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- Roehrdanz, Richard L., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Annals of the entomological society of america 2012 v.105 no.6 pp. 917
- Hemiptera; Lygus lineolaris; cytochrome-c oxidase; genes; geography; haplotypes; host plants; insect pests; mitochondrial DNA; phylogeny; population structure; species diversity; North America
- ... The tarnished plant bug, Lygus lineolaris (Palisot de Beauvois), is a highly polyphagous insect pest. It is the most widely distributed Lygus species in North America, and it is the most prevalent member of the genus Lygus in the eastern half of the continent. We sampled multiple populations of L. lineolaris from three disparate regions of North America, and used parts of the mitochondrial genes c ...
- Roehrdanz, Richard L., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Annals of the Entomological Society of America 2015 v.108 no.2 pp. 211-214
- DNA; Hemiptera; Lygus elisus; Lygus hesperus; Lygus lineolaris; genes; genetic polymorphism; hybrids; insect pests; morphospecies; nucleotide sequences; polyphyly; ribosomal RNA
- ... A segment of the nuclear 28S rRNA gene was compared among six species of Lygus [Lygus hesperus (Knight), Lygus keltoni (Schwartz), Lygus borealis (Kelton), Lygus elisus (Van Duzee), Lygus lineolaris (Palisot de Beauvois), and Lygus vanduzeei (Knight)]. The DNA sequences were separate into three main groups. The LL group contains L. lineolaris and L. vanduzeei. Group LBLE is composed of L. elisus a ...