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Fauna of India and the Adjacent Countries: Homoptera: Aphidoidea, Part 7/2 Subfamily: Aphidinae: Macrosiphini

Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: AK Ghosh(Author), LK Ghosh(Author)
835 pages, 8 plates with colour photos; 318 b/w line drawings
Fauna of India and the Adjacent Countries: Homoptera: Aphidoidea, Part 7/2
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Language: English

Fauna of India and the Adjacent Countries: Homoptera: Aphidoidea was first published in 1980 with the plant to complete a series of seven volumes. Due to several unforeseen hurdles it took 37 years to complete the series in 7 volumes. The last one is published in 2 parts. This volume 7/2 contains descriptions of 82 genera and 291 species covering more than 800 pages with all related details about biology, host plants and distribution. This voluminous task would not have been possible without cooperation from all professional aphidologists in India and outside. It is expected that the volume will help all professional biologists and agricultural scientists to understand the crop problem due to infestation by the largest group of plant-virus vectors. The Indian aphid fauna constitutes nearly 16% of the global fauna and as such it may be of help not only to scientists in neighbouring countries, but across the globe.

Contents

Introduction

I. Insecta: Homoptera: Aphididae
II. Morphology and terminology
III. Material and methods
IV. Biology and lifecycle
V. Economic importance
VI. Major aphids infesting crops in India
VII. Aphid host plant interaction. Subfamily aphidinae:
VIII. Classified list of aphids
IX. Key to genera

Subfamily Aphidinae: Tribe macrosiphini: Genera
1. Acutosiphon
2. Acyrthosiphon
3. Akkaia
4. Amphicercidus
5. Amphorophora
6. Anaulacorthum
7. Aspidophorodon
8. Aulacorthum
9. Avicennia
10. Brachycaudus
11. Brachymyzus
12. Brachysiphoniella
13. Brevicoryne
14. Capitophorus
15. Cavariella
16. Ceruraphis
17. Chaetomyzus
18. Chaetosiphon
19. Coloradoa
20. Cryptaphis
21. Cryptomyzus
22. Dysaphis
23. Elatobium
24. Ericolophium
25. Eumyzus
26. Hayhurstia
27. Hillerislambersia
28. Himalayaphis
29. Hyadaphis
30. Hyalomyzus
31. Hydronaphis
32. Hyperomyzus
33. Impatientinum
34. Indiaphis
35. Indomyzus
36. Indotuberoaphis
37. Jacksonia
38. Liosomaphis
39. Lipaphis
40. Longicaudus
41. Longisiphoniella
42. Macromyzella
43. Macromyzus
44. Macrosiphoniella
45. Macrosiphum
46. Matsumuraja
47. Megoura
48. Metopolophium
49. Micromyzodium
50. Micromyzus
51. Myzakkaia
52. Myzaphis
53. Myzus
54. Nasonovia
55. Neoacyrthosiphon
56. Neomasonaphis
57. Neotoxoptera
58. Nudisiphon
59. Oedisiphum
60. Pentalonia
61. Phorodon
62. Pleotrichophorus
63. Raychaudhuriaphis
64. Raychaudhuriella
65. Rhodobium
66. Rhopalosiphoninus
67. Scleromyzus
68. Semiaphis
69. Shinjia
70. Sinomegoura
71. Sitobion
72. Spinaphis
73. Subovatomyzus
74. Taiwanomyzus
75. Tricaudatus
76. Trichosiphonaphis
77. Tuberoaphis
78. Tuberocephalus
79. Tubicauda
80. Uroleucon
81. Utamphorophora
82. Vesiculaphis

Reference
Distribution list
Index to the genera and species

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Flora / Fauna Identification Key
By: AK Ghosh(Author), LK Ghosh(Author)
835 pages, 8 plates with colour photos; 318 b/w line drawings
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