Pineus similis

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Author(s): E. Bradford Walker, Vermont Department of Forests, Parks and Recreation
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Pineus similis (Gillette, 1907) - (ragged spruce gall adelgid)

This adelgid is native to North America but has been also recorded from the U.K. It forms galls on spruce trees and has been only reported on spruce. A secondary host is unknown.

Vernacular names
• English: ragged spruce gall adelgid
• Français: puceron à galle allongée de l'épinette