Dysaphis Börner, Borner

Brumley, Cameron, 2020, A checklist and host catalogue of the aphids (Hemiptera: Aphididae) held in the Australian National Insect Collection, Zootaxa 4728 (4), pp. 575-600: 584

publication ID

https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4728.4.12

publication LSID

lsid:zoobank.org:pub:539D63E3-DA64-480B-AC7C-14805EC0B1A4

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03A087AA-FF95-B10C-38D6-5186FB0C6E09

treatment provided by

Plazi

scientific name

Dysaphis Börner
status

 

Subgenus Dysaphis Börner  

Dysaphis (Dysaphis) apiifolia (Theobald)  

ACT: Foeniculum vulgare   ( Apiaceae   ); NSW: Foeniculum vulgare   ( Apiaceae   ); SA: Foeniculum vulgare   ( Apiaceae   ); VIC: present

Dysaphis (Dysaphis) foeniculus (Theobald)  

ACT: Daucus carota   ( Apiaceae   ); NSW: Daucus carota   ( Apiaceae   ), Foeniculum vulgare   ( Apiaceae   ); QLD: Daucus carota   ( Apiaceae   ); SA: Daucus carota   ( Apiaceae   ), Foeniculum vulgare   ( Apiaceae   ); Norfolk Island: Daucus carota   ( Apiaceae   )

Dysaphis (Dysaphis) lappae (Koch)  

ACT: Onopordum acanthium   ( Asteraceae   ); NSW: Onopordum acanthium   ( Asteraceae   ); VIC: Cynara cardunculus   ( Asteraceae   )

Remarks: A long standing introduction to Australia, with it first being referenced in Naumann (1993). Earliest collection details are from Mt. Derrimut, VIC, 1982, col: P. Ridland. Further collections were made in 1986 in ACT and NSW. Determinations by M. Carver.

Dysaphis (Dysaphis) radicola (Mordvilko)  

ACT: Rumex crispus   ( Polygonaceae   ), Rumex   sp. ( Polygonaceae   ); VIC: Rumex crispus   ( Polygonaceae   )

Dysaphis (Dysaphis) tulipae (Boyer de Fonscolombe)  

ACT: Iris   sp. ( Iridaceae   ); NSW: present; SA: Iris orientalis   ( Iridaceae   ); VIC: Iris   sp. ( Iridaceae   )

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Aphidomorpha

Family

Aphididae

Genus

Dysaphis