Thrips subnudula (Karny),

Mound, Laurence A., 2010, Species of the Genus Thrips (Thysanoptera, Thripidae) from the Afro-tropical Region, Zootaxa 2423, pp. 1-24: 16

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http://doi.org/ 10.5281/zenodo.194532

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Thrips subnudula (Karny)
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Thrips subnudula (Karny) 

Ramaswamiahiella subnudula Karny, 1926: 208 

This is a widespread Oriental species that has also been recorded from Nigeria ( Mound & Masumoto, 2005) and South Africa (zur Strassen, 2006). It is remarkable within the genus for the large number of marginal setae on the sternites ( Fig. 55View FIGURES 44 – 56).

Diagnosis. Body and legs yellow, antennal segments III –V brown distally; forewings pale. Antennae 7 - segmented. Ocellar setae III small, arising within ocellar triangle behind fore ocellus. Pronotum with numerous small discal setae, 2 pairs of short posteroangular setae; posterior margin with 4–5 pairs of setae. Metanotum with irregular longitudinal reticulation medially; median setae small, well behind anterior margin; campaniform sensilla present. Forewing first vein with 3 setae on distal half. Tergite VIII with comb broadly interrupted medially, with a few small microtrichia laterally ( Fig. 56View FIGURES 44 – 56); pleurotergites with 4–8 discal setae, also rows of ciliate microtrichia; sternite II with 8 marginal setae, III –VI with about 12 marginal setae ( Fig. 55View FIGURES 44 – 56), VII with 3 pairs of marginal setae; sternite II with about 6 discal setae, III –VI with up to 18 discal setae in a single row, VII with about 20 discal setae in a double row ( Fig. 55View FIGURES 44 – 56).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Thysanoptera

Family

Thripidae

Genus

Thrips

Loc

Thrips subnudula (Karny)

Mound, Laurence A. 2010
2010
Loc

Ramaswamiahiella subnudula

Karny 1926: 208
1926