EurekaMag.com logo
+ Site Statistics
References:
52,725,316
Abstracts:
28,411,598
+ Search Articles
+ Subscribe to Site Feeds
EurekaMag Most Shared ContentMost Shared
EurekaMag PDF Full Text ContentPDF Full Text
+ PDF Full Text
Request PDF Full TextRequest PDF Full Text
+ Follow Us
Follow on FacebookFollow on Facebook
Follow on TwitterFollow on Twitter
Follow on Google+Follow on Google+
Follow on LinkedInFollow on LinkedIn

+ Translate

Descriptions of three new species of the genus Kermes from China (Homoptera: Coccoidea: Kermesidae)






Journal of Shandong Agricultural University 24(4): 417-426

Descriptions of three new species of the genus Kermes from China (Homoptera: Coccoidea: Kermesidae)

Kermes orientalis sp. nov., K. fuscuatum sp. nov. and K. castaneae sp. nov., are described, all found on woody plants of the family Fagaceae, in Qufu (Shandong), Kunming (Yunnan) and Xinyang (Henan), resp.


Accession: 002590828



Related references

Liu YongJie; Shi YuLiang, 1995: Two new species of Kermes (Homoptera: Coccinea: Kermesidae), with a key to the young adult females of known species of Kermes from China. Kermes orientalis is described from Quercus acutissima in Shandong and K. flavus sp. nov. is described by the first author from Castanea mollissima in Yunnan, China. A key to young adult females of this genus in China is given.

H.X., 1986: Studies on gall like scale insects with descriptions of three new species from shandong china homoptera coccoidea kermesidae. In China, the Kermesidae comprises only the genus Kermes principally found on oaks. Previous descriptions of Kermes species were based primarily on old, sclerotized females, whose body shape and color pattern are subject to great changes. In the p...

Hu, X.P., 1986: Studies on gall-like scale insects, with descriptions of three new species from Shangdong, China (Homoptera: Coccoidea: Kermesidae). In China, the family Kermesidae comprises only the genus Kermes which is principally found on oaks (Quercus). The 1st-instar nymph and adult male and female of Kermes are described. The taxonomy of Kermes is discussed, and information is included...

Hu, X., 1986: Studies on gall-like scale insects, with descriptions of three new species of three new species from Shandong, China (Homoptera: Coccoidea: Kermesidae). In China, the Kermesidae comprises only the genus Kermes principally found on oaks. Previous descriptions of Kermes species were based primarily on old, sclerotized females, whose body shape and color pattern are subject to great changes. In the p...

H.X.ngping.; L.S.izhu., 1993: On a newly recorded genus and a new species of Kermesidae (Homoptera: Coccoidea) from China. Scientia Silvae Sinicae. Mar; 292: 110-114

Hamon, A.B., 1977: Gall-like scale insects (Kermes spp.) (Homoptera: Coccoidea: Kermesidae). Notes are given on the morphology, distribution within Florida, and economic importance of Kermes galliformis Ril., K. kingii Ckll. and K. pettiti Ehrh. which resemble galls in appearance and which are recorded in Florida on Quercus spp. causing d...

Hamon, A.; Lambdin, P.; Kosztarab, M., 1976: Life history and morphology of Kermes kingi in Virginia (-Homoptera: Coccoidea: Kermesidae). Bulletin 111 1-31

Borkhsenius, N.S., 1959: Notes on Coccoidea of China. Part VIII. Descriptions of a genus and two new species of Diaspididae (Homoptera, Coccoidea). (Scientific results of the Chinese-Soviet expeditions in 1955-1957 to south-western China). Zoologicheskii Zhurnal Moscow, 38: 1821-1824

Sternlicht, M., 1972: A new species of Kermes Boitard (Coccoidea, Kermesidae) from England on oak. The author describes the first- and second-stage nymphs and the young and mature adult females of Kermes williamsi sp.n., which was collected on branches and in cracks in the bark of oak (Quercus sp.) in England.

Marotta, S.; Ripullone, F.; Tranfaglia, A., 1999: Bio-ethological observations on Kermes vermilio (Planchon) (Homoptera Coccoidea Kermesidae) harmful to Quercus ilex in the Basilicata region (Italy). Kermes vermilio (Planchon) is a gall-like scale insect reported as a pest on ornamental Quercus ilex in some Central and Southern Italy urban environments. In the years 1993-1995, its life cycle, behaviour and natural enemies were studied on scale...