Lymantor


Type species

Lymantor sepicola Lovendal

Adapted from Wood 1982, p. 706-708


Diagnosis

Among the Dryocoetina, Lymantor can be distinguished by the 4-segmented antennal funicle and the procurved basal area of the club with the distal area flattened.


Description

Species in this genus range from 1.5 to 1.9 mm in length and are approximately 2.8 times as long as wide. Their color is reddish brown. The pronotum is longer than wide and the anterior third is asperate. The scutellum is small. The declivity is convex with a vestiture of hair-like setae and is unarmed. The anterior margin of the compound eye is emarginate. The scape is longer than the 4-segmented funicle. The club is oval to near circular, with two procurved sutures. The procoxae are contiguous.


Distribution

North America and Europe


World fauna

Number of species: 5, Native species: 2, Introduced species: 0


Hosts

Acer, Hamamelis, Rhus, Salix