|Genus:|| Tinocallis |
Tinocallis is a genus of aphids in the subfamily Calaphidinae.
Ulmus laevisPall., variously known as the European white elm, fluttering elm, spreading elm, stately elm and, in the United States, the Russian elm, is a large deciduous tree native to Europe, from France northeast to southern Finland, east beyond the Urals into Kyrgyzstan and Kazakhstan, and southeast to Bulgaria and the Crimea; there are also disjunct populations in the Caucasus and Spain, the latter now considered a relict population rather than an introduction by man, and possibly the origin of the European population. U. laevis is rare in the UK, although its random distribution, together with the absence of any record of its introduction, has led at least one British authority to consider it native. NB: The epithet 'white' elm commonly used by British foresters alluded to the timber of the wych elm.
C. elegans most commonly refers to the model round worm Caenorhabditis elegans. It may also refer to any of the species below. They are listed, first in taxonomic order and, second, alphabetically.
Calaphidinae is a subfamily of aphids in the family Aphididae. There are more than 60 genera and 360 described species in Calaphidinae.
The Crapemyrtle Aphid,, also known as Sarucallis (Tinocallis) kahawaluokalani, is an aphid in the superfamily Aphidoidea in the order Hemiptera. It is a true bug and sucks sap from plants. It is most invasive aphids known from Crape myrtle. They were first discovered from Hawaii.
Callipterus is a genus of aphids in the family Aphididae.
Tinocallis platani is a species of aphids in the subfamily Calaphidinae. It has a nearctic distribution and is found in Europe and North America.
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