Andricus longipennis

Family: Cynipidae | Genus: Andricus
Detachable: integral
Color: brown, gray, green
Texture: stiff, hairless
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Shape:
Season: Summer, Fall
Related:
Alignment: integral
Walls: thick
Location: stem
Form: abrupt swelling, stem club
Cells: monothalamous
Possible Range:i
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Notes
Eumayria longipennis
Neuroterus longipennis
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On The Cynipidous Galls of Florida

Neuroterus longipennis n. sp.

Quercus laurifolia

Swellings surrounding the base of new shoots or twigs; hard, woody, structure. Small size.

Galls. — Small, oblong, irregular, woody swellings, surrounding the base of new shoots, from .35 to .40 of an inch in length, by from .14 to .16 inch in diameter.

Described from eight specimens bred May, 1886.

- William Ashmead: (1887) On The Cynipidous Galls of Florida©

Reference: https://www.biodiversitylibrary.org/item/32293#page/150/mode/1up


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