Host Plant Catalog of Aphids: Palaearctic Region

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You previously purchased this article through ReadCube. Institutional Login. Log in to Wiley Online Library. Purchase Instant Access. View Preview. Learn more Check out. Abstract Species of the aphid genus Eulachnus Hemiptera, Aphididae , associated with pine trees, are an example of insects reported as rare over their native geographical range in Europe and serious pine pests far from their natural distribution.

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Returning user. Request Username Can't sign in? Length of petiole more than 1. Ovipositor sheath long and slender Figure 83 Ephedrus niger. Length of petiole less than 1. Ovipositor sheath short, wide toward base Figure 84 Ephedrus persicae.

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Notauli complete Figures 40—43 4. Notauli incomplete or absent Figures 39, 44 8.

Antennae 13—segmented. Propodeum areolated Figure Ovipositor sheath densely setose at apical half Figure Face, frons, and vertex densely setose in lateral margins Figure 7 Areopraon lepelleyi. Propodeum smooth Figures 51— Ovipositor sheath sparsely setose Figures 91— Face, frons and vertex sparsely setose in lateral margins Figure 10 5.

Fl dark, yellowish at base. Forewing m-cu vein tubular throughout Figures 34, Lateral mesonotal lobes pubescent or with small hairless areas Figures 41, 42 6. Forewing m-cu vein nebulous throughout Figure 36 or tubular at posterior part Figure Lateral mesonotal lobes with large hairless areas Figure 40, 43 7. Antennae 15 16—segmented. Forewing stigma 1.

Petiole sparsely setose Figure Ovipositor sheath with almost straight dorsal outline Figure 92 Praon rosaecola. Petiole densely setose Figure Ovipositor sheath with concave dorsal outline Figure 93 Praon volucre. Propodeum densely pubescent Figure Petiole with few setae Figure Ovipositor with concave dorsal outline Figure 94 Praon yomenae. Ovipositor sheath with straight dorsal outline Figure 91 Praon exsoletum. Propodeum with complete central areola Figures 46, 49, Ovipositor sheath truncated at tip Figures 72—79 , 85, 89 or with lateral spatula Figure 90 Propodeum smooth with two divergent carinae at lower part Figure Ovipositor sheath pointed at tip Figures 87, 88 Propodeum with wide pentagonal areola Figures 49, 50 Ovipositor sheath pointed at tip with strong lateral spatula bearing 4—5 long setae Figure Forewing R1 0.

Forewing R1 1. Tentorial index 0. Face densely pubescent Figure 2 Aphidius cingulatus. Face moderately pubescent Figures 3—6 Anterolateral area of petiole rugose Figure 55 Aphidius ervi. Anterolateral area of petiole costate Figures 54, 57 Antenna 16—segmented. Labial palps with two palpomeres Figures 4, 5 Antennae 14—segmented. Ovipositor sheath short Figure 74 Aphidius matricariae. Ovipositor sheath elongated Figure 75 Aphidius persicus. Antennae 16—segmented Aphidius uzbekistanicus. Forewing R1 distinctly shorter than stigma Figure Petiole narrowly triangular Figure Labial palps with two palpomeres Figure 8.

Ovipositor sheath convex dorsally Figure 87 Lysiphlebus desertorum.


Petiole widely triangular Figure Labial palps with one palpomere Figure 9. Ovipositor sheath weakly convex dorsally Figure 88 Setae on fringe of forewing similar to those on surface or shorter Figure 30 Lysiphlebus fabarum. Ovipositor sheath curved downwards Figure 86 Lipolexis gracilis. Ovipositor sheath truncated at tip Figure Propodeum with narrow pentagonal areola. Antennae 14—15segmented. Labial palps with two palpomeres Diaeretiella rapae.

Propodeum smooth or with two short divergent carinae at lower part Figure Antennae 12—segmented. Labial palps with one palpomere R1 distinctly longer than stigma Figure 11 Adialytus ambiguus. Petiole with primary and secondary tubercles Figure 58 Binodoxys acalephae. Prongs strongly curved upwards, bearing a pair of short setae at tip Figure Ovipositor sheath 2. R1 as half as stigma Figure 38 Trioxys pallidus. Other faunal groups are very poorly represented, partly due to the restricted scope of the altitudinal range and the respective habitat types covered with this survey.

The most noteworthy from the faunistical point is the presence of the new species, which is endemic for the province studied. Aphid parasitoids have variable habitat preferences, which affect their trophic associations and host range patterns. In the studied area, both strictly and broadly oligophagous aphidiines were recorded. It has a wide distribution throughout Iran Rakhshani et al. Although there were indications that L. The host range pattern is supposed to be the important biological border between the two related species. Generally, A. Furthermore, some samples reared from R padi in Turkey Asian et al.

It has been previously established in the areas near to northwestern and southwestern Iran, such as Georgia Achvlediani , Turkey Rakhshani et al. Thus, it was expected to be present in the northeastern Iran, as was confirmed by the present study. In the studied area D. Wide trophic diversity of this parasitoid has been also observed in southeastern Europe Kavallieratos et al.

The presence of the rare and strictly oligophagous parasitoids A. Pauesia hazratbalensis Bhagat was recorded from Iran as a rare lowland species in association with C. On the basis of a very characteristic spatulated ovipositor sheath, the species was placed previously into the distinct subgenus Kashmirpauesia Bhagat , but the validity of generic subdivision was disputed by Sanchis et al.

However, it may still be of interest to investigate possible relationships of this species to other representatives with spatulated ovipositor sheaths from the Russian Far East. The newly described species, T.

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There was confusion in the past regarding the generic identity of the host aphid associated with Trioxys chaitaphidis Mackauer. This parasitoid was described from the supposed Chaitaphis sp.