Baccharis texana, Crawford, 1914,

Percy, Diana M., Rung, Alessandra & Hoddle, Mark S., 2012, An annotated checklist of the psyllids of California (Hemiptera: Psylloidea), Zootaxa 3193, pp. 1-27: 18

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scientific name

Baccharis texana
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texana Crawford, 1914 

Type locality: USA, Texas.

Additional distribution: USA, Arizona, California, Colorado, Kansas, Nevada, New Mexico, Utah; Mexico; Nicaragua; Peru.

Host plant: Prosopis juliflora  , P. chilensis  and P. glandulosa  . Also recorded less reliably from Pithecellobium  sp., Sphaeralcea angustifolia  , Monarda citriodora  , and Chrysopsis  sp. Remarks: Jensen (1945) suggested that Prosopis chilensis  may be the primary host species.

Homotoma Guérin-Méneville  ficus (Linnaeus, 1758) 

Type locality: Europe.

Additional distribution: Warmer regions of western Palaearctic; introduced in USA. Host plant: Ficus carica  .

Remarks: First recorded in California in 1970 s ( CSCA).

Kuwayama Crawford  medicaginis (Crawford, 1910) 

Type locality: USA, Colorado.

Additional distribution: USA, Arizona, California, New Mexico, Texas; Mexico. Host plant: Unknown, possibly Medicago sativa  .

Livia Latreille  caricis ( Crawford, 1914) 

Type locality: USA, California, Colorado, Illinois, Maine, New Mexico, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Utah, Virginia; Canada, British Columbia.

Additional distribution: USA, Idaho.

Host plant: Carex  sp.

Remarks: Hodkinson and Bird (2000) note that some Californian specimens show some unique morphological variation.

Parasitoids: A related Livia  species in Europe is parasitized by an itonid gall midge ( Lestodiplosis liviae Rübsaamen  ).

CSCA

California State Collection of Arthropods

Kingdom

Plantae

Phylum

Tracheophyta

Class

Magnoliopsida

Order

Asterales

Family

Asteraceae

Genus

Baccharis

Loc

Baccharis texana

Percy, Diana M., Rung, Alessandra & Hoddle, Mark S. 2012
2012
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Crawford 1914
1914