Anaphothrips

Masumoto, Masami & Okajima, Shûji, 2017, Anaphothrips genus-group: key to world genera, with two new species and three new records from Japan (Thysanoptera, Thripidae), Zootaxa 4272 (2), pp. 201-220: 205-207

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https://doi.org/10.11646/zootaxa.4272.2.3

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Anaphothrips
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Key to genera of Anaphothrips   genus-group

(*: based on literature)

1. Pronotum with no long setae............................................................................. 2

-. Pronotum with one or two pairs of posteroangular setae...................................................... 27

2. Abdominal sternites without discal setae................................................................... 3

-. Abdominal sternites with discal setae..................................................................... 21

3. Abdominal tergites with no posteromarginal craspeda......................................................... 4

-. Abdominal tergites with broad or teeth-like craspeda along the posterior margin................................... 17

4. Pleurotergites with S6 setae in front of the posterior margin.................................................... 5

-. Pleurotergites with S6 setae at the posterior margin........................................................... 7

5. Antennal segments almost without microtrichia, V and VI same width and not constricted at their junction.... Nigritothrips   *

-. Antennal segments with microtrichia, V and VI not same width and more or less constricted at their junction............. 6

6. Abdominal tergites with posteroangular setae (S3) at the posterior margin, sternites II-VI with S1 setae at the posterior margin........................................................................................... Rubiothrips  

-. Abdominal tergites II –VII with posteroangular setae (S3) in front of the posterior margin, sternites II-VI with S1 setae in front of the posterior margin......................................................................... Belothrips  

7. Sensoria on antennal segments III and IV simple............................................................. 8

-. Sensoria on antennal segments III and IV usually forked, sometime simple on III................................... 9

8. Antennae 9-segmented; abdominal tergite VIII with posteromarginal comb; male tergite IX without stout setae medially............................................................................................. Agalmothrips   *

-. Antennae 8-segmented; abdominal tergite VIII without posteromarginal comb; male tergite IX with two pairs of stout setae medially................................................................................. Zurstrassenia  

9. Prosternal ferna divided............................................................................... 10

-. Prosternal ferna usually undivided, if divided MD setae on abdominal tergite IX short.............................. 11

10. Spinula present on both meso- and metasternal endofurca; prospinasternum absent; maxillary palpi 2-segmented..................................................................................................... Apsilothrips *

-. Spinula present on mesosternal endofurca only; prospinasternum broad and transverse; maxillary palpi 3-segmented........................................................................................... Eremiothrips   (in part)

11. Abdominal tergites with S1 setae closed to each other, much longer than their interval.............................. 12

-. Abdominal tergites with S1 setae not closed to each other, shorter than their interval................................ 13

12. Antennae 9-segmented; abdominal tergite VIII with complete posteromarginal comb. [New World].... Enneothrips   (in part)

-. Antennae 8-segmented; abdominal tergite VIII with no posteromarginal comb. [Europe]............ Tameothrips   (in part) *

13. Tarsi 1-segmented [Australia]................................................................ Dodonaeathrips  

-. Tarsi 2-segmented.................................................................................... 14

14. Abdominal tergite IX with MD setae well developed; antennal segments III and IV each with elongate apical neck................................................................................................. Aurantothrips   *

-. Abdominal tergite IX with MD setae small; antennal segments III and IV each without elongate apical neck............. 15

15. Basantra with a pair of setae.................................................................. Flavidothrips   *

-. Basantra with no setae................................................................................. 16

16. Postocular setae scattered; mesothoracic pleurosternal suture absent................................... Palmiothrips  

-. Postocular setae uniserial, sometime a seta behind setal row but not scattered; mesothoracic pleurosternal suture present.............................................................................................. Anaphothrips  

17. Abdominal tergites with large teeth-like posteromarginal craspeda; usually apterous................. Hemianaphothrips   *

-. Abdominal tergites with broad, not teeth-like, posteromarginal craspeda; macropterous or apterous.................... 18

18. Apterous; antennal segments III and IV with simple sensoria; abdominal tergite VIII with broad posteromarginal craspeda, no microtrichia................................................................................ Apterothrips  

-. macropterous; antennal segments III and IV with forked sensoria; abdominal tergite VIII with posteromarginal comb..... 1 9

19. Abdominal tergites with S1 setae closed to each other, longer than their interval....................... Charassothrips   *

-. Abdominal tergites with S1 setae shorter than their interval................................................... 20

20. Abdominal sternites with 3 pairs of posteromarginal setae, setae arising from much in front of the posterior margin; postocular setae 4 pairs [Australia]....................................................................... Pandrathrips

-. Abdominal sternites with 4 pairs of posteromarginal setae, setae arising from near the posterior margin; postocular setae 3 pairs [New World]........................................................................ Ameranathrips *

21. Abdominal tergites without broad posteromarginal craspeda................................................... 22

-. Abdominal tergites with broad posteromarginal craspeda..................................................... 23

22. Macropterous; abdominal tergites with S1 setae closed to each other, much longer than their interval, S2 setae long, about half length of S1 setae; antennal segments III and IV with forked sensoria........................... Psilothrips   (in part) *

-. Apterous; abdominal tergites with S1 and S2 setae minute; antennal segments III and IV with simple sensoria.. Aptinothrips  

23. Abdominal tergites VIII with complete posteromarginal comb................................................. 24

-. Abdominal tergite VIII without posteromarginal comb....................................................... 25

24. Antennae 8-segmented; abdominal tergites with S1 setae closed to each other, much longer than half length of the tergite.............................................................................................. Baileyothrips  

-. Antennae 9-segmented; abdominal tergites with S1 setae not closed to each other, shorter than half length of the tergite............................................................................................... Desartathrips *

25. Antennal segment III with forked sensorium; body covered with reticulations often having internal longitudinal wrinkles; always macropterous......................................................................... Dictyothrips   *

-. Antennal segment III with simple sensorium; body not covered with such reticulations; usually apterous............... 26

26. Prosternal ferna broad and plate like, often divided at middle.......................................... Caprithrips  

-. Prosternal ferna slender at middle, not divided................................................... Ozanaphothrips  

27. Pronotum with two pairs of posteroangular setae............................................................ 28

-. Pronotum with a pair of posteroangular setae............................................................... 30

28. Abdominal tergite VIII with posteromarginal comb, X with short thorn-like S1 setae, sternite III with two pore plates................................................................................................. Helenothrips

-. Abdominal tergite VIII with no posteromarginal comb, X without short thorn-like S1 setae, sternite III with no pore plates. 29

29. Prosternal ferna divided; ocellar setae pair III, posteroangular setae and posteromarginal setae on pronotum much stouter than remaining setae......................................................................... Hyalopterothrips   *

-. Prosternal ferna un divided; head and pronotum without such stout setae......................... Tameothrips   (in part)*

30. Three pairs of postocular setae arranged in longitudinal line along inner margin of the compound eyes; pronotum with one pair of posteroangular setae; antennae 9-segmented; abdominal tergite VIII with complete posteromarginal comb, sternites with discal setae................................................................................ Psydrothrips   *

-. Postocular setae arranged transverse row or scattered behind the compound eyes; other character states variable.......... 31

31. Antennal segment III with simple sensorium............................................................... 32

-. Antennal segment III with forked sensorium............................................................... 34

32. Antennae 8-segmented; tarsi 1-segmented; abdominal tergite VIII without posteromarginal comb.......... Thermothrips   *

-. Antennae 9-segmented; tarsi 2-segmented; abdominal tergite VIII with complete posteromarginal comb................ 33

33. Abdominal tergites with teeth-like fringe along the posterior margin; postocular setal row uniserial..... Odontanaphothrips   *

-. Abdominal tergites without posteromarginal fringe; postocular setal row scattered....................... Proscirtothrips  

34. Fore wing first vein with complete setal row; abdominal tergite VIII with complete posteromarginal comb.............. 35

-. Fore wing first vein with long gap of setal row or micropterous; abdominal tergite VIII with posteromarginal comb variable..................................................................................................... 37

35. Abdominal tergite with posteromarginal craspeda; antennae often 9-segmented. [New World].............. Pseudothrips   *

-. Abdominal tergite without posteromarginal craspeda; antennae 8-segmented...................................... 36

36. Abdominal tergites with S1 setae much longer than their interval, sternites with discal setae; male abdominal tergite IX without stout setae at middle. [New World]............................................................... Xerothrips   *

-. Abdominal tergites with S1 setae shorter than their interval, sternites without setae; male abdominal tergite IX with two pairs of stout setae at middle. [South Africa]........................................................... Glaucothrips  

37. Abdominal tergites with broad posteromarginal craspeda, sternites with lobed posteromarginal craspeda; antennae 8-segmented3............................................................................................. 8

-. Abdominal tergites and sternites without posteromarginal craspeda; antennae 8 or 9-segmented....................... 39

38. Abdominal tergites with median CPS mesad of S1 setae and far from the posterior margin, tergite VIII with posteromarginal comb, tergite IX with MD setae much developed; prosternal ferna undivided; male tergite IX without stout setae medially; always macropterous. [ Japan and Australia]...................................................... Paroxythrips    

-. Abdominal tergites with median CPS outside of S1 setae and closed to the posterior margin, tergite VIII without posteromarginal comb, tergite IX with MD setae small; prosternal ferna divided; male tergite IX with two pars of stout setae medially; often micropterous. [Europe]................................................................. Eryngiothrips

39. Spinula present on both meso- and metasternal endofurca; abdominal sternite VII with two pairs of setae.................................................................................................... Psilothrips   (in part) *

-. Spinula present on both mesosternal endofurca only; abdominal sternite VII with three pairs of setae.................. 40

40. Prosternal ferna undivided............................................................................. 41

-. Prosternal ferna divided............................................................................... 42

41. Antennae 9-segmented; abdominal tergites with S1 setae closed to each other, longer than their interval, tergite VIII with complete posteromarginal comb. [New World].................................................. Enneothrips   (in part)

-. Antennae 8-segmented; abdominal tergites with S1 setae shorter than their interval, tergite VIII without posteromarginal comb. [Europe]................................................................................. Tamaricothrips  

42. Antennae usually distinctly 9-segmented; abdominal tergites with S1 setae long, same length of their interval or slightly shorter, tergite IX with MD setae subequal length to minor setae between S1 and S2 setae; male usually with a pair of horn-like processes........................................................................... Eremiothrips   (in part)

-. Antennae 8-segmented or segment VI often indistinctly separated; abdominal tergites with S1 setae much shorter than their interval, tergite IX with MD setae shorter than minor setae between S1 and S2 setae; male usually without a pair of horn-like processes........................................................................................... 43

43. Fore tibia with a stout apical seta; in female mouth-cone long, reaching to mesosterum, abdominal tergite X long and twice as long as tergite IX............................................................................. Chilothrips  

-. Fore tibia with thin apical seta; in both sexes usually mouth-cone short, not reaching to mesosterum, in male abdominal tergite X usually subequal length to tergite IX.............................................................. Oxythrips  

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