Lucid key to Important Aphids. Preferred Scientific Name; Aulacorthum solani solani. Taxonomic Tree; Domain: Eukaryota; Kingdom: Metazoa; Phylum: Arthropoda. Light infestations of A. solani can severely injure potato foliage. Its feeding causes discoloured spots on tobacco, and heavily infested plants can show large .

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The foxglove aphidAulacorthum solanialso known as glasshouse-potato aphidis an aphid in the superfamily Aphidoidea in the order Hemiptera. The images below are of Aulacorthum solani apterae in alcohol.

Gibson reported A. Seed potatoes are very susceptible to infection at this stage, and so potato stores should be fumigated when migration has finished, ensuring even distribution of smoke. In other projects Wikimedia Commons Wikispecies. Most do not host alternate and are monophagous with a sexual stage in their life cycle. It has one of the broadest host ranges of any aphid in the world, where they both hosts on dicots and monocots.

sokani Any errors in identification or information are ours alone, and we would be very grateful for any corrections. Its distribution is virtually cosmopolitan. Genus Aulacorthum Aulacorthum aphids On this page: Aulacorthum solani apterae are pear shaped and shiny greenish yellow, usually with a bright green or rust coloured patch at the base of each siphunculus.


The body length of Aulacorthum solani apterae is 1.

Genus Aulacorthum

A few are highly polyphagousoften with no sexual stage in their life cycles. The Aphidoidea, Hemiptera, of Fennoscandia and Denmark. Views Read Edit View history.

Aulacorthum palustre Wax-banded daisy aphid Adult apterae of Aulacorthum palustre are whitish green, aulacorthuj green or pinkish with black tips to the antennae and legs. This page was last edited on 2 Septemberat Aulacorthum solani can also be a vector of about 40 plant viruses, but its relatively poor virus transmission efficiency makes it unimportant as a virus vector in the field.

foxglove aphid (Aulacorthum solani)

Acknowledgements Our particular thanks to Roger Blackman for images of his clarified slide mounts. In ajlacorthum great majority of cases, identifications have been confirmed by microscopic examination of preserved specimens. The body length of Aulacorthum solani apterae is 1. February Learn how and when to remove this template message.

Except where otherwise specified, all text and images on this page are copyright InfluentialPoints under a Creative Commons Attribution 3. Benuzzi describes strategies of biological and integrated control against arthropod pests, including A. This is to ensure that we give you the best experience possible. The clarified slide mounts below are of adult viviparous female Aulacorthum solani: Within a field, aphicides may slightly reduce non-persistent virus transmission, but they cannot prevent it; neither can they control infections brought from outside the field by migrating aphids.

Datasheet Aulacorthum solani solani. Distribution Maps Top of page You can pan and zoom the map. Vols 1 and 2.


Aulacorthum solani

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. In the persistent transmission of viruses, the incubation period is long enough to allow aphicides to control vectors.

Trottin-Caudal and Millot have developed an integrated pest control programme for tomatoes as a protected crop glass and plastic houses. Biological Control Examples of biological control agents used against A. One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using.

In a field study in Belgium, rates of parasitism of Solwni. Aulacorthum solani can also be a vector of about 40 plant viruses, but its relatively poor virus transmission efficiency makes it unimportant as a virus vector in the field.

Host Plant-Resistance Glandular pubescence, a non-specific arthropod resistance mechamism in the wild potato, Solanum berthaultiihas aulacortuum used in potato breeding as a defence against a variety of insect pests, including potato aphids, the potato leaf hopper Empoasca fabae and zulacorthum potato flea beetle Epitrix cucumeris. The winged forms have darker antennae, legs and siphunculi and have a variably developed pattern of tranverse dark bars on the dorsal abdomen.