References for species Tuxedo cruralis (Van Duzee, 1917)

Species Reference Comment Distribution
Plagiognathus diversus cruralis Van Duzee 1917B: 283
  n. var. USA: California
Tuxedo cruralis Schuh 2001A: 252
(PDF not available.)  n. comb., disc. undefined
Tuxedo cruralis Schuh 2004: 11, fig. 1, 2, 4
(PDF not available.)  diag., redescr., color habitus, MG, SEM, hosts CANADA: British Columbia; MEXICO: Baja California Norte; USA: California, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, Oregon, Utah
Hosts
Ceanothus cuneatus Schuh, 2004:13 (Family: Rhamnaceae)
Ceanothus greggii Schuh, 2004:13 (Family: Rhamnaceae)
Ceanothus integerrimus Schuh, 2004:14 (Family: Rhamnaceae)
Ceanothus megacarpus Schuh, 2004:14 (Family: Rhamnaceae)
Ceanothus tomentosus Schuh, 2004:13 (Family: Rhamnaceae)
Cercocarpus betuloides Schuh, 2004:13 (Family: Rosaceae)
Prunus fasciculata Schuh, 2004:15 (Family: Rosaceae)
Quercus turbinella Schuh, 2004:13 (Family: Fagaceae)
Salix hindsiana Schuh, 2004:14 (Family: Salicaceae)
Shepherdia rotundifolia Schuh, 2004:16 (Family: Elaeagnaceae)
Simmondsia sp. Schuh, 2004:13 (Family: Simmondsiaceae)
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