Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Cacopsylla

Cacopsylla spec on Pyrus spec.

Pyrus spec., Hungary, Budapest, 29.iv.2021 © László Érsek

Cacopsylla spec on Pyrus spec.

adult, dorsal

Cacopsylla spec on Pyrus spec.

ventral

Cacopsylla spec on Pyrus spec.

adult with eggs

Cacopsylla spec on Pyrus spec.

detail

Cacopsylla spec on Pyrus spec.

massive egg-production

Cacopsylla spec on Pyrus spec.

detail

Cacopsylla spec on Pyrus spec.

18.iv.2021, larva

Cacopsylla spec: eggs on Pyrus communis

Pyrus communis, Hongarije, Budapest, 23.iii.2017 © László Érsek: eggs

Cacopsylla spec: egg on Pyrus communis

a single egg

Cacopsylla spec: egg on Pyrus communis

detail

gall

psyllid eggs have a fairly characteristic shape: smooth, obtuse at one side, acute at the other. The shape does not differ much between the species, only in Bactericera the acute end is more or strongly prolonged.

Caco[sylla spec.: gall on  Crataegus monogyna

Crataegus monogyna, Belgium, prov. Hainaut, Bailièvre, 12.v.2020 © Stéphane Claerebout

Caco[sylla spec.: imago

adult

references

Conci (2000a).

Last modified 8.v.2021