EPPO Global Database

Aproceros leucopoda(APRCLE)

Distribution details in Russia (Southern Russia)

Situation
Current pest situation evaluated by EPPO on the basis of information dated 2013: Present, no details
First recorded in: 2010
Comments
First found in 2010 in Krasnodar region, then in the Central Volga region near Ulyanovsk on Ulmus pumila. In 2011, large populations were observed in the Rostov region, also on Ulmus pumila.

According to Blummer (2015), previously known to occur in the southern part of the Russian Far East and now spreading in the European part of Russia: Southern Russia (Krasnodar, Rostov, Stavropol, Voronezh regions) and Central Russia (Ulyanovsk region and near Moscow (Pushkino)).
References
* Blummer AG (2015) Zig-zag elm saw fly Aproceros leucopoda Takeuchi, 1939 (Hymenoptera: Argidae) - economically significant pest of elm from East Asia, expanding invasive area in the European part of Russia. Plant Health Research and Practice 14(4), 17-19.

* Lengesova NA, Mishchenko AV (2013) Biology, ecology and molecular characterization of Aproceros leucopoda (Takeuchi, 1939) (Hymnenoptera: Argidae), pest of elms in the Middle Volga region. Caucasian Entomological Bulletin 9(1), 163-167.
Situation in neighbouring countries
Country State Status
China Gansu Present, no details view...
China Yunnan Present, no details view...
China Beijing Present, no details view...
China Present, no details view...
Estonia Present, restricted distribution view...
Kazakhstan Present, no details view...
Poland Present, no details view...
Ukraine Present, no details view...