homoptera Aphidoidea (Part) Chaitophoridae & Callaphididae (Volumes a) Stroyan, H.L.G.

Published by Royal Entomological Society of London (). PDF | On Jan 1,E. Núñez Pérez and others published Tinocallis saltans (Nevsky) (Homoptera: Aphididae) en España, plaga potencial del olmo siberiano: Ulmus pumila | Find, read and cite.

The fauna of India and the Adjacent countries (Homoptera: Aphidoidea) Part 1, General Introduction and Sub-family Chaitophorinae. Calcutta: Zoological Survey of India. Google Scholar Homoptera Aphidoidea.

Chaitophoridae & Callaphididae, London. Aphidoidea of Punjab. thesis, University of Agriculture, Faisalabad, Pakistan. Stroyan, H. Hand book for the identification of British insects, Homoptera, Aphidoidea, Chaitophoridae and Callaphididae. London: Royal Entomological Society. Diversity of Aphidoidea in Rawalpindi Division (Punjab) Pakistan, with a list of host plant studied Lachnidae) from the branch Chaitophoridae + Callaphididae would be supported best by parasite references.

In Fig. 1 a tentative phylogenetic tree of the main subdivisions of the Aphidoidea, as expressed in their parasite spectrum, is given. Tor a discussion of the parasite spectrum of the Drepanosiphonini see Chapter 5, pp.

Vol 2 Part 2c. Cicadellidae (Typhlocybinae) with a checklist of the British Auchenorhyncha (Hemiptera, Homoptera) W. J. Le Quesne and K. R. Payne; Vol 2 Part 3. Hemiptera - Fulgoromorpha.

Walter J. Le Quesne; Vol 2 Part 4a. Homoptera - Aphidoidea (Part) - Chaitophoridae & Callaphididae. H. L. G. Stroyan; Vol 2 Part 5a. Homoptera - Psylloidea. I.HOMOPTERA STERNORRHYNCHA APHIDOIDEA APHIDIDAE I- Aphidinae-Aphidini low medium large amount order Sub.

order Super fam. Fam. Sub. fam.-Tribe Scientific name Host plant False acacia Common buckhtorn Locatio Production of honeydew D, Ds, Sht T,D,K,Sh,Sht,Ta + + K,Sh Shm,Of 2- 3- 7_ 1- Aphis craccivora Koch A.

nasturtii Kaltenbach A. pomi de Geer.Chaitophorus populeti (Panzer, ) (a hairy aphid) Interactions where Chaitophorus populeti is the victim or passive partner (and generally loses out from the process). The following relationships have been collated from the published literature (see 'References').