Aleurodaphis asteris Takahashi & Sorin, 1958

Jiang, Li-Yun & Qiao, Ge-Xia, 2011, A review of Aleurodaphis (Hemiptera, Aphididae, Hormaphidinae) with the description of one new species and keys to species, ZooKeys 135, pp. 41-56: 45

publication ID

http://dx.doi.org/10.3897/zookeys.135.1721

publication LSID

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scientific name

Aleurodaphis asteris Takahashi & Sorin, 1958
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Aleurodaphis asteris   Takahashi & Sorin, 1958: 31.

Aleurodaphis asteris   Takahashi & Sorin: Zhang et al. 1992: 142; Remaudière and Remaudière 1997: 179; Tao 1999: 17; Sorin and Miyazaki 2004: 166.

Material examined.

CHINA (NZMC): 2 apterous viviparous females, 15 April 1991, Jiangle, Fujiang, No. 10054, on Violaceae   , coll. W. Y. Zhang; 8 apterous viviparous females, 13 August 2003, Motuo, Tibet, No. 15371, host plants unknown, coll. G. X. Qiao and X. L. Huang; JAPAN (BMNH):24 apterous viviparous females, 5 August 1966, Osaka, Chihaya, on Aster   sp., coll. M. Sorin.; 9 apterous viviparous females, 29 May 1964, Osaka, Kongo Mt., on Aster   sp., coll. v. d. Bosch; 4 apterous viviparous females, 7 June 1966, Kyushu, Hikosan, on Kalimeris   sp., coll. H. Takada; 8 apterous viviparous females, 6 August 1980, Kyoto, Kibune Mt., on Aster yomena   , coll. R. L. Blackman; KOREA (BMNH):2 apterous viviparous females, 15 September 1963, Ulnungdo, on Aster incisus   , coll. W. H. Paik; 1 apterous viviparous female, 14 September 1963, Pusan, on Chrysanthemum zawidskii   , coll. W. H. Paik.

Host plants.

Carpesium abrotanoides   , Aster yomena   , Aster incisus   , Chrysanthemum zawaidskii   , Kalimeris   sp. and Violaceae   .

Biology.

The species feed on the stems, leafstalks, flower stalks and leaves of the host plants.

Distribution.

China, Japan and Korea.