Aphids of the genus Dysaphis Börner (Homoptera, Aphididae) living on plants of the family polygonaceae

  title={Aphids of the genus Dysaphis B{\"o}rner (Homoptera, Aphididae) living on plants of the family polygonaceae},
  author={Andrey V. Stekolshchikov},
  journal={Entomological Review},
All morphs of two species of the genus Dysaphis, D. radicola (Mordv.) and D. rumecicola (Hori), living on plants of the family Polygonaceae, are described in detail. Morphometrical analysis has shown that D. radicola meridialis Shaposhnikov, 1964 is merely a synonym of D. radicola radicola (Mordvilko, 1897), and D. albocinerea (Hille Ris Lambers, 1956) and D. rheicola Daniyarova ex Narzikulov et Daniyarova, 1971, synonyms of D. rumecicola (Hori, 1935). D. emicis (Mimeur, 1935) is downgraded to… 

Large-scale geography survey provides insights into the colonization history of a major aphid pest on its cultivated apple host in Europe, North America and North Africa

This work investigated the demographic history of the rosy apple aphid, Dysaphis plantaginea, a major pest of the cultivated apple in Europe, North Africa and North America, as well as the diversity of its microbiota, and found that D. Plantaginea rarely hosts other endosymbiotic bacteria than its obligate nutritional symbiont Buchnera aphidicola, suggesting that secondary endosYmbionts did not play an important role in the rapid spread.



Taxonomic studies on Dysaphis Borner (Homoptera: Aphididae) from the Indian subcontinent.

Abstract Fourteen species of Dysaphis Borner are treated from the Indian subcontinent with descriptions of one new species, D. selinumi from Selinum tenuifolium; a new subspecies, D. (Pomaphis)

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A total of 14 genus and 108 species synonyms in family Aphididae are listed with explanations and comments, including proposed nomenclatural changes.

Family Aphididae : Part 2 of tribe Macrosiphini of subfamily Aphidinae

This volume contains keys and descriptions of some of the aphids belonging to the Macrosiphini occurring in Scandinavia with drawings and colour plates, relevant for those interested in entomology and the insect fauna of Europe.

Some new Aphids from Hokkaido

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Phylogenetic Basis of a System of the Short-tailed Aphids (Anuraphidina) with Reference to Their Relationships with the Host Plants,

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Recent Developments in the Taxonomic Study of the Genus Dysaphis Börner

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The British Species of Dysaphis Börner, (Her Majesty’s

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