Ecacanthothrips tibialis

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[L A Mound]

Nomenclatural details

Idolothrips tibialis Ashmead, 1905: 20.

Acanthothrips sanguineus Bagnall, 1908: 362. Synonymised by Palmer & Mound, 1978: 161.

Ecacanthothrips crassiceps Karny, 1913: 134. Synonymised by Palmer & Mound, 1978: 161.

Ormothrips steinskyi Schmutz, 1913: 1028. Synonymy by Ananthakrishnan, 1961: 275.

Ecacanthothrips bryanti Bagnall, 1915: 320. Synonymy by Ananthakrishnan, 1961: 275.

Ecacanthothrips coxalis Bagnall, 1915: 597. Synonymy by Ananthakrishnan, 1961: 275.

Ecacanthothrips flavipes Bagnall, 1915: 597. Synonymy by Ananthakrishnan, 1961: 275.

Ecacanthothrips io Girault, 1930: 1. Synonymised by Palmer & Mound, 1978: 162.

Ecacanthothrips coxalis consanguineus Priesner, 1930: 367.

Ecacanthothrips coxalis philippinensis Priesner, 1930: 368. Synonymised by Palmer & Mound, 1978: 162.

Ecacanthothrips obscurata Priesner, 1930: 370.

Ecacanthothrips tenuis Priesner, 1930: 371.

Ecacanthothrips matsumurai Ishida, 1934: 149. Synonymised by Palmer & Mound, 1978: 162.

Ecacanthothrips fletcheri Ramakrishna, 1934: 495. Synonymy by Ananthakrishnan, 1961: 275.

Ecacanthothrips priesneri Hood, 1935: 196. Synonymy by Ananthakrishnan, 1961: 275.

Ecacanthothrips coxalis formosensis Takahashi, 1936: 454. Synonymised by Palmer & Mound, 1978: 162.

Ecacanthothrips ramakrishnai Ananthakrishnan, 1952: 38. Synonymy by Ananthakrishnan, 1961: 275.

Ecacanthothrips erythrinus Ananthakrishnan, 1956: 134. Synonymy by Ananthakrishnan, 1961: 275.

Biology and Distribution

Described from New Guinea (A. sanguineus, E. crassipes), Philippines (I. tibialis, E. philippinensis), Sri Lanka (O. steinskyi), Malaysia (E. bryanti, E. coxalis, E. flavipes), Indonesia (E. consanguineus), Australia (E. io), Tanzania (E. priesneri), Taiwan (E. matsumurai, E. formosensis) and India (E. fletcheri, E. ramakrihnai, E. erythrinus).

References

Ashmead WH (1905) A new thrips from the Philippine Islands. Entomological News 16: 20.

Bagnall RS (1908) On some new and curious Thysanoptera (Tubulifera) from Papua. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (8)1: 355–363.

Schmutz K (1913) Zur Kenntnis der Thysanopterenfauna von Ceylon. Sitzungsberichte der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften 122 (7): 991–1089 + 6 plates.

Karny H (1913) Beitrag zur Thysanopteren-Fauna von Neu-Guinea und Neu-Britannien. Archiv für Naturgeschichte 79: 123–136.

Bagnall RS (1915) Brief descriptions of new Thysanoptera V. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (8)15: 315–324.

Bagnall RS (1915) Brief descriptions of new Thysanoptera VI. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (8)15: 588–597.

Priesner H (1930) Indomalayische Thysanopteren II Treubia 11: 357–371.

Girault AA (1930) New pests from Australia, VIII. Published privately, Brisbane pp. 1–5.

Ishida M (1934) Fauna of the Thysanoptera in Japan. Insecta matsumurana 8 (3): 147–151.

Ramakrishna TV (1934) Notes on Indian Thysanoptera with descriptions of new species. Records of the Indian Museum 36: 491–498.

Hood (1935) A note on heterogony in the Thysanoptera, with descriptions of two new species from Tanganyika. Stylops 4: 193-201.

Takahashi (1936) Thysanoptera of Formosa. Philipp. J. Sci. 60: 427-459.

Ananthakrishnan TN (1952) A new species of Thrips - Ecacanthothrips ramakrishnai nov. (Thys. Tubulifera) from South India. Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences B35: 38–41.

Ananthakrishnan TN (1961) Allometry and Speciation in Ecacanthothrips Bagnall. Proceedings of the biological Society of Washington 74: 275-280.

Palmer JM & Mound LA (1978) Nine genera of fungus-feeding Phlaeothripidae (Thysanoptera) from the Oriental Region. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Entomology 37: 153–215.

Okajima S (2006) The Insects of Japan. Volume 2. The suborder Tubulifera (Thysanoptera). Fukuoka: Touka Shobo Co. Ltd. pp. 1–720.

Type information

Holotype female (I. tibialis), National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC.

Holotype female (A. sanguineus), The Natural History Museum, London.

Holotype female (E. priesneri), National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC.

Holotype female (E. fletcheri), Loyola College, Madras (?)

Holotype male (E. matsumurai), Hokkaido University.

Holotype male (E. formosensis), Department of Agricultural Research, Taiwan.

Holotype male (E. ramakrishnai), Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore.

Holotype male (E. erythrinus), Tamil Nadu Agricultural University, Coimbatore.

Holotype male (E. io), Queensland Museum, Brisbane.

Lectotype male (E. bryanti) The Natural History Museum, London.

Lectotype male (E. coxalis) The Natural History Museum, London.

Lectotype male (E. flavipes) The Natural History Museum, London.

Syntypes (E. consanguineus), Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt.

Syntypes (E. philippinensis), Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt.

Syntypes (O. steinskyi), Natural History Museum, Wien.

Holotype (E. crassipes), lost?