Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Dysmicoccus angustifrons

Dysmicoccus angustifrons (Hall, 1925)

on herbs

parasite

Scales in the root collar and superficial roots.

host plants

polyphagous

Alkanna tinctoria; Althaea; AnchusaArtemisia; Bunium; Cardaria; Carthamus lanatus; Caucalis; Centaurea solstitialis, virgata; Chondrilla; Cicer; Cichorium intybus; Cirsium arvense; Crepis; Daucus glaber, guttatus; Dianthus; Diplotaxis tenuifolia; Ecballium elaterium; Echinophora tenuifolia; Echium; Erigeron canadensis; Eryngium cmpestre; Euphorbia; Falcaria; Ferula; Festuca; Geranium; Glaucium; Helianthus; Iris; Lactuca; Lithospermum; Malva sylvesrris; Marrubium; Medicago sativa; Nepeta; Onobrychis; Onopordum; Papaver; Perovskia; Phlomis; Salvia officinalis; Scabiosa; Sedum; Sideritis; Sonchus; Stachys; Taraxacum; Teucrium; Thymus; Tragopogon; Turgenia; Verbascum; Xeranthemum.

distribution within Europe

(PESI, 2020).

synonyms

Trionymus multivorus (Kiritshenko, 1936).

references

Bolu (2021a), Cebeci̇ & Arslangundogdu (0000a), Danzig (1997a), Fetykó (2014a), Hellrigl (2004a), Kaydan, Ülgentürk & Erkiliç (2013a), Kaydan, Ülgentürk, Zeki, ao (2004a), Matile-Ferrero, Williams & Kaydan (2015a), ScaleNet (2024), Szita, Fetykó, Konczné Benedicty, ao (2017a). Zarkani̇ & Turanli (2019a).

Last modified 26.i.2024