HOLOTYPE: HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, Oahu, Waianae Mountains, behind Dillingham AFB, 26 April 1991, on Erythrina
A black, 2-millimeter-long wasp from East Africa is helping wage war on one of its own kind--the Erythrina
gall wasp (Quadrastichus erythrinae), an invasive species that has decimated Hawaii's wiliwili and coral bean trees.
Narae Park, California Institute of Technology -- Development of Palladium-Catalyzed Oxidative Transformation and Application in Synthesis of Erythrina
333[degrees]E), grassy hillside with scattered trees, in litter beneath Erythrina
Some reports show that, for example, foliage from Jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus) and Erythrina
variegata) are good protein sources and has a high intake potential for goats (Mui et al.
Other vegetal communities include seibales (Consocies of Erythrina
crista-galli), saucedales (Consocies of Salix humboldtiana) and riparian shrubs of Sesbania punicea.
45; ventral side of tibia IV usually with four spines Dysdera erythrina
Just a few are: Erythrina
variegata, Gyrocarpus americanus, Hibiscus rosa-sinensis, Hibiscus tiliaceus, Pterocarpus indicus, Polyscias and Pseuderanthemum spp, Jatropha curcas and bananas and plantains.
These genera, including Clerodendrum, Ficus, Erythrina
and Terminalia, are also present in subtropical and tropical rainforest and are known to be used by both Indigenous Australians and by the indigenous peoples of Southeast Asia (Golson 1971).
Soil nutrient levels decrease because of reduced accumulation of leaf litter and the absence of the leguminous, nitrogen-fixing trees, such as Inga and Erythrina
, commonly used in shaded plantations.
Different erythrinaline alkaloids have been isolated from the flowers and pods of Erythrina
lysistemon, and among them the new compounds are (+)-11[beta]-hydroxyerysotramidine, (+)11[beta]-hydroxyerysotrine N-oxide (69), and two C-11 epimers (70 and 71), (+)-11[beta]-methoxyerysotramidine N-oxide (72), (+)-11[beta]-hydroxyerysotrine, and 11-dehydroerysotrine (73).
2007) reported the ultrastructure of antennal sensilla of the erythrina
gall wasp (EGW) (Quadrastichus erythrinae Kim (Hymenoptera: Eulophidae), but their work did not record the number of sensilla and their positions on each antennal segment, and they also missed 1 kind of sensillum.