The Psylloidea (Homoptera) of Fennoscandia and Denmark
BRILL, 1 jan. 1992 - 347 pagina's
Until recently, the system of classification of the Psylloidea was discussed exclusively on the basis of adult morphology. The system proposed by Burckhardt is followed here. With a few exceptions, the illustrations for the present book were prepared by the author. The terminalia of all species (m/f) have been figured. Furthermore, the 5th instar nymphs of nearly all the species have been keyed and figured. For each species, the distribution in and outside Denmark and Fennoscandia is briefly given. Information concerning the Scandinavian countries was compiled from literature and from the author's records based on identifications for museums and private collectors over the last 53 years. Distribution data for outside Fennoscandia and Denmark were derived mainly from Klimaszewski (1973). Information on the biology of the species has been compiled from the literature and from the author's observations.
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5th instar nymph abdomen abdominal dorsum Adult aedeagus antenna in dorsal antennal segment Aphalara apical Bactericera Biology Body length brownish Cacopsylla caudal Chermes circumanal pore field circumanal pore rings claws and arolium Common and widespread conifers Craspedolepta Czechoslovakia Denmark Distribution dorsal aspect dorsum East Fennoscandia female in frontal female proctiger female subgenital plate Female terminalia Flor Foerster forewing of male forewing-pad Forewings Fig frontal aspect Frst fuscous Genal cones half of dorsum head in frontal Hemiptera hindwing-pad Hodkinson Homoptera Host-plants larvae left antenna left forewing left half left paramere left wing-pads Length of body length of males Light green Loginova Male parameres Male terminalia marginal sectasetae Norway Ocular seta Ossiannilsson Overall length pale Psylla psyllids Psylloidea pterostigma Reuter Romania Scale sclerites sectasetae Shape and surface species specimens structure of head Sulc surface spinules Sweden tergum thorax Trioza Univoltine USSR veins yellow yellowish Zett