Julian Hodgson

Julian Hodgson
Independent Researcher

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Introduction
Ecology and life cycle of aphids of the genus Stomaphis Walker.

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A rare bronze colour morph of the endangered Tansy Beetle, Chrysolina graminis (L.) is described from specimens recorded during surveys at Woodwalton Fen National Nature Reserve in Cambridgeshire in 2017 and 2021. Comparisons with aberrant varieties of C. graminis described in the literature show that the bronze morph is similar to the bronze aberr...
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The giant aphid Stomaphis wojciechowskii Depa and its specialist hymenopteran parasitoid Protaphidius wissmannii Ratzeburg are both recorded as new to Britain on the basis of specimens collected during 2018 from multiple sites in northwest Cambridgeshire (United Kingdom). We briefly describe the biology and ecology of the aphid. Molecular analysis...
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The first description of the hitherto unknown alate morph of the recently discovered giant aphid species Stomaphis wojciechowskii Depa is presented, based on examination of specimens collected in the United Kingdom and Poland in 2018. A key for the determination of known alate morphs of the genus Stomaphis is provided. Morphological comparisons are...

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To examine the ecology and life-cycle of the pale giant oak aphid Stomaphis wojciechowskii in Britain and compare/contrast with previous studies conducted in continental Europe.
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To examine the ecology and life-cycle of the giant maple aphid Stomaphis (Parastomaphis) graffii in Britain and compare/contrast with previous studies conducted in continental Europe.