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Illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by eriophyid mites in North America

Illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by eriophyid mites in North America

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Plants -- Abnormalities,
  • Eriophyidae,
  • Plants -- Wounds and injuries

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Hartford H. Keifer ... [et al.]
    SeriesAgriculture handbook -- no. 573
    ContributionsKeifer, Hartford H, United States. Agricultural Research Service
    The Physical Object
    Pagination178 p. :
    Number of Pages178
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14838954M

    Bud mites cause damage to the growing buds of particular plants and fruit. Gall mites cause the tissues in plant’s hairs to develop improperly. This is commonly seen on the leaves of maple trees. Blister type eriophyid mites on plants can cause damage very similar to gall mites; however, the damage from the blister mite occurs in the internal. An illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by eriophyid mites in North America. (). Annual recurrence of of pigeonpea sterility mosaic in Eastern U.P.,Author: N Kulkarni.

    • Eriophyid mites cannot be seen without a 20x hand lens or greater magnification. • Eriophyid mites seldom cause serious injury or stress to plants; damage is normally aesthetic. • Damage from eriophyid mites usually consists of leaf galls, bud or flower galls, blisters, scabbing, and deformities of leaves, stems, buds, and : Ryan S. Davis, Taun Beddes. Eriophyid Mites Eriophyid mites are more closely related to arachnids (spiders) than insects. They are microscopic and cannot be seen with the naked eye. They are noticed by the abnormalities created in soft plant tissues when they feed. Commonly Affected Trees: Green Ash, Cottonwood, Poplar, Maple, Plum, Cherry, Privet, and Catalpa.

    An illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by eriophyid mites in North America. Washington: United States Department of Agriculture, p. Washington: United States Department of Agriculture, p.   Eriophyid mites (Acari: Eriophyoidea) are a large and diverse group of great economic importance in agricultural and forestry systems (Jeppson et al. , Briones and McDaniel , Keifer et al. , Lindquist et al. ).Although some species attack nonwoody plants, most are pests of trees and shrubs (Briones and McDaniel ), specifically Populus spp. (Wilson and Oldfield ).Cited by:


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Illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by eriophyid mites in North America Download PDF EPUB FB2

An Illustrated Guide to Plant Abnormalities Caused by Eriophyid Mites in North America By Hartford H. Keifer, Edward W. Baker, Tokuwo Kono, Mercedes Delfinado, and William E.

Styer' Many plant abnormalities are well known to most people. Few persons. An Illustrated Guide to Plant Abnormalities Caused By Eriophyid Mites in North America Paperback – January 1, by Hartford H.

Keifer (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: Hartford H. Keifer. Illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by eriophyid mites in North America.

Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, (OCoLC) An illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by Eriophyid mites in North America.

Agriculture Handbook Number United State Department of Agriculture Lange, W.H. & L.K. Mann. Fumigation controls microscopic mite attacking garlic. California Agriculture December Like most eriophyid mite species, the bermudagrass mite specializes on one host plant and thus does not attack other plant species.

Mites in the family Eriophyidae are commonly known to cause leaf and bud galls on their host plants, which can lead to severe aesthetic damage and plant decline or death in high-maintenance areas with low tolerance for plant damage (Figure 1).

An Illustrated Guide to Plant Abnormalities Caused by Eriophyid Mites in North America. Keifer, H. H., et al. USDA ARS Agr. Handbook No. pages. Control of Juniper Tip Dwarf Mite. Cowles, R. Arthropod Management Tests 26 (1). Extension Plant. Keifer HH, Baker EW, Kono T, Delfinado M, Styer WE () An illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by eriophyid mites in North America.

USDA handbookpp Google Scholar Lindquist EE, Sabelis MW, Bruin J () Eriophyoid mites. annulate, plant-feeding mites, which are referred to in the literature as blister mites, rust mites, bud mites, or gall mites, depending on the type of damage they cause. Unlike spider mites, eriophyids have only two pairs of legs so that the elongate posterior portion of the body must be dragged along the substrate.

Since eriophyids are among the. Four-Legged Mites (Eriophyoidea or Tetrapodili) In book: Encyclopedia of Entomology, pp An illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by eriophyid mites in North America.

Hh Author: Marjorie Hoy. Boczek J, Griffiths DA. Structure and systematics of eriophyid mites (Acari: Eriophyoidea) and their relationship to host plants.

In: Williams MAJ, editor. Plant galls, systematics association special volume Oxford: Calerdon Press; p. – Google ScholarAuthor: P. Nasareen, Y. Shibu Vardhanan, N. Ramani. Keifer et al. () men- Chapter references, p. Secondary associations: eriophyoid mites on ferns tioned additional leaf roll galls caused by two other eriophyoids on the same host plant and Houard () noted similar galls on other by: 8.

An illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by eriophyid mites in North America. Agriculture Handbook, Agricultural Research Service, United States Department of Agriculture, pp Kerenyine Nemestothy K, Budai C, An illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by Eriophyid mites in North America.

Agriculture Handbook Number United State Department of Agriculture. Pruning plus chemical sprays are needed to keep susceptible plants healthy I nan eriophyid mite new to North America was discovered disfiguring fuch-sias in San Francisco County.

The USDA publication, An Illustrated Guide to Plant Abnormalities Caused by Eriophyid Mites in North America, remains one of the most comprehensive sources of information on symptoms produced by eriophyids [see More Information below].

Leaf domatia and the distribution and abundance of foliar mites in broadleaf deciduous forest in Wisconsin. [ID: ] Call #: RG DS33 Location: MedTox ABNORMALITIES (PLANTS) An Illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by eriophyid mites in North America by Hadford H.

Systematic & Applied Acarology Kono, T., Delfinado, M. & Styer, W.E. () An Illustrated Guide to Plant Abnormalities caused by Eriophyid Mites in North America.

United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Agriculture Handbook NumberWashington DC. & Zhang, Z.-Q. () Eriophyoid mites (Acari. * Keifer HH, Baker EW, Kono T, Delfinado M, Styer W () An illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by eriophyid mites in North America.

USDA Agriculture Handbook no. pp. * Thomas EA, Scott CE () Rosette of rose. Effect of the tomato rust mite Aculops lycopersici (Acari: Eriophyidae) on the development and reproduction of three predatory phytoseiid mites - Volume 28 Issue 1 - Faten M.

Momen, Amira Abdel-Khalek W. () An illustrated guide to plant abnormalities caused by eriophyid mites in North America. USDA Agriculture Handbook No. Cited by: Eriophyoid mites morphologically identical to and classified as A.

tulipae (Boczek et al., ) are reported to be pests of plants in the family Gramineae (Chapters (Styer and Nault, ) and (Frost and Ridland, )), either because of feeding damage, such as kernel red streak disease in maize (Keifer, ), or mainly because Cited by: 3.

However, molecular information on eriophyid mites infesting turfgrass is limited. Since the last two decades, turfgrass production has gradually increased due to the increasing number of recreational parks, playgrounds, and golf courses in Korea (Choi & Yang ; Jang et : Duck‐Oung Jung, Dae‐Sup Park, Jae‐Kyoung Shim, Sukchan Lee, Jaeho Pyee, Kyeong‐Yeoll Lee.Eriophyid mites Several species Order Acari, Family Eriophyidae; leaf vagrant, gall, erinea, rust, or eriophyid mites Host plants: Many species of eriophyid mites feed on deciduous and coniferous trees and shrubs.

Description: Adult eriophyid mites are elongated and have only two pairs of anterior legs. Most species areFile Size: KB.

Abstract. Leaf domatia, specialized chambers in the vein axils on the underside of leaves of many plant species, have remained an enigma for over a century.

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