Author gives a report on the partial results of the regular collections made between 1990 and 1999 on ornamental trees and shrubs, on streets, in parks, in green spaces of housing estates, in private gardens and in arboreta. A total of 45 aphid species were found belonging to 2 families. Phylloxerina populi (del Guercio, 1900), Cinara cedri Mimeur, 1936, Neotrama caudata del Guercio, 1909, Protrama ranunculi (del Guercio, 1909), Aphis catalpae Mamontova, 1950, Ovatomyzus boraginacearum Eastop, 1952 and Uroleucon taraxaci (Kaltenbach, 1843) are new for the Hungarian fauna.
Author made regular insect collections between 1990 and 2011 especially on ornamental trees and shrubs, furthermore on herbs, in streets, parks, in city greenery, forests, botanical gardens and private gardens, in various localities of Hungary. Bactericera modesta (Foerster) is a new species for the fauna of Hungary.
Female, male and nymph of Aceria bajani n. sp., associated with Xeranthemum annuum, are described from Hungary. Taxonomically relevant morphological details are illustrated and the species is diagnosed from other asteraceous inhabiting congeners.
A report on the partial results of the regular collectings made between 1990 and 2003 on ornamental trees and shrubs in Hungary is given. The second part of the species was collected from fruit trees and shrubs, the third part on herbaceous plants. A total of 33 aphid species was found. Myzocallis (subgen. Lineomyzocallis) walshii (Monell, 1879) from Quercus rubra and Therioaphis tenera (Aizenberg, 1956) from Caragana arborescens are new species for the Hungarian fauna.
Further data are given on the aphid and psylloid fauna of Hungary. Few references were not treated in the two recent aphid and psylloid checklists of 594 and 67 species, respectively (Ripka, 2008
). Based on the literature records, data on 79 already listed aphid, 6 previously not listed and 9 listed psylloid species are presented here. New host and locality data from Hungary are given.
Author made a regular mite collectings between 1990 and 2004 on ornamental trees and shrubs, on streets, parks, green spaces of housing estates, botanical gardens and private gardens, in various localities of Hungary. During this survey a new tree-infesting
and a new
species were collected:
Rhinophytoptus szechenyiin. sp.
Epitrimerus pilisensisn. sp.
are described and illustrated from
sp., respectively. A member of the genus
is recorded for first time from the Hungarian fauna.