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Aspidiotus nerii (ivy scale; Oleander scale)

Synonyms: Aspidiotus affinis; Aspidiotus aloes; Aspidiotus anthospermae; Aspidiotus atherospermae; Aspidiotus atherospinmae; Aspidiotus atherospirmae; Aspidiotus bouchei; Aspidiotus buddleiae; Aspidiotus budlaei; Aspidiotus budlaeiae; Aspidiotus budlei; Aspidiotus budleiae; Aspidiotus caldesii; Aspidiotus capparis; Aspidiotus carpodeti; Aspidiotus ceratoniae; Aspidiotus confusus; Aspidiotus corinocarpi; Aspidiotus corynocarpi; Aspidiotus cycadicola; Aspidiotus denticulatus; Aspidiotus dysoxyli; Aspidiotus epidendri; Aspidiotus ericae; Aspidiotus fonsecai; Aspidiotus genistae; Aspidiotus gnidii; Aspidiotus guidii; Aspidiotus hederae; Aspidiotus hederae carpodeti; Aspidiotus hederae hederae; Aspidiotus hederae limonii; Aspidiotus hederae nerii; Aspidiotus hederae unipectinata; Aspidiotus hederae unisexualis; Aspidiotus hederae urenae; Aspidiotus hederale; Aspidiotus heredae; Aspidiotus ilicis; Aspidiotus lentisci; Aspidiotus limonii; Aspidiotus myricinae; Aspidiotus myrsinae; Aspidiotus nederae; Aspidiotus nereii; Aspidiotus nerii; Aspidiotus nerii limonii; Aspidiotus offinis; Aspidiotus oleae; Aspidiotus oleastri; Aspidiotus osmanthi; Aspidiotus paranerii; Aspidiotus rectangulatus; Aspidiotus simillimus; Aspidiotus sophorae; Aspidiotus tasmaniae; Aspidiotus transparens rectangulatus; Aspidiotus transvaalensis; Aspidiotus transvalensis; Aspidiotus ulicis; Aspidiotus unipectinatus; Aspidiotus urenae; Aspidiotus vagabundus; Aspidiotus vagobundus; Aspidiotus villosus; Aspidiotus viresciae; Aspidiotus vriesciae; Chermes aloes; Chermes cycadicola; Chermes ericae; Chermes genistae; Chermes hederae; Chermes nerii; Chermes osmanthi; Diaspis obliquum; Octaspidiotus anthospermae; Octaspidiotus atherospermae; Octaspidiotus athospermae
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Prey / Diet

Acacia dealbata (silver wattle)[1]
Acacia longifolia (western yarrow)[1]
Acacia melanoxylon (Australian blackwood)[1]
Acacia paradoxa (paradox acacia)[1]
Acacia pravissima (Knife-leaved Wattle)[1]
Acacia saligna (Port Jackson Willow)[1]
Actinidia chinensis (kiwi)[2]
Agave americana (American century plant)[1]
Agave karatto[1]
Agave parryi (Parry's agave)[1]
Agave sisalana (sisal hemp)[1]
Alnus glutinosa (European alder)[1]
Alseuosmia macrophylla[3]
Araucaria bidwillii (bunya bunya)[2]
Araucaria cunninghamii (Hoop pine)[2]
Asparagus densiflorus (Sprenger's asparagus fern)[1]
Asparagus falcatus[1]
Asparagus officinalis (garden asparagus)[1]
Asparagus setaceus (common asparagus fern)[2]
Avicennia marina (gray mangrove)[2]
Brachyglottis repanda var. fragrans (Bushman's friend)[3]
Buddleja davidii (orange eye butterflybush)[3]
Buxus sempervirens (common box)[3]
Calicotome spinosa (Spiny Broom)[1]
Carissa congesta (Conkerberry)[1]
Ceratonia siliqua (Carob Tree)[1]
Chlorophytum comosum (spider plant)[2]
Citrus limon (lemon)[1]
Cocos nucifera (coconut palm)[1]
Coleonema pulchellum (confetti bush)[3]
Coprosma arborea[3]
Coprosma grandifolia[3]
Coprosma lucida[3]
Coprosma macrocarpa[3]
Coprosma robusta[3]
Cordyline australis (cabbage tree)[1]
Corynocarpus laevigatus (karakaranut)[3]
Cupressus arizonica (Arizona cypress)[1]
Daphnandra micrantha (Socketwood)[2]
Daphne laureola (spurge laurel)[1]
Diospyros kaki (japanese persimmon)[2]
Dodonaea viscosa subsp. angustifolia (Florida hopbush)[3]
Dysoxylum spectabile[3]
Echium candicans (pride of Madeira)[1]
Euphorbia piscatoria[1]
Geijera parviflora (Native Willow)[2]
Geniostoma rupestre[3]
Grevillea robusta (silkoak)[1]
Grevillea thelemanniana[2]
Hedera helix (Algerian ivy)[1]
Hoheria populnea (Lacebark)[3]
Lantana camara (lantana)[2]
Laurelia novae-zelandiae[3]
Laurus nobilis (sweet bay)[1]
Lepisorus kawakamii (golden polypody)[1]
Macadamia ternifolia (Queensland Nut)[2]
Melaleuca viridiflora (broad-leaved paperbark)[2]
Melia azedarach (chinaberry)[1]
Melicope simplex[3]
Melicytus ramiflorus subsp. ramiflorus[3]
Morus alba (mulberry)[1]
Morus nigra (black mulberry)[1]
Myoporum laetum (myoporum)[3]
Neopanax arboreus (Five Finger)[3]
Neopanax laetus (shrub panax)[3]
Nerium oleander (oleander)[1]
Nestegis cunninghamii[3]
Olea europaea (olive)[1]
Olearia furfuracea[3]
Owenia venosa[2]
Paraserianthes lophantha (plume-albizia)[1]
Persea americana (avocado)[1]
Phoenix atlantica (date palm)[1]
Phormium tenax (New Zealand flax)[3]
Phyla nodiflora var. reptans (frog fruit)[1]
Pinus radiata (Monterey pine)[1]
Pistacia lentiscus (mastic tree)[1]
Pistacia terebinthus (Cyprus turpentine)[1]
Plagianthus divaricatus (saltmarsh ribbonwood)[3]
Platanus orientalis (oriental planetree)[1]
Pomaderris apetala (Dogwood)[3]
Prunus avium (Wild Cherry)[2]
Prunus persica (peach)[1]
Pseudopanax ferox (Toothed lancewood)[3]
Psidium guajava (common guava)[2]
Pyrus communis (common pear)[2]
Rhodosphaera rhodanthema[2]
Rhopalostylis sapida[3]
Ricinus communis (Castor-Oil Plant)[1]
Ripogonum scandens[3]
Rosa abyssinica[1]
Siphonodon australis[2]
Smilax aspera (Sarsaparilla)[1]
Smilax australis (Lawyer Vine)[2]
Solanum campylacanthum (angulle)[1]
Sophora microphylla (Kowhai)[3]
Strelitzia reginae (Bird-of-paradise flower)[1]
Vernicia fordii (tungoil tree)[1]
Vitis vinifera (wine grape)[1]

Distribution

Israel, Puerto Rico & Vieques Island, Portugal, Poland, Norfolk Island, New Zealand, New Caledonia, Namibia (=South West Africa), Morocco, Mongolia, Romania, Malta, Turkey, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Zaire, Tanzania, Uganda, United Kingdom, United States of America, Yugoslavia, Madeira Islands, Lord Howe Island, Syria, Angola, Malawi, Algeria, Zimbabwe, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canary Islands, Chile, China, Colombia, Corsica, Crete, Cuba, Czech Republic, Kenya, Egypt, Italy, Lebanon, Iran, Hawaiian Islands, Greece, Germany, Georgia, France, Eritrea, Japan;

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Citations

Attributes / relations provided by 1Biological Records Centre Database of Insects and their Food Plants 2Jorrit H. Poelen, James D. Simons and Chris J. Mungall. (2014). Global Biotic Interactions: An open infrastructure to share and analyze species-interaction datasets. Ecological Informatics. 3New Zealand Institute for Plant & Food Research Plant-SyNZ™ database
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