HOST LISTS AND KEYS FOR EACH PLANT GENUS

(in alphabetical order)

 

 

 

 

Met-Nys

 

Metaplexis

Metasequoia

Metastelma

Metrosideros

Metroxylon

Meum

Michauxia

Michelia

Micranthes

Microcitrus

Microcos

Microdesmis

Microglossa

Microgramma

Microlepia

Micromeria

Micropsis

Microseris

Microsorum

Microstegium

Microtropis

Mikania

Milium

Millettia

Miltonidium

Mimosa

Mimulus

Mimusops

Mindium

Minuartia

Mirabilis

Miscanthus

Mitella

Mitracarpus

Mnesithea

Mnium

Modiola

Moehringia

Moghania

Mohria

Molineria

Molinia

Mollugo

Molopospermum

Molucella

Momordica

Monarda

Monardella

Mondia

Moneses

Monnina

Monochoria

Monotes

Montanoa

Montbretia

Montezuma

Montia

Moraea

Morella

Moricandia

Morina

Morinda

Moringa

Morrenia

Morus

Mosla

Mosses

Mozartia

Mucuna

Muehlenbeckia

Muehlenbergia

Mukdenia

Mukia

Mulgedium

Mulguraea

Mulinum

Mundulea

Muntingia

Murdannia

Muretia

Murraya

Musa

Muscari

Musineon

Mussaenda

Musschia

Myagrum

Mycelis

Myoporum

Myosotis

Myosoton

Myosurus

Myrcia

Myrciaria

Myriactis

Myriandra

Myrica

Myricaria

Myriocephalus

Myriophyllum

Myriopteron

Myrrhis

Myrrhoides

Myrsine

Myrtus

 

Nabalus

Najas

Nama

Nandina

Narcissus

Nardus

Nassella

Nasturtium

Nauclea

Naumbergia

Nectandra

Neea

Neillia

Nelsonia

Nelumbo

Nematanthus

Nemesia

Nemophila

Nemosenecio

Neolamarckia

Neolitsea

Neomolinia

Neonotonia

Neopallasia

Neopieris

Neosinocalamus

Neottia

Neourbania

Nepeta

Nephelium

Nephrodium

Nephrolepis

Nerium

Neslia

Neurada

Neurolaena

Neyraudia

Nicandra

Nicolaia

Nicotiana

Nidorella

Nigella

Nipa

Nipponanthemum

Nitraria

Nivellea

Noccaea

Noltea

Nonea

Nopalxochia

Nothofagus

Notholcus

Notobasis

Notonia

Notoniopsis

Nummularia

Nuphar

Nuttallanthus

Nuxia

Nymphaea

Nymphoides

Nypa

Nyssa

 

Metaplexis Apocynaceae

Metaplexis japonica Aphis [glycines], nerii

M. stauntoni [Aphis sp. (Davletshina 1964)]

 

Metasequoia Taxodiaceae

Metasequoia glyptostroboides Illinoia morrisoni
 

Metastelma Apocynaceae

Metastelma anegadense Aphis nerii

 

Metrosideros Myrtaceae

Metrosideros excelsa Aphis gossypii; Myzus ornatus

M. lucida = M. umbellata

M. umbellata [Aphis sp. (Leonard, 1972)]; Greenidea psidii;

Myzus persicae

 

- SIPH with numerous long hairs .....Greenidea psidii

- SIPH without hairs .....go to key to polyphagous aphids



Metroxylon Arecaceae

Metroxylon sagu Cerataphis brasiliensis

(for a key to palm aphids see under Calamus)

 

Meum Apiaceae

Meum athamanticum Aphis fabae ; Brachycaudus helichrysi;

Cavariella aegopodii, konoi, theobaldi; Myzus ornatus

Key to apterae on Meum:-

- ABD TERG 8 with a backwardly-directed finger-like process above cauda

..Cavariella spp.; use couplets 2-14 of key to apterae on Angelica

- No supracaudal process ..go to key to polyphagous aphids

 

Michauxia Campanulaceae

Michauxia campanuloides Aphis solanella

M. laevigata [Uroleucon sp.]

 

Michelia Magnoliaceae

Michelia alba Formosaphis micheliae

M. champaca (= Magnolia champaca)

M. compressa (= Magnolia compressa)

Michelia (or Magnolia?) sp(p).  [Aiceona titabarensis];

Aphis aurantii, fabae, gossypii, nasturtii, spiraecola;

Myzus persicae; [Prociphilus osmanthae];
Sinomegoura citricola

Use key to aphids on Magnolia.

 

 

Micranthes Saxifragaceae

Micranthes careyana Aulacorthum solani; Nasonovia carolinensis

Use key to apterae on Saxifraga.

 

Microcitrus Rutaceae

Microcitrus australis Aphis gossypii; Myzus persicae

Use key to polyphagous aphids.

 

Microcos Tiliaceae

Microcos paniculata Cervaphis schouteniae

 

 

Microdesmis Pandaceae

Microdesmis caseariifolia Greenidea sp. 1 of Q. Liu et al. (2013)

 

 

Microglossa Compositae

Microglossa pyrifolia Aphis gossypii; Aulacorthum solani

Use key to polyphagous aphids.

 

Microgramma Polypodiaceae

Microgramma lycopodioides Idiopterus nephrelepidis

M. piloselloides Idiopterus nephrelepidis

(or try key to fern-feeding aphids under Polypodium)

 

Microlepia Dennstaedtiaceae

Microlepia marginata Macromyzus woodwardiae

M. platyphylla Idiopterus nephrelepidis

M. speluncae var. pyramidata Idiopterus nephrelepidis

Use key to apterae on ferns under Polypodium.

 

Micromeria (including Satureja) Lamiaceae

Micromeria graeca [Aphis sp.(p) (Cocuzza et al. 2014)]

M. graeca ssp. consentina Aphis serpylli

M. varia Aphis brunellae (?)

Key to apterae on Micromeria:-

[Both the species named are small aphids (BL 1.0-1.6 mm) of the taxonomically difficult A. frangulae group normally associated with species in other genera of Lamiaceae. It is possible that the records from Micromeria are of (an)other undescribed species.]

- Cauda pale. Total rostrum length (from base of protractor apodeme) 0.32-0.41 mm. ANT PT/BASE 2.0-3.2. SIPH 0.9-1.9 cauda ..Aphis brunellae

- Cauda dark. Total rostrum length 0.24-0.33 mm. ANT PT/BASE 1.4-2.5.

SIPH 0.5-1.3 cauda ..Aphis serpylli

 

Micropsis Compositae

Micropsis discolor (?) Sinomegoura citricola (Raychaudhuri 1984: 103)

 

Microseris Compositae

Microseris autumnalis (?) Uroleucon picridis

(= Leontodon autumnalis?)

 

Microsorum Polypodiaceae

Microsorum sp. Micromyzus katoi

 

Microstegium (including Psilopogon) Poaceae

Microstegium ciliatum Baizongia pistaciae; Ceratovacuna panici

M. crispulum (?) Rhopalosiphum rufiabdominale

M. nudum [Ceratovacuna sp. B of Takahashi 1958 (= lanigerum?)]

M. vimineum [Astegopteryx styracophila]; Brachysiphoniella montana;

Ceratovacuna nekoashi group; Kaochiaoja arthraxonis;

Sitobion akebiae, kamtshaticum, [rosaeiformis]

Use keys to apterae of grass-feeding aphids under Digitaria.

 

Microtropis Celastraceae

Microtropis discolor Sinomegoura citricola

 

Mikania Compositae

Mikania alba Aphis aurantii, spiraecola

M. cordata Aphis spiraecola

M. cordifolia