Anisopilothrips venustulus (Priesner, 1923)

Elie, Ntirenganya, Yajin, Li, Yanlan, Xie, Yanli, Zhou & Hongrui, Zhang, 2021, Checklist of the suborder Terebrantia (Thysanoptera): generic diversity and species composition in Xishuangbanna, Yunnan Province, China, Biodiversity Data Journal 9, pp. 72670-72670 : 72670

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scientific name

Anisopilothrips venustulus (Priesner, 1923)
status

 

Anisopilothrips venustulus (Priesner, 1923)

Heliothrips venustulus Priesner, 1923: 89

Astrothrips angulatus Hood, 1925: 50. Synonymised by Wilson (1975).

Materials

Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: E.N. & X.Y. L; individualID: 2018-V-30 | 2019-V-18 | 2019-V-16; individualCount: 6; sex: 1 male, 5 females; lifeStage: adults; occurrenceID: YAU5082020 Tt 2; Taxon: scientificNameAuthorship: Anisopilothrips venustulus (Priesner); Location : country: China; stateProvince: Yunnan; municipality: Xishuangbanna ; locality: Mengla (Menglun), Jinghong ; decimalLatitude: 30.3427; decimalLongitude: 119.4338; Identification : identifiedBy: Xie Yanlan ; dateIdentified: 2019; identificationReferences: (ThripsWiki 2020); Event : samplingProtocol: sweeping and shaking; eventDate: 30/05/2018, 16-18/05/2019; Record Level : collectionID: thrips; institutionCode: YAU5082020; collectionCode: terebrantia; basisOfRecord: preserved specimen GoogleMaps GoogleMaps

Ecological interactions

Feeds on

leaves and collected from tea tree, lotus, wide plant varieties.

Distribution

Described from Grenada. Recorded from Florida USA, widely around the Caribbean, also Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia, Australia, Fiji ( Mound and Marullo 1996) and China.

Diagnosis

Female macropterous; Body brown to yellowish-brown, abdomen often yellow (Fig. 3 View Figure 3 ), antennal segments I-VI largely yellow with brown apices; tarsi yellow, hind tibiae yellow with small brown area, fore wings brown with small pale cross bands sub-basally, medially and at apex; antennae 8-segmented, III and IV with simple sense cone, segment VIII twice as long as VII. Pronotum reticulated; the presence of a complete longitidinal division on the mesonotum; fore wing curved forward at apex with two veins, first vein with about five dark setae and two setae distally, second vein with a row of widely-spaced setae.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Thysanoptera

Family

Thripidae

Genus

Anisopilothrips

Loc

Anisopilothrips venustulus (Priesner, 1923)

Elie, Ntirenganya, Yajin, Li, Yanlan, Xie, Yanli, Zhou & Hongrui, Zhang 2021
2021
Loc

Astrothrips angulatus

Hood 1925
1925
Loc

Heliothrips venustulus

Priesner 1923
1923