Tainarys schini BreÁthes, BreAthes, 1920

Burckhardt, D. & Basset, Y., 2000, The jumping plant-lice (Hemiptera, Psylloidea) associated with Schinus (Anacardiaceae): systematics, biogeography and host plant relationships, Journal of Natural History 34 (1), pp. 57-155: 133

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http://doi.org/ 10.1080/002229300299688

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scientific name

Tainarys schini BreÁthes
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Tainarys schini BreÁthes  

Tainarys schini   BreÁ thes, 1920: 133. Lectotype,l Argentina: Buenos Aires, 10.xi.1919, Molle de Incienso (=? Schinus fasciculatus   ) (J. BreÁthes) ( MACN), designated by Burckhardt, 1987a  

Description of adult and larva by Lizer (1943), White and Hodkinson (1985) and Burckhardt (1987a).

Host plants, gall and biology. Schinus fasciculatus (Grieseb.) Johnston   (reported as Molle de Incienso, Schinus dependens   or Schinus polygamus   ). Producing barrelshaped leaf margin rolls (BreÁthes, 1920; Houard, 1933; Lizer, 1943; Lizer and Molle, 1945).

Distribution. Argentina (Buenos Aires), Uruguay (Montevideo, Rocha); previously reported by BreÁthes (1920), Lizer (1943), Hodkinson and White (1981), Burckhardt (1987a) and Burckhardt and Lauterer (1989).

Material examined. Argentina: 3 larvae, Vicente Lopez. Uruguay   : 1 adult, 9 larvae, Montevideo, 29.vi.1943, Schinus sp.   (H. L. Parker and A. Silveira); 1 m, Rocha, Chuy, Fuerte de San Miguel , 12.x.1995 (A. Baz). Dry and slide mounted ( NHMB)   .

MACN

Museo Argentino de Ciencias Naturales Bernardino Rivadavia

NHMB

Natural History Museum Bucharest

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Hemiptera

Family

Aphalaridae

Genus

Tainarys