Synopsis of the armored scale genus Melanaspis in North America (Homoptera: Diaspididae) by Lewis L. Deitz

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Published by North Carolina Agricultural Research Service, Order from Dept. of Agricultural Communications, North Carolina State University in Raleigh, NC .

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Other titlesGenus Melanaspis in North America., Melanaspis in North America.
StatementLewis L. Deitz and John A. Davidson.
SeriesTech. bul. ;, 279
ContributionsDavidson, John A.
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LC ClassificationsQL527.D5 D45 1986
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Paginationiv, 91 p. :
Number of Pages91
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Open LibraryOL2347670M
LC Control Number86622476

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Notes on the taxonomy, morphology, distribution, food-plants and biology of the 35 species of diaspidid in the genus Melanaspis occurring in North America are presented in this synopsis, and 5 new species are described.

A key to the adult females is given. Among the species treated from the USA are M. obscura, a pest of pecans and oaks (Quercus spp.), M. tenebricosa, a pest of soft maples (Acer Cited by: 4.

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Synopsis of the armored scale genus Melanaspis in North America (Homoptera: Diaspididae). North Carolina State University, Technical Bulletin No. 92 pp. Deitz, L.L., & Davidson, J.A. Synopsis of the armored scale genus Melanaspis in North America (Homoptera: Diaspididae).

North Carolina State University, Technical Bulletin No. Notes: Synopsis of the armored scale genus Melanaspis in North America (Homoptera: Diaspididae). Synopsis of the armored scale genus Melanaspis in North America (Homoptera: Diaspididae). North Carolina State University, Technical Bulletin # Ehler, L.E.

Espesye sa insekto nga una nga gihulagway ni Comstock ni adtong ang Melanaspis smilacis. Ang Melanaspis smilacis sakop sa kahenera nga Melanaspis sa kabanay nga Diaspididae. Pagka karon wala pay siak nga nalista ubos niini niya. Ang mga gi basihan niini. ; Kining maong panid kataposang giusab niadtong 11 Disyembre sa An Melanaspis lilacina in uska species han Insecta nga syahan ginhulagway ni Cockerell hadton An Melanaspis lilacina in nahilalakip ha genus nga Melanaspis, ngan familia nga Diaspididae.

Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. An Melanaspis tenebricosa in uska species han Insecta nga syahan ginhulagway ni Comstock hadton An Melanaspis tenebricosa in nahilalakip ha genus nga Melanaspis, ngan familia nga Diaspididae. Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista.

Mga kasarigan. ; Ini nga pakli kataposan nga ginliwat dida han13 Hulyo An Melanaspis calura in uska species han Insecta nga syahan ginhulagway ni Cockerell hadton An Melanaspis calura in nahilalakip ha genus nga Melanaspis, ngan familia nga Diaspididae.

Waray hini subspecies nga nakalista. Mga kasarigan. Espesye sa insekto nga una nga gihulagway ni Comstock ni adtong ang Melanaspis Melanaspis obscura sakop sa kahenera nga Melanaspis sa kabanay nga Diaspididae.

Pagka karon wala pay siak nga nalista ubos niini niya. Ang mga gi basihan niini. Melanaspis calcarata Ferris, Aspidiotus leivasi McKenzie, Aonidiella leivas Costa Lima, Espesye sa insekto nga una nga gihulagway ni Costa Lima ni adtong ang Melanaspis leivasi.

Ang Melanaspis leivasi sakop sa kahenera nga Melanaspis sa. Deitz LL, Davidson JA () Synopsis of the armored scale genus Melanaspis in North America (Homoptera: Diaspididae).

North Carolina Agricultural Research Service Technical Bulletin. Den här artikeln har skapats av Lsjbot, ett program (en robot) för automatisk redigering.

() Artikeln kan eventuellt innehålla språkliga fel eller ett märkligt bildurval. Mallen kan avlägsnas efter en kontroll av innehållet (vidare information). Armored scale insects are among the most damaging and least understood of the pests that prey on forest trees, fruit and nut crops, landscape ornamentals, and greenhouse plants.

The passage of U.S. plant quarantine laws was prompted by devastation caused by an armored scale in the nineteenth century, and the appearance of new invasive species remains a vital concern at ports of entry and for. Synopsis of the armored scale genus Melanaspis in North America (Homoptera: Diaspididae).

North Carolina Agricultural Research Service. Technical Bulletin   Deitz LL, Davidson JA. () Synopsis of the armored scale genus Melanaspis in North America (Homoptera: Diaspididae). North Carolina Agricultural Research Service Technical Bulletin i-iv, 1–92 [Google Scholar] Ferris GF.

() Atlas of the scale insects of North America Series III. Stanford University Press, – [Google Scholar]. The armored scale, Melanaspis deklei Deitz & Davidson (Coccoidea: Diaspididae), was reported for the first time in the state of South Carolina, U.S.A., in THE ARMORED SCALE INSECTS (HEMIPTERA DIASPIDIDAE) OF ALABAMA, USA (1) INTRODUCTION The family Diaspididae (armored scale insects), is a large and diverse family, which is widely distributed across the state of Alabama.

Yet, there is no published literature available cataloging the occurrence of armored scale insects in Alabama. OWEN ( Melanaspis deliquescens [1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] är en insektsart som beskrevs av Ferris Melanaspis deliquescens ingår i släktet Melanaspis och familjen.

Melanaspis aliena Ferris, Insaspidiotus alienus McKenzie, Pseudischnaspis alienus Houser, Chrysomphalus alienus Fernald, Aspidiotus alienus Newstead, Espesye sa insekto nga una nga gihulagway ni Robert Newstead ni adtong ang Acutaspis aliena.

Ang Acutaspis aliena sakop sa kahenera nga Acutaspis sa. Synopsis of the armored scale genus. Melanaspis in North America (Homoptera: Diaspididae).

North Carolina State. University Technical Bulletin, ,1. Deitz LL, Davidson JA. () Synopsis of the armored scale genus Melanaspis in North America (Homoptera: Diaspididae). North Carolina Agricultural Research Service Technical Bulletin i-iv, 1–92; Ferris GF. () Atlas of the scale insects of North America Series III.

new genus and species. of armored scale insect (Hemiptera: Diaspididae), Protomorgania koebelei. Dooley and Evans, is described and illustrated from specimens collected by Albert Koebele on.

Pittosporum. (Pittosporaceae) in Australia around the year A key to the genera of armored scale insects similar to. Pro-tomorgania. These are some common examples of armored scales found in home landscapes but there are many others.

1) Euonymus scale, Unaspis euonymi - For more information on euonymus scale. 2) Obscure Scale, Melanaspis obscura A native scale, oaks are a primary host.

Common on pin and willow oaks planted in the landscape. Scale covers can overlap on. Synopsis of the armored scale genus Melanaspis in North America (Homoptera: Diaspididae). North Carolina State University, Technical Bulletin No.

92 pp. Melanaspis rossi Lindinger, Chrysomphalus rossi Leonardi, Aspidiotus rossi Cockerell, Aspidiotus rossi Maskell, Espesye sa insekto nga una nga gihulagway ni William Miles Maskell ni adtong ang Lindingaspis rossi.

Ang Lindingaspis rossi sakop sa kahenera nga Lindingaspis sa kabanay nga Diaspididae. Pagka karon wala pay. Synopsis of the armored scale genus Melanaspis in North America (Homoptera: Diaspididae).

North Carolina State University Technical Bulletin,1– Google Scholar. Disclaimer: The Animal Diversity Web is an educational resource written largely by and for college doesn't cover all species in the world, nor does it include all the latest scientific information about organisms we describe.

Though we edit our accounts for accuracy, we cannot guarantee all information in those accounts. Scale insects are divided into two groups, armored scales and soft scales, and if you need to control a scale problem, it helps to know which type of scale you are trying to control.

The most important distinction is that armored scales do not produce honeydew, while soft scales produce large amounts of honeydew. Armored scales also tend to be smaller than soft scales and have.

Study of the species of armored scale insect pests reveals that if one member of a genus is a pest, it is likely that at least one other member of the same genus also will be a pest.

In Beardsley and Gonzalez (), 36 of the 43 species listed as principal armored scale insect pests have a congener also on the list. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ames, Oakes, Genus Habenaria in North America.

Stanfordville, N.Y.: E.M. Coleman, (OCoLC) bottomland species native throughout eastern North America. It has characteristic red petioles, flowers, and brilliant red foliage in the fall.

Gloomy scale (Melanaspis tenebricosa) The most important insect pest of red maples in the southeastern U.S. is the gloomy scale, Melanaspis tenebricosa (Hemiptera: Diaspididae).

This native armored. Scale abundance varied by tree species for maples (χ 2 =p genus had significantly more scale insects than their exotic congener(s).

On maples, % of the scales we collected were armored scales (Hemiptera: Diaspididae), and the remaining % were soft scales. Goals / Objectives Develop and deliver new tools and analyses of plant pests, invasive insects, and mites.

Using morphological and molecular characters of aphids, plant-feeding mites, scale insects, termites, and thrips, evaluate, characterize, and synthesize systematic information to discover and delimit new and previously described species and formulate hypotheses of relationship at higher.

Abstract. Tea scale, Fiorinia theae Green (Hemiptera: Diaspididae), has long been one of the most important pests of Ilex and Camellia plants, particularly in the southeastern United States.

This exotic armored scale insect reduces host plant health and function, and often requires insecticide use, which poses risks to nontarget organisms. Scale abundance varied by tree species for maples (χ 2 =p genus had significantly more scale insects than their exotic congener(s) (Table 1). On maples, % of the scales we collected were armored scales (Hemiptera: Diaspididae), and the remaining % were.

But with the rapid onset of warm spring weather, the window of opportunity is relatively small in north Texas and many other parts of the state. Armored scale like obscure and gloomy scale are especially difficult to treat during the summer months, so the dormant season when leaves are off the trees is an excellent time to treat with a dormant oil.

Giuseppina Pellizzari, in World Crop Pests, Pulvinaria vitis (Linnaeus). The cottony vine scale, Pulvinaria vitis is common and widespread throughout the Palearctic Region on a number of host plant genera (e.g., Betula, Alnus, Corylus, Populus, Salix, Crataegus and Vitis) but it is a pest only on vines and then only aks of P.

vitis have been recorded in the vineyards. Benjamin B. Normark, in Sperm Biology, The strange case of scale insects. Scale insects are the one group in which the proliferation of microtubules precededthe origins of haplodiploidy.

Female scale insects are wingless and often immotile as adults. In several families, adult female scale insects lack not only legs but also eyes and antennae, and are often sequestered inside a.

Armored scale definition is - any of a family (Diaspididae) of scale insects having a firm covering of wax best developed in the female.The armored scale insects of Texas (Homoptera: Coccoidea: Diaspididae), Part VI The genus Acanalonia in America north of Mexico (Fulgoridae, Homoptera) Cicadellidae) for North and Central America including the West Indies A synopsis of the genus Stenocranus, and a new species of Mysidia (Homoptera) Morphology and taxonomy of the adult.

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