Folia entomologica hungarica

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Author(s): Ripka, G. & de Lillo, E.
Title: New data to the knowledge on the eriophyoid fauna in Hungary (Acari: Eriophyoidea)
Year: 1997
Volume: 58
Pages: 147-157.

Abstract: Authors give a report on the results of collections made between 1990 and 1996 on street trees, in green spaces of housing estates and in botanical gardens. Eriophyoid mites were found on 84 woody plant species out of the 269 studied. A total of 85 eriophyoid species were identified. Among them, 3, 76 and 6 species of Phytoptidae, Eriophyidae and Diptilomiopidae occurred, respectively. The following 19 species were new for the Hungarian fauna: Aceria campestricola (Frauenfeld), A. ligustri (Keifer), A. marshalli (Keifer), Aculops gleditsiae (Keifer), A. rhodensis (Keifer), Aculus knowltoni Keifer, Anthocoptes striatus Ponomareva, A. transitionalis Hodgkiss, Calepitrimerus occithujae Keifer, Coptophylla lamimani (Keifer), Diptacus corni de Lillo et Fontana, Eriophyes brownei Keifer, E. burtsi Wilson et Oldfield, E. emarginatae Keifer, Rhinotergum schestovici Petanovic, Stenacis palomaris Keifer, Tegolophus califraxini (Keifer), Tegonotus pseudoobtusus Petanovic, Tetraspinus lentus Boczek. Six species: Aceria ligustri, A. marshalli, Aculus knowltoni, Anthocoptes transitionalis, Calepitrimerus occithujae and Eriophyes burtsi are new for the European fauna, too. Out of the host-plants 66 species proved to be new.

Journal: Folia entomologica hungarica
Journal abbreviation: Folia ent. hung.
ISSN: 0373-9465
Publisher: ,
Editor(s): Mahunka, S.