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Infection of Tomicus piniperda (Col., Scolytidae) with Canningia tomici sp. n. (Microsporidia, Unikaryonidae).

Kohlmayr, B. ; Weiser, J. ; Wegensteiner, R. ; Händel, U. ; Zizka, Z.

Anzeiger für Schädlingskunde 2003 Vol 76 No. 3 pp. 65-73;

Abstract

Canningia tomici sp. n. (Microsporidia, Unikaryonidae) infects the midgut epithelium, the gut muscules, Malpighian tubules, connective tissues, adipose tissues and the gonads of the pine shoot beetle, Tomicus piniperda (L.) (Coleoptera, Scolytidae). The infection is present in populations of Tomicus piniperda in Europe and in the United States. Uninucleate oval single spores occur in two sizes: 2.8±0.4×1.4±0.4 µm and 3.8±0.3×2.0±0.2 µm. The polar filament of this microsporidium is fixed subapically in a flat anchoring disc. The thick posterior lamellae of the binary polaroplast are asymmetric due to the lateral fixation of the polar filament.