Andricus


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Noun1.Andricus - cynipid gall wasps, chiefly affecting oaksAndricus - cynipid gall wasps, chiefly affecting oaks
arthropod genus - a genus of arthropods
Cynipidae, family Cynipidae - a family of Hymenoptera
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Los registros mejor documentados en el Neartico fueron en agallas tuberosas de las especies Andricus ruginosus Bassett y A.
Roedd wedi'i ganfod ar warchodfa Tanygader yn Awst 2008, ac meddai: "y wenynen Andricus quercuscalicis sy'n achosi'r chwydd.
Taxonomically, Callirhytis is a genus close to Andricus, and for a time, the former was included as a subgenus of Andricus (Nieves-Aldrey 2001; Melika 2006).
Abe, "Host race formation in the gall wasp Andricus mukaigawae," Entomologia Experimental et Applicata, vol.
Ibaliinae Ibalia leucospoides (Hochenwarth) LIOPTERIDAE 1.Mayrellinae Paramblynotus zonatus Weld CYNIPIDAE 1.Cynipinae Andricus kollari (Hartig) Callirhytis erithrocephala (Giraud) Diplolepis rosae (Linnaeus) Neuroterus politus Hartig Phanasis hypochoeridis (Kieffer) Plagiotrochus amenti Kieffer Plagiotrochus australis (Mayr) Plagiotrochus britaniae Barbotin Plagiotrochus quercusilicis (Fabricius) Plagiotrochus cardiguensis (Tavares) Saphonecrus barbotini Pujade-Villar & Nieves-Aldrey Saphonecrus gallaepomiformis (Boyer de Fonscolombe) Eschatocerus acaciae (Mayr) Eschatocerus myriadeus Kieffer & Joergensen Eschatocerus niger Kieffer & Joergensen Synergus nicaraguensis Diaz & Gallardo Synergus umbraculus (Olivier) FIGITIDAE 1.
Longitudinal range expansion and cryptic eastern species in the western Palaearctic oak gallwasp, Andricus coriarius.
olivaceus: Ectinorus levipes (Jordan y Rothschild), Eritranis andricus Jordan, Nosopsyllus londinenses (Rothschild), N.
Evidence that Anatolia might have been an important refuge for plants and animals has been recently found for the gall wasp (Andricus quercustozae) by Rokas et al.
Other persistent and visible oak galls are formed as an irregularly oval growth on the lower petiole by Andricus quercuspetiolicola (Bassett).
(1993) found equal frequencies of attack of the cynipid gall wasp (Andricus californicus) on pure Quercus dumosa and on all hybrid classes of trees, but not on pure Q.