Female, male and nymph of Aculops mosoniensis Ripka n. sp., collected from Ailanthus altissima are described and illustrated from Hungary. Taxonomically relevant morphological details are illustrated and the species is diagnosed from other tree-of-heaven inhabiting congeners.
. - cryp; ar/ntv?; nat; acc Ageratina altissima (L.) R. M. King et H. Rob. - alien; neo; cas; del Ageratum houstonianum Mill. - alien; neo; cas; del Agrostemma githago L. - alien; ar; nat; acc *Ailanthusaltissima (Mill.) Swingle - alien; neo; tra; both
Previous overviews of plant invasion in Hungary were based on local case studies and the authors’ experience. The MÉTA survey provided an opportunity to outline a more exact picture based on the survey of the whole country. This paper summarises the basic statistics related to plant invasion: cover of invaded area estimated for the country, each geographical region and each distinguished (semi-)natural habitat category, and cover of the selected 15 alien species in each habitat category.
Gravano, E., Giulietti, V., Desotgiu, R., Bussotti, F., Grossoni, P., Gerosa, G., Tani, C. (2003) Foliar response of an
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brown leaf galls on the upper side and ochre and reddish erinea on the lower side. The round galls are of 2–4 mm diameter. Aculops mosoniensis Ripka, 2014, from tree of heaven, Ailanthusaltissima (Mill.) Swingle (Simaroubaceae), Budapest, distr. XI