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new Aceria species (Acari: Eriophyoidea) on Centaurea spp. (Asteraceae) from Turkey. Entomologica (Bari) , 36, 121–137. Kashefi J. Three new Aceria species (Acari: Eriophyoidea) on Centaurea spp. (Asteraceae) from Turkey

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. Magowski (ed.): Fauna Europaea: Acari: Acariformes . Fauna Europaea version. 2.4. http://www.faunaeur.org (accessed 29 July 2014). Denizhan , E. , Monfreda , R. , Cobanoglu , S. and de Lillo , E. ( 2006 ): Three new Aceria species (Acari

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Europaea: Acari: Acariformes. Fauna Europaea version. 2.4. http://www.faunaeur.org (accessed 29/07/2013). Denizhan , E. , Monfreda , R. , Cobanoglu , S. and de Lillo , E. ( 2006 ): Three new Aceria species (Acari: Eriophyoidea) from Turkey

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-infesting Cecidophyes, Eriophyes, Rhyncaphytoptus and Aceria species from Hungary (Acari: Prostigmata: Eriophyoidea). Acta Phytopathol. Entomol. Hung. 44, 87–100. Ripka G. New tree

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Female, male and nymph of Aceria colocense n. sp. are described and illustrated from specimens collected from Silene borysthenica in Hungary.

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Aculodes dubius (Nalepa), Aculodes mckenziei (Keifer) and Aceria tosi­chella Keifer were recorded for the first time in Hungary. Festuca praten­sis, Phleum phleoides and Bromus inermis were found as new host-plants of Aculodes dubius, althought other plant species in these generas are known to be hosts of this mite. Aceria tulipae (Keifer) was indentified on Phleum pratense and Aceria tenuis (Nalepa) on Phleum phleoides, which were also new host-plants for them.

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Female, male and nymph of Aceria squalida (Nalepa, 1892) are described and illustrated from specimens collected from Knautia arvensis in Hungary.

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Author made a regular mite collectings between 1990 and 2003 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 two new tree-infesting Cecidophyes and Eriophyes , a new Rhyncaphytoptus and Aceria species were collected: Cecidophyes siculus n. sp., Cecidophyes sanctiregisladislai n. sp., Eriophyes avaricus n. sp., Eriophyes hunniacus n. sp., Rhyncaphytoptus arpadi n. sp., and Aceria magyarica n. sp. are described and illustrated from Acer pseudoplatanus, Quercus robur and Quercus cerris, Platanus hybrida, Pinus nigra, Quercus robur , respectively.

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Aceria bambusae ChannaBasavanna, 1966 is reported from Hungary for the first time. The species was collected from the leaf sheaths of the introduced bamboo species, Phyllostachys rubromarginata McClure and Phyllostachys tianmuensis Z.P. Wang et N.X. Ma (both Poaceae) in Hungary. Morphological differences distinguishing this species from other bambusoid inhabiting congeners are discussed. In addition, new date-locality-host records for 3 eriophyoid species collected from 7 bamboo species are given.

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