Cerodontha (Poemyza) incisa (Meigen),

Eiseman, Charles S. & Lonsdale, Owen, 2018, New state and host records for Agromyzidae (Diptera) in the United States, with the description of thirty new species, Zootaxa 4479 (1), pp. 1-156: 44-45

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4479.1.1

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:93C84828-6EEF-4758-BEA1-97EEEF115245

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03D287EF-FF8B-E466-A8E5-573E433CFDF9

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scientific name

Cerodontha (Poemyza) incisa (Meigen)
status

 

Cerodontha (Poemyza) incisa (Meigen) 

( Figs. 28View FIGURE 22–29, 131View FIGURES 124–132)

Material examined. IOWA: Howard Co., Hayden Prairie State Preserve, 15.vii.2015, em. 30.vii.2015, C.S. Eiseman, ex? Phalaris  , #CSE1910, CNC564724 (1♀). MASSACHUSETTS: Franklin Co., Northfield, 263 Capt. Beers Plain Rd., 11.vii.2012, em. by 27.vii.2012, C.S. Eiseman, ex Phalaris arundinacea  , #CSE4, CNC358500 (1♀); 276 Old Wendell Rd., 2.viii.2014, em. 11.viii.2014, C.S. Eiseman, ex Phleum pratense  , #CSE1302, CNC384827–384829 (1♂ 2♀); Plymouth Co., West Bridgewater, 41.991852, -71.033550, 7.viii.2013, em. 17.viii.2013, C.S. Eiseman, ex Cinna arundinacea  , #CSE816, CNC392642 (1♀); Bridgewater, 16.viii.2013, em. 18–29.viii.2013, C.S. Eiseman, ex Cinna arundinacea  , #CSE826, CNC384722–384724 (2♂ 1♀); Worcester Co., Phillipston, along Burnshirt River (42.52149046, -72.09219652), 4.vii.2017, em. 15.vii.2017, C.S. Eiseman, ex Calamagrostis canadensis  , #CSE3955, CNC939733 (1♂); NEW YORK: Columbia Co., Ghent, 17.vii.2015, em. 3.viii.2015, C. Vispo, ex Phalaris arundinacea  , #CSE2172, CNC654350 (1♂); NORTH CAROLINA: Durham Co., Durham, 28.v.2015., em. by. 3.vi.2015, T.S. Feldman, ex Poaceae  , #CSE1585, CNC564649 (1♂); Pelham Road, 27.vii.2017, em. summer 2017, T.S. Feldman, ex Poaceae  , #CSE4346, CNC939824–939825 (2♀); OKLAHOMA: Payne Co., Mehan, 36.014339° N, -96.996744° W, 2.vi.2017, em. 21.vi.2017, M.W. Palmer, ex Elymus canadensis  , #CSE3935, CNC939907 (1♀).

Tentatively identified material. MASSACHUSETTS: Nantucket Co., Nantucket, Squam Swamp, 27.vii.2017, em. by 22.viii.2017, C.S. Eiseman, ex Juncus tenuis  , #CSE4157, CNC 939650 (1♀).

Hosts. Poaceae  : Agrostis  alba  L.” [= stolonifera L.?], Bromus tectorum  L., Calamagrostis  * canadensis (Michx.) P. Beauv.  , * Cinna arundinacea  L., Elymus  * canadensis L.  , E. glaucus Buckley  , E. repens  (L.) Gould, Hordeum vulgare  L., Pascopyrum smithii (Rydb.) Á. Löve  , Phalaris arundinacea  L., Phleum pratense  L., Setaria pumila (Poir.) Roem. & Schult.  , Triticum aestivum  L., Zea mays  L., Zizania aquatica  L. ( Frick 1959; Spencer 1969). Since Juncus tenuis Willd.  ( Juncaceae  ) would represent a new host family for Cerodontha incisa  , we have chosen not to list it among the confirmed hosts until males can be reared from this plant.

Leaf mine. ( Fig. 131View FIGURES 124–132) A whitish, sometimes inflated, upper surface blotch, with up to four larvae feeding together. Frass is in scattered black grains.

Puparium. ( Fig. 28View FIGURE 22–29) Elongate, black, iridescent; formed within the mine.

Distribution. Widespread in the northern half of the US and in Canada, south at least to OK and NC; Europe; Pakistan; Japan (Nowakowski, 1973).

CNC

Canadian National Collection of Insects, Arachnids, and Nematodes

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Agromyzidae

Genus

Cerodontha