Aphis spiraecola. is a nearly worldwide and highly polyphagous aphid species. Common names. Spirea aphid, Green citrus aphid. Distribution. This aphid is. Aphis spiraecola Patch, green citrus aphid, spirea aphid. polyphagous. parasite. Apterae mm, bright greenish yellow to apple green with brown head . Page 1 of FERA – UK PRA for Aphis spiraecola. Rapid Pest Risk Analysis ( PRA) for. Aphis spiraecola. STAGE 1: INITIATION. 1. What is the name of the pest ?.
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Flowers and fruits are also damaged. On apple, aphids cause abnormal growth of terminal shoots, and by reducing photosynthesis, reduce aphks greenness and quality of young apple leaves Kaakeh et al.
Aphis spiraecola (Spirea aphid)
The green citrus leaf aphid – also in Swiss horticulture. In the Mediterranean region, the first small colonies on new citrus growth occur by early February. Aphelinidae that parasitizes the spirea aphid, Aphis spiraecola Patch Homoptera: Impact Top of page A. Aphididae in Europe – new information on their spiraecolla, molecular and morphological peculiarities.
Epidemiology of Plum pox virus in Japanese plums in Spain. Overwintering of aphids on citrus trees. Spiraeecola Protection, 12 2: On distorted tips of shoots, several leaves can be rolled together. Dartigues described how the ant species Tapinoma simrothi had a positive influence on the growth and survival of A.
Aphid transmission of plum pox potyvirus: Host plant, Vanhoutte spiraea Spiraea x vanhouttei Briot Carr. Aphis spiraecola Spirea aphid ; apterous vivipara, ventral view.
Host plant range is large and many wild species can act as reservoirs for crop infestation.
Insect semiochemical research in Korea: Aphis spiraecola Spirea aphid ; female vivipara. Studies on integrated control in a newly established citrus orchard in Cukurova.
Aphis citricola van spiraeecola Goot, a new aphid pest of citrus in Iran. Parasitized aphids die or stop producing offspring, but no further parasites are produced from mummies. Studies on the quantity dynamic of pear aphids and their natural enemy in Kunming region. Journal of Economic Entomology, 98 1: The natural enemy complex of the tea and green citrus aphids on citrus in Adzharia. The natural enemies of the citrus aphid, Aphis spiraecola Patch.
Natural Enemies of Insects Kunchong Tiandi7 2: Prispevek k poznavanju favne listnih usi Sternorrhyncha: Risk of Introduction Top of page The movement of fruits and ornamental plants carries the risk of transporting this aphid to aphsi geographic areas, where its highly polyphagous nature favours its establishment. Means of Movement and Aohis Top of page A.
Entomologist’s Gazette, 47 1: The earlier the attack on crop hosts, the more shoots are stunted. Contribution to knowledge of the aphids Aphididae of the State of Ceara, Brazil.
During recent years the injury caused by spirea aphid to citrus seems to have declined in the Middle East Management Chemical control: Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report.
Biocontrol of aphids by the introduced Lysiphlebus testaceipes Cress. Such behavior is exacerbated on parched trees, uncommon on well-irrigated trees. In the Middle east tis pest reproduces only by viviparous parthenogenesiseach female giving birth to about 60 progeny when feeding on citrus foliage.
The Agricultural Society of India. Pest or symptoms not visible to the naked eye but usually visible under light microscope. The aphid is a vector of the citrus tristeza virus and other plant viruses. In Japan, aphids overwintering on citrus and Spiraea represent two distinct biotypes of A. The genera Trioxys and Binodoxys. Aphelinidaea parasitoid of the spirea aphid Homoptera: Aphis spiraecola was first described by Patch in In apple, the undersides of leaves need to be inspected for the presence of aphids.
La presencia de afidos en las plantaciones citricolas de Honduras.
The feeding of the spirea aphid on young citrus foliage in the spring causes severe, characteristic curling and deformation of young leaves and twigs. Baseline susceptibilities to imidacloprid for green apple aphid and spirea aphid Homoptera: Comparison of green and yellow water traps for sampling citrus aphids at the Kenya coast.
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Aphis citricola van der Goot – a new vector of citrus tristeza virus in India. Manejo Integrado de Plagas, No. Applied Entomology and Zoology, spiraecolq 1: Journal of Economic Entomology, 98 2: East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal, 53 3: Aphis spiraecola Patch Homoptera: Effect of Aphis spiraecola and A.