Choricymoza sequoiae, Bliven, 1955,

Percy, Diana M., Rung, Alessandra & Hoddle, Mark S., 2012, An annotated checklist of the psyllids of California (Hemiptera: Psylloidea), Zootaxa 3193, pp. 1-27: 21

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.280093

persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03DF8633-FFB1-FFD1-42B7-FCABFE0CE263

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scientific name

Choricymoza sequoiae
status

comb.n.

sequoiae ( Bliven, 1955)  comb.n.

Choricymoza sequoiae Bliven, 1955: 12 

Type locality: USA, California.

Host plant: Likely to be Rubus  sp.

Remarks: Remarks: Burckhardt and Lauterer (1997) posited that this species may be conspecific with Phylloplecta rubicola  (recorded from Washington). Further examination and comparison of the type specimens is needed to confirm this. There is also a close resemblance to P. occidentalis  .

Platycorypha Tuthill  nigrivirga Burckhardt, 1987 

Type locality: Argentina.

Additional distribution: Bolivia, Brazil, Uruguay. Introduced in Europe, USA, California Host plant: Tipuana tipu  .

Remarks: First detected in southern California in October 2008 ( Rung et al. 2009), this psyllid is a pest of the ornamental legume, Tipu  , or rosewood tree; common name: Tipu  psyllid. Predators: Brazilian populations are partly controlled by coccinellid beetles ( Coleoptera  : Coccinellidae  ).

Psylla Geoffroy  alni (Linnaeus, 1758) 

Type locality: Europe.

Additional distribution: Widely distributed across the Palaearctic region. USA, Arizona, California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, Washington; Canada, Alberta, British Columbia; Greenland. Host plant: Alnus rhombifolia  .

Kingdom

Animalia

Genus

Choricymoza

Loc

Choricymoza sequoiae

Percy, Diana M., Rung, Alessandra & Hoddle, Mark S. 2012
2012
Loc

Choricymoza sequoiae

Bliven 1955: 12
1955