Aelia furcula Fieber, 1868,

Ghahari, Hassan, Moulet, Pierre & Rider, David A., 2014, An annotated catalog of the Iranian Pentatomoidea (Hemiptera: Heteroptera: Pentatomomorpha), Zootaxa 3837 (1), pp. 1-95: 14-15

publication ID

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

publication LSID

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persistent identifier

http://treatment.plazi.org/id/645987E6-AF2C-FFD4-5ECA-F898D9633D81

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Plazi

scientific name

Aelia furcula Fieber, 1868
status

 

Aelia furcula Fieber, 1868 

Aelia furcula Fieber, 1868: 472  ; Aelia simillima Reuter, 1900: 233  .

Distribution in Iran. Alborz ( Hoberlandt 1997), East Azarbaijan (Brown 1962, 1966; Modarres Awal 1997 b; Havaskary et al. 2012), Fars ( Safavi 1959; Farahbakhsh 1961; Brown 1962, 1966; Wagner 1968; Hoberlandt 1997; Safavi 1959; Linnavuori 2012), Golestan ( Safavi 1959; Farahbakhsh 1961; Modarres Awal 1997 b), Hamadan ( Safavi 1959; Farahbakhsh 1961; Brown 1962, 1966; Wagner 1968; Hoberlandt 1997; Modarres Awal 1997 b), Isfahan ( Farahbakhsh 1961; Modarres Awal 1997 b; Samin & Asgari 2012), Kermanshah ( Farahbakhsh 1961; Brown 1966; Safavi 1959; Modarres Awal 1997 b), Khorasan ( Safavi 1959; Modarres Awal 1997 b), Kordestan ( Wagner 1961, 1968; Brown 1962, 1968; Hoberlandt 1997), Lorestan, Mazandaran ( Modarres Awal 1997 b), Markazi ( Modarres Awal 1997 b), Qazvin ( Safavi 1959; Farahbakhsh 1961; Brown 1962, 1966), Tehran ( Safavi 1959; Farahbakhsh 1961; Brown 1962, 1966; Hoberlandt 1997; Modarres Awal 1997 b; Linnavuori 2008), West Azarbaijan ( Safavi 1959; Farahbakhsh 1961; Modarres Awal 1997 b), Zanjan ( Safavi 1959; Farahbakhsh 1961; Brown 1962, 1966; Modarres Awal 1997 b), Iran (no locality cited) ( Derjanschi & Péricart 2005; Khanjani 2006; Rider 2006).

General distribution. Ponto-Mediterranean and Central Asia: Greece, Turkey, European Russia, Ukraine, Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Tadjikistan, Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan ( Derjanschi & Péricart 2005); Cyprus (P. Moulet, unpublished data).

Host plants. On Poaceae  ( Safavi 1959; Farahbakhsh 1961; Modarres Awal 1997 b), wheat ( Farahbakhsh 1961; Modarres Awal 1997 b; Khanjani 2006), barley ( Farahbakhsh 1961; Modarres Awal 1997 b), brome chess, Agropyron caespitosum  , Bromus tectorum  var. hirsutus  , Eremopyrum bonapartis  var. s ublanuginosum, Heteranthelium pitiferum  , Hordeum spontaneum  (all Poaceae  ), Helichrysum oligocephalum  ( Asteraceae  ) ( Modarres Awal 1997 b) and Agropyrum pectiniforme  , Alopecurus arundinaceus  , Arrhenatherum kotschyi  , Boisseria squarrosa  , Bromus lanceolatus  , B. danthoniae  , Eremopoa persica  Hordeum violaceum  , Poa bulbosa  , Melica jacquemonti  , Pucinellia bulbosa  (all Poaceae  ) ( Derjanschi & Péricart 2005). Aelia furcula  is a pest of cereals but, in Iran, eggs are destroyed by several Hymenoptera  (families Selionidae and Encyrtidae  ), and also the nymphs are parasitized by Diptera  ( Tachinidae  : Phasiinae  ) ( Radjabi 1998; Samin 2010).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Pentatomidae

Genus

Aelia

Loc

Aelia furcula Fieber, 1868

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

Aelia furcula

Reuter 1900: 233