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Callipterinella minutissima (Stroyan), an aphid living in birch catkins



Callipterinella minutissima (Stroyan), an aphid living in birch catkins



Journal of Natural History, 194: 623-626



Localized populations of the introduced European aphid Callipterinella minutissima are reported for the first time in North America. This species was found on European white birch (Betula pendula) (an abundant ornamental tree) in northern California. The aphids fed inside bud scales and developing leaves when the buds burst in spring, and subsequent spring- and summer-generation aphids fed and reproduced in the female catkins. This is the first report of aphids feeding inside female catkins.

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DOI: 10.1080/00222938500770381


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