Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Dec 19, , A. S. Myrkasimova and others published The elm leaf beetle Xanthogaleruca (Galerucella) luteola elm. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community. Citeable URL: 7p88cn22d. Published Facts and recommendations in this.

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Galerucella luteola

Pest and Diseases Image Library. Fir ilni’V years it confined itself to tli’t, Atllnnati’. Distribution Table Top of page The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available. Urban forest pest management.

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Faunistic and systematic studies luteeola the subfamily Galerucinae Coleoptera: This file contains additional information such as Exif metadata which may have been added by the digital camera, scanner, or software program used to create or digitize it.

Prevention and Control Top of page Host Resistance The use of insect-resistant trees is one of the current control methods.

Elm leaf galerucellaa has become a significant pest in urban landscapes in all countries it has become established in Kielbaso and Kennedy, ; Nielsen et al.


This image was originally posted to Flickr by urjsa at https: Previous efforts to control this pest have focused on the preference for, and suitability of, various elm species and their hybrids for feeding by the elm leaf beetle Miller and Ware, Global Biodiversity Information Facility. Japanese species of Tetrastichus parasitic on eggs of Galerucella xanthomelaena Schrank.

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California Agriculture, 52 2: Retrieved from ” https: Distribution Maps Top of page You can pan and zoom the map. Indigenous to Europeit was accidentally introduced to North America and Australia. All species galeruclela elms, however, are attacked more or less, and in the absence of sufficient foliage of the favorite varie- ties the injury to less palatable sorts becomes almost equally marked.

Many species and their hybrids have been tested over the past 20 years.

They leave the upper tree and veins intact, which gives the foliage a net-like appearance. Journal of Arboriculture, 29 2: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Throughout the tcid ilile-hr ithll Iarez ih, lv1rl. Physiology and Phenology The elm leaf beetle has 2 to 4 generations per year, depending on the region and climate where they occur. The Elm Leaf Beetle, Xanthogallerucae luteola.

Repeated heavy infestation rarely kills lutepla tree outright but weakens it, rendering it vulnerable to disease. Eulophidaean introduced egg parasitoid of the elm leaf beetle Pyrrhalta luteola Coleoptera: Establishment and overwintering of Tetrastichus gallerucae Hymenoptera: The American species, Ulmus americana, is nota- bly exempt, and this, together with the general immunity of other American species, is a strong argument in favor of restricting planting to our native sorts.

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Details – Imported Elm Leaf-Beetle (Galerucella Luteola Mull.) / – Biodiversity Heritage Library

Eggs are yellow, oblong and are laid on the undersides of leaves in spindle-shaped clusters averaging 15 to 20 each.

Chrysomelidaein Missouri and adjacent states.

They also enter cracks in posts, telegraph poles, fences, etc. This is a minute chalcidid, known as Tetrastiehus xanthomnielene Rond. A list of Chrysomelidae collected by Dr. The distribution in this summary table is based on all the information available.

Chrysomelidae in Erzurum provinces. One female may produce as many as to eggs during her lifetime. University of Florida Rights Management: Report of the entomologist.