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As a biological control agent, the Harrisia cactus mealybug was collected originally on species of Cactoideae from western Argentina to central Paraguay and identified as Hypogeococcus festerianus (Lizer y Trelles) (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) (McFadyen & Tomley 1978, 1981).
Las caracteristicas anatomicas observadas en Mammillaria uncinata son similares a las descritas para otras especies de Cactoideae (Terrazas y Arias, 2003; Salinas-Revilla y Alvarez-Moscoso, 2006; dos Santos Garcia et al., 2012).
En la subfamilia Cactoideae se encontraron Neoraimondia arequipensis subsp.
2010) and is closely related to Hypogeococcus festerianus (Lizer & Trelles), which was introduced into Australia and South Africa as a biological control agent against invasive cacti from the subfamily Cactoideae. However, these species are very similar, and the actual species identity might have been confused due to taxonomic uncertainty and differences in host plant specificity (Zimmermann et al.
The remaining Cactaceae species are either close relatives to the Trichocereeae from the Core Cactoideae II clade that also includes the Trichocereeae (Hernandez-Hernandez et al., 2011) or from early diverging lines of the subfamily Opuntioideae (Griffith & Portery, 2009).
Increased water storage capacity in cactus wood: a study in the tribe Cereeae (Cactoideae, Cactaceae).
It is concluded that some morphological characteristics of fruits and seeds can be used to support further systematic studies of Cactoideae genera and will contribute new knowledge for their potential use and conservation.
En la presente nota cientifica se presenta algunos aspectos taxonomicos y estado de conservacion de dos de estas especies de la subfamilia Cactoideae, Melocactus peruvianus Vaupel y Neoraimondia arequipensis subsp.
Epidermal and hypodermal characteristics in North America Cactoideae (Cactaceae).
Seed-diversity in the Cactaceae Subfamily Cactoideae. Succulent Plant Research, 5: 1-173.
Deletions in the plastid trnT-trnL intergenic spacer define clades within Cactaceae subfamily Cactoideae. Pl.
roseiflora, perteneciente a familia Cactaceae, sub familia Cactoideae, tribu Browningieae, fue descrita originalmente por Meyen en 1833 como Cereus arequipensis y mas tarde redescrita por Schumann en 1903 como Pilocereus macrostibas (Anderson, 2001).