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21 March 2019 First Record of Epichrysocharis burwelli from Mexico, a New Invasive Gall Wasp Attacking Corymbia (Myrtaceae)
Juli Pujade-Villar, Sara G. Díaz-Ramos, Antonio Rodríguez-Rivas, Víctor D. Cibrián-Llanderal, Dick Askew
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The eulofid Epichrysocharis burwelli Schauff was reported for the first time in Mexico. The species causes economic and aesthetic damage by producing small galls on leaves of Corymbia citriodora (Hook.) K.D. Hill & L.A.S. Johnson. E. burwelli, presumed to be of Australasian origin, is mentioned only in the United States, Brazil, and Portugal.

Juli Pujade-Villar, Sara G. Díaz-Ramos, Antonio Rodríguez-Rivas, Víctor D. Cibrián-Llanderal, and Dick Askew "First Record of Epichrysocharis burwelli from Mexico, a New Invasive Gall Wasp Attacking Corymbia (Myrtaceae)," Southwestern Entomologist 44(1), 323-325, (21 March 2019). https://doi.org/10.3958/059.044.0135
Published: 21 March 2019
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