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Host Plant Catalog of Aphids


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Hrsg. v. Jaroslav Holman

Online, Print + Online

Print: 2009, 1.200 Seiten, gebunden

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Springer Nature


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978-1-4020-8286-3 (Online)

978-1-4020-8287-0 (Print + Online)

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The major part of this catalog consists of host lists of particular aphid species in the Palaearctic region based on published and unpublished data of more than 2,400 authors with respective references arranged by geographical provenience. Separate lists are included of aphids living on particular plants arranged in alphabetical order of plant genera and families, mosses, ferns, gymnosperms, dicotyledons and monocotyledons. In total 3,706 aphid species and subspecies (about 80 per cent of the aphid fauna of the world) are covered, feeding on 11,131 species of host plants in 1,948 genera and 243 families.

As a result, this book presents clearly organized data with up-to-date information on geographic distribution of particular aphid species and their host relationships within the Palaearctic region. It will be useful to institutions and researchers engaged or interested in biosystematics, ecology, genetics and phylogeny of aphids, as well as in biodiversity and plant protection.

About this book:

  • Presents the database of 3,654 aphid species which were identified on 11,793 plants from 246 plant families
  • Together 77,831 combinations aphid - plant - geographical origins are described
  • About 2/3 of the world's aphid species listed
  • The host records are arranged alphabetically by aphid species with references arranged by geographical area
  • The authors of the aphid and plant names are listed
  • About 2,500 unpublished, collection-based host records from Central Europe, Balkan, Central Asia and Russia have been incorporated

Written for:

Institutions and researchers dealing with /or interested in study of insect taxonomy and ecology, insect-plant relationships, biodiversity, plant protection and nature conservation

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