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Cinara confinis

Synonyms: Cinara abieticola; Cinara borealis; Cinara ciliciea; Cinara confinis; Cinara lasiocarpae; Cinara vanduzei; Dinolachnus cecconii; Lachniella cilicica; Lachniella cilicica cecconii; Lachnus abieticola; Lachnus confinis; Lachnus lasiocarpae; Lachnus vanduzei; Panimerus cilicica; Panimerus vanduzei; Todolachnus abieticola; Todolachnus abieticola bulgarica; Todolachnus confinis; Tuberolachnus salignus

Wikipedia Abstract

Cinara confinis, the black stem aphid, is a species of aphid in the genus Cinara, found feeding on the twigs of various species of fir (Abies) and on several other species of coniferous trees. This aphid has a Holarctic distribution and is known from Europe, Asia, North America and Argentina.
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Prey / Diet

Abies alba (silver fir)[1]
Abies balsamea (Canadian fir)[1]
Abies cilicica (Cilician fir)[1]
Abies lasiocarpa (Subalpine fir)[1]
Abies mariesii (Maries' fir)[1]
Abies nordmanniana (Caucasian fir)[1]
Abies nordmanniana subsp. equi-trojani[1]
Abies pindrow (West Himalayan Fir)[1]
Abies procera (noble fir)[1]
Abies religiosa (Sacred fir)[1]
Abies sibirica (Siberian fir)[1]
Cedrus deodara (Deodar cedar)[1]
Cedrus libani (Cedar of Lebanon)[1]
Pinus montezumae var. montezumae (Lowland fir)[1]



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1Biological Records Centre Database of Insects and their Food Plants
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