Trioza obtusa Patch, 1911
Psylloidea : Triozidae :


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Descriptions and Illustrations


Tuthill, 1943

Crawford, 1914


Related species

T. albifrons     T. astraea     T. aylmeriae     T. bakeri     T. beameri     T. breviantennata     T. chlora     T. eugeniae     T. forcipula     T. frontalis     T. inversa     T. loletae     T. longicornis     T. magnoliae     T. mexicana     T. mira     T. phoradendri     T. quadripunctata     T. robusta     T. sembla     T. sinuosa     T. sp.-nr.-russellae     T. stygma     T. sulcata     T. viridis    



Recorded hosts

Rosaceae: Amelanchier    



Species recorded from similar hosts

Trioza frontalis     T. inversa     T. mira     T. sulcata    



Distribution Map

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Internet references

Bugguide - photos: live adults and nymphs


Sources

1. Crawford D. L. 1914. A monograph of the jumping plant-lice or Psyllidae of the new world. 85: 186 pp. Government Printing Office, Washington (United States of America).

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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