Cacopsylla brevistigmata (Patch, 1912)
Psylloidea : Psyllidae : Psyllinae


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Descriptions and Illustrations


Patch, 1912

Tuthill, 1943

Tuthill, 1943

Tuthill, 1943


Related species

C. acuminata     C. alaskensis     C. alba     C. albagena     C. americana     C. annulata     C. arctica     C. breviata     C. bulbosa     C. confusa     C. coryli     C. curta     C. difficilis     C. dilonchi     C. fatsiae     C. fibulata     C. haliaeeti     C. hamata     C. highwoodensis     C. hirsuta     C. insignita     C. jenseni     C. kananaskensis     C. latiforceps     C. ledi     C. longiforceps     C. macleani     C. maculata     C. magna     C. magnicauda     C. mali     C. manisi     C. media     C. minor     C. minuta     C. myrtilli     C. nana     C. negundinis     C. nigranervosa     C. nordica     C. notapennis     C. omani     C. palmeni     C. parallela     C. pararibesiae     C. peregrina     C. phlebophyllae     C. propria     C. pyricola     C. quadrilineata     C. rara     C. ribesiae     C. ribis     C. rufipennis     C. sinuata     C. sorbi     C. spiculata     C. striata     C. stricklandi     C. subspiculata     C. tenuata     C. tobirae     C. toolikensis     C. tuthilli     C. usitata     C. yosemitensis     C. zaicevi    



Recorded hosts

Rosaceae: Cercocarpus     Cercocarpus betuloides     Cercocarpus ledifolius    



Species recorded from similar hosts

Cacopsylla acuminata     C. difficilis     C. insignita     C. maculata     C. magna     C. media     C. nigranervosa     Ceanothia aculeata     Nyctiphalerus adustus     N. cercocarpi     N. idahoensis     N. tantillus     Pexopsylla cercocarpi    



Distribution Map

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Internet references

Bugguide - photos: live adults


Sources

1. Patch, E. M. 1912. Notes on Psyllidae. Bulletin of the Maine Agricultural Experimental Station 202: 215-234 [216].

2. Tuthill, L.D. 1943. The Psyllids of America North of Mexico: (Psyllidae: Homoptera). Iowa State College journal of science, 218p.




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