Tinocallis platani

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Tinocallis platani
Scientific classification
T. platani
Binomial name
Tinocallis platani
(Kaltenbach, 1843) [1]
  • Tinocallis (Eotinocallis) platani
  • Aphis platanicola (Walker, 1848)
  • Callipterus elegans (Koch, C.l., 1855)
  • Callipterus platani (Kaltenbach, 1843)
  • Lachnus platani (Kaltenbach, 1843)
  • Myzocallis pulchellus (Glendenning, 1929)
  • Tinocallis pulchellus (Glendenning, 1929)

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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  1. Monographie der Familien der Pflanzenläuse (Phytophthires). JH Kaltenbach, 1843