monophagous leaf mining larvae of stigmella

Monophagous leaf-mining larvae of Stigmella (Lepidoptera

phagous leaf-mining larvae of Stigmella (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae) on birch: pat-terns and differentiation in exploitation of the host. - Holarct. Ecol. 10: 206-218. Patterns of larval coexistence, density and mortality of six birch feeding Stigmella leaf-miners were analysed in four field sites in the Netherlands. Larval feeding was

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Monophagous leaf‐mining larvae of Stigmella (Lepidoptera ...

Monophagous leaf‐mining larvae of Stigmella (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae) on birch: patterns and differentiation in exploitation of the host. J. J. Boomsma. Corresponding Author. Dept of Biology, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Dept of Population and Evolutionary Biology, Univ. of Utrecht, Padualaan 8, 3584 CH Utrecht, The Netherlands. ...

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Monophagous leaf‐mining larvae of Stigmella (Lepidoptera ...

Monophagous leaf‐mining larvae of Stigmella (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae) on birch: patterns and differentiation in exploitation of the host. J. J. Boomsma. Corresponding Author. Dept of Biology, Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Dept of Population and Evolutionary Biology, Univ. of Utrecht, Padualaan 8, 3584 CH Utrecht, The Netherlands. Dept of Biology, Vrije Universiteit ...

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Monophagous leaf‐mining larvae of Stigmella (Lepidoptera ...

Monophagous leaf‐mining larvae of Stigmella (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae) on birch: patterns and differentiation in exploitation of the host June 2006 Ecography 10(3):206 - 218

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Monophagous leaf‐mining larvae of Stigmella (Lepidoptera ...

Monophagous leaf-mining larvae of Stigmella (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae) on birch: patterns and differentiation in exploitation of the host. - Holarct. Ecol. 10: 206-218. Patterns of larval coexistence, density and mortality of six birch feeding Stigmella leaf-miners were analysed in four field sites in the Netherlands. Larva! feeding was further characterized by quantitative records on ...

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Biochemical systematics of the leaf-mining moth family ...

INTRODUCTION The genus Stigmella Schrank, 1802 belongs to the Nepticulidae, a family of leaf-mining moths. The genus is cosmopolitan and by far the largest of the family (van Nieukerken 1986b). Johansson (1971) was the first to divide the genus into species- groups and he described the European members of the S. ruficapitella group. Subsequently other species-groups were established, some of ...

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IDENTIFICATION OF LEAF-MINING LEPIDOPTERA

No Name Position of egg Mine Larvae 82 Stigmella paradoxa Underside - about 1mm form tip of lobe A more or less circular blotch, with frass in a black central mass [7+10-4] Greenish white; head dark brown. 79 Stigmella perpygmaeella Usually on top beside the midrib. Difficult to find. Gallery slender; broken linear frass following rib or leaf margin usually reverses direction; may go down ...

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Malus [Rosaceae] in Leaf and stem mines of British flies ...

3b > Leaf-miner: The larvae initially mining the leaves in a short, contorted gallery. As the larva develops it leaves the mine to feed externally, creating windows on the upperside of the leaves. Oviposition at the leaf upperside, egg shell iridescent. Small, hook-like corridor, mostly in a vein axil. Frass in a very thick central line. The larva soon leaves the mine through an untidy hole ...

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Oak - leafmines

Occasionally two larvae mine the same twig resulting in a hole being cut out from either side of the leaf [6-7] Heliozela sericiella 154: Bucculatricidae : Mine short, often contorted close to midrib, frass black. After leaving mine larva eats out windows from underside of leaf [7+9-10]

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Geum [Rosaceae] in Leaf and stem mines of British flies ...

Note: The larvae of mining Coleoptera, Hymenoptera and Lepidoptera may live in a corridor mine, a corridor-blotch mine, a blotch mine, a case, a rolled or folded leaf, a tentiform mine or sandwiched between two more or less circular leaf sections in later instars. Larva may pupate in a silk cocoon. The larva may have six legs (although they may be reduced or absent), a head capsule and chewing ...

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Rose Leaf Miner Stigmella anomalella - UKMoths

Rose Leaf Miner Stigmella anomalella (Goeze, 1783) ... The larva mines the leaves of rose (Rosa spp.), both cultivated and wild varieties. The mine is a long, sinuous gallery which often crosses back over itself. The frass is initially green and cloudy, filling the mine, but later is a thick black central line. The adult moths have plain bronzy wings, tinged greenish on the inner two-thirds ...

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Stigmella suberivora - UKMoths

Stigmella suberivora (Stainton, 1869) Wingspan c. 6mm. A bivoltine species with larvae mining leaves of Evergreen Oak (Quercus ilex) during mid-summer and again during the winter-spring period. It is found mainly in southern England but apparently rather local. The eggs are laid on the upper surface of the leaves, and the yellow larva creates a fairly broad mine almost filled with frass. The ...

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Stigmella ruficapitella – Plant Parasites of Europe

Often the first part of the mine follows the leaf margin, entering the centre of the leaf after a hairpin turn. hostplants. Fagaceae, monophagous. Quercus cerris, petraea, pubescens, robur. In the literature morever Castanea sativa en Q. macrolepis, rubra, velutina are cited. Because the taxonomy of the species group around ruficapitella has been clarified only as late Johansson’s (1971a ...

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Stigmella prunetorum – Plant Parasites of Europe

Egg at the underside of the leaf, often close to a vein. The mine is a corridor, running in several half or whole circles around the oviposition site. Only the last segment breaks loose, and often runs along the leaf margin. The frass is greenish, lying in coils that are so wide as to almost completely fill the corridor.

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Stigmella suberivora – Plant Parasites of Europe

Stigmella suberivora (Stainton ... leaf (but see note below). The mine is an irregular, broad corridor with a conspicuous, broad, black frass line that almost fills the gallery, leaving only a narrow transparant zone at either side. Pupation external. hostplants. Fagaceae, monophagous. Quercus coccifera, ilex, rotundifolia, suber. phenology. Two generations: larvae in July – August and again ...

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IDENTIFICATION OF LEAF-MINING LEPIDOPTERA

No Name Position of egg Mine Larvae 82 Stigmella paradoxa Underside - about 1mm form tip of lobe A more or less circular blotch, with frass in a black central mass [7+10-4] Greenish white; head dark brown. 79 Stigmella perpygmaeella Usually on top beside the midrib. Difficult to find. Gallery slender; broken linear frass following rib or leaf margin usually reverses direction; may go down ...

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Search Results for “Stigmella pretiosa” – Plant Parasites ...

the later part of the mine. The mines sometimes are hard to distinguish from those of St. pretiosa. hostplants Rosaceae, monophagous Geum montanum. phenology Mines in the second half of July (usually mid September to mid October in St. pretiosa) (Johansson ao, 1990a). distribution within Europe Austrian Alps, above 1700

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Malus [Rosaceae] in Leaf and stem mines of British flies ...

3b > Leaf-miner: The larvae initially mining the leaves in a short, contorted gallery. As the larva develops it leaves the mine to feed externally, creating windows on the upperside of the leaves. Oviposition at the leaf upperside, egg shell iridescent. Small, hook-like corridor, mostly in a vein axil. Frass in a very thick central line. The larva soon leaves the mine through an untidy hole ...

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Oak - leafmines

Occasionally two larvae mine the same twig resulting in a hole being cut out from either side of the leaf [6-7] Heliozela sericiella 154: Bucculatricidae : Mine short, often contorted close to midrib, frass black. After leaving mine larva eats out windows from underside of leaf [7+9-10]

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Geum [Rosaceae] in Leaf and stem mines of British flies ...

Note: The larvae of mining Coleoptera, Hymenoptera and Lepidoptera may live in a corridor mine, a corridor-blotch mine, a blotch mine, a case, a rolled or folded leaf, a tentiform mine or sandwiched between two more or less circular leaf sections in later instars. Larva may pupate in a silk cocoon. The larva may have six legs (although they may be reduced or absent), a head capsule and chewing ...

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Stigmella roborella – Plant Parasites of Europe

Stigmella roborella (Johansson, 1971) common oak pigmy. Quercus robur, Vlaardingen. mine . Egg at he upper- or underside. The mine is a long, slender, not very contorted corridor. In the first part the frass lies in a very narrow line; later the frass may in rare cases lie more widely scattered, but nowhere does it take more than 1/3 of the width of the gallery. host plants. Fagaceae ...

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Stigmella suberivora NatureSpot

The eggs are laid on the upper surface of the leaves of Holm Oak, and the yellow larva creates a fairly broad mine almost filled with frass. A bivoltine species with larvae mining leaves during mid-summer and again during the winter-spring period.

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Stigmella microtheriella - UKMoths

Stigmella microtheriella (Stainton, 1854) Wingspan 3-4 mm. A small species, well distributed and common throughout most of the British Isles. The larvae create narrow, often angular mines in the leaves of hazel (Corylus avellana) and less commonly, hornbeam (Carpinus betulae). Sometimes there can be several larvae mining the same leaf. The mines can be found in July and in October and November ...

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STIGMELLA STETTINENSIS (HEINEMANN), AN oVERLooKED

species of Stigmella mining Pyrus spp., Stigmella pyri, S. oxyacanthella and S. desperatella are well differentiated. Stigmella pyri has a bright head, dark collar, not monotonous forewing (partly with bronze or violett lustre or hue) and the male has dark andro-conial scales on hindwing. Stigmella desperatella,

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LEAFMINESNEWSLETTER - british leafminers

Cluster 1: Stigmella cf salicis ss is the species found most commonly throughout the UK and the egg is laid on the underside of the leaf. It mostly occurs on the hairy Salix species such as S.cinerea, aurita and caprea. The larva has a pale brown head. Cluster 6: Stigmella salicis Salix caprea is found from the south of England and Wales and occurs

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Search Results for “Stigmella pretiosa” – Plant Parasites ...

the later part of the mine. The mines sometimes are hard to distinguish from those of St. pretiosa. hostplants Rosaceae, monophagous Geum montanum. phenology Mines in the second half of July (usually mid September to mid October in St. pretiosa) (Johansson ao, 1990a). distribution within Europe Austrian Alps, above 1700

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Stigmella High Resolution Stock Photography and Images

Leaf miner moth larvae (Stigmella sp) mine on oak tree leaf, Biosphere Reserve 'Niedersächsische Elbtalaue' / Lower Saxonian Elbe Valley, Lower Saxony, Germany. rose leaf-miner (Stigmella anomalella), Rose leaf miner inside a rose leaf, Germany, Bavaria, Eckental. Leaf mine of Stigmella moth in autumnal oak leaf, Lancashire UK. gang van bladmineerder stigmella tityrella in beukenblad;

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Rosa [Rosaceae] in Leaf and stem mines of British flies ...

Note: The larvae of mining Coleoptera, Hymenoptera and Lepidoptera may live in a corridor mine, a corridor-blotch mine, a blotch mine, a case, a rolled or folded leaf, a tentiform mine or sandwiched between two more or less circular leaf sections in later instars. Larva may pupate in a silk cocoon. The larva may have six legs (although they may be reduced or absent), a head capsule and chewing ...

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Prunus [Rosaceae] in Leaf and stem mines of British flies ...

3a > Leaf-miner: The larvae initially mining the leaves in a short, contorted gallery. As the larva develops it leaves the mine to feed externally, creating windows on the upperside of the leaves. Oviposition at the leaf upperside, egg shell iridescent. Small, hook-like corridor, mostly in a vein axil. Frass in a very thick central line. The larva soon leaves the mine through an untidy hole ...

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british leafminers - your guide to british and european ...

The leaf mining fauna include Coleoptera (beetles), Diptera (flies), Hymenoptera (sawflies) and Lepidoptera (moths). The images on this site are copyright and remain the property of the owners. Permission should be sought for further use. The photo is of Stigmella aurella (Lepidoptera: Nepticulidae) - one of our commonest leaf miners in the UK. It mines Bramble. Species described:

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Insects on birch: leaf miners - JMEG

Stigmella is a large genus of leaf-ming moths, with ... other debris, silk, or frass. The larva then makes a hole on a leaf and feeds inside a mine, while the hind portions of the larva remain inside the case. Each species has its own characteristic way of making the shelter, which can therefore be used as a guide for species determination. Coleophora serratella larva feeding inside mine on ...

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Stigmella tityrella earthstar

Stigmella tityrella: This moth’s larval leaf mines featured in last week’s post about green islands. The gallery (like a corridor) mine is usually compact and angular and, in particular, the larva stays between the veins when creating its mine – that is the feature I find helps most with its identification. As you can see from the two mines below, the galleries are very narrow to begin ...

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LEAFMINESNEWSLETTER - british leafminers

Cluster 1: Stigmella cf salicis ss is the species found most commonly throughout the UK and the egg is laid on the underside of the leaf. It mostly occurs on the hairy Salix species such as S.cinerea, aurita and caprea. The larva has a pale brown head. Cluster 6: Stigmella salicis Salix caprea is found from the south of England and Wales and occurs

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STIGMELLA VIMINETICOLA (LEPIDOPTERA, NEPTICULIDAE), A

insects: larvae live inside green tissues of plants and are predominantly monophagous (Diškus Stonis, 2012). Because of the concealed mining life-style of larvae, difficulty in imago rearing and very small size of adults, Nepticulidae have not been sufficiently studied in southern and eastern European countries and are very poorly known from

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STIGMELLA STETTINENSIS (HEINEMANN), AN oVERLooKED

species of Stigmella mining Pyrus spp., Stigmella pyri, S. oxyacanthella and S. desperatella are well differentiated. Stigmella pyri has a bright head, dark collar, not monotonous forewing (partly with bronze or violett lustre or hue) and the male has dark andro-conial scales on hindwing. Stigmella desperatella,

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Search Results for “Stigmella pretiosa” – Plant Parasites ...

the later part of the mine. The mines sometimes are hard to distinguish from those of St. pretiosa. hostplants Rosaceae, monophagous Geum montanum. phenology Mines in the second half of July (usually mid September to mid October in St. pretiosa) (Johansson ao, 1990a). distribution within Europe Austrian Alps, above 1700

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Oak - leafmines

Occasionally two larvae mine the same twig resulting in a hole being cut out from either side of the leaf [6-7] Heliozela sericiella 154: Bucculatricidae : Mine short, often contorted close to midrib, frass black. After leaving mine larva eats out windows from underside of leaf [7+9-10]

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THE ATTACK OF LEAF-MINING INSECTS ON THE PLANTS ...

We collected leaves presenting “mines” of leaf-mining larvae from all the 4 orders that have leaf-mining representatives, which are Coleoptera, Lepidoptera, Diptera and Hymenoptera. We identified a total of 39 species of leaf-mining insects, belonging to 18 genera and 11 families (Table 1). Table 1. Leaf-mining insects identified in the Forest and Botanical Reserve of Bălteni (Vaslui ...

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Leafmine/Leaf miners and their host plants - Bugwoodwiki

Leaf mining is a close physical connection with the host plant. It regularly also means fine adaptations and narrow host range. Majority of the leaf miners are specialist, mining one, or only a few closely related hosts. There are some evident exceptions from this pattern. A few species are among tortricids, which are extremely polyphagous (Cnephasia species). Mines of these species can be ...

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Geum [Rosaceae] in Leaf and stem mines of British flies ...

Note: The larvae of mining Coleoptera, Hymenoptera and Lepidoptera may live in a corridor mine, a corridor-blotch mine, a blotch mine, a case, a rolled or folded leaf, a tentiform mine or sandwiched between two more or less circular leaf sections in later instars. Larva may pupate in a silk cocoon. The larva may have six legs (although they may be reduced or absent), a head capsule and chewing ...

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