Copidothrips octarticulatus (Schmutz, 1913)

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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https://dx.doi.org/10.3897/BDJ.9.e72670

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scientific name

Copidothrips octarticulatus (Schmutz, 1913)
status

 

Copidothrips octarticulatus (Schmutz, 1913)

Heliothrips (Parthenothrips) octarticulata Schmutz, 1913: 993

Copidothrips formosus Hood, 1954: 190

Mesostenothrips kraussi Stannard & Mitri, 1962: 211.

Materials

Type status: Other material. Occurrence: recordedBy: L.Y. J & X.Y. L.; individualID: 2017-X-25 | 2018-v-31 | 2018-vi-1; individualCount: 27; sex: 1 male, 26 female; lifeStage: adults; occurrenceID: YAU5082020 Tt 12; Taxon: scientificNameAuthorship: Copidothrips octarticulatus ( Schmutz ); Location : country: China; stateProvince: Yunnan; municipality: Xishuangbanna ; locality: Mengla ( Tropical Forest ) ; decimalLatitude: 21.973654; decimalLongitude: 100.942069; Identification : identifiedBy: Xie Yanlan ; dateIdentified: 2018; identificationReferences: ( ThripsWiki 2020); Event : samplingProtocol: sweeping and shaking; eventDate: 25/10/2017, 01/05/2018, 31/05/2018; Record Level : collectionID: thrips; institutionCode: YAU5082020; collectionCode: terebrantia; basisOfRecord: preserved specimen GoogleMaps GoogleMaps

Ecological interactions

Feeds on

leaves and collected from asparagus and ferns.

Distribution

Described from Sri Lanka. Recorded from Taiwan, Gilbert Island, Kiribati, Seychelles, Thailand, northern Australia and southern China.

Diagnosis

Female fully winged; body yellowish-brown (Fig. 7 View Figure 7 ), pterothorax darker laterally; antennal segments I, III-V and basal half of VI yellow, II, VII and apex of VI brown; tarsi and tibiae yellow; fore wing brown with transverse white bands sub-basally, medially and at the apex; head with cheeks convex and constricted at base; ocellar region elevated; antennae 8-segmented, III and IV with simple sensorium, VIII twice as long as VII. Pronotum with six pairs of large setae.

Kingdom

Animalia

Phylum

Arthropoda

Class

Insecta

Order

Thysanoptera

Family

Thripidae

Genus

Copidothrips

Loc

Copidothrips octarticulatus (Schmutz, 1913)

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

Mesostenothrips kraussi

Stannard & Mitri 1962
1962
Loc

Copidothrips formosus

Hood 1954
1954
Loc

Heliothrips (Parthenothrips) octarticulata

Schmutz 1913
1913