OTHER PSYLLID SONGS


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Other psyllid sounds:

Creiis (Spondyliaspidinae)

Creiis sp. from Eucalyptus microcarpa, NSW (male)
Creiis sp from Eucalyptus camaldulensis, SA (male)
Creiis sp. from Eucalyptus odorata, SA (male+female)

Glycaspis (Spondyliaspidinae)

Glycaspis sp. from Eucalyptus odorata, SA (male)
   
Glycaspis sp. from Eucalyptus leucoxylon, ACT (male)
Glycaspis sp. from Eucalyptus cinerea, ACT (male+female)

 

Lasiopsylla (Spondyliaspidinae)

Lasiopsylla rotundipennis from Eucalyptus melliodora, ACT (male)

Spondyliaspis (Spondyliaspidinae)

Spondyliaspis sp. from Eucalyptus melliodora, ACT (male)

Anoeconeossa (Spondyliaspidinae)

Anoeconeossa unicornuta from Eucalyptus melliodora, ACT (male)
Male chorus of Anoeconeossa unicornuta from Eucalyptus melliodora, ACT
Anoeconeossa unicornuta from Eucalyptus melliodora, ACT (male+female)

Australopsylla (Spondyliaspidinae)

Australopsylla sp. from Eucalyptus viminalis, ACT (male)

Phellopsylla (Spondyliaspidinae). An unusual group found under bark on Eucalyptus trunks and branches

Phellopsylla sp. ACT (male)

Acknowledgments

This research is funded by The Leverhulme Trust with an equipment grant from the Systematics Association. I have collaborated with Gary Taylor (University of Adelaide) on work with psyllids.


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