Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Terellia serratulae

Terellia serratulae (Linnaeus, 1758)

on Asteraceae

gall

the larvae develop in the capitula. They do not cause any galling, but burrow among the hairs of the florets and the receptacle, may also tunnel in the receptacle. The larvae hibernate in the heads; most pupate only after the winter.

hostplants

Asteraceae, Carduaeae, narrowly oligophagous

Carduus acanthoides, argentatus, defloratus, nutans, onopordioides, pycnocephalus, tenuiflorus; Centaurea iberica; Cirsium acaulon, alatum, amani, arvense, dissectum, eriophorum, erisithalales, libanoticum, oleraceum, palustre, phyllocephalum, tuberosum, vulgare; Galactites tomentosa; Onopordum acanthium, tauricum; Lamyropsis cynaroides; Ptilostemon acarna, gnaphaloides.

references

Baugnée (2006a), Bjeliš (2007a), Bland & Rotheray (1994b), Karimpour (2011a), Khaghaninia & Gharajedaghi (2012a), Khaghaninia, Gharajedaghi, Zarghani & Pour Abad (2012a), Kütük & Yaran (2011a), Kütük, Yaran, Torbali, ao (2019a), Merz & Blasco-Zumeta (1995a), Mohamadzade Namin & Nozari (2011a, 2011a), Mohamadzade Namin, Nozari & Najarpoor (2010a), Mohamadzade Namin, Nozari & Rasoulian (2010a), Merz & Kofler (2008a), Neuenschwander & Freidberg (1983a), Redfern (1968a), Smit (2010a), White (1988a).

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