Palomena prasina (Linnaeus, 1761),

Ghahari, Hassan, Moulet, Pierre & Rider, David A., 2014, An annotated catalog of the Iranian Pentatomoidea (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomomorpha), Zootaxa 3837 (1), pp. 1-95: 43-44

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http://dx.doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.3837.1.1

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scientific name

Palomena prasina (Linnaeus, 1761)
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Palomena prasina (Linnaeus, 1761) 

Cimex prasinus Linnaeus, 1761: 249  ; Cimex viridis totus De Geer, 1773: 266  ; Cimex roseus O.F. Müller, 1776: 105  ; Cimex viridis Harris, 1780: 88  ; Cimex dissimilis Fabricius, 1781: 354  ; Cimex discolor Wolff, 1811: 183  ; Pentatoma juniperina Tigny, 1828: 325  (non Linnaeus, 1758); Palomena viridissima Mulsant & Rey, 1866: 277  (non Poda, 1761); Palomena prasina  var. rhododactyla Horváth, 1883: 23  .

Distribution in Iran. Ardabil ( Modarres Awal 1987), East Azarbaijan ( Modarres Awal 1997 b, Gharaat et al. 2009; Hassanzadeh et al. 2009 a, b; Nikdel et al. 2011), Guilan ( Wagner 1968; Hoberlandt 1997; Linnavuori 2008), Khorasan ( Linnavuori 2008; Modarres Awal 2008; Mehneh et al. 2010), Mazandaran (Sakenin et al. 2008), West Azarbaijan (Nateq Golestan 2004; Nateq Golestan et al. 2004, 2010 a, b, c, 2011), Iran (no locality cited) ( Modarres Awal 1997 b; Rider 2006; Ribes & Pagola Carte 2013).

General distribution. Euro-Siberian.

Host plants. In hilly forests on deciduous trees such as Carpinus  sp. ( Betulaceae  ), Populus  sp. ( Salicaceae  ), Quercus  sp. ( Fagaceae  ) ( Linnavuori 2008), on Corchorus olitorius  ( Tiliaceae  ), Euphorbia geniculata  (Euphorpbiaceae), Tribulus terrestris  ( Zygophyllaceae  ) (Sakenin et al. 2008), Rosa  sp. ( Rosaceae  ) ( Nateq Golestan et al. 2011); on numerous herbs of the families Poaceae  , Asteraceae  , Urticaceae  , Scrophulariaceae  , Rhamnaceae (Ribes & Pagola Carte 2013)  .

Comments. Trissolcus semistriatus (Nees)  ( Hymenoptera  : Scelionidae  ) destroys the eggs of P. prasina  ; adults and nymphs are prey for Astata  spp. ( Hymenoptera  : Crabonidae), Enoplognatha  spp. (Aranea: Theridiidae  ) and Rhynocoris  spp. ( Heteroptera  : Reduviidae  ). Also Gymnosoma rotundatum Linnaeus  and Alophora bonapartei Rond.  ( Diptera  : Tachinidae  ) are known endoparasites of P. prasina (Ribes & Pagola Carte 2013)  .

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Pentatomidae

Genus

Palomena

Loc

Palomena prasina (Linnaeus, 1761)

Ghahari, Hassan, Moulet, Pierre & Rider, David A. 2014
2014
Loc

var. rhododactyla Horváth, 1883: 23

Horvath 1883: 23
1883
Loc

Palomena viridissima

Mulsant & Rey 1866: 277
1866
Loc

Pentatoma juniperina

Tigny 1828: 325
1828
Loc

Cimex discolor

Wolff 1811: 183
1811
Loc

Cimex dissimilis

Fabricius 1781: 354
1781
Loc

Cimex viridis

Harris 1780: 88
1780
Loc

Cimex roseus O .F. Müller, 1776: 105

O.F. Muller 1776: 105
1776
Loc

Cimex viridis totus

De Geer 1773: 266
1773
Loc

Cimex prasinus

Linnaeus 1761: 249
1761