Tetranychus ludeni Zacher, 1913

SEEMAN, OWEN D. & BEARD, JENNIFER J., 2011, Identification of exotic pest and Australian native and naturalised species of Tetranychus (Acari: Tetranychidae), Zootaxa 2961 (1), pp. 1-72: 42

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http://doi.org/ 10.11646/zootaxa.2961.1.1

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scientific name

Tetranychus ludeni Zacher, 1913
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Tetranychus ludeni Zacher, 1913  

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Non-type specimens examined, Australia: Queensland: 2 females, Nambour, 5.v.1966, D.A.I., ex Dahlia   ( Asteraceae   ), det. J.J.D. (N2021). 1 male, Elimbah, 22.ii.1966, J.H.B., ex Erigeron bidens   ( Asteraceae   ) and Sida sp.   ( Malvaceae   ), det. J.J.D. (N1788). 2 females, Montville, 5.xi.1963, D.A.I., ex Cucumber Cucumis sativa   ( Cucurbitaceae   ) (N957). 2 females, Brisbane, x.1964, A.R.B., ex Impatiens sp.   ( Balsaminaceae   ) (N2189). 1 female, Brisbane, 6.ix.1966, J.J.D, ex Oxalis sp.   ( Oxalidaceae   ) (N2249). 1 female, Beerwah, 10.xi.1967, J.J.D., ex Macadamia integrifolia   ( Proteaceae   ) (N2842). 3 females, Brisbane, 4.xi.1967, A.R.B., ex Gloxinia   ( Gesneriaceae   ) (N1618). 1 female, Kairi Research Station, 4.viii.1966, R.J. Elder, ex Teramnus uncinatus   ( Fabaceae   ) (N2216). 1 female, Nambour, 28.ix.1964, D.A.I., ex Passiflora edulis   ( Passifloraceae   ) (N1171). 3 females, Nambour, 21.viii.1964, D.A.I., ex Solanum torvum   ( Solanaceae   ) (N1123). All in QDPI. 2 females, 4 males, Miala National Park, J. Beard, ex Solanum sp.   All in QM. 2 females, Kingfisher Park, Birdwatcher’s Lodge, Lot 1, Mt Kooyong Rd, Julatten, 16°36’S 145°21’E, 23.iv.2002, J.J. Beard, ex guava Psidium sp.   ( Myrtaceae   ), Reg.#86699-86700. 8 females, 4 males, Goodnight Scrub NP, ca. 20 km NNW of Biggenden, 25°20’27’’S 151°54’52’’E, 30.viii.2005, J.J. Beard and P.I. Forster, ex Leucas zeylanicum   ( Lamiaceae   ), Reg.#89500-89508. 10 females, 6 males, Benarkin State Forest, AMG 417940 7023320, 15.x.1998, P. Bannick and D.E. Walter, ex Lantana camara   ( Verbenaceae   ). 3 females, 2 males, Lamington National Park Monument, 28°11’S 153°07’E, 30.xi.1999, D.E. Walter, ex leaves Lantana camara   , rainforest margin. 1 male, same data except 16.xii.1998. 1 female, 3 males, Conondale Ranges, Lobster Ck, 26°40’S 152°39’E, 20.xii.1998, D.E. Walter, ex Lantana camara   in riparian rainforest. 4 females, Palmerston NP, Goolagan Ck, 17°37’S, 145°46’E, 24.x.1997, D.E. Walter, ex Lantana camara   . 2 females, Atherton, Halloran’s Hill, 4.xii.1998, M. Shaw and D.E. Walter, ex Lantana camara   in rainforest. 8 females, Behana Ck, Site 2, South of Cairns, 17°10’S 145°50’E, 24.x.1997, D.E. Walter, ex Lantana camara   . All in UQIC. The specimens identified from L. camara   were originally identified as T. desertorum   . Western Australia: 4 females, South Perth, 6.vi.1968, P.J. Lawrence, ex oak (N3096). In QDPI. 5 females, 9 males, Department of Agriculture Glasshouse, Kensington, Perth, v.2005, J. Botha, ex Vicia faba   ( Fabaceae   ). In UQIC. Tasmania: 3 females, 4 males, “Inverquharity”, Richmond, 13.i.1988, damaging Mentha piperita   ( Lamiaceae   ) (N566, 68048; N567, 68049; N568, 68050; N569, 68051; N571, 68057; N572, 68054; N570, 68052). 2 females, 4 males, Hobart, 7.v.1961, ex Sweet Pea Lathyrus odoratus   ( Fabaceae   ), det. L.W. Miller (K297, 68099; K298, 68100; K299, 68101; H411, 68095; H412, 68094; H415, 68098). 1 female, Hobart, 13.vi.1961, ex Sweet Pea Lathyrus odoratus   , det. L.W. Miller (K296, 68106). 1 female, Ranga, Flinders Is., 12.viii.1954, ex Cape Gooseberry Physalis veruviana   ( Solanaceae   ), det. L.W.M. (G283, 68085). 2 males, Insectary, New Town, 26.ix.1957, ex bean ( Fabaceae   ), L.W.M. det. (G946, 68012; G948, 68015). All in DPITC.

Brazil: 1 female, 1 male, Piracicaba, SP, Brazil, 28.xii.1966, C.H.W. Flechtmann, ex Phaseolus vulgaris   ( Fabaceae   ), #741. 1 female, 1 male, Frei Rogério, Santa Catarina, 19.i.2000, I. Nora, ex leaves Pyrus communis   ( Rosaceae   ), ESALQ Zool. No. 2535. All in ZCESA. These specimens were originally identified as T. desertorum   .

Japan: 6 females, 6 males, Ibarak Pref., 17.x.1995, T. Gotoh, ex Goldenrod Solidago sp.   ( Asteraceae   ). In QM   .

QDPI

Queensland Department of Primary Industries

QM

Queensland Museum

UQIC

University of Queensland Insect Collection