2018
DOI: 10.1590/1519-6984.169502
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Abstract: In this study, we report the first records and morphological characterization of galls in a Cerrado area in western Bahia, Brazil. The data were collected monthly over two hours between March and September 2015. Fifteen gall morphotypes were found in twelve plant species distributed among seven families. The plant family with the greatest richness of galls was Fabaceae (n = 8). The following gall morphologies were found: globoid, lenticular, marginal leaf roll, conical, cylindrical, fusiform, spherical and poc… Show more

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“…Micropholis sp. (n = 2) 8 1.1 Sapotaceae (n = 2) Delfinópolis, MG (Urso-Guimarães et al 2003) Leguminosae (n = 4) Bauhinia (n = 2) Bauhinia ungulata L. (n = 2) 8 1.1 (Urso-Guimarães et al 2017;Lima and Calado 2018;Silva et al 2018), are reported here as super-host genera.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 86%
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“…Micropholis sp. (n = 2) 8 1.1 Sapotaceae (n = 2) Delfinópolis, MG (Urso-Guimarães et al 2003) Leguminosae (n = 4) Bauhinia (n = 2) Bauhinia ungulata L. (n = 2) 8 1.1 (Urso-Guimarães et al 2017;Lima and Calado 2018;Silva et al 2018), are reported here as super-host genera.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 86%
“…Five insect orders-Hemiptera, Hymenoptera, Thysanoptera, and Collembola-have been identified as composing the arthropod fauna associated with galls in the study area in the municipality of Caetité in areas of gallery forest, cerrado s.s., and caatinga-cerrado transition vegetation (Costa et al 2014a, b;Nogueira et al 2016;Silva et al 2018;Vieira et al 2018). The parasitoids are the most abundant natural enemies of galling species in different Brazilian formations (Araújo et al 2011;Bergamini et al 2017;Lima and Calado 2018;Silva et al 2018). The inquilines associated with the galls on H. martiana, Ocotea lancifolia, and Annona leptopetala belonged to the Hemiptera and Thysanoptera, while, the fauna of successors was composed of Collembola.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The fusiform morphotype of A. humilis induced by Lopesia andirae (Cecidomyiidae) was recorded in the states of Bahia (Lima and Calado, 2018), Mato Grosso (Garcia et al, 2017), and São Paulo (Saito and Urso-Guimarães, 2012). Five new records were found, three in the state of Minas Gerais (Luz et al, 2012) and two in Paraíba (exsiccates).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Host plant species have very specific interconnection with galling species (Arriola et al, 2016;Carneiro et al, 2009;Lima & Calado, 2018;Shorthouse et al, 2005). This specificity is demonstrated by the fact that several plants are hosts for a diversity of gall morphotypes, which shows that each plant species presents different stimuli to different galling species (Arriola et al, 2016;Araújo, Scareli-Santos, Guilherme, & Cuevas-Reyes, 2013;Isaias, Oliveira, Carneiro, & Kraus, 2014;Shorthouse et al, 2005).…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%