Cinara cupressi is a brownish soft-bodied insect classified as an aphid. It has been discovered around the world feeding on various trees from. THE EFFICACY OF TREATMENTS WITH WATER EXTRACTS ON Cinara cupressi (Buckton). Conference Paper (PDF Available) ยท August with 34 Reads. Cypress aphid. Cinara cupressi. Cypress aphid | Cinara cupressi. Common name: Cypress aphid. Scientific name: Cinara cupressi. Alternative common names.

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Cinara cupressi Alternative common names: Genetic variation and heritability of resistance to Cinara cupressi in Cupressus lusitanica. It was suggested that one cycle of selection might yield a resistant population. Other aphids on same host: About the cuprewsi presence of Cinara cupressi Buckton in Belgium. Cinara sabinae is known almost exclusively from Juniperus scopulorum.

This is to ensure that we give you the best experience possible. Cinara cupressi apterae see first picture below are mainly orange brown to yellowish brownwith blackish markings diverging back from the thorax.

The whole aphid is clothed with fine hairs. Cinara cupressithe cypress aphid[1] is a brownish soft-bodied aphid. Biogeography of the Cinara cupressi complex Hemiptera: The wingless adult females of cinaar members of the subgenus Cupressobium can be distinguished from C.

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Cypress aphid (Cinara cupressi sensu lato)

It was subsequently introduced to Kenya and Uganda Day et al. Cinara cupressi Scientific classification Kingdom: The overall effect on the tree ranges from partial damage to eventual death of the entire tree, depending on the dupressi and duration of the C. The study of a stand of mature Cupressus lusitanica in Kenya indicated that the degree of aphid damage varied from one tree to another Orondo and Day, The wingless females of C.


Cinara cupressi Cypress aphid On this page: The distribution map includes records based cupfessi specimens of C.

In Italy, there are up to 12 generations per year, individual insects living for about 22 days and having an average of 23 offspring. They observe that it is often difficult cinxra spray large hedges thoroughly and damage will occur when the aphid is abundant.

This aphid has seriously damaged commercial and ornamental plantings of trees around the globe.

Once the number of taxa has been clarified it may be possible to find more reliable means of identifying them using morphological characters. Cypress aphid, Cinara cupressi. The population since described as Cinara cupressivora has been recorded causing damage in Colombia and Mauritius Watson et al. Because of the recent classification of C. It will probably require molecular studies to characterize the number and identities of distinct species within C. The remaining population is severely threatened by exploitation, fire and attack by the cypress aphid Chapman,and few new seedlings survive to full growth.

Cinara cupressi – Wikipedia

Arab Journal of Plant Protection, 18 1: A subsequent study found that selection for resistance to aphid damage was unlikely to have adverse effects cuprewsi economically important traits such as the height and diameter of the trunk Kamunya et al. Chemical Control Cypress aphids live deep inside the canopy because xinara avoid bright light. The sooty mould on the honeydew slows tree growth by impairing photosynthesis. The last population becomes damaging on forest trees that are growing in prolonged hot and dry conditions.


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On cuprewsi hedges the dieback can be quite pronounced, with the lower parts often more severely affected than the top. In Kenya, this species comprises around half of the country’s total industrial forest plantation area.

Several species of aphid have been described on cypresses and related trees in various parts of the world.

It is orangish to yellowish-brown with black markings, lightly dusted on the dorsal surface cinarw pale grey wax. The endemic species, Juniperus procera, has also been negatively impacted by cypress aphid attack but is more widespread and less endangered than the Mulanje cedar Ciesla,