Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Euura anglica

Euura anglica (Cameron, 1877)

on Salix

Euura anglica: gall on Salix viminalis

Salix viminalis, Noord-Brabant, Oeffelt © Tineke Cramer; from Mol (2013a)

Euura anglica: gall on Salix viminalis

also two-sided galls do occur

Euura anglica: detail of larva

markings of the larva; from Mol (2013a)

Euura anglica: gall on Salix viminalis

Salix viminalis, Belgium, prov. Limbourg, Dal van de Grensmaas, Hochter Bampd-Herbicht, 2.vi.2020 © Carina Van Steenwinkel

Euura anglica: larva

larva

Euura anglica: larva

another specimen

Euura anglica: larva

detail

Euura anglica: lexuvium

a day later, exuvium

gall

Larvae in a tight tubular, downwards rolled, leaf margin, extending over almost the full length of the leaf. Larva solitary. Without the larva the galls cannot reliably be identified.

hostplants

Salicaceae, narrowly monophagous

Salix gmelinii, viminalis.

According to Beneš (2015a) also S. schwerinii.

larva

Third abdominal segment with 4 dorsal annulets, 1-3 with setae. Suranal plate with widely separated pseudocerci. Pseudocerci black, their base as well. Segments 9 and 10 dorsally with two black spots.

synonyms

Phyllocolpa anglica.

note

Member of the Euura oblita species group.

references

Beneš (2015a), Kopelke (1999a), Liston, Heibo, Prous ao (2017a), Mol (2013a), Vikberg (2009a).

Last modified 5.vi.2020