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Host relationships of moths of the genera Depressaria and Agonopterix

J. F. Gates Clarke

Host relationships of moths of the genera Depressaria and Agonopterix

with descriptions of new species

by J. F. Gates Clarke

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Published by Smithsonian Institution in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Depressaria.,
  • Agonopteryx.,
  • Umbelliferae.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliographical footnotes.

    Statementby J. F. Gates Clarke.
    SeriesSmithsonian miscellaneous collections ;, v. 117, no. 7, Publication (Smithsonian Institution) ;, 4083
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQ11 .S7 vol. 117, no. 7
    The Physical Object
    Pagination20 p. :
    Number of Pages20
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6127527M
    LC Control Number52060805
    OCLC/WorldCa4480397

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Host relationships of moths of the genera Depressaria and Agonopterix by J. F. Gates Clarke Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Host relationships of moths of the genera Depressaria and Agonopterix: with descriptions of new species. [J F Gates Clarke; Smithsonian Institution.].

host relationships of moths of the genera depressaria and agonopterix, with descriptions of new species VolumePage 1 THE SAND CRAB EMERITA. Recorded Depressariinae host plants are mainly eurosids I (e.g. Betulaceae, Fabaceae, Fagaceae, Rosaceae, Salicaceae, Urticaceae) but also from some other families (e.g.

Malvaceae and Rutaceae – eurosids II –, or euasterids II like Apiaceae and Asteraceae). GeneraClass: Insecta.

Host relationships of moths of the genera Depressaria and Agonopterix, with descriptions of new species. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections. Certainly these families and omitted genera would be fruitful areas of investigation for a masterts or doctoral thesis.

In our scrutiny of the literature, we were constantly confronted with inconsistencies in the methods of reporting host data, and uncertainties in reporting the degree of association of the insect with its host plant.

A classic “escape and radiation” coevolutionary model of host shifts is examined in moths of the genus Depressaria Haworth that feed on plants of varied toxicity.

The most diverse genera in the province are Agonopterix (10 species), Elachista (8), Depressariodes (6), Depressaria (5), Ethmia (4) and Semioscopis (3). Several native species of Agonopterix occurring in BC range transcontinentally --A.

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The moths from pheromone traps often had shabby wings because of sticky substrate in the traps. For their preservation, 70% ethanol was commonly used.

The adult moths sampled by other approaches were all mounted and placed in dry collections. Coleophoridae larvae were preserved in 96% ethanol solution for DNA : Evgeny N. Akulov, Margarita G. Ponomarenko, Natalia I.

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Biology and host plant relationships of an oligophagous leafminer Phytomyza matricariae Hendel (Diptera: Agromyzidae). – Quaestiones entomologicae 7: Seidel J, a. Beobachtungen an Blattminen. – Zeitschrift für wissenschaftliche Insekten-BiologieSeidel J, b. Agonopterix caucasiella. Agonopterix caucasiella is a moth in the Depressariidae family.

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New!!. Two new species of Agonopterix (Depressariidae, Lepidoptera) from Europe. – Zootaxa (1): – Buchner P, a. Redescription of Agonopterix selini (Heinemann, ) with description of Agonopterix lessini sp. and Agonopterix paraselini sp. (Lepidoptera, Gelechioidea). – Gortania Buchner P, a. Full text of "The Entomologist's record and journal of variation" See other formats.

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they require a living host to complete their life cycle. Rusts typically attack leaves and stems of the host plant. Rust infections usually appear as numerous rusty, orange, yellow, or even white colored spots (pustules) that rupture the leaf surface and release spores that resemble colored powder (typically yellow, orange, or brown).File Size: 9MB.

Annotated list of the Lepidoptera of Alberta, Canada 45 Source of Alberta Records The literature sources of Alberta records, designated by the letter “L,” consist, for moths, of all recent (Bowman and newer) and selected older taxonomic and distributional literature references that specifically mention Alberta specimens.

Maa, T. A revised checklist and concise host index of Hippoboscidae (Diptera). Pacific Insects Monograph, 20, ; AMIOT, C., & JI, W. New host record for Ornithomya variegata (Diptera: Hippoboscidae) in New Zealand with a review of previous records in Australasia. Notornis, 62, Keroplatidae Orfelia nemoralis h/myco.

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Hepialidae are large moths, even enormous in some genera, well.EXAMPLES: Depressariinae Agonopterix nervosa (carrot & parsnip flat-body moth), Depressaria pastinacella (parsnip moth); Oecophorinae - Endrosis sarcitrella (whiteshouldered house moth).

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mit Paralleli.: Handbook of zoology Bd. 4. Arthropoda: Insecta / Hrsg. Maximilian Fischer reproduced in any form - by photoprint, microfilm or Teilbd. Lepidoptera, moths and butterflies any other means nor transmitted nor translated into a Vol.

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