Thrips orientalis (Bagnall),

Mound, Laurence A., 2010, Species of the Genus Thrips (Thysanoptera, Thripidae) from the Afro-tropical Region, Zootaxa 2423, pp. 1-24: 11-12

publication ID

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

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scientific name

Thrips orientalis (Bagnall)
status

 

Thrips orientalis (Bagnall) 

Isoneurothrips orientalis Bagnall, 1915: 593  Thrips hispidipennis Hood, 1932: 122 

This common Asian species has been recorded from Africa only rarely, the synonym having been described from Tanzania. It is found usually in the perfumed white flowers of Jasminum  and Gardenia  .

Diagnosis. Body and legs brown; tarsi and antennal III and base of IV yellow; forewings uniformly brown. Antennae 7 -segmented, III and IV elongate with apex constricted, VII small. Ocellar setae III small, on anterior margins of triangle; postocular setae pair II minute. Pronotum with 2 pairs of long posteroangular setae. Metanotum with equiangular reticles, usually with distinctive internal markings ( Fig. 35View FIGURES 31 – 43); median setae long, arising well behind anterior margin; campaniform sensilla absent. Forewing first vein with 8 or more setae on distal half, row sometimes complete; clavus with subapical seta longer than the apical seta. Tergites with no sculpture near campaniform sensilla; VIII with comb absent medially, several small microtrichia laterally ( Fig. 36View FIGURES 31 – 43); pleurotergites without discal setae. Sternal discal setae variable, sometimes absent but III –VI usually with 2–6 discal setae placed laterally.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Thysanoptera

Family

Thripidae

Genus

Thrips

Loc

Thrips orientalis (Bagnall)

Mound, Laurence A. 2010
2010
Loc

Isoneurothrips orientalis

Hood 1932: 122
Bagnall 1915: 593
1915