Trioza fletcheri

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Trioza fletcheri
Scientific classification
T. fletcheri
Binomial name
Trioza fletcheri
Crawford, 1912

Trioza fletcheri minor

Trioza fletcheri is a sap-sucking bug species in the genus Trioza from the Punjab Province of Pakistan. [1]

This species is a host for the parasitoid wasp Aprostocetus niger.

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  1. First Record, Distribution and Morphology of Psyllid, Trioza fletcheri minor Crawford, 1912 From Punjab Province of Pakistan. Imran Bodlah, Muhammad Adnan Bodlah, Muhammad Naeem, Tasleem Akhter, Muhammad Farooq Nasir and Muhammad Tariq Chaudhry, Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 2012, volume 44, issue 5, pages 1361-1365 (link)