Tetranychus gloveri Banks 1900

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: 32

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

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scientific name

Tetranychus gloveri Banks 1900
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Tetranychus gloveri Banks 1900  

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Non-type specimens examined, Caribbean: 1 female, 1 male, Anse Maréchal Hotel , Saint Barthélemy, 1.iv. 1998, G.J. Moraes, ex Livistona sp.   ( Arecaceae   ), det. C.H.W. Flechtmann, ESALQ Zool. No. 2473   . 1 female, 1 male, Vauclin , Martinique, 2.v.1997, G.J. Moraes, ex Brassica oleracea   ( Brassicaceae   ), det. C.H.W. Flechtmann, ESALQ Zool. No. 2356. All ZCESA   .

Australia: Northern Territory: 4 females, 4 males, Stokes Hill Wharf, Darwin, 3.xii.2008, L. Zhang, ex leaves Spider Lily Hymenocallis littoralis   ( Amaryllidaceae   ). In QM   .

Comparative specimens of Oligonychus digitatus   examined, Australia: Queensland: 17 females, Murgon, xi.1931, J.A.W., webbing on Rhodes Grass Chloris gayana   ( Poaceae   ) ( J10359 View Materials , J10360 View Materials ). 5 females, Brigalow, 27.xi.1942, ex Rhodes Grass. Burncluith near Chinchilla, A.R.P., 1953, ex grass ( J10361 View Materials –10366). 3 females, 1

male, Brisbane, 21.ix.1953, ex Blue Couch Grass Digitaria didactyla   ( Poaceae   ), A.R.B. ( J10367 View Materials -10370). All in SAMA. New South Wales: 9 females, Blackburn, 17.xi.1948, S.L.A., ex Buffalo Grass ( Poaceae   ) lawn ( J10357 View Materials ). 17 females, Leeton, 22.i.1942, ex Kikuyu grass Pennistum clandestinum   ( Poaceae   ) ( J10355 View Materials , J10356 View Materials ). All in SAMA. Victoria: 3 females, 1 male, Melbourne, iii.1942, R.T.M.P., ex Buffalo Grass. Remounted and identified by Davis (1968b). In QDPI. All specimens originally misidentified as T. tumidus   by Womersley (1942) and Allonychus braziliensis   by Pritchard and Baker (1955).

QM

Queensland Museum

QDPI

Queensland Department of Primary Industries