Artemisia vulgaris, Journet & Vickery, 1979

Percy, Diana M., Rung, Alessandra & Hoddle, Mark S., 2012, An annotated checklist of the psyllids of California (Hemiptera: Psylloidea), Zootaxa 3193, pp. 1-27: 15

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Artemisia vulgaris
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vulgaris Journet & Vickery, 1979 

Type locality: USA, Michigan, Wyoming; Canada, Quebec, Ontario. Additional distribution: Widespread in USA and Canada. Host plant: Solidago canadensis  , S. rugosa  , S. graminifolia  .

Cryptoneossa Taylor 

triangula Taylor, 1990 

Type locality: Australia.

Additional distribution: Introduced in New Zealand, USA.

Host plant: Eucalyptus citriodora  , E. maculata  .

Remarks: A minor  pest on lemon-scented gum ( E citriodora  ) and spotted gum ( E. maculata  ) in California, and high summer temperatures appear to limit psyllid numbers ( Paine & Dreistadt 2007). First recorded in California in 1995 ( Gill 1995); common name: lemon gum psyllid.

Ctenarytaina Ferris & Klyver 

eucalypti (Maskell, 1890) 

Type locality: Australia.

Additional distribution: Introduced in Europe, New Zealand, South America, USA. Host plant: At least nine Eucalyptus  spp. ( Burckhardt 1998), including E. pulverulenta  , E. globulus  in California. Remarks: First recorded in California in the 1990 s ( Gill 1991, 1992); common name: blue gum psyllid. This species can have four or more generations per year.

Parasitoids: Psyllaephagus pilosus Noyes  ; this introduced parasitoid is a highly effective classical biological control agent. Insecticide use for this pest was eliminated by 1994 as the parasitoids spread throughout California ( Dahlsten et al. 1998).