Anaphothrips sudanensis

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Nomenclatural details

Anaphothrips sudanensis Trybom, 1911: 1.

Euthrips flavicinctus Karny, 1912: 115. Synonymised by Mound, 1968: 21.

Euthrips (Anaphothrips) alternans Bagnall, 1913: 291. Synonymised by Mound, 1968: 21.

Neophysopus medioflavus Schmutz, 1913: 1017.

Euthrips citricinctus Bagnall, 1919: 270.

Anaphothrips speciosus Hood, 1919: 76. Synonymised with flavicinctus by Girault, 1930: 1.

Anaphothrips bicolor Morgan, 1925: 4. Synonymised by Mound, 1968: 21.

Anaphothrips transvaalensis Faure, 1925: 150. Synonymised by Mound, 1968: 21.

Anaphothrips bicinctus Hood, 1925: 50.

Anaphothrips flavicinctus f. brachyptera Priesner, 1935: 355.

Anaphothrips (Neophysopus) piercei Moulton, 1936: 265.

Biology and Distribution

Described from Panocuy, Bacolod, Philippines from Limba limba (A. piercei), Trinidad (A. bicinctus), Bayamon, Puerto Rico (A. bicolor), Shinten, Taiwan on a grass halm (A. brachyptera), New South Wales, Australia (A. speciosus), South Africa (A. transvaalensis), Egypt (E. alternans), Malabar, India on Arrowroot leaves (E. citricinctus), Salatiga, Java, Idonesia (E. flavicinctus) and Sri Lanka (N. medioflavus).

References

Trybom F (1911) Physapoden aus Ägypten und dem Sudan. pp 1–16 in Results of the Swedish Zoological Expedition to Egypt and the White Nile (1900-1901) under the direction of L.A.Jagerskiold Pt IV.

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

Bagnall RS (1913) Brief descriptions of new Thysanoptera I. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (8) 12: 290–299.

Bagnall RS (1919) Brief descriptions of new Thysanoptera X. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (9) 4: 253–277.

Hood JD (1919) Two new genera and thirteen new species of Australian Thysanoptera. Proceedings of the Biological Society of Washington 32: 75–92.

Morgan AC (1925) A new genus, a new subgenus and seven new species of Thysanoptera from Porto Rico. Florida Entomologist 9: 1–7.

Faure JC (1925) A new genus and five new species of South African Thysanoptera. South African Journal of Natural History 5: 143–166.

Hood JD (1925) New neotropical Thysanoptera collected by C.B. Williams. Psyche 32: 48–69.

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

Priesner H (1935) New or little-known oriental Thysanoptera. Philippine Journal of Science 57: 351–375.

Moulton D (1936) Thysanoptera of the Philippine Islands. Philippine Journal of Agriculture 7: 263–273.

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.

Type information

Holotype female (A. piercei), California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco.

Holotype female(E. citricinctus), The Natural History Museum, London.

Holotype (A. transvaalensis), National Collection of Insects, Pretoria.

Lectotype female (E. flavicinctus), Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt.

Lectotype female (A. sudanensis), Naturhistoriska Riksmuseet, Stockholm.

Lectotype female (E. alternans), the Natural History Museum, London.