Pleotrichophorus chrysanthemi (Theobald, 1920)
Aptere ± 2 mm, light green to yellowish, in dense colonies at the underside of yellowinh leaves.
distribution within Europe
Found all over the world on cultivated chrysanthemums. Very closely related to Pleotrichophorus glandulosus, possibly a form that has recently be derived from that species.
Blackman & Eastop (2018), Corpuz-Raros & Cook (1974a), Miller & Stoetzel (1997a).