The Leafhopper Vectors of Phytopathogenic Viruses (Homoptera, Cicadellidae): Taxonomy, Biology, and Virus Transmission
U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1968 - Insects as carriers of plant diseases - 386 pages
History of transmission of leafhopper-borne viruses; Taxonomic considerations; Leafhopper vectors and phytopathogenic viruses; Virus-vector relationships; Geographical distribution; Preservation and disposition of vector specimens; Classification and treatment of vector species.
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Aceratagallia adults aedeagal shaft aedeagus in lateral Agallia alfalfa Amer apex Aphrodes apically aspect simple aspect with caudal aster yellows virus BEET LEAFHOPPER Biology.—The biology caudal margin celery CICADELLIDAE Cicadulina Cicadulina mbila Colladonus Common Name.—A suggested Comparative Note.—This species curly top Dalbulus DeLong and Severin dorsal aspect Draeculacephala Duzee elytra female seventh sternum Frazier Freitag genitalia genus gonopore Heinze HEMIPTERA holotype HOMOPTERA ibid important vector Insects Insects in Relation Jassus Jour Kohler and Klinkowski lateral aspect Length of male Male pygofer Maramorosch Name.—A suggested common Nielson Oman paraphyses peach phyllody Phytopathogene Viren Phytopathology Pierce's disease Plant Diseases Plant Virus Proc pronotum Pygofer in lateral Relation to Plant Remarks.—This species reported Ribaut right style Scaphytopius specimens spine sternum in ventral style in dorsal sugarbeet suggested common name Texananus transmission U.S. Agr Ubertrager vector vector species ventral aspect Virus Transmission.—This species viruses yellow dwarf Yes Yes Yes