Melichar L, 1902. Furthermore there was a considerable amount of fruit drop in a few and citrus trees, grape and other vines, numerous shrubs, and some herbs. Metcalfa pruinosa hibernates as eggs beneath the bark and in cracks of tree branches, and then substantial numbers of the first instar nymphs fall from the trees and move to other host plants. Please consider upgrading your browser to the latest version or installing a new browser. Dozier H L, 1926. First adults granulate clavus; the hind tibiae normally have two lateral spines in addition to those at the Answer: metcalfa control. The more closely related Ciampolini M; Grossi A; Zottarelli G, 1987. The natural paleartic enemies did not prevent the outbreaks of Metcalfa pruinosa in Europe. A planthopper is any insect in the infraorder Fulgoromorpha, in the suborder Auchenorrhyncha, and exceeding 12,500 described species worldwide. Some notes on the occurrence of Delphacinae [sic] (Hemip. Ecological Monographs, 11:189-227. Bulletin of the Ohio Biological Survey 6: 318. True to its name, the citrus flatid planthopper, Metcalfa pruinosa (Say), is found on citrus, but sour cherry orchards from May to late July, and adults from late July to September. the Division of Plant Industry has records of nymphs from April to June and adult records 1-269. Outbreak of an exotic flatid, Metcalfa pruinosa (Say) (Hemiptera: Flatidae), in the capital region of Korea. Ogilvie L, 1928. 2 57-58. Növényvédelem, 49(12):571-575. Establishment in NZ Economic impact Market Access. Ohio State University Studies. Insecticide applications should be kept to a minimum; one application should be made on the crop and wild plants at the end of July/beginning of August to eliminate immature nymphs and newly-emerged adults, and a second application should be made on wild plants in the first half of August to prevent the adults from reinvading the crop. Moore GA, 1950. Flatid planthoppers occur throughout the Eastern United States, west to the Great Plains; one species, Metcalfa pruinosa, ranges from coast to coast. However, it is of possible interest to the citrus industry that an Asiatic flatid, Geisha Scaphoideus titanus, Orientus ishidae and Metcalfa pruinosa are exotic hoppers considered as the most important pest for Italian viticulture. Garman H, 1915. We performed a series of experiments to evaluate the host instar preference and the effects on parasitoid offspring sex. [English title not available]. First report of the Nearctic flatid planthopper Metcalfa pruinosa (Say) in the Republic of Korea (Hemiptera: Fulgoroidea). during 1953. Research Journal of Agricultural Science, 42(4):63-67. http://biblios.usab-tm.ro. Entomological News. point. apex. Stratification, diurnal and seasonal migration of the animals in a deciduous forest. Ohio Biological Survey Bulletin. than in later months. Citrus Flatid Planthopper (Metcalfa pruinosa) It is a polyphagous species that attacks the vine, shafts, ornamental shrubs and fruit trees. TETRASTOP® was chosen due to the low toxicity … Citrus Flatid Planthopper (Metcalfa pruinosa) It is a polyphagous species that attacks the vine, shafts, ornamental shrubs and fruit trees. Adams RH, 1941. Metcalfa pruinosa Say, Hyphantria cunea (Drury) and Dichelomyia oenophila Haimah., three entomological curiosities or new phytosanitary problems for Tessin and Switzerland? True to its name, the citrus flatid planthopper, Metcalfa pruinosa (Say), is found on citrus, but can be found on a wide variety of woody plants, many of which are used in the ornamental trade. Lee HeungSu, Wilson S W, 2010. In: Report of the Rhode Island Board of Agriculture, 23 32. kiwifruit) Treatment required. ... Metcalfa pruinosa Lateral View (November 2020). Dozier (1928); infestation on grapefruit photograph in Wene (1950); eggs, young nymphs, Annals of the Entomological Society of America. Annals of the Entomological Society of America 41: 96. Dinotefuran (Safari) and imidacloprid (Merit) are also available to professional applicators. Soap solutions cause almost all of the young stages of the pest to fall to the ground. Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station Technical Bulletin 14. the successful eradication of Metcalfa pruinosa by pesticides in UK and the Czech Republic. Department of Agriculture of Jamaica, Entomology Bulletin. Pesticides should always be used in a lawful manner, consistent with the product's label. UK: MAFF, 19:1-2. Though we edit our accounts for accuracy, we cannot guarantee all information in those accounts. Appearance in the Venice district of a Nearctic bug: Metcalfa pruinosa Say (Homoptera, Flatidae). Planthoppers suck the sap from small diameter stems, but damage is usually minor. Monographie der Acanaloniiden und Flatiden (Homoptera) (Fortsetzung.). True to its name, the citrus flatid planthopper, Metcalfa pruinosa (Say), is found on citrus, but can be found on a wide variety of woody plants, many of which are used in the ornamental trade. Metcalfa pruinosa overwinters in In: Guide to the Insects of Connecticut, Part IV: The Hemiptera or Sucking Insects of Connecticut. trade. Control trials against Metcalfa pruinosa (Say). 1923. Previous to 1951 pruinosa (Say) was listed primarily in the genus Ormenis; however, the species was described 123 pp. EPPO Global database. The mouthparts are adapted for piercing and sucking. by Alford D V, Backhaus G F]. Van Duzee EP, 1917. mature nymphs, and adult photographs in Dean and Bailey (1961). Manns T F, Manns M M, 1935. Metcalf Z P, Bruner S C, 1948. Ease of establishment Plant health Area freedom required. Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico, 34:1-269. Ohio Biological Survey Bulletin, 35:283-357. Malumphy C, Baker R, Cheek S, 1994. Efficacy of washing solutions in the control of the young stages of Metcalfa pruinosa (Say). Although control of M. pruinosa is of outmost importance to kiwifruit growers the number of authorized plant protection products in the Greek market is inadequate. Stene A E, 1908. Informatore Agrario, 50(30):57-63. J. Elisha Mitchell Science Society 38: 152. Overview; E.g. distinctissima (Wlk.) 63-118. The unsightly white, flocculent, waxy material made by the nymphs impairs the sales quality of affected plants, partly because buyers sometimes mistake these deposits fo… can be found on a wide variety of woody plants, many of which are used in the ornamental Heaton R R, 1934. Annual Proceedings of the Lower Rio Grande Valley The most effective insecticides were fenitrothion and quinalphos. Descriere: Adultii pot fi intalniti din luna mai pana in luna octombrie; in functie de conditiile de mediu traiesc cateva saptamani. This planthopper seldom causes economic damage to most plants except to those weakened by some other factor such as freeze damage. The unsightly white, flocculent, waxy material made by the nymphs impairs the sales quality of affected plants, partly because buyers sometimes mistake these deposits fo… Fragmenta Phytomedica et Herbologica. The biology and morphology of Metcalfa pruinosa are described, followed by a discussion on the origin, distribution and damage caused by this insect pest to many crops (including vines) in Italy. Stefanelli G; Villani A; Oian B; Mutton P; Pavan F; Girolami V, 1994. In: Plant Pest Notice, Central Science Laboratory, 19 UK: MAFF. Wene and Riherd (1953) approximately seven pages of annotated citations to this planthopper. identification keys exist whereby the citrus flatid planthopper nymphs can be separated from its is the vector of a virus which causes dwarf disease of satsuma orange in The Fulgoridae of Ohio. Abstract. cherry laurel, peach, orange and grapefruit. Frustula Entomologica, 12: 67-70. head between the eyes, as on treehoppers, spittlebugs, leafhoppers and cicadas. yellows, and blueberry stunt. Bulletin of the Mississippi Agricultural Experiment Station 14: 112-114. the egg stage, with hatching starting early in March in the Weslaco, Texas, area. from May to October. Metcalfa pruinosa is the only member of its genus reported in the United States and is the only U.S. Dozier HL, 1926. Occurrence of Metcalfa pruinosa and Liguropia juniperi in rest areas along Hungarian higways. A characteristic pair of dark spots is Etofenprox had a sufficient and prolonged efficacy, contrasting with the high and brief activity of malathion. Prevention and control measures: Cutting and destroying of the affected branches (sprouts); Treatments with Decis Mega EW 50, Karate Zeon 50 CS, Affirm, Mospilan 20 SG, Laser 240 SC. Redia. Biological control by Neodryinus typhlocybae and other dryinid wasps is described, with special attention to its use in the Toscana region. A flatid planthopper. Wene GP. http://www.eppo.int/DATABASES/pqr/pqr.htm. 1950. A key to the Fulgoridae of eastern North America with descriptions of new species. possible occurrence; a taxonomic, biological, ecological, and economic study. The dissemination of peach yellows and little peach [disease]. New invasive insects in the forests and greenery of the Krasnodar krai. 1957. The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. Weese AO, 1924. Entomological News, 121(5):506-513. http://www.bioone.org/loi/entn. Glavendekić M, Mihajlović L, Petanović R, 2005. The front wings (tegmina) have a well-developed, transversely veined costal cell and a The color of adult Metcalfa pruinosa varies considerably from brown to gray, due chiefly to the (Monographie der Acanaloniiden und Flatiden (Homoptera) (Fortsetzung.)). They are unlikely to cause enough damage to warrant control, but can be controlled by the insecticides in the following woolly aphid article. The State Forester of Kentucky, Lexington, Biennial Report. undersides of succulent leaves or on the terminals of branches. More information about modern web browsers can be found at http://browsehappy.com/. Dean and Bailey (1961) found Metcalfa pruinosa favored grapefruit over orange as a host in the lower Rio Grande Valley of Texas. The ways in which Metcalfa pruinosa (Say, 1830) (Auchenorrhyncha Flatidae) invades a new area. The accidental introduction of the planthopper Metcalfa pruinosa (Say, 1830) (Homoptera: Flatidae) into Europe can be taken as an example. Guide to the Insects of Connecticut, Part IV: The Hemiptera or Sucking Insects of Connecticut. A parasitic wasp of the dryinid family, Psilodryinus typhlocybae, lay its eggs on the nymphs of Metcalfa pruinosa and can help to reduce populations. Informatore Agrario, 50(21):77-79. The name comes from their remarkable resemblance to leaves and other plants of their environment and from the fact that they often "hop" for quick transportation in a similar way to that of grasshoppers.However, planthoppers generally walk very … Journal of Agriculture of the University of Puerto Rico. Ciampolini M; Pane MD; Scaglia M, 1995. Not only are identification manuals apparently rare or non-existent on planthopper nymphs at High Priority Organism: Metcalfa pruinosa (Metcalfa) Mainly found in. And the scientific name is little better: Metcalfa pruinosa is a type of planthopper, a relative of the aphids, scales, whiteflies, and leafhoppers. Cutting twigs infested with eggs or treatments with horticultural oil and insecticidal soap is enough against M. pruinosa (Rebek, 2009). Only one generation was observed each year. The Fulgoridae of Ohio. Citrus and Vegetable Institute 4: 90-93. An annotated list of the Fulgoridae (Homoptera) of Indiana. cottony-cushion scales by placing a pencil point at the caudal end; the planthopper will jump Stuck with a name that sounds pretty boring–even to an entomologist. easily. Metcalfa pruinosa Say (Insecta: Homoptera: Flatidae) - first occurrence in western part of Romania. This species is spreading rapidly in South Korea and causing persistent damage with the change in climate; thus, there is an urgent need for effective monitoring of the potential distribution of this species. A Pest Risk Analysis was conducted, … A subspecies, Metcalfa pruinosa cubana (Metcalf and Bruner), is listed for Cuba. (Az amerikai lepkekabóca (Metcalfa pruinosa) és a tujakabóca (Liguropia juniperi) elodouble acute~fordulása hazai autópálya pihenodouble acute~helyeken.) Homop.). Infestations by Metcalfa pruinosa in the Venice district. heavily infested groves that were freeze-damaged three months previously. Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology, 14(4):473-478. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S122686151100077X. Lucchi A; Santini L, 1993. Dozier HL. Pasini M; Tosi L; Galbero G, 1997. CABI is a registered EU trademark. There are no pictures available for this datasheet, Euonymus japonicus (Japanese spindle tree), Olea europaea subsp. Moore G A, 1950. An annotated list of the Fulgoridae (Homoptera) of Indiana. Malumphy C; Baker R; Cheek S, 1994. The most effective insecticides were fenitrothion and quinalphos. flatid of its general shape and size that has the basic dark color. Figure 1. For chemical control, timing is of the utmost importance, and at the very first signs of infestation, malathion, acephate, fenitrothion or pyrethroids should be applied at the edges of the fields (Ciampolini et al., 1987). Informatore Agrario, 43(15):101-103. 23 (2), 69-76. Chlorpyrifos-methyl, deltamethrin and quinalphos had a repellent activity, accounting for their low levels of persistence. Apicoltore Moderno, 83(1):5-11. Metcalfa pruinosa has been reported on a long list of plants, including many forest trees, orchard Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology. Life histories of Anormenis septentrionalis, Metcalfa pruinosa, and Ormenoides venusta with descriptions of immature stages. Wilson SW; McPherson JE, 1981. Berkeley, USA: University of California. Bulletin of the Brooklyn Entomological Society, 29:107-115. Among the more In its native area usually there is no need for control except in case of obvious damage which is a rarity (Mead, 1969). Outbreak of an exotic flatid, Metcalfa pruinosa (Say) (Hemiptera: Flatidae), in the capital region of Korea. Informatore Fitopatologico, 34(5):11-14, EPPO, 2014. Alton, UK: British Crop Protection Council, 229-230. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 41:63-118. Figure 2. Entomological News. Metcalfa pruinosa (Say) - a new insect pest in Croatia. 42 (4), 63-67. http://biblios.usab-tm.ro. Kiss B; Karap A; Kis A; Szita É, 2013. Osborn H, 1938. by Britton WE]. The superficially similar acanaloniid planthoppers lack the transversely veined costal The citrus fulgorid. Apicultural interest of Metcalfa pruinosa: production and physico-chemical characteristics of honeydew honey. This planthopper seldom causes economic damage to most plants except to those Cuban Flatidae with new species from adjacent regions. Dean HA, Bailey JC. These pest populations tend to increase in uncultivated areas within the vineyard agroecosystem where the pesticides are forbidden. Donna, Texas. Osborn H, 1938. Stene AE, 1908. Metcalf and Bruner (1948) reported Metcalfa pruinosa widely distributed in Cuba. Citrus planthopper, Metcalfa pruinosa. Applications of imidacloprid, a well-known systemic insecticide, in granular form to the foot of the plant or in liquid form to the trunk abolished negative effects on the urban population normally caused by spray treatments. Arzone A; Vidano C, 1990. Deltamethrin gave good control while pyridaphenthion gave mediocre control. Frosted lightening hopper. (Az amerikai lepkekabóca (Metcalfa pruinosa) és a tujakabóca (Liguropia juniperi) előfordulása hazai autópálya pihenőhelyeken.). Neem oil was not active against the adults, but it is suggested that it could be active against immature stages (Pasini et al., 1997). The dissemination of peach yellows and little peach [disease]. Note morfo-biologiche sugli stadi preimmaginali di Metcalfa pruinosa (Say) (Homoptera, Flatidae). Metcalfa purinosa ordinarily does very little damage to plants; however Wene (1950) found it Gninenko Y I, Kostukov V V, Kosheleva O V, 2011. Girolami V; Conte L; Camporese P; Benuzzi M; Martir GR; Dradi D, 1996. Ecological Monographs. 107-115. The Fulgoridae or plant-hoppers of Mississippi, including those of possible occurrence: a taxonomic, biological, and economic study. Late winter is … Nymph of the citrus flatid planthopper, Metcalfa pruinosa (Say). * Frilli, F. Villani, A. Zandigiacomo, P. (2001) Neodryinus typhlocybae (Ashmead) as a biological control agent of Metcalfa pruinosa (Say). Greatti M; Girolami V, 1994. Osborn, H. 1938. 1928. When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status. PQR database. Acari; Bacteria; Chromista; Fungi; Gastropoda; ... Metcalfa pruinosa (METFPR) Menu. [ed. Generate a print friendly version containing only the sections you need. Stratification, diurnal and seasonal migration of the animals in a deciduous forest. Compendium record. Due to the variable regulations around (de)registration of pesticides, your national list of registered pesticides or relevant authority should be consulted to determine which products are legally allowed for use in your country when considering chemical control. Metcalf ZP, 1923. have one or more rows of small spines extending the length of hind tibiae; planthoppers have Hypochthonellidae, 342-350. DOI:10.2307/1948525, CABI, Undated. 189-227. Notes on two species of "lightning [sic] hoppers." Entomological News, 31:44-46. Caldwell JS; Martorell LF, 1951. Review of the Auchenorrhynchous Homoptera of Puerto Rico. Leafhoppers do not surround themselves with flocculent exudate and Metcalfa pruinosa, which feeds on sap taken from host plants through the stinging-sucking mouthparts, makes only one annual generation and overwinters as an egg laid among the cracks in the bark of the host plants. Fragmenta Phytomedica et Herbologica, 23(2):69-76. Informatore Agrario, 52:25. Maceljski M; Kocijancic E; Igrc-Barcic J, 1995. Catalogus insectorum Jamaicensis. Chemical control of adults is difficult owing to their mobility and long life (Duso, 1984). Illinois Biological Monographs, 9(4):7-93. The North American planthopper Metcalfa pruinosa (Say, 1830) (Hemiptera: Flatidae) was accidentally introduced into Europe, and subsequently caused economic damage to orchards and vineyards in some South-European countries. nymphs of the citrus flatid planthopper and its relatives. The Insects of Bermuda. flatid. such new areas, it may be difficult to control them, especially when the invader tends to play a complex role within the trophic web because of its poliphagy (Borges et al., 2006). It belongs to the family Flatidae, hence the name flatid. Weese A O, 1924. Plant Pest Notice, Central Science Laboratory. New invasive insects in the forests and greenery of the Krasnodar krai. Van Duzee EP, 1923. 4 (1), 1-114. Report of the Rhode Island Board of Agriculture, 23:32. Kim YeYeun, Kim MinYoung, Hong KiJeong, Lee SeungHwan, 2011. Heaton RR, 1934. Citrus planthopper, Metcalfa pruinosa. 301-305. 9 (4), 7-93. Cicada melifera – Metcalfa pruinosa. Usually no chemical control measures are necessary. Dear Donatella, metcalfa is a parasite that came to Italy from the American continent; being an insect, in a certain way immigrant, the metcalfa does not find any natural antagonist in Europe, apart from perhaps some birds which seem to feed on adult specimens. color profile drawing of the adult in Metcalf (1923); egg puncture and adult photographs in (Comparsa nel veneto di un omottero neartico: Metcalfa pruinosa Say (Homoptera, Flatidae).). Catalogue of the Hemiptera of America north of Mexico, excepting the Aphididae, Coccidae and Aleurodidae. In Florida, Metcalfa pruinosa has been collected in all regions. the specific and generic levels, but they are inadequate at the family level. The treatment is also highly effective in washing away from the plants wax secretions and honeydew produced by the flatid. The presence of this planthopper is revealed by the long, curled filaments of waxy exudate on the presence or absence of a bluish white waxy powder. in the field were taken 69 days after the hatching date. Cuban Flatidae with new species from adjacent regions. Chittenden F H, 1900. glance. Newly emerged adult citrus flatid planthopper, Metcalfa pruinosa (Say). Frosted lightening hopper. Gowdey CC, 1926. Limited virus transmission tests have shown Metcalfa pruinosa a nonvector of tristeza, peach And it is found on citrus, but also lots of other plants. Family Fulgoridae. In: Britton WE, ed. Informatore Agrario, 51(23):67-72. A. Jacas Miret (Spain), Dr. O. Fernandeze‐Larrea and Dr. L. Vazquez (Cuba). 1948. Deltamethrin gave good control while pyridaphenthion gave mediocre control. Texas Avocado Society Year Book for 1953: 45-46. In northern Italy the presence of this insect is … Ormenis pruinosa, Say. 1-2. like a leafhopper nymph. The unsightly white, flocculent, waxy Sooty-mold fungus commonly develops in the honeydew excreted by the citrus In Florida adults have been taken repeatedly in Steiner traps and in black-light traps. The locust borer (Cyllene robiniae) and other insect enemies of the black locust. Revue Suisse de Viticulture, d'Arboriculture et d'Horticulture, 27(1):57-63, Kim YeYeun; Kim MinYoung; Hong KiJeong; Lee SeungHwan, 2011. only a few stout spines on hind tibiae. Alton, UK: British Crop Protection Council. Chlorpyrifos-methyl needed to be sprayed directly onto the adults to achieve maximum efficacy. Occurrence of Metcalfa pruinosa and Liguropia juniperi in rest areas along Hungarian higways. Department of Agriculture of Jamaica, Entomology Bulletin 4(1):1-114. Delaware Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin, 192:40-44. The following illustrations in literature may be of particular interest: genitalia drawings of Metcalfa Spooner C S, 1920. This woolly material often Metcalfa pruinosa. Van Duzee EP, 1923. Zashchita i Karantin RasteniÄ­. Annals of the Entomological Society of America, 74(3):299-311, Zangheri S; Donadini P, 1980. Greater numbers were taken in June flatids usually are greenish. Although primary concern is for grapevines and fruit trees such as fig, lemon, apple, pear, plum and peach, shrubs and forest trees are also attacked, and tree … Metcalf ZP. Identifying the Insects Duzee E P van, 1917. Results of plurennial releases carried out in Friuli-Venezia Giulia. Exotic insects newly introduced into Italy and Piedmont. Figure 3. ). Dr. M. Navajas (France) and Ir. Ease of eradication Crop protection Quarantine requirements. Garman H, 1915. Homop.). Informatore Fitopatologico, 40(7-8):47-54, Barbattini R; Greatti M; Iob M; Sabatini AG; Marcazzan GL; Colombo R, 1992. other pertinent Antillean material. Gowdey C C, 1926. Entry pathway Host range (incl. Spooner CS, 1920. Entomologica 35, 27-38 (abst. Catalogus insectorum Jamaicensis. sometimes mistake these deposits for those of mealybugs or the cottony-cushion scale. In: EPPO Global database, Paris, France: EPPO. Damage to soyabean through attack by Metcalfa pruinosa. The trapezoidal forewings are held vertically, wrapping the body when the insect i… State of Connecticut Public Document 47. Wallingford, UK: CABI, CABI, Undated a. CABI Compendium: Status as determined by CABI editor. 229-230. (Ciampolini et al., 1995). Technical Control of . Introduction and spread of invasive mites and insects in Serbia and Montenegro. 98-99. Bollettino dell'Istituto di Entomologia "Guido Grandi" della Universita degli Studi di Bologna, 43:1-7. In Florida, The author has not examined this subspecies nor weakened by some other factor such as freeze damage. Further details may be available for individual references in the Distribution Table Details section which can be selected by going to Generate Report. 44-46. Usually, adults of Metcalfa pruinosa are 5.5 to 8 mm in length and 2 to 3 mm in width at the widest Biological control was satisfactorily provided by Neodryinus typhlocybae, which was collected in United States (Connecticut) and introduced in Italy (Veneto) in 1989. Check-list of Hemiptera of the Province of Quebec. Jermini M; Bonavia M; Brunetti R; Mauri G; Cavalli V, 1995. Nymphs are less than twice as long as wide, and vary in size depending upon the growth stage. Lee HeungSu; Wilson SW, 2010. Redia, 63:301-305, Adams R H, 1941. Pantaleoni RA, 1989. Beccles, UK: William Clowes and Sons. near relatives, but circumstantial evidence is often sufficient to permit tentative determinations. The catalogue on Flatidae by Metcalf (1957) covers the literature through 1955 and gives PM6 - Safe use of Biological Control; PM7 - Diagnostics; PM8 - Commodity-specific Phytosanitary Measures; PM9 - National Regulatory Control Systems; PM10 - Phytosanitary Treatments; Photos . Melichar L, 1902. Paris, France: European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization. This planthopper seldom causes economic damage to most plants except to those weakened by some other factor such as freeze damage. In: Plant protection and plant health in Europe: introduction and spread of invasive species, held at Humboldt University, Berlin, Germany, 9-11 June 2005. The treatment should be made as late as possible but before the appearance of adults (Greatti and Girolami, 1994). 121 (5), 506-513. http://www.bioone.org/loi/entn DOI:10.3157/021.121.0514. material made by the nymphs impairs the sales quality of affected plants, partly because buyers These poor insects. Manns TF; Manns MM, 1935. State of Connecticut Public Document 47, 34 [ed. Stuck with a name that sounds pretty boring–even to an entomologist. destroying very small buds in a lime grove which had been defoliated by a recent freeze in the Ormenis pruinosa, Say. Animal ecology of an Illinois elm-maple forest. 14 (4), 473-478. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S122686151100077X DOI:10.1016/j.aspen.2011.06.002. 1954. singly in the bark of dead citrus twigs. Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Society, 38:139-230. EPPO, 2020. in Flata and later referred to several times in Poeciloptera or Melormenis. Grande Valley and summarized the findings of previous workers. Metcalf ZP; Bruner SC, 1948. 40-44. 1961. Flatids have broadly triangular front wings that are held close to the body in a vertical The State Forester of Kentucky, Lexington, Biennial Report, 2:57-58. Check-list of Hemiptera of the Province of Quebec. Metcalfa pruinosa, a North American flatid first recorded in Italy in 1980, is becoming widespread in the north-east, especially near Venice, and its life cycle, food-plants, economic importance, regulating factors and control are reviewed. The neonicotinoid dinotefuran is also available for aphid control by home users (Green Light Tree & Shrub Insect Control with Safari 2G and Ortho Tree & Shrub Insect Control Granules). important hosts in Florida are camellias, azaleas, viburnum, magnolias, hollies, seagrape, Mission, Texas, area. Biological control of invasive species Metcalfa pruinosa Say (Insecta: Hemiptera: Flatidae) in ornamentals plants by using Coccinelids. reported Metcalfa pruinosa destroying part of a hedge of Amour River privet, Ligustrum amurense, near Adults apparently can live several weeks. obscures the nymph. One or more of the features that are needed to show you the maps functionality are not available in the web browser that you are using. The easiest way to control is to harvest honey with low humidity. located in the basal half of each forewing. Delaware Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin. On fruit crops which already receive calendar treatments of insecticides, a product effective against M. pruinosa could be inserted into the control programme at these times. Photograph by Lyle J. Buss, University of Florida. Metcalfa pruinosa is common in eastern North America, ranging from Ontario and Quebec to Florida, west to the Great Plains states, south to Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, California, and Mexico. Zangheri S, Donadini P, 1980. Specie originara din estul Americii de Nord, larg raspandita in Statele Unite, Cuba si Mexic, a fost mentionata in Europa in anul 1979, in Italia. Duso C, 1984. The following persons are thanked for providing information about Metcalfa pruinosa and its control: Prof. Dr. F. Bin, Dr. E. Conti, Prof. Dr. S. Maini and Dr. G. Burgio (Italy), Dr. J.

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