Preferred Scientific Name; Aphis pomi. Preferred Common Name; apple aphid. Taxonomic Tree; Domain: Eukaryota; Kingdom: Metazoa. back to HYPP Zoology home page. Aphis pomi de Geer Aphis mali F., Aphidula pomi, Doralis pomi. Insecta, Homoptera, Aphididae. On apple and other fruit trees, A. pomi causes loose or slight curling of leaves. Aphids colonize young growth and are generally restricted to the tips of young.

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Aphid species Aphis pomi de Geer, is oligophagous on pomoideous host plants, whilst Aphis spiraecola Patch, is a polyphagous species alternating between Spiraea spp. Despite the biological distinction, these species are difficult to separate using their morphological characters. Interspecific pairwise sample divergences of the COI fragment ranged from 3. One COI haplotype of A. The most abundant COI haplotype of A. The length of ultimate rostral segment appeared to be the most reliable morphological character for discrimination apbis apple and spirea aphid species.

The existence of A. September 22, ; Accepted: January 7, ; Revised: January 7, ; Prepublished online: February 16, ; Published: April 2, Show citation. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License CC BYwhich permits use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original publication is properly cited.

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