Ophelimus maskelli (Ashmead, 1900)
Eucalyptus camaldulensis, Frankrijk, dépt. Var, Le Pradet, lieu-dit “Lou Pigno” © Stéphane Claerbout
Eucalytus gunnii, France, dép. Bouches du Rhône, La Ciotat © Hélène Dumas: youg gall, horizontal section; oviposition by Anastatus bifasciatus (Geoffroy, 1785) (Eupelmidae; det. HD)
numerous, ± 1 mm large, pale green to reddish pustules, up to 100 on leaf. After the wasp has vacated the gall, a conspicuous opening remains in the top. Two or more generations.
Eucalyptus camaldulensis, globulus, gunnii.
E. camaldulensis, that is planted mainly in recreational areas, is much more sensitive than E globulus, essentially a forest tree.
In the first publications about the occurrence of this species in Europe it was incorrectly identified as E. eucalypti (Gahan, 1922), and under that name it is listed in the Fauna Europaea (2014).
Branco, Boavida, Durand ao (2009a), Borowiec, Thaon, Brancaccio ao (2012a), Dhahri, Ben Jamaa & Lo Verde (2010a), Mifsud (2012a), Protasov, La Salle, Blumberg ao (2007a).