Aleurolobus wunni (Ryberg, 1926)

polyphagous

parasite

Puparia at th undersides of the leaves. They are 1 mm long, broad-oval, flat, black, with a short white fringe along the margin; dorsally some long white threads of wax. Contrary ro related species no eye spots are visible.

host plants

Asarum europaeum; Cimicifuga; Clematis vitalba; Frangula alnus; Linnaea borealis; Lonicera fragrantissima, nigra, tatarica, xylosteum; Phlomis; Spiraea; Symphoricarpos albus; Vaccinium myrtillus.

In northern Europe mainly on Linnaea borealis, in Central Europe mainly on Asarum europaeum.

phenology

Univoltine; hibernation as puparium.

distribution within Europe

(PESI, 2019).

references

Huldén (1986a), Jansen & Ivanova (2018a), Klasa (2011a), Klasa & Palaczyk (2008a), Klasa & Wiśniowski (2016a), Malumphy, Ostrauskas & Pye (2009a), Martin, Mifsud & Rapisarda (2000a), Šimala, Masten Milek & Pintar (2015a).

mod 16.iii.2019