Anaphothrips obscurus

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Nomenclatural details

Thrips obscura Muller, 1776: 96.

Limothrips poaphagus Comstock, 1875: 120.

Thrips striata Osborn, 1883: 155.

Anaphothrips virgo Uzel, 1895: 148.

Anaphothrips obscurus f. collaris Priesner, 1926: 185.

Anaphothrips obscurus f. grisea Priesner, 1926: 185.

Anaphothrips 6-guttus Girault, 1928: 1.

Anaphothrips discrepans Bagnall, 1933: 651.

Biology and Distribution

Described from Austria (A. collaris), Arcachon, France on Juncus sp. (A. discrepans), Queensland, Australia (A. sexguttus), Czech Republic (A. virgo), New York USA (L. poaphagus), Iowa USA (T. striata) and Denmark (T. obscurus).


Muller (1776) Zoologiæ Danicæ prodromus, seu animalium Daniæ et Norvegiæ indigenarum characteres, nomina, et synonyma imprimis popularium. - pp. 1-274. Havniæ. (Hallager).

Osborn H (1883) Notes on Thripidae, with descriptions of new species. Canadian Entomologist 15: 151–156.

Uzel H (1895) Monographie der Ordnung Thysanoptera. Königratz, Bohemia: pp. 1–472.

Priesner H (1926) Die Thysanopteren Europas. Abteilung I-II. Wien: F. Wagner Verlag. pp. 1–342.

Girault AA (1928) A prodigeous discourse on wild animals. Published privately, Brisbane pp. 1–3.

Bagnall RS (1933) Contributions towards a knowledge of the European Thysanoptera IV. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (10)11: 647–661.

Mound LA (1968) A review of R.S. Bagnall's Thysanoptera collections. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Entomology 11: 1–181.

Pitkin BR (1978) A revision of the Australian species of Anaphothrips Uzel (Thysanoptera: Thripidae). Australian Journal of Zoology 26: 349–371.

Nakahara S (1995) Review of the Nearctic species of Anaphothrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae). Insecta Mundi 9: 221–248.

Mound LA & Masumoto M (2009) Australian Thripinae of the Anaphothrips genus-group (Thysanoptera), with three new genera and thirty-three new species. Zootaxa 2042: 1–76.

Hoddle HS, Mound LA & Paris D (2012) Thrips of California 2012. [1]

Type information

Lectotype female (A. discrepans), The Natural History Museum, London.