RMRS-RN-11WWW: Hosts and Geographic Distribution of Arceuthobium oxycedr


Table 1 -- Juniperus hosts of Arceuthobium oxycedri.

Preferred name

Name cited

Region and country of report

Referencea

1. J. communis
(Common juniper)

-

Western Europe

J. communis Portugal Lopez Saez, per. comm.

J. communis

Spain

19, 20, 58

J. communis

France

31

J. communis

Italy

18

-

Balkans

J. communis

Slovenia and Croatia (Istria)

31

J. communis

Bulgaria

15, 31

2. J. convallium

-

Indian subcontinent and western China

J. convallium

China (Tibet)

GOET

3. J. drupacea
(Syrian juniper)

-

Balkans

J. drupacea

Greece

13

-

Russia and Former Soviet Republics

J. drupacea

Ukraine (Crimea)

44

-

Near East

J. drupacea

Turkey

49

Arceuthos drupacea

Lebanon

52

4. J. excelsa
(Grecian juniper)

-

Russia and Former Soviet Republics

J. excelsa

Ukraine (Crimea)

35, 36, 44

-

Near East

J. excelsa

Turkey

31

5. J. polycarpos

-

Russia and Former Soviet Republics

J. polycarpos

Azerbaijan

27

J. seravschanica

Ukraine (Crimea)

35, 36, 44

J. seravschanica

Uzbekistan

17

J. seravschanica

Tajikistan

54

-

Indian subcontinent and western China

J. excelsa

Pakistan

21, 22

J. macropoda

Pakistan

75

J. polycarpos

Pakistan

11, 31

J. excelsa

India

24

J. macropoda

India

14, 31

J. polycarpos

India

12, 31

6. J. foetidissima
(Stinking juniper)

-

Russia and Former Soviet Republics

J. foetidissima

Ukraine (Crimea)

44

-

Near East

J. foetidissima

Turkey

31

7 J. oblonga

-

Russia and Former Soviet Republics

J. oblonga

Azerbaijan

26

8 J. oxycedrus
(Prickly juniper)

-

Northern Africa

J. oxycedrus

Morocco

31, 47

J. oxycedrus

Algeria

47

-

Western Europe

J. oxycedrus

Spain

14, 19, 20, 31, 58

J. oxycedrus

France

27, 31

J. rufescens

France

60

J. oxycedrus

Italy

18

-

Balkans

J. oxycedrus

Croatia (Istria)

31

J. oxycedrus

Bulgaria

15

J. rufescens

Greece

31

-

Russia and Former Soviet Republics

J. oxycedrus

Ukraine (Crimea)

35, 36, 44

J. oxycedrus

Ukraine (Crimea)

35, 36, 44

J. rufescens

Ukraine (Crimea)

31

J. marschallianus

Ukraine (Crimea)

31

-

Near East

J. oxycedrus

Turkey

31, 49

J. oxycedrus

Syria

52

J. oxycedrus

Lebanon

52

J. oxycedrus

Iraq

31, 69

8a. J. oxycedrus ssp. macrocarpa

J. macrocarpa

Turkey

M

9. J. phoenicea
(Phoenician juniper)

-

Northern Africa

J. phoenicea

Morocco

47

-

Western Europe

J. phoenicea

Spain

19, 20

J. phoenicea

France

28, 31

10. J. pseudosabina
(Xinjiang juniper)

-

Russia and Former Soviet Republics

J. turkestanica

Tajikistan

54

11. J. sabina
(Savin or Savin juniper)

-

Western Europe

J. sabina

Spain (rare)

20

-

Russia and Former Soviet Republics

J. sabina

Ukraine (Crimea)b

36, 44

-

Near East

J. sabina

Iran

55

12. J. semiglobosa
(Russian juniper)

-

Russia and Former Soviet Republics

J. semiglobosa

Ukraine (Crimea)b

44

J. semiglobosa

Uzbekistan

17

J. semiglobosa

Tajikistan

54

13. J. squamata

-

Indian subcontinent and western China

J. squamata

China (Tibet)

GOET

14. J. tibetica
(Tibet juniper)

-

Indian subcontinent and western China

Sabina tibetica

China (Tibet)

42, GOET

15. J. thurifera
(Spanish juniper)

-

Western Europe

J. thurifera

Spain (rare)

20

-

Russia and Former Soviet Republics

J. thurifera

Ukraine (Crimea)b

36, 44

16. J. virginiana
(Eastern red-cedar)

-

Russia and Former Soviet Republics

J. virginiana

Ukraine (Crimea)b

36

17. J. wallichiana
(Wallich juniper)

-

Indian subcontinent and western China

Sabina wallichiana

China (Tibet)

41

a See References and Methods.

b Host not native to the reported country.


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