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Catalogo de los Pyrrhocoroidea (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) de la Argentina.

Catalogue of the Pyrrhocoroidea (Hemiptera: Heteroptera) from Argentina

INTRODUCTION

The superfamily Pyrrhocoroidea, infraorder Pentatomomorpha, includes two families: Largidae and Pyrrhocoridae. Both families are present in all biogeographical regions of the world, although they are more diverse and abundant in tropical and subtropical areas. Most Pyrrhocoroidea are phytofagous, feeding on reproductive parts of plants; and they live on the ground or on bushes.

Dellape & Melo (in press) dealt with diverse aspects about the knowledge of the superfamily in Argentina, e.g. cytogenetic, phylogenetic, and agro-economic importance, including a summary on morphology, biology, and taxonomic history, a diagnosis of all the genera and a key to the species recorded from Argentina.

In this contribution, we present a catalogue for the five genera and 12 species of Largidae, and the 10 species of the only Neotropical genus of Pyrrhocoridae, Dysdercus (Guerin-Meneville), recorded from Argentina. For each species, we include all the bibliographic references with the locality data and host plants, summarized in table I, and new records from material studied from the Museo de la Plata collection (MLP); also the type species of each genus is mentioned. Acronyms used for Argentinean provinces are (Fig. 1): Buenos Aires (Bs.As.), Catamarca (Cm.), Chaco (Cha.), Chubut (Chu.), Cordoba (Cba.), Corrientes (Cs.), Entre Rios (E.R.), Formosa (Fo.), Jujuy (Ju.), La Pampa (L.P.), La Rioja (L.R.), Misiones (Mnes.), Mendoza (Mza.), Neuquen (Nq.), Rio Negro (R.N.), Salta (Sal.), Santa Cruz (S.C.), Santiago del Estero (S.E.), Santa Fe (S.F.), San Juan (S.J.), San Luis (S.L.), Tierra del Fuego (T.F.), and Tucuman (Tuc.).

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A table (Table II) with the host plants' scientific and vernacular names, arranged in families is included; it was elaborated following Parodi & Dimitri (1988), Zuloaga et al. (2008), and the web page http://www. tropicos.org. We present distributional maps, most coordinates were determined through the use of gazetteers, although some localities were georeferenced with Google Earth. When only provincial data was available, a point in the centre of the province was included in the map. Maps were produced using ArcMap 10 geographic information system software.

RESULTS

Family Largidae Subfamily Larginae Tribe Largini

Largus Hahn, 1831

(Figs. 2, 3)

Type species: Cimexhumilis Drury, 1782. By monotypy.

Largus balteatus Stal, 1870

(Fig. 2)

Largus balteatus: Dellape et al., 2010: 60 [Fo.: Rio Pilcomayo, 50 km W Clorinda; Puerto Pilcomayo, Garcete-Cue; Clorinda]

Known distribution: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, and Peru (Hussey, 1929; Dellape et al., 2010).

Largus fasciatus Blanchard, 1843

(Fig. 3)

Largus fasciatus Blanchard, 1843: 220 [Cs.] Largus fasciatus: Berg, 1878: 263-264 [Cs., E.R.: Concordia]

Largus fasciatus: Lethierry & Severin, 1894, 2: 238 [Cs., San Sago d'Estrella (sic, it probably refers to Santiago del Estero province)]

Largus fasciatus: Torre Bueno & Thomas, 1915: 159 [Cha., Cs., E.R., S.E.: Rio Salado]

Euryophthalmus fasciatus: Pennington, 1921: 20 [Litoral, centre, Andean]

Euryophthalmus fasciatus: Hussey, 1929: 16 [Argentina]

Euryophthalamus(sic) fasciatus: Bosq, 1937: 119 [Bs. As., Cba.: Los Cisnes. Cs., E.R., S.F., S.E.] [Host plant: "peaches"]

Euryophthalmus fasciatus: Hayward, 1942: 35 [Tuc.] [Host plant: "peaches"]

Euryophthalmus fasciatus: Hayward, 1960: 33 [Tuc.] [Host plant: "peaches"]

Largus fasciatus: Quintanilla et al., 1967-1968: 34 [E.R.: Colon; Diamante; La Paz; Parana; Tala] [Host plants: "alfalfa", "cotton", "morning glory", "cardoon", "sunflower", "wild fennel", "pumpkin"]

Euryophthalmus fasciatus: Viana & Williner, 1972: 27 [Cba.: Carlos Paz, Rio San Jose; El Sauce]

Largus fasciatus: Quintanilla et al., 1975-1976: 127 [Cs.: Esquina] [Host plants: "eggplant"]

Largus fasciatus: Viana & Williner, 1978: 76 [Cba.: C. Paz; Villa Gral. Belgrano. S.L.: Carolina]

Largus fasciatus: Quintanilla et al., 1981: 155 [Mnes.: Alem; San Martin; Montecarlo; San Javier] [Host plants: "sweet potato", "corn", "cassava", "yerba mate"]

Largus fasciatus: Di lorio, 2004a: 247 [Cba., Cs., E.R., Mnes., S.E.] [Host plants: Cucurbita maxima Duch., Cynara cardunculus L., Flaveria bidentis (L.) O. Kuntze, Phoeniculum vulgare Mill. var. capillaceum Gilib., Gossypium hirsutum L., Helianthus annus L., Ilexparaguayensis St. Hil, Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam., Ipomoea cairica (L.) Sweet, Manihot esculenta Crantz, Medicago sativa L., Prunus persica (L.) Batsch., Salpichroa origanifolia (Lam.) Tell., Senecio grisebachii Bak., Solanum melongena L., Zea mays L.]

Known distribution: Argentina and Brazil (Hussey, 1929).

Material examined: Buenos Aires: 1 female, Bosq col.; 1 male, Baradero, [-33.7966, -59.5208], F. Lynch col., Berg coll.; 1 male, 5 females, SalinasChicas, [-38.7500,-62.8833], 09/III/2008, Dellape, P. col.; 1 female, Villarino, Chasico, [-38.6666, -63.0166], II[19]67, Contreras col.; Catamarca: 4 males, 2 females, Catamarca; 1 female, 6-II-1897, Bruch col.; Chaco: 1 male, Roque Saenz Pena, [-26.7833, -60.4500], XII-[19]39, Bosq col.; 5 males, 4 females, same locality, III-[19]40, Denier col.; 1 male, 1 female, same locality, VII-[19]39, Baez col., Denier coll.; 1 female, Resistencia, [-27.4500, -58.9833], III-[19]36, Denier coll.; Cordoba: 1 female, Berg coll.; 1 female, Cabana, [-31.2166, -64.3666], 19/I/1926; 1 male, same locality, 30/XII/1926; 1 male, Bell Ville, [-32.6166, -62.7000], 24/I/1937, Biraben col.; 1 male, Alta Gracia, La Granja, [-31.0166, -64.2666], I-[19]38, Bruch col.; La Rioja: 3 females, La Rioja, Hunter col., Denier coll.; 1 female, Chilecito, [-29.1666, -67.5000]; Salta: 1 female, Guemes, [-24.6666, -65.0500], IV-[19]05, Martinez & Bezzi col.; 3 male, 2 females, Cachi, [-25.1000, -66.1833], 17/I/2009, F. Brusa col.; San Luis: 1 male, Suyuque, [-33.1500, -66.3000], XII-[19]33, Vignati col.; 1 male, sierra de San Luis, [-32.6666, -65.8333], II-[19]33, Vignati col.; Santa Fe: 2 males, Coronda, [-31.9666,60.9166], 21/XI/1939, Biraben & Bezzi col.; 1 female, Coronda, [-31.9666, -60.9166], 21/XI/1939, Biraben & Bezzi col.; 1 male, Rafaela, [-31.2666, -61.4833], 02/XI/1932, Denier coll.; Santiago del Estero: 3 females, Santiago del Estero, Wagner col.; 5 females, Rio Salado, [-27.3826, -63.5165], Wagner col., Bosq coll.; Tucuman: 1 female, Tucuman, Xi-1899, Bruch col.

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Largus humilis (Drury, 1782) (Fig. 2)

Largus humilis: Berg, 1878: 263 [Mnes.] Euryophthalmus humilis: Hussey, 1929: 16 [Argentina]

Euryophthalmus humilis: Pennington, 1920: 20 [Bs. As., Mnes.]

Euryophthalamus (sic) humilis: Bosq, 1937: 120 [Bs. As., Cs., Mnes.: Eldorado. S.E.] [Host plant: Ipomoea batatas (L.)]

Euryophthalmus humilis: Bosq, 1940: 406 [Mnes.] [Host plant: Senecio sp.]

Largus humilis. Quintanilla et al., 1981: 155 [Mnes.: Belgrano; Montecarlo][Host plants: "citros", "yua"]

Largus humilis: Di lorio, 2004a: 248 [Mnes., Tuc.] [Host plants: Citrus sp., Flaveria bidentis (L.) O. Kuntze, Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam., Senecio sp., Solanum paniculatum L.]

Known distribution: Argentina, Brazil, and Paraguay (Hussey, 1929).

Largus nigrinervis Schmidt, 1931 (Fig. 2)

Largus nigrinervis Schmidt, 1931: 18-19 [Sal.]

Known distribution: Argentina (Schmidt, 1931).

Largus priscillae Hussey, 1927 (Fig. 2)

Largus humilis: Torre Bueno & Thomas, 1915: 159 [S.E.]

Euryophthalmus priscillae Hussey, 1927: 227 [S.E.: Rio Salado]

Euryophthalmus priscillae: Hussey, 1929: 18 [S.E.]

Known distribution: Argentina (Hussey, 1929).

Material examined: Chaco: 1 female, Resistencia, [-27.4500, -58.9833], 02/ XII/1939, Biraben & Bezzi cols.; 1 female, same locality, 11/III/1939, Denier coll.; Formosa: 1 female, Isla de Oro, [-25.8167, -58.0667], 18/VII/1938, Denier col.; Salta: 1 female, Salta; Santiago del Estero: 2 females, Rio Salado, [-27.3826, -63.5165], Wagner col.; Tucuman: 1 male, Tucuman, XI-1891, C. Bruch col.

Largus rufipennis Laporte, 1833 (Fig. 3)

Largus rufipennis: Berg, 1878: 264 [provinces of west, north and east from Argentina, Bs.As.]

Largus rufipennis: Lethierry & Severin, 1894, 2: 239 [Bs. As.]

Largus rufipennis: Torre Bueno & Thomas, 1915: 159 [S.E.]

Euryophthalmus rufipennis: Hussey, 1929: 18 [Argentina]

Euryophthalmus rufipennis: Pennington, 1920: 20 [Litoral, centre, Andean, north] Largus rufipennis. Schmidth, 1931: 21 [Bs. As., Mza., Sal.]

Euryophthalamus (sic) rufipennis: Bosq, 1937: 120 [Cba., Cs., L.R., Mnes., R.N., Sal.] [Host plants: Nicotiana tabacum L.] Euryophthalmus rufipennis: Hayward, 1942: 35 [Tuc.] [Host plants: Solanaceae, "potato", "tobacco"]

Euryophthalmus rufipennis: Hayward, 1960: 33 [Tuc.] [Host plants: Solanaceae, "potato", "tobacco"]

Largus rufipennis: Quintanilla et al., 1967-1968: 34 [E.R.: La Paz; Parana; Tala] [Host plants: "espinillo", "sunflower", "sweet orange", "carrot"]

Euryophthalmus rufipennis: Viana & Williner, 1972: 27 [Cba.: Carlos Paz; San Clemente; Yacanto; Villa Gral. Belgrano]

Largus rufipennis: Quintanilla et al., 1975-1976: 127 [Cs.: Concepcion; Gral. Alvear; Paso de Los Libres; San Cosme; San Luis del Palmar; San Martin; Santo Tome] [Host plants: "chard","flower of souls","tomato", Poaceae and wild Solanaceae]

Largus rufipennis: Viana & Williner, 1978: 76 [Cba.: Carlos Paz; Villa Gral. Belgrano; Yacanto]

Largus rufipennis: Quintanilla et al., 1981: 155 [Mnes.: Apostoles; Cainguas; Posadas; Obera; San Ignacio] [Host plants: "chard", "coffeeweed", "succory", "blue sailors", "radicchio", "garlic", "lettuce", "cassava", "common bean", "flower of souls", "yerba mate"]

Largus rufipennis: Mola & Papeschi, 1993: 33 [Cs.: Santo Tome]

Largus rufipennis: Bressa et al., 1998: 253254 [Bs. As.: Tornquist; Capital Federal, Costanera Norte. Mnes.: Itaembe]

Largus rufipennis: Coscaron et al., 2004: 123 [Cs.: Galarza]

Largus rufipennis: Di lorio, 2004a, 247: [Cs., E.R., Mnes.] [Host plants: Acacia cavens (Mol.) Mol., Allium sativum L., Beta vulgaris L. var. cycla., Cichorium intybus L., Citrus sinesis (L.) Osbeck, Daucus carota L., Helianthus annus L., Ilex paraguayensis St. Hil, Lactuca sativa L., Lantana megapotamica (Spreng.) Tronc., Lycopersicum esculentum Miller, Manihot esculenta Crantz, Muehlenbeckia sagittifolia (Ort.) Meisner, Nicotiana tabacum L., Phaseolus vulgaris L., Senecio brasiliensis (Spreng.) Less., Senecio grisebachii Bak., Solanum tuberosum L., Sphaeralcea bonariensis (Cav.) Griceb.] Largus rufipennis: Bressa et al., 2005: 308 [Bs. As.: Parque Provincial Tornquist]

Largus rufipennis: Marrero et al., 2008: 31 [Bs. As.: Cerro Cura Malal]

Largus rufipennis: Nanni et al., 2011: 35 [Bs. As.: Campana, INTA Delta del Parana] Largus rufipennis'. Carpintero & De Biase, 2011: 42 [Bs. As.: Isla Martin Garcia]

Known distribution: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Paraguay, Puerto Rico? (doubtful record), and Uruguay (Hussey, 1929; Schmidt, 1931).

Material studied: Buenos Aires: 2 males, 1 female, Sierra Cura Malal, -[-37.7333, -62.2666], 05/IV/1926; 9 males, 12 females, Monte Hermoso, [-38.9833, -61.3000], 28/ II/1957, Torres & Ronderos cols.; 1 female, Jose C. Paz, [-34.5000, -58.7500], Uragli col.; 1 female, Bahia Blanca, [-38.7166, -62.2833]; Catamarca: 2 males, 1 female, Andalgala, [-27.6000, -66.3166], 03/ III/1939, Biraben & Scott cols.; Chaco: 2 males, 1 female, Resistencia, [-27.4500, -58.9833], 01/XI/1935, Denier col.; 8 males, 5 females, Col. Basail, [-27.8666, -59.3000], 28/I/1939, Biraben & Bezzi cols.; 1 male, 3 females, Presidente de La Plaza, [-27.0166, -59.8500], 07/I/1939, Biraben & Bezzi cols.; Cordoba: 1 male, 1 female, Yacanto, [-32.0500, -65.0500], 01/III/1958, Bosq col.; 1 male, 4 females, Cabana, [-31.2166, -64.3666], 12/III/1937, Biraben col.; 4 males, 8 females, Villa Dolores, [-31.9333, -65.2000], 16/II/1940, Biraben col.; 2 males, 1 female, Tanti, [-31.3333, -64.6000]; Corrientes: 1 female, Goya, [-29.1333, -59.2666], Bosq coll.; 1 male, Santo Tome, [-28.5500, -56.0500], 01/X/1925, Bosq coll.; Entre Rios: 1 female, Palmar, [-31.9833, -58.3000], 02/XII/1941, Biraben & Bezzi cols.; 1 male, same data, Biraben col.; Formosa: 1 female, Isla de Oro, [-25.8167, -58.0667], 09/XII/1936, Denier col.; 1 male, Garcete Cue, Puerto Pilcomayo, [-24.8333, -59.2666], 01/XII/1940, Denier col.; Jujuy: 1 male, 1 female, Yala, [-24.1166, -65.3833], 12/III/1939, Biraben & Scott cols.; 5 males, 5 females, Jujuy, 30/VI/1906, Bruch col.; 1 male, San Lorenzo, [-37.0666, -64.2666], 04/XI/1912; La Pampa: 1 [-36.6666, -64.3500], 01/XII/1959; La Rioja: 5 males, 5 females, Famatina, [-28.9166, -67.5166], 22/II/1959, Torres & Gardella cols.; Misiones: 1 female, INTA San Antonio, [-26.0474, -53.7685], 17/ V/2009, L. Negrete col.; 1 male, 3 females, Leandro N. Alem, [-27.6000, -55.3166], 01/ VII/1937, Denier col.; 1 male, 2 females, Loreto, [-27.3166, -55.5333], 01/V/1936, Bosq col.; 2 males, San Ignacio, [-27.2666, -55.5333], 30/XI/1929; 4 males, 2 females, same locality, 15/XI/1939; 1 female, same locality, 11/XII/1929; 2 males, same locality, 07/I/1929; 1 male, 2 females, 25/X/1929; 3 females, same locality, 08/XII/1941, Biraben & Bezzi cols.; 1 male, Apostoles, [-27.9166, -55.7666], 18/XI/1944, Biraben col.; 1 male, 3 females, Iguazu, [-25.5666, -54.5666], 01/ XI/1944, Biraben col.; Rio Negro: 1 male, 1 female, Rio Colorado, [-39.0166, -64.0833], 01/XII/1930, Bosq col.; Salta: 3 males, Salta, Bosq coll.; 1 male, Rosario de la Frontera, [-25.8000, -64.9666], 01/I/1944, Martinez & Bezzi col.; 1 male, C. Quijano, [-24.9166, -65.6500], 14/I/1936, E. Langmann col.; 5 males, 2 females, San Lorenzo, [-26.1000, -64.6833], 24/XII/1939, Denier col.; Santa Fe: 2 females, Candioti, [-31.4000, -60.7500], 21/XI/1939, Biraben & Bezzi cols.; 1 male 1 female, Vera, [-29.4666, -60.2166], 24/ XI/1939, Biraben & Bezzi cols.; Tucuman: 1 male, 1 female, Yerba Buena, [-26.8166,65.3166], 20/VI/1945, Maldonado col.; 1 male, Tucuman, Bruch col.; 1 female, La Cocha, [-27.7833, -65.5666], 20/III/1939, Biraben & Scott cols.; 2 males, 1 female, Las Criollas, [-26.4166, -65.5333], 03/VI/1913; 2 males, 3 females, Tucuman; 1 male, Gonzalo, [-26.3833, -65.5166], 31/V/1913.

Largus trochanterus Signoret, 1862

(Fig. 2)

Largus trochanterus: Dellape et al., 2010: 60-61 [Ju. Mnes.: INTA San Antonio; Loreto. Sal.: Oran, Aguas Blancas]

Known distribution: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Guyana, Peru, Suriname, and West Indies (Distant, 1901; Hussey, 1929; Schmidt, 1931; Doesburg, 1966; Dellape et al, 2010).

Material examined: Misiones: 1 male, INTA San Antonio, [-26.0474, -53.7685], 17/ V/2009, L. Negrete col.

Acinocoris Hahn, 1834

Type species: Acinocoris callidus Hahn, 1834. By monotypy.

Acinocoris lunaris (Gmelin, 1790)

(Fig. 4)

Largus lunatus: Berg, 1978: 262 [Mnes.] Euryophthalmus lunaris: Pennington, 1920: 20 [Mnes.]

Acinocoris lunaris: Hussey, 1929: 12 [Argentina]

Acinocoris lunaris: Quintanilla et al., 19751976: 127 [Cs.: Esquina; Goya] [Host plants: "cotton", "citros", "jacaranda", "lettuce"] Acinocoris lunaris: Di Iorio, 2004a: 275 [Cs.] [Host plants: Citrus sp., Gossypium hirsutum L., Jacaranda mimosifolia D. Don and Lactuca sativa L.]

Known distribution: Argentina, Antilles, Brazil, French Guiana, Mexico, Peru, Suriname, and USA (California) (Hussey, 1929; Stal, 1870).

Acinocoris podalicus Brailovsky, 1989 (Fig. 4)

Acinocoris podalicus Brailovsky, 1989: 78 [Fo.: Formosa]

Known distribution: Argentina (Brailovsky, 1989).

Rosaphe Kirkaldy & Edwards, 1902

Type species: Astemma cornuta Lepeletier & Serville, 1825. By monotypy.

Rosaphe sanmartini (Coscaron & Dellape, 2006)

(Fig. 4)

Astemma sanmartini Coscaron & Dellape, 2006: 99 [Cs.: Colonia C. Pellegrini]

Known distribution: Argentina (Coscaron & Dellape, 2006).

Theraneis Spinola, 1837

Type species: Theraneis vittata Spinola, 1837. By monotypy.

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Theraneis vittata Spinola, 1837 (Fig. 4)

Theraneis vittata Spinola 1837: Dellape & Melo, 2012: 237- 238 [Mnes.: Mocona]

Known distribution: Argentina and Brazil (Hussey, 1929; Dellape & Melo, 2012).

Tribe Araphini

Thaumastaneis Kirkaldy & Edwards, 1902

Type species: Thaumastaneis montandoni Kirkaldy & Edwards, 1902. By monotypy.

Thaumastaneis montandoni Kirkaldy & Edwards, 1902 (Fig. 4)

Thaumastaneis montandoni: Carpintero et al., 2006: 14 [Cs.: Ituzaingo, Reserva Santa Maria]

Thaumastaneis montandoni: Dellape & Melo, 2007: 24 [Cs.: Ituzaingo]

Known distribution: Argentina and Brazil (Hussey, 1929; Carpintero et al., 2006).

Family Pyrrhocoridae

Dysdercus Guerin-Meneville, 1831

Type species: Dysdercus peruvianus GuerinMeneville, 1831. By monotypy.

Dysdercus albofasciatus Berg, 1878 (Fig. 5)

Dysdercus ruficollis Berg, 1878: 266 [Mnes.: Corpus]

Dysdercus albofasciatus: Pennington, 1920: 20 [Norte]

Dysdercus(Dysdercus) albofasciatus. Hussey, 1929: 84 [Mnes.]

Dysdercus albofasciatus: Bosq, 1937: 119 [Bs. As.: Tigre; Pereyra. Cha. Cs.: Parana islands, Mnes.] [Host plants: Gossypium ("cotton"), Pavonia]

Dysdercus albofasciatus. Costa Lima et al., 1962: 29-30 [Mnes.]

Dysdercus albofasciatus. Quintanilla et al., 1967-1968: 34 [E.R.: Concordia] [Host plants: "sweet orange"]

Dysdercus albofasciatus. Doesburg, 1968: 151-155 [Bs. As.: Anchorena; Isla Martin Garcia; Punta Lara; San Isidro; Olivos; Ituzaingo; Tigre. Cha.: Fontana. Cs.: San Carlos; Santo Tome. E.R.: Concordia. Mnes.: Loreto; Puerto Bemberg; Alto Parana, Puerto Aguirre; Concepcion, Santa Maria] Dysdercus albofasciatus. Quintanilla et al., 1981: 155 [Mnes.: San Ignacio] [Host plants: wild plants near "cassava"]

Dysdercus albofasciatus Stadler et al., 1987: 145-146 [Bs. As.: Baradero; Magdalena; Ituzaingo, Castelar; La Plata, Punta Lara; San Isidro, Olivos; Tigre; Isla Martin Garcia. Cs.: Concepcion; Santo Tome; Loreto. E.R.: Palmar; Concordia. Mnes.: Puerto Iguazu; San Carlos. Tuc.: Santa Maria] [Host plants: Gossypium sp., Pavonia malvacea, Sida sp., Ceitis sp., Ripsalis sp., Phytolacca dioica] Dysdercus albofasciatus. Bressa et al., 1999: 504 [Bs. As.: Isla Martin Garcia. E.R.: Parque Nacional El Palmar; Gualeguaychu. Mnes.: Parque Nacional Iguazu]

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Dysdercus albofasciatus: Di Iorio, 2004b: 275 [Bs. As., Cha., E.R., Mnes.] [Host plants: Citrus cinensis (L.) Osbeck,

Gossypium hirsutum L., Lygustrum cinensis Lour., Pavonia malvacea (Vell.) Krapov. Et Cristobal, Tilia sp.]

Dysdercus albofasciatus. Carpintero & De Biase, 2011: 41 [Bs. As.: Isla Martin Garcia] Dysdercus albofasciatus: Carpintero, 2009: 301, 303 [Bs. As.: Reserva Provincial y Reserva de Biosfera Internacional Parque Costero del Sur, former camping ACA and surroundings]

Known distribution: Argentina, Brazil, Paraguay, and Uruguay (Hussey, 1929; Doesburg, 1968).

Material examined: Misiones: 6 males, 7 females, San Antonio, [-26.1166, -53.7500], 23/25-II-2009, L. Negrete col.

Dysdercus chaquesis Freiberg, 1948 (Fig. 5)

Dysdercus? pallidus: Bosq 1940: 405 [Cha., S.E.] [Host plants: "cotton", "malvisco" (Sphaeralcea)]

Dysdercus sp.: Freibert (Freiberg), 1943: 3-13 [Cha., Cs., Fo., Sal., S.F., S.E.] [Host plant: "cotton"]

Dysdercus pallidus. Freiberg, 1945: 362-372 [Cha., Cs., Fo., Sal., S.F., S.E.] [Host plant: "cotton"]

Dysdercus chaquensis Freiberg, 1948: 4-5 [Cha., Cs., Fo., Sal.] [Host plant: "cotton"]

Dysdercus chaquensis: Ruffinelli & Piran, 1959: 32 [Argentina] [Host plant: "cotton"]

Dysdercus chaquensis. Costa Lima et al., 1962: 31-32 [Cha.]

Dysdercus chaquensis: Quintanilla et al., 1967-1968: 34 [E.R.: Concordia; La Paz] [Host plants: "cotton", "jacaranda", "maritime pine"]

Dysdercus chaquensis. Doesburg, 1968: 134-137 [Bs. As.: Puerto Madero. Cm.: Concepcion. Cha.: Resistencia. Cs.: Santo Tome; San Roque. E.R.: Pronunciamiento. Ju.: Ledesma; Juto. L.R.: Nido de Famatina; Trapiche; Durazno. Mnes.: Santo Pipo. Sal.: Urundel; Aguas Blancas; Oran; Esteco; Tartagal. S.F.: Garay; Colonia Macias. S.E.: Eldorado; Chaco de S.E.. Tuc.] [Host plant: "cotton", Sphaeralcea sp.]

Dysdercus chaquensis: Rizzo, 1976: 42-45 [Argentina] [Host plants: "cotton", Malvaceae, "Palo borracho"]

Dysdercus chaquensis: Quintanilla et al., 1975-1976: 127 [Cs.: Esquina; Bella Vista; Beron de Astrada; Empedrado; Ituzaingo; Mercedes; Monte Caseros; Paso de Los Libres; San Luis del Palmar; San Martin; Santo Tome; Sauce] [Host plants: "cotton", "lettuce", "silk floss tree", "potato", "pimiento", "bean", "tobacco", stubble of "corn" and "soya"] Dysdercus chaquensis: Quintanilla et al., 1981: 155 [Mnes.: San Ignacio; Alem; Apostoles; Cainguas; Candelaria; Posadas; Concepcion de La Sierra; Iguazu; Montecarlo; Obera; San Javier; San Martin] [Host plants: "cotton", "sweet potato", "citron", "escoba dura", "grape fruit", "soya", "tomato", "yerba mate", "yua"]

Dysdercus chaquensis. Mola & Papeschi, 1997: 20 [Sal.: Tolloche]

Dysdercus chaquensis: Di lorio, 2004b: 276 [Cha., Cs., E.R., Mnes., S.E., Tuc.] [Host plants: Citrus medica (L.), Citrus paradisi Macf., Gossypium hirsutum L., Lactuca sativa L., Amaranthus sp., Capsicum annum L., Chorisia speciosa St. Hil., Glycine max(L) Merrill, Ilex paraguayensis St. Hil, Ipomoea batatas (L.) Lam., Jacaranda acutifolia H. B. K., Lycopersicum esculentum Miller, Malvastrum coromandellanum Garcke, Nicotiana tabacum L., Phaceolus vulgaris L., Physalis angulata, Pinus pinaster Aiton, Sida rhombifolia L., Solanum paniculatum L., Solanum tuberosum L., Sphaeralcea bonariensis (Cav.) Griseb, Zea mays L.]

Dysdercus chaquensis: Carpintero & De Biase, 2011: 42 [Bs. As.: Isla Martin Garcia]

Known distribution: Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Ecuador, Paraguay, and Uruguay (Doesburg, 1968; Costa Lima et al., 1962).

Material examined: Chaco: 1 female, 35 km Tres Estacas, [-26.9333, -61.6000], 27/ XI/2007, Marti & Pelliza cols.; 1 male, same data, 25/XI/2007; 1 female, same data, 26/ XI/2007.

Remarks: The record from Jacaranda acutifolia H. B. K. is a misidentification of the host since the tree is not mentioned to the Argentinean flora.

Dysdercus honestus Blote, 1931 (Fig. 6)

Dysdercus honestus: Costa Lima et al., 1962: 38-39 [Cha.: Resistencia. Cs.]

Known distribution: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Guyane, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, and Venezuela (Costa Lima et al., 1962; Doesburg, 1968).

Dysdercus imitator Blote, 1931 (Fig. 6)

Dysdercus imitator. Bressa et al., 2003: 136 [Mnes.: Parque Nacional Iguazu]

Dysdercus imitator. Carpintero et al., 2006: 15 [Cs.: Ituzaingo, Reserva Santa Maria]

Known distribution: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Venezuela (Doesburg, 1968; Bressa et al., 2003; Adis & Froeschner, 1982)

Dysdercus immarginatus Blote, 1931 (Fig. 5)

Dysdercus fernaldi: Pearson, 1932: 123-124 [Tuc.]

Dysdercus immarginatus: Bosq, 1940: 405 [Tuc.] [Host plant: Chorisia sp.]

Dysdercus immarginatus: Hayward, 1942: 34 [Tuc.] [Host plant: Chorisia insignis Kth.]

Dysdercus immarginatus: Hayward, 1960: 33 [Tuc.] [Host plants Chorisia insignis Kth.]

Dysdercus immarginatus: Doesburg, 1968: 157-160 [Mis. Alto Parana, between

Corrientes and Posadas] [Host plant: Chorisia insignis Kth.]

Dysdercus immarginatus: Di Iorio, 2004b: 277 [Tuc.] [Host plant: Chorisia sp.]

[FIGURE 6 OMITTED]

Known distribution: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Paraguay, Peru, Trinidad, and Venezuela (Pearson, 1932; Doesburg, 1968).

Dysdercus maurus Distant, 1901 (Fig. 6)

Dysdercus maurus: Pearson, 1932: 117 [Tuc.]

Dysdercus? pallidus. Bosq, 1940: 405 [Cha., S.E.]

Dysdercus? pallidus: Hayward, 1942: 35 [Tuc.] [Host plants: "cotton", Sphaeralcea sp. ("Malvisco")]

Dysdercus? pallidus: Hayward, 1960: 33 [Tuc.] [Host plants: "cotton", Sphaeralcea sp. ("Malvisco")]

Dysdercus maurus: Costa Lima et al., 1962: 41 [Argentina]

Known distribution: Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, Curacao, Guyane, Suriname, Trinidad, and Venezuela (Hussey, 1929; Pearson, 1932; Doesburg, 1968).

Note: Bosq (1940) mentioned D. pallidus from Argentina (Chaco and Santiago del Estero provinces) doubting its specific identity, and Hayward (1942, 1960) repeated that information, recording the species from Tucuman province. Doesburg (1968) considered D. pallidus as a synonym of D. maurus, and included Hayward (1942) in the synonymic list, not including the record from Tucuman province for this species, probably due to the uncertainty of Hayward.

Dysdercus obliquus (Herrich-Schaffer, 1843) (Fig. 6)

Dysdercus obliquus: Quintanilla et al., 19751976: 127 [Cs.: Ituzaingo] [Host plants: stubble of "corn" and "soya"]

Dysdercus obliquus: Quintanilla et al., 1981: 155 [Mnes.: Eldorado] [Host plants: weeds under "pine" and "araucaria"]

Dysdercus obliquus: Di Iorio, 2004b: 277 [Cs.] [Host plants: Glycine max (L) Merrill, Zea mays L.]

Known distribution: Argentina, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, USA (Arizona, California), and Venezuela (Hussey, 1929; Costa Lima et al., 1962; Doesburg, 1968; Quintanilla et al., 1975-1976).

Dysdercus peruvianus GuerinMeneville, 1831 (Fig. 6)

Dysdercusmendesi: Bosq, 1940: 405 [Mnes., Sal.] [Host plants: "cotton"]

Dysdercus sp: Freiberg, 1945: 373-380 [Cha.: El Zapallar. Fo.: El Bolson, Laishi] [Host plant: "cotton"]

Dysdercus mendesi: Freiberg, 1948: 3-4 (specific identification from 1945 paper).

Dysdercus mendesi: Berry, 1951: 329-330 [Cha.: Zapallar, Las Brenas. Fo.]

Dysdercus mendesi: Costa Lima et al., 1962: 42 [Fo.]

Dysdercus peruvianus. Doesburg, 1968: 144-150 [Cs.: Santo Tome. Mnes.: Puerto Victoria] [Host plant: "cotton"]

Dysdercus peruvianus: Di lorio, 2004b: 277 [Mnes., Sal.] [Host plant: Gossypium hirsutum L.]

Known distribution: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Ecuador, Hawaii? (doubtful record), Paraguay, Peru, USA (California), and Venezuela (Hussey, 1929; Doesburg, 1968).

Dysdercus ruficoiiis (Linne, 1764) (Fig. 6)

Dysdercus ruficollis. Berg, 1878: 265 [Bs. As., Cba., Cs., Mnes., Tuc.]

Dysdercus ruficollis. Lethierry & Severin, 1894: 254 [Bs. As., Tuc.]

Dysdercus ruficollis: Pennington, 1921: 20 [Litoral, north, centre, Andean]

Dysdercus (Dysdercus;) ruficollis: Hussey, 1929: 101 [Argentina]

Dysdercus ruficollis: Bosq, 1937: 119 [Argentina north of Bs. As.] [Host plants: "cotton", wild Malvaceae]

Dysdercus ruficollis: Denier, 1939: 556 [Cha., Fo., Ju., Mnes., Sal.] [Host plants: "cotton", Chorisia sp.]

Dysdercus ruficollis: Bosq, 1940: 406 [Mnes.] [Host plants: cotton, Ipomoea sp.]

Dysdercus ruficollis: Hayward, 1942: 35 [Tuc.] [Host plants: Malvaceae, "cotton", Ipomoea sp.]

Dysdercus ruficollis. Berry, 1951: 329-330 [Cha.: Zapallar; Las Brenas. Fo., S.E., Tuc.]

Dysdercus ruficollis: Ruffinelli & Piran, 1959: 32 [Argentina] [Host plant: "cotton"]

Dysdercus ruficolis (sic): Hayward, 1960: 33 [Tuc.] [Host plants: Malvaceae, "cotton",

Ipomoea sp.]

Dysdercus ruficollis: Costa Lima et al., 1962: 47-49 [Mnes.: Puerto Iguazu]

Dysdercus ruficollis var.? albomembranaceus: Costa Lima et al., 1962: 50 [Mnes.]

Dysdercus ruficollis: Doesburg, 1968: 137-144 [Cs.: Santo Tome. Mnes.: Santo Pipo, Campo Grande, Eldorado, Iguazu, Bompland, Loreto, Yerbal Viejo, Santa Maria (Concepcion). S.F.: Garay, Colonia Macias, Alto Parana, Puerto Aguirre] [Host plant: "cotton"]

Dysdercus ruficollis: Adis & Froeschner, 1982: 373 [Argentina]

Dysdercus ruficollis: Coscaron, 1998: 703 [Mnes.: Santa Ana]

Dysdercus ruficollis: Di lorio, 2004b: 277 [Mnes. ] [Host plants: Gossypium hirsutum L., Ipomoea sp., Lycopersicum esculentum Miller, Hibiscus sp., Xanthium sp.]

Known distribution: Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Colombia, Curacao, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guyane, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Trinidad, and Venezuela (Hussey, 1929; Costa Lima et al., 1962; Doesburg, 1968).

Material examined: Misiones: 5 males, 3 females, Reserva Urugua-i, [-25.9833, -54.0833], II-2009, L. Negrete col.; 1 male, 3 females, same locality, 23/25-II-2009, L. Negrete col.

Dysdercus wilhelminae Doesburg, 1968 (Fig. 6)

Dysdercus wilhelminae Doesburg, 1968: 111 [Cha.: Roque Saenz Pena. Cm.: El Rodeo; San Fernando del Valle de Catamarca. L.R. Sal.: Tartagal. Tuc.]

Known distribution: Argentina and Bolivia (Doesburg, 1968).

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

We want to express our gratitude to Diego Gutierrez (Division Plantas Vasculares, Museo de La Plata) for his assistance with the host plants' classification, status and scientific and vernacular names. This study was supported by the Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas (CONICET), Argentina, and the following grant: PIP 0255 (2010-2012).

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MELO, M. Cecilia (1,3) & Pablo M. DELLAPE (2,3)

(1) Departamento Sistematica, Instituto de Limnologia "R. A. Ringuelet" (ILPLA), UNLP-CONICET, CC 712 (B1900FWA) La Plata, Buenos Aires, Argentina. cecimelo@ilpla.edu.ar.

(2) Division Entomologia, Facultad de Ciencias Naturales y Museo, Universidad Nacional de La Plata, Paseo del Bosque, B1900FWA La Plata, Argentina. pdellape@fcnym.unlp.edu.ar.

(3) Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Cientificas y Tecnicas (CONICET)
Table I. Summary of host plants of Pyrrhocoroidea species.

                           L.                        L.
                        fasciatus   L. humilis   rufipennis
                        Blanchard    (Drury)      Laporte

GYMNOSPERMS

Pinaceae
Pinus pinaster Aiton

ANGIOSPERMS
Monocots

Alliaceae
Allium sativum L.                                    x

Poaceae
Zea mays L.                 x

Dicots

Amaranthaceae
Amaranthus sp.

Apiaceae
Daucus carota L.                                     x
Foeniculum                  x
vulgare Mill,
var. capillaceum
(Gilib.) Paoletti

Aquifoliaceae
Ilex paraguariensis         x                        x
A. St.-Hil.

Asteraceae
Cichorium intybus L.                                 x
Cynara cardunculus L.       x
Flaveria bidentis           x           x
  (L.) Kuntze
Helianthus annuus L.        x                        x
Lactuca sativa L.                                    x
Senecio brasiliensis                                 x
  (Spreng.) Less.
Senecio                     x                        x
  grisebachii Baker
Senecio sp.                             x
Xanthium sp.

Bignoniaceae
Jacaranda acutifolia
  Humb. & Bonpl.
Jacaranda
  mimosifolia D. Don.

Bombacaceae
Ceiba speciosa (A.
  St.-Hil., A. Juss.
  & Cambess.)
  Ravenna [sub
  Chorisia speciosa
  A. St.-Hil., A.
  Juss. & Cambess.]

Ceiba sp. [sub
  Chorisia sp.]

Chenopodiacea
Beta vulgaris L.                                     x
  var. cicla L.

Convolvulaceae
Ipomoea batatas             x           x
  (L.) Lam.
Ipomoea cairica             x
  (L.) Sweet
Ipomoea sp.

Cucurbitaceae
Cucurbita maxima            x
  Duchesne

Euphorbiaceae
Manihot esculenta           x                        x
  Crantz

Fabaceae
Acacia caven                                         x
  (Molina) Molina
Glycine max
  (L.) Merrill
Medicago sativa L.          x
Phaseolus vulgaris L.                                x

Malvaceae
Gossypium hirsutum L.       x
Hibiscus sp.
Malvastrum
  coromandelianum
  (L.) Garcke
Pavonea sepium A.
  St.-Hill. [sub
  Pavonia malvacea
  (Vell.) Krapov.
  & Cristobal]

Sida rhombifolia L.
Sphaeralcea                                          x
  bonariensis
  (Cav.) Griceb.
Sphaeralcea sp.
Tilia sp.

Olaceae
Lygustrum
  sinense Lour.

Polygonacea
Muehlenbeckia                                        x
sagittifolia
(Ortega) Meisn.

Rhamnaceae
Condalia                                x
microphylla Cav.

Rosaceae
Prunuspersica               x
(L.) Batsch.

Rutaceae
Citrus medica (L.)
Citrus x paradisi
  Macfad.
Citrus sinesis                                       x
  (L.) Osbeck
Citrus sp.                              x

Solanaceae
Capsicum annum L.
Lycopersicum                                         x
  esculentum Mill.
Nicotiana tabacum L.                                 x
Physalis angulata L.
Salpichroa                  x
  origanifolia
  (Lam.) Baill.

Solanum melongena L.        x
Solanum                                 x
  paniculatum L.
Solanum tuberosum L.                                 x

Verbenaceae
Lantana                                              x
  megapotamica
  (Spreng.) Tronc.

                                          D.            D.
                        A. lunaris   albofasciatus   chaquesis
                         (Gmelin)        Berg        Freiberg

GYMNOSPERMS

Pinaceae
Pinus pinaster Aiton                                     x

ANGIOSPERMS
Monocots

Alliaceae
Allium sativum L.

Poaceae
Zea mays L.                                              x

Dicots

Amaranthaceae
Amaranthus sp.                                           x

Apiaceae
Daucus carota L.
Foeniculum
vulgare Mill,
var. capillaceum
(Gilib.) Paoletti

Aquifoliaceae
Ilex paraguariensis                                      x
A. St.-Hil.

Asteraceae
Cichorium intybus L.
Cynara cardunculus L.
Flaveria bidentis
  (L.) Kuntze
Helianthus annuus L.
Lactuca sativa L.           x                            x
Senecio brasiliensis
  (Spreng.) Less.
Senecio
  grisebachii Baker
Senecio sp.
Xanthium sp.

Bignoniaceae
Jacaranda acutifolia                                     x
  Humb. & Bonpl.
Jacaranda                   x
  mimosifolia D. Don.

Bombacaceae
Ceiba speciosa (A.                                       x
  St.-Hil., A. Juss.
  & Cambess.)
  Ravenna [sub
  Chorisia speciosa
  A. St.-Hil., A.
  Juss. & Cambess.]

Ceiba sp. [sub
  Chorisia sp.]

Chenopodiacea
Beta vulgaris L.
  var. cicla L.

Convolvulaceae
Ipomoea batatas                                          x
  (L.) Lam.
Ipomoea cairica
  (L.) Sweet
Ipomoea sp.

Cucurbitaceae
Cucurbita maxima
  Duchesne

Euphorbiaceae
Manihot esculenta
  Crantz

Fabaceae
Acacia caven
  (Molina) Molina
Glycine max                                              x
  (L.) Merrill
Medicago sativa L.
Phaseolus vulgaris L.                                    x

Malvaceae
Gossypium hirsutum L.       x              x             x
Hibiscus sp.
Malvastrum                                               x
  coromandelianum
  (L.) Garcke
Pavonea sepium A.                          x
  St.-Hill. [sub
  Pavonia malvacea
  (Vell.) Krapov.
  & Cristobal]

Sida rhombifolia L.                                      x
Sphaeralcea                                              x
  bonariensis
  (Cav.) Griceb.
Sphaeralcea sp.
Tilia sp.                                  x

Olaceae
Lygustrum                                  x
  sinense Lour.

Polygonacea
Muehlenbeckia
sagittifolia
(Ortega) Meisn.

Rhamnaceae
Condalia                                                 x
microphylla Cav.

Rosaceae
Prunuspersica
(L.) Batsch.

Rutaceae
Citrus medica (L.)                                       x
Citrus x paradisi                                        x
  Macfad.
Citrus sinesis                             x
  (L.) Osbeck
Citrus sp.                  x

Solanaceae
Capsicum annum L.                                        x
Lycopersicum                                             x
  esculentum Mill.
Nicotiana tabacum L.                                     x
Physalis angulata L.                                     x
Salpichroa
  origanifolia
  (Lam.) Baill.

Solanum melongena L.
Solanum                                                  x
  paniculatum L.
Solanum tuberosum L.                                     x

Verbenaceae
Lantana
  megapotamica
  (Spreng.) Tronc.

                           D.                       D.
                        obliquus                peruvianus
                        (Herrich-   D. maurus    Guerin-
                        Schaffer)    Distant    Meneville

GYMNOSPERMS

Pinaceae
Pinus pinaster Aiton

ANGIOSPERMS
Monocots

Alliaceae
Allium sativum L.

Poaceae
Zea mays L.                 x

Dicots

Amaranthaceae
Amaranthus sp.

Apiaceae
Daucus carota L.
Foeniculum
vulgare Mill,
var. capillaceum
(Gilib.) Paoletti

Aquifoliaceae
Ilex paraguariensis
A. St.-Hil.

Asteraceae
Cichorium intybus L.
Cynara cardunculus L.
Flaveria bidentis
  (L.) Kuntze
Helianthus annuus L.
Lactuca sativa L.
Senecio brasiliensis
  (Spreng.) Less.
Senecio
  grisebachii Baker
Senecio sp.
Xanthium sp.

Bignoniaceae
Jacaranda acutifolia
  Humb. & Bonpl.
Jacaranda
  mimosifolia D. Don.

Bombacaceae
Ceiba speciosa (A.
  St.-Hil., A. Juss.
  & Cambess.)
  Ravenna [sub
  Chorisia speciosa
  A. St.-Hil., A.
  Juss. & Cambess.]

Ceiba sp. [sub
  Chorisia sp.]

Chenopodiacea
Beta vulgaris L.
  var. cicla L.

Convolvulaceae
Ipomoea batatas
  (L.) Lam.
Ipomoea cairica
  (L.) Sweet
Ipomoea sp.

Cucurbitaceae
Cucurbita maxima
  Duchesne

Euphorbiaceae
Manihot esculenta
  Crantz

Fabaceae
Acacia caven
  (Molina) Molina
Glycine max                 x
  (L.) Merrill
Medicago sativa L.
Phaseolus vulgaris L.

Malvaceae
Gossypium hirsutum L.                   x           x
Hibiscus sp.
Malvastrum
  coromandelianum
  (L.) Garcke
Pavonea sepium A.
  St.-Hill. [sub
  Pavonia malvacea
  (Vell.) Krapov.
  & Cristobal]

Sida rhombifolia L.
Sphaeralcea
  bonariensis
  (Cav.) Griceb.
Sphaeralcea sp.                         x
Tilia sp.

Olaceae
Lygustrum
  sinense Lour.

Polygonacea
Muehlenbeckia
sagittifolia
(Ortega) Meisn.

Rhamnaceae
Condalia
microphylla Cav.

Rosaceae
Prunuspersica
(L.) Batsch.

Rutaceae
Citrus medica (L.)
Citrus x paradisi
  Macfad.
Citrus sinesis
  (L.) Osbeck
Citrus sp.

Solanaceae
Capsicum annum L.
Lycopersicum
  esculentum Mill.
Nicotiana tabacum L.
Physalis angulata L.
Salpichroa
  origanifolia
  (Lam.) Baill.

Solanum melongena L.
Solanum
  paniculatum L.
Solanum tuberosum L.

Verbenaceae
Lantana
  megapotamica
  (Spreng.) Tronc.

                            D.
                        ruficollis
                         (Linne)

GYMNOSPERMS

Pinaceae
Pinus pinaster Aiton

ANGIOSPERMS
Monocots

Alliaceae
Allium sativum L.

Poaceae
Zea mays L.

Dicots

Amaranthaceae
Amaranthus sp.

Apiaceae
Daucus carota L.
Foeniculum
vulgare Mill,
var. capillaceum
(Gilib.) Paoletti

Aquifoliaceae
Ilex paraguariensis
A. St.-Hil.

Asteraceae
Cichorium intybus L.
Cynara cardunculus L.
Flaveria bidentis
  (L.) Kuntze
Helianthus annuus L.
Lactuca sativa L.
Senecio brasiliensis
  (Spreng.) Less.
Senecio
  grisebachii Baker
Senecio sp.
Xanthium sp.                x

Bignoniaceae
Jacaranda acutifolia
  Humb. & Bonpl.
Jacaranda
  mimosifolia D. Don.

Bombacaceae
Ceiba speciosa (A.
  St.-Hil., A. Juss.
  & Cambess.)
  Ravenna [sub
  Chorisia speciosa
  A. St.-Hil., A.
  Juss. & Cambess.]

Ceiba sp. [sub              x
  Chorisia sp.]

Chenopodiacea
Beta vulgaris L.
  var. cicla L.

Convolvulaceae
Ipomoea batatas
  (L.) Lam.
Ipomoea cairica
  (L.) Sweet
Ipomoea sp.                 x

Cucurbitaceae
Cucurbita maxima
  Duchesne

Euphorbiaceae
Manihot esculenta
  Crantz

Fabaceae
Acacia caven
  (Molina) Molina
Glycine max
  (L.) Merrill
Medicago sativa L.
Phaseolus vulgaris L.

Malvaceae
Gossypium hirsutum L.       x
Hibiscus sp.                x
Malvastrum
  coromandelianum
  (L.) Garcke
Pavonea sepium A.
  St.-Hill. [sub
  Pavonia malvacea
  (Vell.) Krapov.
  & Cristobal]

Sida rhombifolia L.
Sphaeralcea
  bonariensis
  (Cav.) Griceb.
Sphaeralcea sp.
Tilia sp.

Olaceae
Lygustrum
  sinense Lour.

Polygonacea
Muehlenbeckia
sagittifolia
(Ortega) Meisn.

Rhamnaceae
Condalia
microphylla Cav.

Rosaceae
Prunuspersica
(L.) Batsch.

Rutaceae
Citrus medica (L.)
Citrus x paradisi
  Macfad.
Citrus sinesis
  (L.) Osbeck
Citrus sp.

Solanaceae
Capsicum annum L.
Lycopersicum                x
  esculentum Mill.
Nicotiana tabacum L.
Physalis angulata L.
Salpichroa
  origanifolia
  (Lam.) Baill.

Solanum melongena L.
Solanum
  paniculatum L.
Solanum tuberosum L.

Verbenaceae
Lantana
  megapotamica
  (Spreng.) Tronc.

Table II. Host plants' classification, status, and
scientific and vernacular names.

Family/           Status            Habit             Common names
species

GYMNOSPERMS

Pinaceae

Pinus pinaster    cultivated        tree              Sp.: Pino
Aiton                                                 maritimo; En.:
                                                      Maritime pine

ANGIOSPERMS

Monocots

Alliaceae

Allium            cultivated        herb              Sp.: Ajo; En.:
sativum L.                                            Garlic

Poaceae

Zea mays L.       cultivated        Herb              Sp.: Maiz; En.:
                                                      Corn

Dicots

Amaranthaceae
Amaranthus sp.    native or         herbs
                  introduced

Apiaceae

Daucus            introduced,       herb              Sp.: Zanahoria;
carota L.         cultivated                          En.: Carrot

Foeniculum        introduced        herb              Sp.: Hinojo
vulgare                                               silvestre; En.:
Mill. var.                                            Wild fennel
capillaceum
(Gilib.)
Paoletti

Aquifoliaceae     native,           shrub or tree     Sp.: Yerba mate
Ilex              cultivated
paraguariensis
A. St.-Hil.

Asteraceae                                            Sp.: achicoria,

Cichorium         introduced,       herb              radicheta; En.:
intybus L.        cultivated                          coffeeweed,
                                                      succory, blue
                                                      sailors

Cynara            introduced,       herb              Sp.: Cardo;
cardunculus L.    cultivated                          En.: Cardoon

Flaveria          native            herb
bidentis
(L.) Kuntze

Helianthus        introduced,       herb              Sp.: Girasol;
annuus L.         cultivated                          En.: Sunflower

Lactuca           introduced,       herb              Sp.: Lechuga;
sativa L.         cultivated                          En.: Lettuce

Senecio           native            herb              En.: Flower of
brasiliensis                                          souls
(Spreng.)
Less.

Senecio           native            herb
grisebachii
Baker

Senecio sp.       mainly native,    herbs,
                  some introduced   subshrubs or
                                    shrubs

Xanthium sp.      native or         herbs
                  introduced

Bignoniaceae

Jacaranda         ? not in          tree              Jacaranda
acutifolia        Argentina
Humb. & Bonpl.

Jacaranda                                             Jacaranda
mimosifolia
D. Don

Bombacaceae

Ceiba speciosa    native,           tree              Sp.: Palo
(A. St.-Hil.,     cultivated                          Borracho; En.:
A. Juss. &                                            Silk floss tree
Cambess.)
Ravenna [sub
Chorisia
speciosa A.
St.-Hil., A.
Juss. &
Cambess.]

Ceiba sp. [sub    native            tree
Chorisia sp.]

Chenopodiaceae    cultivated        herb              Sp.: Acelga
Beta vulgaris                                         comun; En.:
L. var. cicla                                         Chard
L.

Convolvulaceae    cultivated        herb              Sp.: Batata,
Ipomoea batatas                                       boniato,
(L.) Lam.                                             camote, papa
                                                      dulce;

Ipomoea cairica   native            climber           En.: Sweet
(L.) Sweet                          herbs or          potato

Ipomoea sp.       mainly native,    climbers,         Sp.:
                  few introduced    sometimos         Campanillas;
                                    subshrub          En.: Morning
                                                      glory

Cucurbitaceae

Cucurbita         native,           herb or climber   Sp.: Zapallo,
maxima Duchesne   cultivated                          zapallo
                                                      criollo; En.:
                                                      Pumpkin

Euphorbiaceae

Manihot           introduced,       subshrub or       Sp.: Mandioca;
esculenta         cultivated        shrub             En.: Cassava
Crantz

Fabaceae                            shrub or tree

Acacia caven      native                              Espinillo Sp.:
(Molina) Molina                                       Soja, soya,

Glycine max(L.)   cultivated        herb              poroto soya,
Merrill                                               frijol soja;
                                                      En.: Soya

Medicago sativa   introduced,       herb or           Alfalfa
L.                cultivated        subshrub

Phaseolus         native,           herb or climber   Sp.: Poroto,
vulgaris L.       cultivated                          frijol,
                                                      habichuela,
                                                      judia; En.:
                                                      Common bean

Malvaceae                                             Sp.: Algodonero

Gossypium         cultivated        subshrub          comun, algodon;
hirsutum L.                                           En.: Cotton

Hibiscus sp.      mainly native,    herbs,
                  some introduced   subshrubs or
                                    shrubs

Malvastrum        native            subshrub          Escoba dura
coromandelianum
(L.) Garcke

Pavonia sepium    native            shrub
A. St.-Hill.
[sub Pavonia
malvacea
(Veil.) Krapov.
& Cristobal]

Sida              native            herb or
rhombifolia L.                      subshrub

Sphaeralcea       native            subshrub
bonariensis
(Cav.) Griseb.

Sphaeralcea sp.   native            herbs or
                                    subshrubs

Tilia sp.         cultivated        trees             Sp.: Tilo

Oleaceae

Ligustrum         introduced,       shrub or tree
sinense Lour.     cultivated

Polygonacea

Muehlenbeckia     native            shrub
sagittifolia
(Ortega) Meisn.

Rhamnaceae

Condalia          native            shrub             Yua, Piquillin
microphylla
Cav.

Rosaceae

Prunus persica    introduced,       tree              Sp.: Duraznero;
(L.) Batsch.      cultivated                          En.: Peach

Rutaceae

Citrus medica     cultivated        shrub or tree     Sp.: Sidra;
L.                                                    En.: Citron

Citrus x          cultivated        tree              Sp.: Pomelo;
paradisi                                              En.: Grape
Macfad.                                               fruit

Citrus sinesis    cultivated        tree              Sp.: Naranjo
(L.) Osbeck                                           dulce; En.:
                                                      Sweet orange

Citrus sp.        introduced,       tree
                  cultivated

Solanaceae

Capsicum annuum   cultivated        herb or           Sp.: Aji,
L.                                  subshrub          Pimiento

Lycopersicum      cultivated        herb              Sp.: Tomate;
esculentum                                            En.: Tomato
Mill.

Nicotiana         introduced,       herb              Sp.: Tabaco;
tabacum L.        cultivated                          En.: Tobacco

Physalis          native            herb
angulata L.

Salpichroa        native            herb or
origanifolia                        subshrub
(Lam.) Baill.

Solanum           cultivated        subshrub shrub    Sp.: Berenjena;
melongena L.      native            or tree           En.: Eggplant
Solanum
paniculatum L.

Solanum           native,           herb              Sp.: Papa; En.:
tuberosum L.      cultivated                          Potato

Verbenaceae

Lantana           native            shrub
megapotamica
(Spreng.)
Tronc.
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