Neohydatothrips plynopygus (Karny)

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

publication ID

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

DOI

http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5098260

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http://treatment.plazi.org/id/03B787DA-223D-4954-8194-519F17B7FA21

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scientific name

Neohydatothrips plynopygus (Karny)
status

 

Neohydatothrips plynopygus (Karny)   . comb. n.

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Anaphothrips plynopygus Karny 1925: 29   .

Zonothrips luridus Ananthakrishnan 1967: 115   . syn. n.

Female macropterous: Body brown, abdominal tergites V–VI, median 1/3 to 1/4 of tergites I–VI yellowish brown, tergite X yellow; antecostal ridge broken medially o tergite I, pale medially on IV–VII or VIII; antennal segments I–V grayish white except apex of IV & V grayish, VI & VII grayish brown; all femora dark brown, tibiae and tarsi yellow; forewings brown with sub-basal, submedian and apical pale bands. Ocellar setae III situated between front and posterior ocelli, outside ocellar triangle; occipital apodeme close to posterior margin of eyes, but not touching. Pronotum including blotch covered with transversely reticulated striae, clear longitudinal wrinkles between the striae. Forewing first vein setal row complete, second vein with 2 distal setae. Median pair setae on abdominal tergites II–VII situated on antecostal ridges; posterior margin of II– VI without comb medially; tergites VII & VIII with long and complete comb. Sternites II–VI with paired specialized sclerites laterally, anterior portion of sternite VII forming 2 protuberances, sternites without discal setae.

Male: Similar to female in color and shape. Abdominal sternites III–VII with large glandular areas; sternite VII normal without protuberances, no glandular area.

Specimens examined: TAIWAN, Pingdung , Kending, 9 females, 7 males on Imperata cylindrical var. major   , 14-iv-1993   ; Pingdung , Manshu, 28 females, 1 male on grasses, 21-xi-2001   .

Remarks: The holotype of Anaphothrips plynopygus Karny   from Indonesia (Sumatra) and specimens of Zonothrips luridus Anathakrishnan   from India were examined in the Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt, Germany by R. zur Strassen and L. A. Mound. The synonymy was indicated on the World list of Thysanoptera ( Mound, 2007)   but has not previously been formally published. There are specimens of this species in the Australian National Insect Collection, Canberra, from Bali and from northern Australia (Darwin) (teste L.A. Mound).

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Thysanoptera

Family

Thripidae

Genus

Neohydatothrips

Loc

Neohydatothrips plynopygus (Karny)

Wang, Chin-Ling 2007
2007
Loc

Zonothrips luridus

Ananthakrishnan, T. N. 1967: 115
1967
Loc

Anaphothrips plynopygus

Karny, H. H. 1925: 29
1925