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Acalitus rudis – Plant Parasites of Europe.

Aceria, Eriophyes, rudis. The illustration and description of E. rudis by Houard partly apply to Acalitus calycophthirus. notes. On galls of this type lives a specialised mildew, Podosphaera erineophila. The causer of the gall itself remains unspecified in the literature “Erineum betulinum”, but is is worthwile to be alerted on it! references. Acalitus rudis is a gall mite that causes galls to form on the leaves of Birch Betula species. The gall is an erineum between the veins of the leaf. It is usually on the underside of the leaf, with or without a bulge on the other side. The hairs are quite long, white or yellowish when young, later a deep red brown.

Acalitus phyllereus Nalepa, 1919 Acalitus prunispinosae Nalepa, 1926 Acalitus pundamariae Smith-Meyer, 1990; Acalitus purpurascensis Cromroy, 1958 Acalitus rapaneae Keifer, 1977; Acalitus reticulatae Mohanasundaram, 1981; Acalitus rubensis Manson, 1970; Acalitus rudis G. Canestrini, 1891 Acalitus ruelliae Channabasavanna, 1966. ACALITUS RUDIS. Fig 1: DESCRIPTION: The commonest erineum gall on Birch is usually seen as a yellowish bulge on the upperside of the leaf. Below is found the white to yellowish mite-induced erineum that is unevenly spread and with a granular texture. The erineum turns brown with age. Checklists containing Acalitus rudis Canestrini, 1890 Fauna Europaea checklist of Prostigmata Acari of. Acalitus rudis. Checklists containing Acalitus rudis. BPGS Checklist, version 1 Print version. Taxonomic hierarchy Kingdom Animalia Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum Chelicerata Class Arachnida.

Interactions where Acalitus rudis is the controlling partner and gains from the process The following relationships have been collated from the published literature see 'References'. Aceria, Eriophyes, rudis. The illustration and description of E. rudis by Houard partly apply to Acalitus calycophthirus. notes. On galls of this type lives a specialised mildew, Podosphaera erineophila. The causer of the gall itself remains unspecified in the literature “Erineum betulinum”, but is is worthwile to be alerted on it! references. Acalitus rudis is a gall mite that causes galls to form on the leaves of Birch Betula species. The gall is an erineum between the veins of the leaf. It is usually on the underside of the leaf, with or without a bulge on the other side. The hairs are quite long, white or yellowish when young, later a deep red brown. Acalitus phyllereus Nalepa, 1919 Acalitus prunispinosae Nalepa, 1926 Acalitus pundamariae Smith-Meyer, 1990; Acalitus purpurascensis Cromroy, 1958 Acalitus rapaneae Keifer, 1977; Acalitus reticulatae Mohanasundaram, 1981; Acalitus rubensis Manson, 1970; Acalitus rudis G. Canestrini, 1891 Acalitus ruelliae Channabasavanna, 1966. ACALITUS RUDIS. Fig 1: DESCRIPTION: The commonest erineum gall on Birch is usually seen as a yellowish bulge on the upperside of the leaf. Below is found the white to yellowish mite-induced erineum that is unevenly spread and with a granular texture. The erineum turns brown with age.

Checklists containing Acalitus rudis Canestrini, 1890 Fauna Europaea checklist of Prostigmata Acari of. Acalitus rudis. Checklists containing Acalitus rudis. BPGS Checklist, version 1 Print version. Taxonomic hierarchy Kingdom Animalia Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum Chelicerata Class Arachnida. Interactions where Acalitus rudis is the controlling partner and gains from the process The following relationships have been collated from the published literature see 'References'. Aceria, Eriophyes, rudis. The illustration and description of E. rudis by Houard partly apply to Acalitus calycophthirus. notes. On galls of this type lives a specialised mildew, Podosphaera erineophila. The causer of the gall itself remains unspecified in the literature “Erineum betulinum”, but is is worthwile to be alerted on it! references. Acalitus rudis is a gall mite that causes galls to form on the leaves of Birch Betula species. The gall is an erineum between the veins of the leaf. It is usually on the underside of the leaf, with or without a bulge on the other side. The hairs are quite long, white or yellowish when young, later a deep red brown.

Acalitus phyllereus Nalepa, 1919 Acalitus prunispinosae Nalepa, 1926 Acalitus pundamariae Smith-Meyer, 1990; Acalitus purpurascensis Cromroy, 1958 Acalitus rapaneae Keifer, 1977; Acalitus reticulatae Mohanasundaram, 1981; Acalitus rubensis Manson, 1970; Acalitus rudis G. Canestrini, 1891 Acalitus ruelliae Channabasavanna, 1966. ACALITUS RUDIS. Fig 1: DESCRIPTION: The commonest erineum gall on Birch is usually seen as a yellowish bulge on the upperside of the leaf. Below is found the white to yellowish mite-induced erineum that is unevenly spread and with a granular texture. The erineum turns brown with age. Checklists containing Acalitus rudis Canestrini, 1890 Fauna Europaea checklist of Prostigmata Acari of. Acalitus rudis. Checklists containing Acalitus rudis. BPGS Checklist, version 1 Print version. Taxonomic hierarchy Kingdom Animalia Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum Chelicerata Class Arachnida. Interactions where Acalitus rudis is the controlling partner and gains from the process The following relationships have been collated from the published literature see 'References'. Aceria, Eriophyes, rudis. The illustration and description of E. rudis by Houard partly apply to Acalitus calycophthirus. notes. On galls of this type lives a specialised mildew, Podosphaera erineophila. The causer of the gall itself remains unspecified in the literature “Erineum betulinum”, but is is worthwile to be alerted on it! references.

Acalitus rudis is a gall mite that causes galls to form on the leaves of Birch Betula species. The gall is an erineum between the veins of the leaf. It is usually on the underside of the leaf, with or without a bulge on the other side. The hairs are quite long, white or yellowish when young, later a deep red brown. Acalitus phyllereus Nalepa, 1919 Acalitus prunispinosae Nalepa, 1926 Acalitus pundamariae Smith-Meyer, 1990; Acalitus purpurascensis Cromroy, 1958 Acalitus rapaneae Keifer, 1977; Acalitus reticulatae Mohanasundaram, 1981; Acalitus rubensis Manson, 1970; Acalitus rudis G. Canestrini, 1891 Acalitus ruelliae Channabasavanna, 1966.

ACALITUS RUDIS. Fig 1: DESCRIPTION: The commonest erineum gall on Birch is usually seen as a yellowish bulge on the upperside of the leaf. Below is found the white to yellowish mite-induced erineum that is unevenly spread and with a granular texture. The erineum turns brown with age. Checklists containing Acalitus rudis Canestrini, 1890 Fauna Europaea checklist of Prostigmata Acari of. Acalitus rudis. Checklists containing Acalitus rudis. BPGS Checklist, version 1 Print version. Taxonomic hierarchy Kingdom Animalia Phylum Arthropoda Subphylum Chelicerata Class Arachnida. Interactions where Acalitus rudis is the controlling partner and gains from the process The following relationships have been collated from the published literature see 'References'.

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