Hydatothrips onari Kudô, Kudo

Mirab-Balou, Majid, Yang, Shu-Lan & Tong, Xiao-Li, 2013, One new species, four new records and key to species of Hydatothrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) from China (including Taiwan), Zootaxa 3641 (1): -

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Hydatothrips onari Kudô


Hydatothrips onari Kudô  

Hydatothrips onari Kudô, 1997: 329   .

This species was described from Japan and newly recorded from China.

Diagnosis. Female macroptera. Body brown; abdominal antecostal ridge brown to dark brown; fore wing brown, with subbasal band pale; antennal segments I –III pale yellow, III apically grayish; IV –VIII brown, IV bsally yellowish. Head with transverse anastomosing striae on ocellar area, with dense internal wrinkles; ocellar setae pair III situated outside ocellar triangle; occipital apodeme close to posterior margin of eyes. Antennae 8 - segmented. Pronotum reticulate, with dense internal dots; blotch with transverse anastomosing striae, anterior smoothly concave, straight at posterior margin. Metascutum longitudinally striate but transversely anteromedially, with wrinkles between sculpture lines. Tegula covered with microtrichia. Fore wing second vein with 1–2 setae. Abdominal tergites II –VII with microtrichia on posterior margin laterally. Male with a linear transverse pore plate on sternites VI & VII.

Specimens examined. CHINA: Yunnan Province: 1 female, Tropical Botanical Garden (21 ° 27 'N, 101 ° 34 'E), Mengla, Xishuangbannan, from Garcinia xanthochymus   , 10.iv. 1987; 4 females, 1 male, from Calopogonium mucunoides   , 12.iv. 1987; 5 females, from Pueraria lobata   , 15.iv. 1987, coll. Zhang Weiqiu.