Catalogue Query Results


Brevennia rehi (Borchsenius)

NOMENCLATURE:

Ripersia oryzae Green, 1931b: 557. Type data: INDIA: Tanjore District, Aduthurai, on Oryza sativa. Lectotype female, by subsequent designation Williams, 1985: 65. Type depository: London: The Natural History Museum, England, UK. Described: female. Homonym of Ripersia oryzae Kuwana, 1907.

Ripersia oryzae Green, 1931c: 65. Homonym of Ripersia oryzae(Kuwana, 1907); discovered by Ben-Dov, 1994: 65.

Rhizoecus cynodontis Bodenheimer, 1943: 16. Type data: IRAQ: Basra, on Cynodon dactylon. Lectotype female, by subsequent designation Ben-Dov, 1991: 6. Type depository: Bet Dagan: Department of Entomology, The Volcani Center, Israel. Described: female. Synonymy by Ben-Dov, 2008: 85.

Ripersia rehi Lindinger, 1943a: 152. Replacement name for Ripersia oryzae Green.

Tychea rehi; Lindinger, 1943b: 265. Change of combination.

Brevennia (Brevennia) femoralis Borchsenius, 1949: 270. Type data: USSR: Tadzhikistan, Stalinvada, collected ix and xi, 1944, Borchsenius; Azerbaijan, Lenkoransk region, on Cynodon dactylon, collected vi.1947, Borchsenius. Syntypes, female. Type depository: St. Petersburg: Zoological Museum, Academy of Science, Russia. Described: female. Synonymy by Ben-Dov, 2008: 85. Notes: Lectotype designated in Danzig & Gavrilov, 2011: female, "Peliococcus femoralis Borchs., Azerbaijan, vicinity of Lenkoran, on steams of Cynodon dactylon, 22.VI.1947, No. 525"

Pseudorhodania marginata Borchsenius, 1962a: 244. Type data: CHINA: Yunnan Province, Chindung, on grass. Holotype female. Type depository: Beijing: Institute of Entomology, Academy of Sciences, China. Described: female. Illust.

Heterococcus rehi; Williams, 1970: 141. Change of combination.

Heterococcus femoralis; Miller & McKenzie, 1970: 443. Change of combination.

Heterococcus tuttlei Miller & McKenzie, 1970: 447. Type data: U.S.A.: California, Imperial County, Bard, on Cynodon dactylon. Holotype female. Type depository: Davis: The Bohart Museum of Entomology, University of California, California, USA. Described: female. Illust. Synonymy by Miller, 1973a: 372.

Brevennia (Brevennia) rehi; Miller, 1973a: 372. Change of combination.

Brevennia (Brevennia) cynodontis; Ben-Dov, 1991: 6. Change of combination.

Brevennia (Brevennia) marginata; Danzig & Gavrilov-Zamin, 2012a: 786. Change of combination.

COMMON NAMES: rice mealybug [Willia1970DJ, WilliaRaBr1981]; tuttle mealybug [MillerMc1970].



FOE: HYMENOPTERA Encyrtidae: Rhopus nigriclavatus (Girault) [AbdRab2001d].

HOSTS: Cyperaceae: Cyperus [Ramakr1930, Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, Willia2004a], Cyperus pygmateus [Varshn1992], Cyperus rotundus [Green1931b, Willia1970DJ, Miller1975DR, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a]. Juncaceae: Juncellus pygmaeus [Green1931b, Willia1970DJ, BenDov1994, Willia2004a]. Poaceae [MillerMc1970], [Borchs1962, BenDov1994], Andropogon annulatus [Ali1973a, Willia1970DJ, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Anthistiria imberbis [Ali1973a], Apluda [Ali1973a], Apluda varia [Willia1970DJ, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Cenchrus calyculatus [ChenKoLi1997], Chloris barbata [Ramakr1930, Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, BenDov1994], Cymbopogon caesius [Ramakr1930, Willia1970DJ, BenDov1994], Cynodon [WilliaGr1992], Cynodon dactylon [Bodenh1943, Willia1970DJ, MillerMc1970, Miller1973a, Miller1975DR, Willia1985, Varshn1992], Cyperus serotinus [ChenKoLi1997], Dactyloctenium aegyptium [Willia1970DJ, Miller1975DR, ChenKoLi1997], Dactyloctenium australe [BenDov2008], Digitaria abscendens [ChenKoLi1997], Digitaria henryi [ChenKoLi1997], Digitaria sanguinalis [Ramakr1930, BenDov1994, Willia1970DJ], Echinchloa crus-galli oryzicola [ChenKoLi1997], Echinochloa crus-galli formosensis [ChenKoLi1997], Eleusine aegyptica [Ali1973a], Eleusine coracana [Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Eleusine indica [ChenKoLi1997], Eragrostis interrupta [Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Eriochloa polystachya [Willia2004a], Fimbristylis argentea [Green1931b, Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Fimbristylis miliacea [Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Fimbristylis tenera [Ramakr1930, Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Heterachne abortiva [GrimshDo2007], Imperata arundinacea [Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Isachne australis [Ramakr1930, Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, BenDov1994], Ischaemum ciliare [Ramakr1930, Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Iseilema laxum [Ramakr1930, Willia1970DJ, BenDov1994], Leptochloa chinensis [Ramakr1930, Willia1970DJ, ChenKoLi1997, BenDov1994], Leptochloa polystachya [Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Oryza sativa [Maxwel1908, VanHeu1923, Willia1970DJ, LiuTa1988, BenDov1994, ChenKoLi1997, Willia2004a], Panicum colonum [Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Panicum javanicum [Willia1970DJ, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Panicum maximum [ChenKoLi1997], Panicum prostatum [Ramakr1930, Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, BenDov1994], Panicum repens [Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, ChenKoLi1997, Willia2004a], Paspalum dilatatum [ChenKoLi1997], Paspalum distichum [ChenKoLi1997], Paspalum scrobiculatum [Ramakr1930, Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, BenDov1994], Saccharum officinarum [Willia2004a], Saccharum spontaneum [Ramakr1930, Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, BenDov1994], Setaria glauca [Ramakr1930, Willia1970DJ, Ali1973a, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Sorghum [Borchs1949, BenDov1994, MyartsKaPo1995], Sorghum vulgare [Varshn1992, MillerMc1970, Willia1970DJ, Miller1975DR, BenDov1994, Willia2004a], Zoa mays rugosa [ChenKoLi1997].

DISTRIBUTION: Australasian: Australia (Northern Territory [WilliaRaBr1981, Willia1985, BenDov1994], Queensland [GrimshDo2007]); Hawaiian Islands (Hawaii [Beards1979, BenDov1994]); New Britain [WilliaRaBr1981, WilliaWa1988a, BenDov1994]; Papua New Guinea [WilliaWa1988a]. Nearctic: United States of America (Arizona [MillerMc1970, Miller1975DR, BenDov1994], California [MillerMc1970, Miller1975DR, BenDov1994], Florida [Miller1973a, Miller1975DR, BenDov1994], Texas [CABI1979a, BenDov1994]). Neotropical: Brazil (Rio Grande do Sul [new]); Puerto Rico & Vieques Island (Puerto Rico [CABI1979a, WilliaGr1992, BenDov1994]); U.S. Virgin Islands [WilliaGr1992, BenDov1994]. Oriental: Bangladesh [Willia1970DJ, AlamKa1981, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a]; Burma (=Myanmar) [Shroff1920, Ghosh1940, Willia1970DJ, Crowe1985, Varshn1992, BenDov1994]; India [Maxwel1908, Ramakr1930, Willia1970DJ, Varshn1992, BenDov1994] (Andhra Pradesh [Varshn1992, Willia2004a], Bihar [Varshn1992, Willia2004a], Goa [Willia2004a], Karnataka [Varshn1992, Willia2004a], Kerala [Varshn1992], Madhya Pradesh [Varshn1992, Willia2004a], Maharashtra [Varshn1992], Orissa [Varshn1992, Willia2004a], Tamil Nadu [Varshn1992, Willia2004a], West Bengal [Varshn1992, Willia2004a]); Indonesia (Java [VanHeu1923, Willia1970DJ]); Nepal [Willia1970DJ, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a]; Pakistan [Willia1970DJ, Miller1975DR, Varshn1992, BenDov1994, Willia2004a]; Philippines [Willia2004a]; Taiwan [LiuTa1988, BenDov1994, ChenKoLi1997]; Thailand [CABI1979a, BenDov1994]. Palaearctic: Afghanistan [KozarFoZa1996]; Azerbaijan [Borchs1949, BenDov1994]; China [Borchs1962a, Tang1992, TangHaTa1992, BenDov1994] (Xizang (=Tibet) [HuYaLi1986]); Egypt [AbdRab2001d]; Iran [KozarFoZa1996, Moghad2009]; Iraq [Bodenh1943, BenDov1994, BenDov2008]; Israel [BenDov2008]; Tajikistan (=Tadzhikistan) [Borchs1949, BenDov1991, BenDov1994]; Turkmenistan [MyartsKaPo1995].

BIOLOGY: Occurring beneath the leaf sheaths at the bases of the host plant.

GENERAL REMARKS: Description and illustration of adult female by Miller & McKenzie (1970), Williams (1970DJ), Miller (1975), Williams (1985), Liu & Tao (1988), Williams & Watson (1988a), Williams & Granara de Willink (1992) and by Williams (2004a). Description and illustration of the adult male given by Miller (1975). Description and illustration of the first-instar nymph given by Miller (1975). Description and illustration of adult female by Bodenheimer (1943). Good description of the adult female given by Borchsenius (1949), Miller & McKenzie (1970) and by Ben-Dov (1991).

SYSTEMATICS: Brevennia femoralis Borchsenius, 1949 was first synonymized with Rhizoecus cynodontis Bodenheimer, 1943, and later Ben-Dov (2008) synonymized both with Brevennia rehi.

ECONOMIC IMPORTANCE AND CONTROL: Reported to damage lawn grasses of Dactyloctenium australe in Israel (Ben-Dov, 2008).

KEYS: Danzig & Gavrilov-Zamin 2013: 464 (female) [A Key to the Species of the Genus Brevennia (Including Four Palaearctic Species Not Known from Russia and Adjacent Countries)]; Danzig & Gavrilov-Zamin 2012a: 787,789 (female) [Species of Brevennia]; Tang 1992: 573 (female) [Palaearctic & Oriental regions]; Williams D. J. 1970: 114 (female) [World].

CITATIONS: AbdRab2001d [distribution, biological control: 1356]; AlamAlKa1979 [host, distribution, economic importance: 20-21]; AlamBh1965 [host, distribution, life history: 121-122]; AlamKa1981 [host, distribution, economic importance: 17-26]; Ali1958 [taxonomy, description, host, distribution: 179-181]; Ali1962 [description, host, distribution: 72]; Ali1967 [taxonomy, description, host, distribution: 217]; Ali1967a [host, distribution: 33-34]; Ali1973a [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 53-55]; BackiaSu1996 [life history, ecology: 250-252]; BeheraSaRa2001 [Wolbachia, , symbiont: 1299-1300]; BenDov1991 [taxonomy, description, host, distribution: 6]; BenDov1994 [catalogue: 64,65,66,416]; BenDov2008 [taxonomy, host, distribution: 85-88]; BenDov2012 [catalogue, distribution, host: 34,]; Bodenh1943 [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 16]; Borchs1949 [taxonomy, description, host, distribution: 270-271]; Borchs1962a [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 243-244]; CABI1979a [distribution: 1]; ChenKoLi1997 [host, distribution, economic importance, life history: 49-54]; Crowe1985 [distribution]; DanzigGa2011 [taxonomy: 271]; DanzigGa2012a [illustration, taxonomy: 786, 787, 790-791]; DanzigGa2013 [description, distribution, host, taxonomy: 464-469]; Fletch1916 [taxonomy: 62]; Fletch1917a [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 177]; GopalaRaBa1987 [biological control, life history: 18]; Green1931b [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 557]; GrimshDo2007 [host, distribution, economic importance: 96-98]; HodgsoHa2013 [phylogeny, taxonomy: 797]; HuYaLi1986 [host, distribution: 10-12]; Jahn2004 [host, life history, ecology: 115-122]; JeyaraSrSa2000 [host, chemistry: 14-15]; KozarFoZa1996 [host, distribution: 64]; LakshmMaMo1988 [economic importance: 356-357]; Lindin1943a [taxonomy: 152]; Lindin1943b [taxonomy: 265]; LiuTa1988 [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 61, 62]; Maxwel1908 [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 128, 129]; Miller1973a [host, distribution: 372]; Miller1975DR [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 49-56]; MillerMc1970 [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 443,447-449,451,457]; Moghad2009 [host, distribution: 18]; Moghad2013 [description, distribution, illustration, structure, taxonomy: 13-15, 99]; MohammGh2008 [distribution: 154]; MyartsKaPo1995 [host, distribution: 223-225]; Prakas1988 [distribution, control: 87-97]; Ramakr1930 [host, distribution: 63]; Ramakr1941 [host, distribution: 107-113]; Tang1992 [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 586]; TangHaTa1992 [host, distribution: 9]; Tao1999 [taxonomy, host, distribution: 10]; Tao1999 [taxonomy, host, distribution: 26]; VanHeu1923 [host, distribution, economic importance: 42-43]; Varshn1992 [host, distribution: 39, 40]; Willia1970DJ [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 141-145]; Willia1985 [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 65, 66]; Willia2004a [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 96-99]; WilliaGr1992 [taxonomy, illustration, host, distribution: 68, 69]; WilliaRaBr1981 [taxonomy, host, distribution: 46]; WilliaWa1988a [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 23-24, 26]; Yang1982 [taxonomy, description, illustration, host, distribution: 42-44].




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