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Wheat stem sawfly
Cephus cinctus, also known as wheat stem sawfly, is a slow flying, yellow and black colored, destructive pest found mainly in western North America. The adult fly grows to a length of 7 to 12 mm. Males are considerably smaller than females. However, they are delicate and short lived. The species has a wide host range that includes all large-stemmed grasses except oats, Avena sativa L. It is known as a chronic pest in Northern Great Plains of the United States and also an important pest of wheat in the Canadian Prairies. The species is distributed widely in various regions of the USA and Canada.
Robertson HM, Waterhouse RM, Walden KKO, Ruzzante L, Reijnders MJMF, Coates BS, Legeai F, Gress JC, Biyiklioglu S, Weaver DK, Wanner KW, Budak H. Genome Sequence of the Wheat Stem Sawfly, Cephus cinctus, Representing an Early-Branching Lineage of the Hymenoptera, Illuminates Evolution of Hymenopteran Chemoreceptors.. Genome biology and evolution. 2018 11 01; 10(11):2997-3011.
|Cephus cinctus Transposable Elements||REPET||Jun 25th, 2018|
|Cephus cinctus genome assembly Ccin1 (GCF_000341935.1)||SOAPdenovo||Jul 9th, 2014|
|Cephus cinctus annotations cepcin_OGSv1.1||GFF3toolkit||May 15th, 2020|