Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Chaetostomella cylindrica

Chaetostomella cylindrica (Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830)

on Asteraceae

gall

the larvae develop in the capitula, between the achenes. Here also the pupation; no cocoon is formed.

hostplants

Asteraceae, oligophagous

Arctium tomentosum; Carduus acanthoides, argentatus, crispus, nutans, pycnocephalus, tenuis; Carthamus dentatus, tenuis; Centaurea affinis, behen, calcitrapa, cheirolopha, debeauxii, “diacantha”, iberica, jacea & subsp. gaudinii, nervosa, nigra, nigrescens, phrygia subsp. pseudophrygia, scabiosa, solstitialis, stoebe; Cirsium acaulon, arvense, creticum subsp. gaillardotii, eriophorum, erisithales, helenioides, oleraceum, palustre, rivulare, tuberosum, vulgare; Cousinia libanotica; Crupina vulgaris; Cyanus montanus, segetum, triumfettii; Echinops spinosissimus; Galactites tomentosus; Jurinea mollis; Lamyropsis cynaroides; Notobasis syriaca; Onopordon acanthium, bracteatum, cynarocephalum; Picnomon acarna; Ptilostemon gnaphaloides; Serratula tinctoria; Silybum marianum.

synonyms

Chaetostomella onotrophes (Loew, 1846).

notes

probably cylindrica is complex of specialised forms or even species (Knio a.o.).

references

Baugnée (2006a), Bjeliš (2007a), Dirlbeck & Dirlbeck (1994a), Fazel, Fallahzadeh & Gheibi (2011a), Greve (1999a), Harizanova, Stoeva, Cristofaro ao (2010a), Karimpour (2011a), Khaghaninia & Gharajedaghi (2012a), Khaghaninia, Gharajedaghi, Zarghani &a Pour Abad (2012a), Knio, White & Al-Zein (2007a), Kütük, Yaran, Torbali, ao (2019a), Lutovinovas (2014a), Merz & Kofler (2008a), Mohamadzade Namin, Nozari & Rasoulian (2010a) Neuenschwander & Freidberg (1983a), Smit (2010a), Tóth (1969a), White (1988a).

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