Andricus dentimitratus est un insecte hyménoptère de la famille des Cynipidae, parasite de plusieurs espèces de chênes en régions méditerranéennes. Il provoque la formation d'une galle sur les glands.

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  • Andricus dentimitratus est un insecte hyménoptère de la famille des Cynipidae, parasite de plusieurs espèces de chênes en régions méditerranéennes. Il provoque la formation d'une galle sur les glands.
  • Andricus dentimitratus é uma espécie de insetos himenópteros, mais especificamente de vespas pertencente à família Cynipidae.A autoridade científica da espécie é Rejto, tendo sido descrita no ano de 1887.Trata-se de uma espécie presente no território português.
  • Andricus dentimitratus is a gall forming insect in the family Cynipidae. The adults lay their eggs on various species of oak and the developing larvae causes the trees to create a large ornate gall. The oaks parasitised include Quercus frainetto, Q. petraea, Q. pyrenaica, Q. pubescens and Q. robur. The gall is formed out of the cup of the acorn. In cross-section it resembles a mushroom. It is woody, maroon, shiny and sticky. It grows up to 25 mm high and 20 mm wide. What resembles the head of the mushroom is lobed or toothed in various ways. The insect emerges from the narrowing, between the head and base.
  • Andricus dentimitratus is een vliesvleugelig insect uit de familie van de echte galwespen (Cynipidae). De wetenschappelijke naam van de soort is voor het eerst geldig gepubliceerd in 1887 door Rejto.
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  • Andricus dentimitratus est un insecte hyménoptère de la famille des Cynipidae, parasite de plusieurs espèces de chênes en régions méditerranéennes. Il provoque la formation d'une galle sur les glands.
  • Andricus dentimitratus é uma espécie de insetos himenópteros, mais especificamente de vespas pertencente à família Cynipidae.A autoridade científica da espécie é Rejto, tendo sido descrita no ano de 1887.Trata-se de uma espécie presente no território português.
  • Andricus dentimitratus is een vliesvleugelig insect uit de familie van de echte galwespen (Cynipidae). De wetenschappelijke naam van de soort is voor het eerst geldig gepubliceerd in 1887 door Rejto.
  • Andricus dentimitratus is a gall forming insect in the family Cynipidae. The adults lay their eggs on various species of oak and the developing larvae causes the trees to create a large ornate gall. The oaks parasitised include Quercus frainetto, Q. petraea, Q. pyrenaica, Q. pubescens and Q. robur. The gall is formed out of the cup of the acorn. In cross-section it resembles a mushroom. It is woody, maroon, shiny and sticky. It grows up to 25 mm high and 20 mm wide.
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