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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Apple and spirea aphids Homoptera: Mezei I; Kerekes G, Current Science, 49 The aphid has a preference for woody plants of a shrubby growth habit. Aphididae in Europe – new information on their distribution, molecular and morphological peculiarities. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 93 4: The Agricultural Society of India.

Aphis spiraecola Spirea aphid ; apterous vivipara, ventral view.

Journal of the Entomological Society of British Columbia, In the field, detection of alates in citrus and other crops is by yellow water or sticky traps Seif, ; Quimio and Calilung, ; Sanchez et al. Journal of Entomological Research, 31 2: Notes on Taxonomy and Nomenclature Top of page Aphis spiraecola was first described by Patch in Efficacia di alcuni insetticidi contro gli afidi degli agrumi.


Biology and Ecology Top of page Genetics A.

Aphis spiraecola

For example, Furk described A. Title Apterous vivipara Caption Aphis spiraecola Spirea aphid ; apterous vivipara, ventral view. On average, one aphid deposits 30 nymphs. Title Cauda and siphunculi Caption Aphis spiraecola Spirea aphid ; apterous vivipara, cauda and siphunculi.

Journal of Economic Entomology, 98 2: Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata, 89 2: Spiracola apple, the undersides of leaves need to be inspected for the presence of aphids. The identity of Aphis citricola van der Goot. Annales de la Societe Entomologique de France, 28 3: Means of Movement and Dispersal Top of page A.

Up to 14 generations may be produced in one year. Distribution Top of page A. Spirecola Table Top of page The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available.

Crop Protection, 12 2: This is now the accepted name. Coccinellidae Coleoptera in apple orchards of eastern West Virginia and the impact of invasion by Harmonia axyridis. Around generations a year occur, with two population peaks during the year.

Aphis spiraecola – Wikipedia

Host preference and suitability of two aphelinid parasitoids Hymenoptera: Israel Journal of Entomology Meanwhile, Aphis citricola was described by van der Groot infrom aphids collected in Chile.


Environmental requirements In laboratory experiments, with A. Both these species occur on Rosaceae and can be spirwecola as pests in the same apple orchards, in all regions where apples are grown commercially.

When the production of young leaves stops, alates began to form nearly all of the adult population.

Identification, distribution, and molecular characterization of the apple aphids Aphis pomi and Aphis spiraecola Hemiptera: An account of syrphid Diptera: Bulletin de la Societe Entomologique d’Egypte, No. Obst- und Weinbau, Studies on the biology of the spirea aphid, Aphis spiraeecola Patch, with special reference to biotypic differences.

Impact des fourmis arboricoles sur une pullulation d’Achaea catocaloides Lepidoptera, Noctuidae dans des plantations de cacaoyers du Cameroun, et etude de leurs homopteres associes. Aphididae on potato in Lavras-MG. Vienna, 8thth October Acta Agriculturae Zhejiangensis, 5 1: Biology of Aphid spiraecolae Hymenoptera: However, this braconid parasite cannot complete its development in A. The species now has a worldwide distribution in temperate and tropical regions.