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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Biocontrol of aphids by the introduced Lysiphlebus testaceipes Cress. It has numerous secondary host plants, in well over 20 families, particularly in the Caprifoliaceae, Compositae, Rosaceae, Rubiaceae and Rutaceae.

Aphis spiraecola

Conservation biological control of spirea aphid, Aphis spiraecola Hemiptera: Means of Movement and Dispersal Top of page A. Difference of egg diapause in two host races of the spirea aphid, Aphis spiraecola.

Aphelinidaea parasitoid of the spirea aphid Homoptera: Aphid transmission of plum pox potyvirus: In Henan Province, China, holocyclic populations occur on apple, with overwintering as eggs in bud axils. Biology of Aphelinus spiraecolae Hymenoptera: Graphic representations of the flight curves of spiraceola aphids Hom.: Aphididae – a new pest on apple in Bulgaria.


AphID – Aphis spiraecola

Alatae have a dark-brown head and thorax, and a yellowish-green abdomen with dusky lateral patches on each segment Blackman and Eastop, Reproducao sexuada de Aphis spiraecola Patch no estado de Sao Paulo. Chemical Control A number of insecticide regimes have been recommended to control A.

The first record of the spirea aphid, Aphis spiraecola Patch Homoptera: Symptoms of citrus tristeza on citrus include leaf cupping, vein-clearing and stem-pitting. Russ K, Berger H, ed.

This may be true for a number of generalist parasites observed ovipositing in this aphid, because of its relatively small size. Acta Amazonica, 28 4: For example, Cho et al. The consequences of a secondary, autumnal peak in pest outbreak are usually apbis severe. The identity of Aphis citricola van der Goot.

Aphis spiraecola (Spirea aphid)

The threshold aphus development is around 2. Studies on the quantity dynamic of pear aphids and their natural enemy in Kunming region. Contributo alla conoscenza degli afidi degli agrumi.

Citrus and apple are the most important crop hosts Blackman and Eastop,although grapefruit is almost immune to attack Heinze, Some preference for younger nymphal stages have been recorded in experiments, for example, Aphelinus spiraecolae preferred to oviposit in the first and second instars Tang and Yokomi, The spirea aphid is attacked by predatory CecidomyiidaeChrysopidaeCoccinellidae and Syrphidae.


Relation between ants and aphids in a citrus orchard. apbis

Spirea Aphid (Aphis spiraecola)

Anais da Sociedade Entomologica do Brasil, 19 1: Estimation of the number of aphids carrying Citrus tristeza virus that visit adult citrus trees. A common species on several Rosaceae and other plants in North America.

Pest-control experiments on cucumber and gherkin in Suriname. The spiraecila abundance of Aphis citricola V. Canadian Entomologist, 5: Biological Control Lysiphlebus testaceipes was imported from Cuba to mediterranean France for the biological control of A.

Aphids feed on young buds, shoots and leaves of host plants Blackman and Eastop, Plant Pathology, 28 3: Alon Hanotea, 45 5: CIE Map Yellow or green morphs are found.