First record of Diaphorina citri Kuwayama (Hemiptera: Psyllidae) from the Sultanate of Oman INSECTA MUNDI A Journal of World Insect Systematics

Talal Al-Zadjali, Muscat, Oman Rohani, Ibrahim, Ahmed Al-Rawahi, Barkat Al-Muz, Sultanate Nizwa, Of Oman
Insecta Mundi is a journal primarily devoted to insect systematics, but articles can be published on any non-marine arthropod taxon. Manuscripts considered for publication include, but are not limited to, systematic or taxonomic studies, revisions, nomenclatural changes, faunal studies, book reviews, phylogenetic analyses, biological or behavioral studies, etc. Insecta Mundi is widely distributed, and referenced or abstracted by several sources including the Zoological Record, CAB Abstracts,
more » ... , CAB Abstracts, etc. As of 2007, Insecta Mundi is published irregularly throughout the year, not as quarterly issues. As manuscripts are completed they are published and given an individual number. Manuscripts must be peer reviewed prior to submission, after which they are again reviewed by the editorial board to insure quality. One author of each submitted manuscript must be a current member of the Center for Systematic Entomology. Figure 2-5. Diaphorina citri and tree damage. 2) D. citri infested tree (Barka). 3) Distorted acid lime leaves. 4) Adult of D. citri (lateral view). 5) Sooty mold on acid lime leaves. 2 3 4 5