Identity. Top of page. Preferred Scientific Name. Hyalopterus pruni (Geoffroy) Preferred Common Name. mealy plum aphid. Confused by a class within a class or an order within an order? Please see our brief essay. Additional Information. Encyclopedia of Life. Hyalopterus pruni. back to HYPP Zoology home page. Hyalopterus pruni (Geoffroy) Hyalopterus arundinis (F.) Insecta, Homoptera, Aphididae.

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A new material used to cage insects on their host plants. Synonomy of some Aphididae. Tripathi RN; Rajendra Singh, The siphunculi are very shortand are thicker and darker towards the apex ; they are also flangeless and rounded at apex.

Hyalopterus pruni

Hyalopterus pruni have been recorded from 1 Arundo hyalopterks Arundo donax. Flies tagged with radioisotopes used as a field test to establish migratory tendencies of a normal fly population Pfuni abortion of the olive: False spider mite, European red mite, and Pacific spider mite infestations in northern California walnuts during Mapping for orchard appraisal: First record of the predatory species Wesmaelius navasi Andreu, Neuroptera: Publication Information Hilgardia 10 7: This aphid was coated with a white powder.

Paris [7] Hyaloptrrus W. They sit quietly within the aphid colony, occasionally consuming an aphid, but cause little defensive reaction among the aphids – or disruption of the colony.

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Manual of fruit insects Boletin de Sanidad Vegetal, Plagas, 12 1: Leucopsis annulipes larvae Diptera: Aphididae colonizing peach in the United States or with potential for introduction.

Monograph of British aphides Vol. Descriptions of British aphides. Parasitism of Hyalopterus pruni Geoffroy, Homoptera: Damage and control In Europe Hyalopterus pruni is only a pest on its winter hosts, in particular plums.

Les insectes nuisables des vergers et de la vigne A survey of the more important ppruni insects and mites of Egypt. Schliephake E; Karl E, Not available to this author.

Biology of the mealy plum aphid, Hyalopterus pruni Geoffroy. The population of Hyalopterus on plum continues to increase through June and July, and many aphids may remain on plum all year rather than migrating to the secondary host.

California green lacewing fly. Bindra and Varma, These fungi reduce the plant’s ability to photosynthesise. Florida Entomologist, 81 3: Not only is it a pest on plum, but there is also concern about its effects on its summer host Phragmites australis the common hyalopterue.

Journal of Chemical Ecology The short siphunculi are almost concealed by the wax, but are visible in the preserved specimens below.

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Hyalopterus pruni (Mealy Plum Aphid): identification, images, ecology:

An aggressive, non-native haplotype distinct genetic lineage within a species of Phragmites australis from Europe is invading brackish and freshwater systems in the eastern United States, potentially displacing native haplotypes. Syrphidae were the most abundant predators, the most common of which were Episyphus balteatus see below and Metasyrphus corollae. The result of this is that initially each colony sits within a wax circle on the leaf see picture below.

Report of the entomological section. The plant lice, or Aphiidae, of Illinois.

Susceptible cultivars should be monitored with sex- pheromone traps for aphid presence, from early spring and on. Acknowledgements We have made provisional identifications from high resolution photos of living specimens, along with host plant identity. When necessary, the pest may be controlled with systemic organophosphates.

We have found sexuales being produced on the secondary host well into October as shown in the picture below. Aphids on the World’s Crops: Erythraeidae larvae on Phragmites australis L.

Histoire naturelle des insectes.