Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Haematoloma dorsata

Haematoloma dorsata (Ahrens, 1812)

polyphagous

parasite

Larvae, covered by froth, at the root collar and roots of herbs and grasses; adults free on the needles of conifers.

host plants, larvae

Avenella flexuosa; Brachypodium pinnatum; Carex flacca; Festuca lemanii; Melica ciliata; Pinus sylvestris; Potentilla pusilla; Sanguisorba minor.

host plants, adults

Abies alba, cephalonica; Cedrus atlantica, deodara; Cupressus arizonica, sempervirens; Juniperus communis & subsp. nana; Picea abies, pungens; Pinus brutia, hapelensis, heldreichii, jeffeyi, mugo, nigra & subsp. laricio, pinaster, pinea, ponderosa, radiata, sylvestris; Pseudotsuga menziesii.

phenology

Umnivoltine

distribution within Europe

(PESI, 2020).

synonyms

Haematoloma dorsatum.

references

Baugnée (2003b), Covassi, Roversi & Toccafondi (1989a), Mühlethaler, Holzinger, Nickel & Wachmann (2018a), Nickel & Niedringhaus (2009a).

Last modified 15.i.2021