Apple Plant Lice

Apple Plant Lice

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1915 edition. Excerpt: ... A.bipunotata C.9-notata A.eorbl Coleoptera Chi1.bivulnerus Diptera Diptera Syrpiius 3 spp.unident Agromyzid spp. S. americanus Small Dipteron Leucospis nigricornis larvae Heteroptera Triphleps insidiosus Podisus spinosus, I suspect Another Heteropteron, I suspect like Prionidus Hymenoptera Toxarei trltioaphis Praon avenaphis Allotria tritici All. avenae lysiphlebus nigrioepe Heteroptera T.insidloeus Meuroptera Chrysopa spp. Hymenoptera Lys.myzi Ashm. (Sanderson) Aphelinus mall A.eemiflavus A. nigritus A.flaviceps Neuroptera Chrysopa spp. Hemerobiidae Heteroptera Prionidus cristatus Hymenoptera L.myzi L.oucurbitaphidis Liegorismus fletoheri Neuroptera In exactness, only the Hymenoptera are pure parasites, although some of the predators limit themselves to aphids. The status of others, as ants, i8 in doubt. Many more spp. are omitted. Ant8 Attending Apple Aphids in Wisconsin. This omits consideration of woolly aphis above or below ground. The common ante in Wisconsin orohards are the large black ante (Formica fusca subsp.subserioea) (nitidiventris is said "to be more common in the country according to one collector) "the northern shiny honey ant(Prenolepis imparis Nyl.), and the small reddish brown garden ant (Lasius niger americana?) These ants live in the ground almost invariably. Other ground ants are never seen in apple trees, viz. Solenopsis. Monomorium. Acanthomyops. Tree-inhabiting and tree-frequenting ants will inolude attendants of aphids as the carpenter ants (Camponotus herculeanue subspp.) shed-building antst Cremastogaster lineolata).and other gormica spp.. but no Myrmioa app. as yet noted. The Stenamma records are unusual. Solenopsis and Aoanthomyops spp. are known to tend root aphids in Wisconsin, so may prove worthy of...show more

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  • Paperback | 46 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 3mm | 100g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236607252
  • 9781236607256