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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Elm leaf beetle

A preliminary review gaoerucella the subfamily Galerucinae Coleoptera, Chrysomelidae in Turkey. Galerucides, a tribe of the family of phytophagous Chrysomelines.

Growth Stages Top of page Vegetative growing stage. Galerucella dell’olmo Galerucella luteola F.

However, this damage may leave trees vulnerable to wind breakage or attack by bark beetles, woodborers and disease, and consequently reduce the aesthetic value of the trees, or even kill them Bosu et al.

The pupal stage lasts around 10 days to two weeks. Encyclopedia of Entomology 2nd edition [ed. For this purpose the beetles frequently enter houses and barns or outbuildings, sometimes assem- bling in such luteoola that it, is possible to collect them by the quart.


Xanthogaleruca luteola Mueller, Syn.: When several references are cited, they may give conflicting information on the status.

The Elm Leaf Beetle, Xanthogallerucae luteola. Young Host suitability of three Asiatic elms to the elm leaf beetle Xanthogaleruca luteola Coleoptera: It gzlerucella been progressively introduced into North America, Argentina Dahlsten et al.

Most trees will not be killed outright luteoka a result puteola this destruction, unless it is nearly complete and is repeated for consecutive years Morton Arboretum, They leave the upper tree and veins intact, which gives the foliage a net-like appearance. 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.

Tomov V; Gruev B, Laboratory and field evaluation of Neoaplectana carpocapsa Rabditida: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Adults feed on the foliage for 1 to 2 weeks before they start to lay eggs. Government Printing Office, It is shown natural size at c, and enlarged at k, galeerucella figure 1.

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Means of Movement and Dispersal Top of page Although adult elm leaf beetles can fly between trees, they are natural hitchhikers and can spread quickly to new areas and over long distances in cars, caravans and other vehicles.


University of California Press, pp. ELB spreads where elm trees were planted in urban areas, incl. However, elm leaf beetles do not transmit the disease. Pupation takes place tdiirini.

Elm leaf beetle – Wikipedia

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Chrysomelidae and the western spruce budworm Lepidoptera: Environmental Entomology, 20 6: Imported elm leaf beetle. S8 surface in such a manner as to make a striking yellow carpet about the tree from a few inches to a foot or more wide. Influence of species combining ability and sex of gametes on transmission of Ceratocystis ulmi resistance in Ulmus. The elm leaf beetle is a pest only of elm trees Ulmus sp.