Aleurodaphis blumeae

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Taxonavigation

Ordo: Hemiptera
Familia: Aphididae
Genus: Aleurodaphis

Name

Aleurodaphis blumeae van der Goot, 1917Wikispecies linkPensoft Profile

  • Aleurodaphis blumeae van der Goot, 1917: 240.
  • Aleurodaphis nobukii Shinji, 1923: 301.
  • Astegopteryx japonica Takahashi, 1923: 150.
  • Aleurodaphis sinisalicis Zhang, 1982: 20. syn. n.
  • Aleurodaphis blumeae van der Goot: Takahashi 1921[1]: 92; Takahashi 1923[2]: 150; Takahashi 1924[3]: 98; Raychaudhuri et al. 1980[4]: 362; Ghosh 1988[5]: 256; Noordam 1991[6]: 47; Tao 1990[7]: 59; 1999: 17; Remaudière and Remaudière 1997[8]: 179; Sorin and Miyazaki 2004[9]: 166.

Comments

The type specimens of Aleurodaphis sinisalicis Zhang, 1982 were checked, including 48 apterous viviparous females, 25 July 1963, Sichuan (Guanxian County), No. Y0399, on Salix sp., coll. G. X. Zhang and T. S. Zhong. The result confirmed the queries of Blackman and Eastop (1994)[10] and Remaudière and Remaudière (1997)[8] that Aleurodaphis sinisalicis (Fig. 2) was a synonym of Aleurodaphis blumeae (Fig. 1).
The original descriptions of Aleurodaphis sinisalicis Zhang, 1982 were accurate, but the morphological characters of Aleurodaphis blumeae in his diagnosis were wrong. Perhaps, this is the main reason why Zhang (1992) described it as a new species. In the original descriptions of Aleurodaphis sinisalicis Zhang, 1982, the diagnosis was: the ratio of body length to antennae length was 4.70 (Aleurodaphis blumeae: 2.70), the base of cauda restricted (Aleurodaphis blumeae: not restricted), and the anal plate bilobed (Aleurodaphis blumeae: not bilobed). Actually, the morphological characters of Aleurodaphis blumeae in this diagnosis were inaccurate. In A. blumeae, the ratio of body length to antennae length was 4.80 instead of 2.70, the base of cauda restricted instead of not restricted, and the anal plate bilobed instead of not bilobed.
The host plant of Aleurodaphis sinisalicis, Salix sp., is perhaps mis-recorded.

Material examined

CHINA (NZMC): 6 apterous viviparous females, 17 August 2004, Guizhou (Daozhen County), No. 15597, host plants unknown, coll. J. Y. Yang; 6 apterous viviparous females, 17 July 2001, Shaanxi (Nanzheng County), No. Y8606, host plants unknown, coll. S. H. Wang; 7 apterous viviparous females, 8 September 1995, Jiangxi (Jinggangshan City), No. 10852, on Compositae, coll. G. X. Zhang; 9 apterous viviparous females and 7 alate viviparous females, 25 April 1984, Shaanxi (Yangling County), No. 64, on Carpesium cernuum, coll. X. F. Dai; 5 alate viviparous females, May 1984, Shaanxi (Yangling County), No. Y6227, host plants unknown, coll. X. F. Dai; 3 apterous viviparous females, 26 June 1983, Zhejiang (Lin’an City), No. Y2692, on Carpesium abrotanoides, collector unknown; 5 apterous viviparous females, 8 April 1998, Guangxi (Napo County), No. 11772, on Callicarpa bodinieri, coll. G. X. Qiao; 14 apterous viviparous females, 21 April 1998, Guangxi (Fangchenggang City), No. 11840, on Senecio scandens, coll. G. X. Qiao; 16 apterous viviparous females, 22 March 1998, Guangxi (Pingxiang City), No. 11580, on Plantago asiatica, coll. G. X. Qiao; 7 apterous viviparous females, Hunan, No. 8887, on Compositae, the collector unknown; 3 apterous viviparous females and 2 nymphs, Feburary 1925, Taiwan (Taihoku), on Ficus sp., coll. R. Takahashi (BMNH); 107 apterous viviparous females, 1 alate viviparous female and 24 nymphs, 21 May 1985, Zhejiang (Hangzhou City), on Carpesium abrotanoides, coll. V. F. Eastop (BMNH); JAPAN (BMNH):2 apterous viviparous females and 4 nymphs, 29 August 1913, Kumamoto, on Blumea sp., coll. Theobald; 10 alate viviparous females, 22 September 1957, Osaka, on Carpesium abrotanoides var. tumbergianum, coll. M. Sorin; 2 apterous viviparous females, 2 alate viviparous females and 4 nymphs, 30 July 1957, Tokyo, Takao Mt., on Blumea sp., coll. R. Takahashi; 7 apterous viviparous females and 12 nymphs, 16 August 1991, Chiba, Sayama, on Carpesium sp., coll. D. L. Stern; KOREA (BMNH): 2 apterous viviparous females, 15 September 1963, Ulnungdo, on Mazus miguelii, coll. W. H. Paik; 1 apterous viviparous female, July 1969, Lri, host plants unknown, coll. W. H. Paik; INDONESIA (BMNH): 6 apterous viviparous females and 2 alate viviparous females, 13 July 1916, Garoet, on Compositae, coll. D. van der Goot; MALAYSIA (BMNH): 3 apterous viviparous females and 2 nymphs, 23 September 1944,Cameron Highlands, on Blumea sp., coll. R. Takahashi; PHILIPPINES (BMNH):1 alate viviparous female, September 1962, Davao Exp. Station, trap in Abacca grove, coll. M. R. Gavarra; 1 alate viviparous female, July 1963, Davao Exp. Station, host plants unknown, coll. M. R. Gavarra; 1 alate viviparous female, January 1964, Davao Exp. Station, host plants unknown, coll. M. R. Gavarra; 1 alate viviparous female, March 1964, Davao Exp. Station, host plants unknown, coll. M. R. Gavarra; 3 apterous viviparous females and 2 nymphs, 13 September 1964, Makiling, on Blumea sp., coll. V. S. Calilung.

Host plants

Carpesium cernuum, Carpesium abrotanoides, Carpesium abrotanoides var. tumbergianum, Senecio scandens, Blumea chinensis, Callicarpa bodinieri, Mazus miguelii, Ficus sp. and Plantago asiatica. The common hosts are various Compositae.

Biology

This species feeds on the lower surface of leaves, along the main veins. It can infest Blumea on stems and undersides of young leaves, causing slight leaf-curl (Calilung 1967[11]).

Distribution

China, Japan, Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia and Philippine.

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. Takahashi R (1921) Aphididae of Formosa. Part I. Agriculture Experiment Station Government of Formosa, Report 20: 1-97.
  2. Takahashi R (1923) Aphididae of Formosa. Part 2. Department of Agriculture Government Research Institute Formosa, Report 4: 1-173.
  3. Takahashi R (1924) Aphididae of Formosa. Part 3. Department of Agriculture Government Research Institute Formosa, Report 10: 1-121.
  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. 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 Remaudière G, Remaudière M (1997) Catalogue of the World’s Aphididae. Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique, Paris, 473 pp.
  9. Sorin M, Miyazaki M (2004) Aleurodaphis of Japan (Hemiptera, Aphididae). Japanese Journal of Systematic Entomology 10(2), 165–177.
  10. 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.
  11. Calilung V (1967) A faunistic study of Philippine Aphids. Philippine Agricultural Scientist 51: 93-170.

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