Aleurodaphis

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Hemiptera
Familia: Aphididae

Name

Aleurodaphis van der Goot, 1917Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

  • Aleurodaphis van der Goot, 1917: 239.
  • Aleurodaphis van der Goot: Baker 1929[1]: 86; Takahashi 1931[2]: 92; Takahashi and Sorin 1958[3]: 31; Raychaudhuri et al. 1980[4]: 36; Ghosh 1988[5]: 249; Noordam 1991[6]: 47; Tao 1990[7]: 58; Blackman and Eastop 1994[8]: 551; Remaudière and Remaudière 1997[9]: 181; Tao 1999[10]: 17.

Type species

Aleurodaphis blumae van der Goot, 1917.

Diagnosis

Body oval and flat. In apterous females: body aleyrodiform, absence of frontal horns, and wax glands arranged along the crenulated margin of body. Head and prothorax, meso- and metathorax, abdominal tergites I–VII fused, respectively; only abdominal tergite VIII free; antennae 4 or 5-segmented, primary rhinaria small and ciliated; eyes with 3 facets. Dorsal setae fine and sparse. Rostrum reaching mid-coxae, at most hind coxae. Ultimate rostral segment obviously longer than second hind tarsal segment. Legs short; first tarsal chaetotaxy: 2–4, 2–4, 2–4; dorsal-apical setae on second hind tarsal segments with funnel-shaped apex. Siphunculi ring-shaped. Cauda knobbed and anal plate bilobed. In alate viviparous females: antennae 5-segmented, with secondary rhinaria near ring-shaped, without cilia; eyes normal; first tarsal chaetotaxy: 4, 4, 4, sometimes 3 or 2; fore wings with media once branched, pterostigma extended and two cubitus fused or separated at base; hind wings with two obliques.

Host plants

The range of host plants in Aleurodaphis is quite wide, including Compositae (Aster, Blumea, Carpesium, Chrysanthemum, Kalimeris, Ligularia, Parasenecio, Senecio), Balsaminaceae (Impatiens), Gramineae (Bambusa), Moraceae (Ficus), Plantaginaceae (Plantago), Scrophulariaceae (Mazus), Styracaceae (Sinojackia), Theaceae (Stewartia), Verbenaceae (Callicarpa) and Violaceae.

Biology

Five species, Aleurodaphis asteris, Aleurodaphis blumeae, Aleurodaphis impatientis, Aleurodaphis ligulariae and Aleurodaphis mikaniae, mainly feeding on Compositae species, have monoecious and anholocyclic life cycle. Aleurodaphis sinojackiae Qiao & Jiang, sp. n. and Aleurodaphis stewartiae can form galls on the leaves of the primary host plants, but their secondary hosts are unknown. The details of Aleurodaphis antennata wereunreported (Ghosh 1988[5]; Blackman and Eastop 1994[8], 2006[11]; Sorin and Miyazaki 2004[12]).

Distribution

China, Japan, India and Indonesia.

Keys to species of Aleurodaphis

Apterous viviparous females

Alate viviparous females

Taxon Treatment

  • Jiang, L; Qiao, G; 2011: A review of Aleurodaphis (Hemiptera, Aphididae, Hormaphidinae) with the description of one new species and keys to species ZooKeys, 135: 41-56. doi

Other References

  1. Baker A (1929) Generic classification of the Hemipterous family Aphididae. Bulletin, United States, Department of Agriculture 826: 1-109.
  2. Takahashi R (1931) Aphididae of Formosa. Part 6. Department of Agriculture Government Research Institute Formosa, Report 53: 1-127.
  3. Takahashi R, Sorin M (1958) Notes on the aphid of Aleurodaphis in Japan (Homoptera). Akitu, Kyoto 7: 31-32.
  4. Raychaudhuri D, Ghosh M, Pal P, Ghosh A (1980) Taxonomy of aphids of north-east India and Bhutan. Taxonomic accounts of the subfamilies. Subfamily Hormaphidinae. 358–394. In Raychaudhuri DN.Aphids of north-east India and Bhutan. The Zoological Society, i–viii, Calcutta, 521 pp.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Ghosh A (1988) The Fauna of India and the Adjacent Countries (Homoptera: Aphidoidea) Part 4 Subfamilies: Phloeomyzinae, Anoeciinae and Hormaphidinae. Zoological Survey of India, Calcutta, 429 pp.
  6. Noordam D (1991) Hormaphidinae from Java (Homoptera: Aphididae). Zoologische Verhandelingen (Leiden) 270: 1-525.
  7. Tao C (1990) Aphid-fauna of Taiwan Province, China. Taiwan Provincial Museum Press, Taibei, 327 pp.
  8. 8.0 8.1 Blackman R, Eastop V (1994) Aphids on the World’s Trees. An Identification and Information Guide. CAB International in Association with the Natural History Museum, Wallingford, UK, 987 pp.
  9. Remaudière G, Remaudière M (1997) Catalogue of the World’s Aphididae. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Paris, 473 pp.
  10. Tao C (1999) List of Aphidoidea (Homoptera) of China. Taiwan Agricultural Research Institute Special Publication 77: 1-144.
  11. Blackman R, Eastop V (2006) Aphids on the World’s Herbaceous Plants and Shrubs. The Natural History Museum, John Wiley & Sons Ltd, Chichester, UK, 1439 pp.
  12. Sorin M, Miyazaki M (2004) Aleurodaphis of Japan (Hemiptera, Aphididae). Japanese Journal of Systematic Entomology 10(2), 165–177.

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