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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: A New Species Of Neolasioptera Felt (diptera: Cecidomyiidae) On Cuphea Carthagenensis (jacq.) Macbride (lythraceae) In Brazil, With Notes On Its Biology
Author: Gagne R.J.
Ferraz F.F.F.
Monteiro R.F.
Abstract: Neolasioptera cupheae Gagne, n.sp., is described from Cuphea carthagenensis in Rio de Janeiro State in Brazil. It forms a multilocular, spheroid-cylindrical stem gall covered with a dense coat of glandular trichomes that exude a sticky resin. The gall occurs throughout the year, with the highest numbers in February and March, and the lowest in June. Four species of parasitoid wasps belonging to the families Eulophidae, Ceraphronidae, Eupelmidae, and Platygasteridae were obtained in low numbers from the galls.
Rights: fechado
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Date Issue: 1998
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