Brush Box Psyllid - Ctenarytaina longicauda |

On Lophostemon confertus. Long Beach
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Brush Box Psyllid (Ctenarytaina longicauda)

Arthropoda > Insecta > Hemiptera > Sternorrhyncha > Psylloidea > Aphalaridae

Native to Australia and introduced into California, first detected in the state in 1983. The host plant is Brush Box Lophostemon confertus.

1. Taylor, K.L. 1987. Ctenarytaina longicauda sp. n. (Homoptera: Psylloidea) from Lophostemon confertus (R. Brown) in Australia and California. Australian Journal of Entomology Volume 26, Issue 3, pages 229-233

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