Phytomyza davisii (Walton),

Eiseman, Charles S. & Lonsdale, Owen, 2019, New State and Host Records for Agromyzidae (Diptera) in the United States, with the Description of Ten New Species, Zootaxa 4661 (1), pp. 1-39: 18

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4661.1.1

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/2A7A4D79-353C-FFBE-14C5-FF3BFC3AFD87

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scientific name

Phytomyza davisii (Walton)
status

 

Phytomyza davisii (Walton) 

( Figs. 25, 26View FIGURES 14–26, 57, 58View FIGURES 57–63)

Material examined. MASSACHUSETTS: Berkshire Co., Lenox, Parsons Marsh , 20.vi.2017, em. 8–10.vii.2017, C.S. Eiseman, ex Ranunculus recurvatus  , #CSE3910, CNC939714–939717View Materials (3³ 1♀)  .

Hosts. Ranunculaceae  : Clematis  L., Ranunculus abortivus  L., R. * recurvatus Poir.  ( Spencer & Steyskal 1986; Winkler et al. 2009).

Leaf mine. ( Figs. 57, 58View FIGURES 57–63) A blotch adjoining the leaf margin; larva exiting through a slit in the upper epidermis ( Spencer & Steyskal 1986). Each mine on Ranunculus recurvatus  began at the tip of a lobe. The newest part of the mine was whitish to pale green, with the earlier portion turning brown. Faint feeding lines were sometimes visible. The sparse, dark brown frass was deposited in fine grains and irregular particles.

Puparium. ( Fig. 26View FIGURES 14–26) Dark brown; formed outside the mine.

Distribution. USA: IN, * MA, MI, MN, MT, NY, WI; Canada: ON, QC.

MA

Real Jardín Botánico

MI

Università degli Studi di Milano

MN

Museu Nacional, Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro

MT

Mus. Tinro, Vladyvostok

NY

William and Lynda Steere Herbarium of the New York Botanical Garden

WI

Vilnius University

ON

Natural History Museum

QC

National Museum of Natural History, Bulawayo

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Diptera

Family

Agromyzidae

Genus

Phytomyza