Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Cenopalpus pulcher

Cenopalpus pulcher (Canestrini & Fanzago, 1876)

polyphagous

parasite

Adult mites are are orange-red with brown spots, larvae are orange. Mainly at the underside of the leaves, along the midrib.

hostplants

Amaranthus blitum; Citrus limon; Cornus alba, sanguinea; Cotoneaster microphyllus, tomentosus; Crataegus laevigata, monogyna, succulenta; Cydonia oblonga; Eriobotrya japonica; Fagus sylvatica; Ficus carica; Fraxinus pennsylvanica; Hydrangea macrophylla; Juglans regia; Malus domestica, floribunda; Philadelphus coronarius; Pistacia vera; Populus x canescens; Prunus armeniaca, avium, domestica subsp. insititia, persica; Punica granatum; Pyrus communis; Ribes aureum; Rosa canina; Salix elaeagnos; Sorbus aria, borbasii; Syringa vulgaris; Taxus baccata; Tilia; Vitis vinifera.

distribution within Europe

(PESI, 2018).

synonyms

Tenuipalpus pulcher; T. oudemansi Geijskes, 1939.

references

Çobanoğlu, Akçakoyunluoğlu & Çalmaşur (2020a), Erdoğan & Çobanoğlu (2020a), Geijskes (1939a), Gutierrez, Kreiter, Bolland & Cotton (1989a), Hatzinikolis & Emmanouel (1987a), Kontschán (2014a), Kontschán, Kiss & Ripka (2018a), Ripka, Király, Kontschán, ao (2022a), Sağlam & Çobanoğlu (2010a), Ueckermann, Palevsky, Gerson ao (2018a), Ueckermann & Ripka (2015a), Zhovnerchuk, Bondareva & Chumak (2021a).

Last modified 22.vii.2023