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Search this siteAphididae : Aphidinae : Macrosiphini : Eucarazzia Genus EucarazziaMint aphidsOn this page: EucarazziaelegansEucarazzia [Macrosiphini]Eucarazzia have the antennal tubercles well developed, not converging, and quite smooth like the head. True apterae probably have no secondary rhinaria on the antennae, but the few known (alatiform ) apterae have a few rhinaria on segments III & IV. In the alate, the veins of the wings all have a dark spot where they reach the margin of the wing, but the veins are not bordered with brown or black. The abdominal tergum in apterae is membranous; in alatae there is a central sclerite. The stigmal pores are reniform. First tarsal segments have 3 hairs. Siphunculi are very strongly swollen, with a few rows of hexagonal reticulation at the apex. The cauda is minute, very short and rather acute.The genus has only one species, Eucarazzia elegans, feeding on mints (Mentha) and other Lamiaceae. It is anholocyclic in warm humid climates, but holocyclic in Iran where there is a hot summer and cold winter. It is probably endemic to the Mediterranean area, Middle East or South Asia, but is now found over much of Europe, Australia, Africa south of the Sahara, western USA and South America. Eucarazzia elegans (Mediterranean mint aphid) Near cosmopolitanAdult apterae of Eucarazzia elegans (see first picture below) have a pale yellow-green membranous dorsum, with a few darker green blotches, and sometimes a sparse covering of fine wax. Antennal tubercles are rather low, not converging, and the median frontal tubercle is only just visible. Their antennae are pale with the apices of segments III-VI dark, and a terminal process that is about 4 times as long as the base of segment VI. There are a few secondary rhinaria on segments III and IV. The rostrum does not reach the hind coxae, and the apical rostral segment is about 1.5 times the length of the second hind tarsal segment. The legs are pale, with dark apices to the tibiae. They have strongly swollen siphunculi (cf. most other aphid species on mint, including Ovatus mentharius, which do not have strongly swollen siphunculi). The siphunculi are pale with the basal part of the swollen area and the apex brownish; the swollen part of the siphunculi is 2-3 times as wide as the basal part of the siphunculi, and there is a small but distinct flange. The cauda is pale with 5-7 hairs, hardly longer than wide, and only 0.14-0.17 times the length of the siphunculi.
If the pharmacologically-active alkaloids in plants aren't the only molecular aspects of plant culture that interest you, then you might enjoy the \"Nature's Barcodes\" exhibit as much as I did. I learned that biochemists and botanists have teamed-up in a project that will eventually produce a hand-held device that can \"read\" the genetic fingerprint of any plant from a tropic island nest - no phones, no lights, no motor cars - and instantly identify the exact species. First, however, they must catalogue all of the genetic information for this botanical library. Knowing how tedious such tasks are, they'll be here for a long, long time.
The biggest surprise for me was Brassia gireoudiana - they were miniature flowering Merlins! The only difference being that the long-limbed, pointy-hatted, floral wizards had long flowing yellow beards instead of white ones. Coincidentally, the professional basketball team in D.C. is the Washington Wizards. I suspect that this plant could be the seed of imagination for a NBA marketing consultant.
The Devil's tongue was grotesquely on display in the next exhibit, which was titled Medicinal Plants. The Bleeding-heart tree from the South Pacific took me back to Australia, which I visited two years ago. But upon entering the next room (South Lobby) familiar molecules in the air swept me back almost twenty-five years in a heartbeat. I was blissfully aware of the Gardenia plants before I saw them - a long beautiful row - because his particular plant was the bouquet of choice when Tara McConnell became Tara MacDougall.
Owen's Han Vase is representative of the changesin craft making brought on by America's Machine Age. By the 1930s, massproduction nearly obliterated the demand for the hand-made work of fiber,clay and wood. The availability of glass and metal containers at the turnof the century threatened North Carolina's pottery lineage, the nation'soldest continuing ceramic tradition outside of Native American production.The marketing talents of Jacque and Julia Busbee, owners of Jugtown Potteryin Seagrove, NC, and the exceptional skill of their master potter, Ben Owen,became the model for traditional potters to adapt from producing crocks and jugs to more colorful forms and glazesin creating tourist wares vases, teapots, pitchers, tableware andspecialty items. Owen's talent at blending indigent pottery skills withthe inspirations of ancient Chinese ceramic forms to create his unique \"Orientalwares\" proved popular with visitors to Carolina resorts and with customersat the Busbees' crafts outlet in New York City. Collectors soon found theirway to the tiny town of Seagrove which continues to flourish today withapproximately 125 potteries and an innovative culture that blends studiopottery alongside traditional production methods.
\"The Mint Museum of Craft + Design continues to bean exciting work in progress,\" stated curator Melissa Post. \"Comingof Age illuminates the depth and breadth of the museum's craft collectionand the exciting frontier that awaits us in the field of design. Thoughthis is a long-term project, we have already begun to compile a 'wish list'of 20th century design icons we feel are crucial to this project. The recentacquisition of a rare, silver-plate Tri-legged Sugar Bowl (ca.1875-1880)by the \"father of Modern Design\", Dr. Christopher Dresser, isperhaps the most significant acquisition in this area. There has been anoutpouring of generosity by patrons interested in developing this area ofthe collection. In building our design collection, we hope the Mint Museumof Craft + Design will also become an important design resource, a leaderin the field of 20th and 21st century design.\" 59ce067264