Kampimodromus aberrans (Oudemans)

Tixier, Marie-Stéphane, Baldassar, Andrea, Duso, Carlo & Kreiter, Serge, 2013, Phytoseiidae in European grape (Vitis vinifera L.): bio-ecological aspects and keys to species (Acari: Mesostigmata), Zootaxa 3721 (2), pp. 101-142: 110

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Kampimodromus aberrans (Oudemans)


Kampimodromus aberrans (Oudemans)  

Typhlodromus aberrans Oudemans, 1930: 48   .

Typhlodromus (Typhlodromus) aberrans   . — Beglyarov, 1957: 373. Amblyseius aberrans   . — Athias-Henriot, 1958: 36.

Typhlodromus (Amblyseius) aberrans   .—Chant, 1959: 101.

Paradromus aberrans   .—Muma, 1961: 286.

Amblyseius (Kampimodromus) aberrans   .—Pritchard & Baker, 1962: 294; Wainstein, 1962: 14. Amblyseius (Amblyseius) aberrans   . — Tseng, 1976: 108.

Kampimodromus aderrans   [sic].—Kolodochka, 1978: 77.

Kampimodromus (Kampimodromus) aberrans   . — Karg, 1983: 305. Kampimodromus aberrans   .—Moraes et al., 2004: 93; Chant & McMurtry, 2007: 37.

Reports on V. vinifera in Europe: Czech Republic, France, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Turkey.

Reports on V. vinifera in non-European countries: None.

Reports not on V. vinifera: Canada, Czech Republic, England, France, Greece, Germany, Hungary, Iran, Israel, Italy, Montenegro, Poland, Russia, Slovakia, Spain, Switzerland, The Netherlands, Turkey, Ukraine.

Remarks. This species has essentially a palaearctic distribution; it is known to be frequent on trees with hairy leaves and on shrubs. It is reported as an efficient natural enemy of Panonychus ulmi (Koch)   and Eotetranychus carpini (Oudemans)   in vineyards (Ivancich Gambaro 1973; Duso 1989; Kreiter et al., 2002; Tixier et al., 2002).