Cephalaria gigantea

Barjadze, Shalva, 2011, A new species of Aphis Linnaeus (Hemiptera: Aphididae) from Cephalaria gigantea (Dipsacaceae) in Georgia, Zootaxa 2821, pp. 39-46: 45

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.206760

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/039687AA-7E12-1812-40B7-FF48DFD6FE26

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scientific name

Cephalaria gigantea
status

 

Key to aphids (apterous viviparous females) from Cephalaria gigantea   worldwide

1. ANT tubercles well developed; URS with 6–9 accessory hairs; SIPH with a subapical zone of polygonal reticulation; ANT III with sec. rhin................................................................. Macrosiphum rosae (Linnaeus)  

-. ANT tubercles little developed; URS with 2–6 accessory hairs; SIPH without a subapical zone of polygonal reticulation; ANT III without sec. rhin.................................................................................... 2

2. Spinal tubercles absent; longest hairs on ANT III 52 –75 microns; longest hairs on ANT III 1.8–2.8 x BD III; SIPH 1.42–2.05 x cauda; cauda with 12–20 hairs........................................................ Aphis cephalariae   sp.n.

-. Spinal tubercles present on head, prothorax, ABD TERG I, VII, VIII; longest hairs on ANT III 13.– 36 microns; longest hairs on ANT III 0.4–1.4 x BD III; SIPH ca. 2 x cauda; cauda with 4–6 hairs............. Dysaphis cephalarioides Shaposhnikov