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Pineus strobi (Hartig, 1937) - (pine bark adelgid)
This adelgid is widely distributed in North America, it has been also reported from Europe and South America. It infests the trunks of pine trees like Pinus strobi which become whitish due to the dense wax filaments of the females. Nursery trees can suffer heavy damage after infestations, showing chlorosis, stunting and sometimes tree death.
|• English:||pine bark adelgid|
|• Français:||puceron de l'écorce du pin|