2 edition of leafhopper genus Giprus (Homoptera:Cicadellidae) found in the catalog.
leafhopper genus Giprus (Homoptera:Cicadellidae)
Jane Rosamund Sawbridge
Written in English
|Statement||by Jane Rosamund Sawbridge.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 89 leaves, bound :|
|Number of Pages||89|
The leafhopper vectors of phytopathogenic viruses A review of the leafhopper genus Jikradia with descriptions of four new species (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) Keys to the families of Cicadomorpha and subfamilies and tribes of Cicadellidae (Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha) Leafhoppers (Homoptera: Cicadellidae) of the Yukon: Dispersal and endemism. Leafhoppers overwinter as adults and are found in spring on basal grape leaves and weeds. Grape leafhopper. The adult grape leafhopper is about inch (3 mm) long and light to pale yellow with distinct dark brown and reddish markings. Eggs are laid singly in epidermal tissue on the underside of leaves and appear as a bean-shaped, blisterlike.
Four-spotted Clover Leafhopper - Agallia quadripunctata: Four-spotted Clover Leafhopper - Agallia quadripunctata: Four-spotted Clover Leafhopper - Agallia quadripunctata: Agalliopsis sp. Agalliopsis sp. Agalliopsis sp. Agalliopsis peneoculata: Agalliopsis peneoculata: Agalliopsis sp. Agalliopsis ancistra: Agalliopsis cervina: Agalliopsis Missing: Giprus. Leafhopper species included in this key. [Last update: 11 September ] Taxa marked with an asterisk * include species which are not present in Australia and are of biosecurity concern to Australia. NOTE: THIS PAGE IS STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION.
land leafhoppers are the moderately large tawny forms comprising the genus Exitianus Ball. It contains 43 species of which 6 species occur in Asia. Members of the genus are most readily distinguished by usually having a transverse dark band on the vertex (Plate II: A–E), males with a small number of apical stout setae on the pygofer (Figs 1A–D). Empoasca is one of the most economically important genera of leafhoppers, with the potato leafhopper and other polyphagous species causing substantial damage to field and horticultural crops annually. The current lack of reliable identification aids and doubts about the identities of numerous previously described species hinders the ability of economic entomologists and quarnatine officers to Missing: Giprus.
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This book is a collection of articles rather than a unified text on leafhoppers. I found the article on Acoustic Behavior and Plant Defensive Mechanisms to be very useful, but the articles on External Morphology and Internal Morphology were not.
A good book if 3/5(1). The leafhopper genus Xyphon, included in the sharpshooters, is a widely distributed group of insects whose species are vectors for various plant diseases.
Xyphon has historically contained up to 9 species. These species have been poorly delimited in the past and their identification has been difficult using published keys.
The genus is. Various species of leafhoppers attack grapevines throughout the world. In Cyprus, the grapevine leafhopper complex consists of three species that have been identified by C.A.B. International Institute of Entomology (London) as Zygina rhamni (Ferrari), Jacobiasca lybica (Bergevin & Zanon), and Leafhopper genus Giprus book decedens (Paoli).
Assessment of population density through D-vac samples and insect. The leafhopper genus Giprus (Homoptera:Cicadellidae). A revision of the deltocephaline leafhopper genus Giprus Oman (Homoptera: Cicadellidae: Deltocephalinae).
Hishimonus Ishihara is a large genus of leafhoppers widely distributed in Asia, Africa, and Australia. Its greatest diversity appears to be in the Oriental region where recent investigations on Hishimonus suggest much of the diversity remains undocumented.
In the present study, twenty-eight species of the leafhopper genus Hishimonus Ishihara from China are reviewed based on comparative Author: Lan Du, Wu Dai. The Leafhopper genus Batracomorphus (Cicadellidae, Iassinae) in the Eastern Oriental and Australian regions by Knight, W.j.
at Pemberley Books. Here, we re view the species of the Old W orl d leafhopper genus Hishimonoides Ishihara. T welv e spe- cies, including tw o new species, are r ecognized in the genus: H. arbudae Viraktamath et al. Leafhopper Vectors and Plant Disease Agents is the second in a multivolume series on vectors, vector-borne disease agents, and plant disease spread.
This text aims to collect findings in leafhopper vector research, to suggest promising frontiers for further research, and to call attention to possible practical applications of understanding of.
citrus leafhopper and at colour-break for the green citrus leafhopper, and continues through to the winter months. The factors which promote leafhopper attack are not well understood. A shortage of new growth following a heavy infestation may cause leafhoppers to switch to fruit. The control ofMissing: Giprus.
Review of Chinese species of the leafhopper genus Amrasca Ghauri (Hemiptera, Cicadellidae, Typhlocybinae), with description of a new species, species checklist and notes on the identity of the.
Kee Dewdney Feb Dear Tom, I must congratulate you on putting up a splendid site for insects generally, with many groups well enough represented that those of us doing broadband surveys find the galleries very frequently useful in ID g: Giprus.
Buy The Planthoppers and Leafhoppers of Britain and Ireland (): Identification Keys to All Families and Genera and all British and Irish Species not recorded from Germany: NHBS - Michael A Wilson, Alan Stewart, Robert Biedermann, Herbert Nickel, Rolf Niedringhaus, WABV.
Members of the deltocephaline leafhopper genus Giprus Oman live on grasses, primarily in the desert-scrub, chaparral, and marine sand dune communities of western North America. Of 16 known species, 10 are undescribed. Recharacterization of the genus results in Author: Jane Rosamund Sawbridge.
A revision of the deltocephaline leafhopper genus Giprus Oman (Homoptera: Cicadellidae: Deltocephalinae) Author: Jane R Sawbridge ; California Academy of Sciences. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
THE LEAFHOPPER GENUS GIPRUS (HOMOPTERA:CICADELLIDAE) INTRODUCTION Members of the genus Giprus Oman are slender, small to medium-sized leafhoppers, cinereous to amber in color, and fre-quently with blackish-brown markings on the wings and head.
They inhabit western North America, occurring in climatic zones ranging. A leafhopper is the common name for any species from the family Cicadellidae. These minute insects, colloquially known as hoppers, are plant feeders that suck plant sap from grass, shrubs, or trees.
Their hind legs are modified for jumping, and are covered with hairs that facilitate the spreading of a secretion over their bodies that acts as a water repellent and carrier of : Insecta.
The leafhopper genus Batracomorphus (Cicadellidae, Iassinae) in the eastern Oriental and Australian regions.
Knight, W J Type. Article. Date of Publication. Original Publication. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History).
Find the full book in @BioDivLibrary: Cited by: 4. The grape leafhopper (Erythroneura) is a slender yellow-coloured insect with red markings and is about 3 mm long. It feeds on developing leaves and overwinters among fallen grape leaves.
It is found on the grapevine, Virginia creeper, and apple tree and is controlled by spraying or g: Giprus. Leafhoppers [Cicadellidae (Jassidae)] are abundant in the tropics and subtropics.
Reproduction is usually sexual, and most species are multivoltine. Eggs are typically inserted into the main vein or petiole on the underside of g: Giprus.Nymphs of leafhoppers of the subfamily Deltocephalinae (Homoptera, Cicadellidae). Program and book of abstracts of 2nd European Hemiptera Congress, Slovenia, Fiesa, 20–24 June – Fiesa, – P.
26– Dmitriev, D.A., General morphology of leafhopper nymphs of the subfamily Deltocephalinae (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae). Acta. The leafhopper genus Pediopsis, which belongs to the subfamily Macropsinae, was established by Burmeister (), as a subgenus of Bythoscopus.
Subsequently Kirkaldy () raised it to genus level and designated Jassus tiliae Germar, as the type species. Later, Anufriev () described 1 new species from Russia.