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Complex architecture of Tamarix nilotica and resource utilization by the spindle-gall moth Amblypalpis olivierella (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae)



Complex architecture of Tamarix nilotica and resource utilization by the spindle-gall moth Amblypalpis olivierella (Lepidoptera: Gelechiidae)



Israel Journal of Entomology 34: 1-17



Tamarix nilotica and the spindle-gall moth, Amblypalpis olivierella, were studied to test the hypothesis that gall-inducing larvae utilize the most vigorous plant modules available on individual host plants. Five trees were studied in the vicinity of Caesarea, Israel, and the complexity of their architecture and phenology are described. Four types of shoot were recognized: pendulous, upright, short, and bole sprouts.

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