Plant Parasites of Europe

leafminers, galls and fungi

Ocnogyna baetica

Ocnogyna baetica (Rambur, 1836)

on herbs

parasite

Larvae freely on the leaves. During the autumn and part of the winter they live in large groups in extensive communal webs; after the winter the last instar larvae live solitarily.

host plants

polyphagous

Asphodelus ramosus; Borago officinalis; Calendula; Chrysanthemum; Diplotaxis; Drimia maritima; Ecballium; Erodium ciconium; Galactites tomentosus; Leontodon; Malva sylvestris; Medicago sativa; Mercurialis annua; Onopordum; Plantago; Rosmarinus; Senecio vulgaris; Silybum marianum; Vicia faba; Vitis.

distribution within Europe

PESI (2021).

egg, larva, pupa

see Lepiforum.

synonyms

Ocnogyna baeticum.

references

Dobado (2019a), Lepiforum (2021), Marabuto (2018a), del Tío & Ocete (1996a), Torres Vila & Bueno Martínez (2012a), Žikić, Ritt, Colacci, ao (2019a).

Last modified 13.xi.2021