Neohydatothrips samayunkur Kudo

Wang, Chin-Ling, 2007, Hydatothrips and Neohydatothrips (Thysanoptera, Thripidae) of East and South Asia with three new species from Taiwan, Zootaxa 1575 (1), pp. 47-68: 62-65

publication ID

http://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.1575.1.3

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scientific name

Neohydatothrips samayunkur Kudo
status

 

Neohydatothrips samayunkur Kudo  

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Hydatothrips (Neohydatothrips) samayunkur Kudo, 1995: 169  

Female macropterous: Body generally brown, median of abdominal tergites I–III and tergites IV–VI paler. Antennal segments I & II brown, III–V yellowish with apical brown area more significant posteriorly, VI– VIII brown. Forewing with sub-basal, median and apical paler areas.. Ocellar setae III situated outside of ocellar triangle. Occiput apodeme with a distance to posterior margin of eyes. Pronotum with weak reticles outside of blotch, blotch with dense transverse striae. Forewing second vein without seta, posterior comb on abdominal segements II–VI lacking in the median, tergite VII and VIII with posterior comb complete. Sternites without discal setae.

Specimens examined: TAIWAN, Nantou: Hsin-I, 15 females on Tagetes patula   (marigold), 18-i-2000   ; Nantou: Rnai , 23 females on Artemisia capillaris   , 25-i-2002   ; Nantou: Chingjing , 10 females on Artemisia capillaris   , 1-ii-2002   .

Remarks: This thrips was found at high densities on its host plant, and the leaves turned to a gray color. Its distribution includes Asia, Central and South America, Australia ( Nakahara, 1999). The reported hosts were

all marigolds ( Tagetes erecta   , T. minuta   and Tagetes spp.   ). This is the first record of the species from plants of the genus Artemisia   ( Asteraceae   ).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Thysanoptera

Family

Thripidae

Genus

Neohydatothrips

Loc

Neohydatothrips samayunkur Kudo

Wang, Chin-Ling 2007
2007
Loc

Hydatothrips (Neohydatothrips) samayunkur

Kudo 1995: 169
1995