Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Lygus gemellatus

Lygus gemellatus (Herrich-Schäffer, 1835)

on Artemisia, etc.

parasite

Larvae and adults at the leaves, zoophytophagous.

host plants

polyphagous

Achillea arabica, millefolium; Amaranthus retroflexus; Anchusa leptophylla; Artemisia abrotanum, absinthium, “alosin”, campestris, vulgaris; Astragalus penduliflorus; Astrodaucus orientalis; Beta vulgaris; Carum carvi; Caucalis platycarpos; Centaurea polypodiifolia; Chamerion angustifolium; Cichorium intybus; Convolvulus arvensis; Crambe orientalis; Crepis foetida, tectorum; Cyanus depressus; Erigeron canadensis; Euphorbia amygdaloidesm esula subsp. tommasiniana; Falcaria vulgaris; Ferula orientalis;Helianthus annuus; Matricaria chamomilla; Medicago sativa; Melilotus officinalis; Mentha longifolia; Onobrychis montana; Ononis; Rochelia disperma; Sanguisorba armena; Senecio inaequidens; Sophora alopecuroides; Tanacetum balsamita; Tripleurospermum inodorum; Verbascum phlomoides, speciosum; Xeranthemum annuum.

distribution within Europe

PESI (2021).

synonyms

Exolygus gemellatus; Lygus adspersus (Schilling, 1837).

references

Aukema, Baugnée, Bosmans, ao (2001a), Aukema, Chérot, Viskens & Bruers (2014a), Aukema & Hermes (2009b), Baugnée (2003c), Bech (19969a), Bruers & Aukema (2007a), Casaseca Delgado (2003a), Chłond & Gorczyca (2009a), Demchenko (2004a), Malenovský, Baňař & Kment (2011a), Matocq, Pluot-Sigwalt & Özgen (2014a), Rédei (2006a), Ribes & Sauleda (1979a), Rizzotti Vlach (1998a), Šefrová (2015b), Varis (1995a), Wagner (1950b), Yazıcı & Yıldırım (2017a).

Last modified 30.iii.2022