Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Rhizopulvinaria artemisiae

Rhizopulvinaria artemisiae (Signoret, 1873)

on herbs

parasite

Adult females 2-4 mm long, greenish-brown to light brown, hemispheric; at the roots.

host plants

Acantholimon ulicinum; Acanthophyllum;Achillea; Alyssum; Artemisia campestris, fragrans, vulgaris; Astragalus; Bupleurum; Camphorosma; Cerastium; Datura; Dianthus pyrenaicus, sylvestris; Euphorbia; Foeniculum vulgare; Gypsophila fastigiata; Helichrysum stoechas; Jasminum fruticans; Minuartia setacea; Noaea mucronata; Phagnalon rupestre; Salsola; Santolina; Satureja; Scutellaria; Silene; Tanacetum; Teucrium montanum “subsp. subvillosum”, polium; Thymbra capitata; Veronica multifida.

Preference for plants growing under semi-arid and arid conditions.

distribution within Europe

(PESI, 2019).

synonyms

Rhizopulvinaria dianthi (Bodenheimer, 1943). Rh. grandicula Borchsenius, 1952; Rh. halli Borchsenius, 1952; Rh. hissarica Borchsenius, 1952; Rh. megriensis Borchsenius, 1952; Rh. pyrethri Borchsenius, 1952; Rh. spinifera Borchsenius, 1952; Rh. turkmenica Borchsenius, 1952; Rh. variabilis Borchsenius, 1952; ; Rh. viridis Borchsenius, 1952.

references

Cebeci̇ & Selmi̇ (2004a), Gavrilov (2009a), Hellrigl (2004a), Kaydan, Ülgentürk & Erkiliç (2013a), Köhler (2009b, 2011a), Kozár & Ostafichuk (1987a), Mifsud, Mazzeo, Russo & Watson (2014a), Şi̇şman & Ülgentürk (2010a), Szita, Fetykó, Konczné Benedicty, ao (2017a).

Last modified 23.i.2024