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Title: Aportación al conocimiento de los cecidios encontrados en la vegetación de Murcia y localidades próximas del SE de España (Arthropoda: Insecta y Acari; Bacterii)
Other Titles: Contribution to the knowledge of galls found in Murcia and neighbouring locations from South-Eastern Spain vegetation (Arthropoda: Insecta and Acari; Bacterii)
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Universidad de Murcia, Facultad de Biología
ISSN: 1989-2128
Related subjects: 58 - Botánica
Keywords: Agalla
Arthropoda
Bacterii
Gall
Species
Abstract: 54 especies cecidógenas de las familias Eriophyidae (Acari), Ceci - domyiidae y Tephritidae, (Diptera), Aphididae, Coccidae, Psyllidae y Tingidae (Hemiptera), Cynipidae y Tenthredinidae (Hymenop - tera), Gelechiidae (Lepidoptera) y Rhizobiales (Proteobacteria) se registran en la Región de Murcia. 34 se citan por primera vez en Murcia. Se ilustran y definen con caracteres diagnósticos todas las agallas. En la familia Fagaceae se ha detectado el mayor número de especies cecidícolas, con 12 especies en el género Quercus , seguida de Asteraceae con 7 especies en 6 especies vegetales y Salicaceae con 6 especies en 4 hospedantes. Se proporciona una tabla con las especies inductoras de agallas y los hospedantes atacados. Finalmente, se menciona la presencia de la fasciación sobre Pinus halepensis.
Abstract Contribution to the knowledge of galls found in Murcia and neighbouring locations from South-Eastern Spain vegetation (Arthropoda: Insecta and Acari; Bacterii) 54 gall-inducer species belonging to the families Eriophyidae (Acari), Cecidomyiidae and Tephritidae (Diptera), Aphididae, Cocci - dae, Psyllidae and Tingidae (Hemiptera), Cynipidae and Ten - thredinidae (Hymenoptera), Gelechiidae (Lepidoptera) and Rhizo - biales (Proteobacteria) are recorded from the Region of Murcia. 34 species are recorded for the first time in Murcia. All galls are illus - trated and defined with diagnostic characters. Fagaceae is the fam - ily in which more gall-inducer species have been found, with 12 species on the genus Quercus , followed by Asteraceae, with 7 spe - cies on 6 plant species, and Salicaceae with 6 species on 4 hosts. A table with all the gall-inducing species in which the attacked host has been reported is given. Finally, the presence of the fasciation on Pinus halepensis is mentioned.
Primary author: Salas-Remón, Patricia
Llimona, Xavier
Lozano Parejo, María Teresa
Alcaraz, Francisco
Pujade-Villar, Juli
Published in: Anales de Biología, 37, 2015
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10201/44311
Document type: info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Number of pages / Extensions: 26
Rights: info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess
Temporary material: 1977-2014
Geographic Materia: Murcia, España
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