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Aphids on Juglandaceae in North America

Theodore L. Bissell

Aphids on Juglandaceae in North America

by Theodore L. Bissell

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Published by Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station, University of Maryland in College Park, Md .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aphididae -- North America -- Host plants.,
  • Juglandaceae -- Diseases and pests -- North America.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTheodore L. Bissell.
    SeriesMP -- 911., Contribution / Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station -- no. 5309., Contribution (Maryland Agricultural Experiment Station) -- no. 5309.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 78 p. :
    Number of Pages78
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15530627M

      Aphids and their galls. Top: Mating pea aphids, Acyrthosiphon diminutive male on the right, sexual female below. Middle: Gall of the soldier-producing aphid Ceratovacuna japonica formed on the tree Styrax : Gall of the soldier-producing aphid Tuberaphis taiwana formed on the tree Styrax photos by David Stern. Progress 01/01/03 to 12/31/03 Outputs A new book entitled Aphids of Western North America North of Mexico, with Keys to Subfamilies and Genera for Female Alatae was completed. The region, rich in aphid fauna, is comprised of 15 subfamilies, genera, and more than 1, species. Unique to the work is a portfolio of photo-illustrations for.

    Botanically pecan is classified as a hickery (carya) and is a member of the walnut family (Juglandaceae). Native to North America, the pecan is grown mainly in southern and central USA and northern Mexico, with limited cultivation in Australia, South Africa, Brazil, and Israel. Commercially, well over varieties of pecan are offered. There are numerous species of aphids found throughout North America. These garden pests are usually most active in the springtime and decrease with a rise in outside temperatures. They live on plants, especially on the new plant growth and buds, and the eggs can survive the winter.

    Aphids. Reproductive habits. Ants and aphids. Resources. Aphids are insects in the order Homoptera, also known as plant lice. Some 3, aphid species have been identified worldwide with 1, species found in North America, which includes some 80 species classified as pests of crops and ornamental have a distinctive pear-shaped body, and most are soft and green in color. A lot of gardeners in North America know about the local ladybug and the Asian Lady Beetle, but the reality is that there are many “local native” ladybugs. For example, Ontario has recorded 80 different species including the nine-spotted ladybug (Coccinella novemnotata), the transverse ladybug (Coccinella transversoguttata) and the two.


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Cite this paper as: Smith M.T., Wood B.W., Severson R.F. () Comparative studies of developmental biology, preference and feeding behavior of Monellia caryella on Juglandaceae native to North America. In: Menken S.B.J., Visser J.H., Harrewijn P.

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Materials for the study of aphid fauna (Aphidoidea) of Crimea. Espesye sa insekto nga una nga gihulagway ni Johann Heinrich Kaltenbach ni adtong ang Chromaphis Chromaphis juglandicola sakop sa kahenera nga.

Hickory is a type of tree, comprising the genus Carya, which includes around 18 species. Five or six species are native to China, Indochina, and India (), as many as twelve are native to the United States, four are found in Mexico, and two to four are from Canada.

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New and little-known aphids (Homoptera: Aphididae) from eastern North America. North America north america Subject Category: Geographic Entities see more details.

Juglandaceae juglandaceae Subject Category: Organism Names see more details, Carya carya Subject Category. Genus Anoecia [Anoeciinae]. Medium-sized aphids which may be winged or wingless. Wingless adults (shown here) are greenish-gray or gray with a dark sclerotic dorsal abdominal plate.

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Aphids are primarily controlled through pesticide applica- tions, adding to crop production costs, and having environmental implications associated with increased pesticide use. The effects of some non-indigenous aphids in North America have been staggering.

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