Dendrothripinae

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Subfamily information

Adults of species in this subfamily have an exceptionally elongate, lyre-shaped, metathoracic furca, and the lateral margins of the metathorax are commonly swollen. The body surface usually bears complex sculpture, with various markings inside the reticulations. Larvae usually have the dorsal setae rather elongate with capitate apices, and these larvae usually live on leaves not in flowers.

The Dendrothripinae Priesner (1925: 144) was recognised by Bhatti (2006) as a family, and placed in association with the genus Retithrips of the Panchaetothripinae into a separate superfamily, Dendrothripoidea.

Key to genera - Mound & Tree (2016) Genera of the leaf-feeding Dendrothripinae (Thysanoptera, Thripidae), with new species from Australia and Sulawesi, Indonesia Zootaxa 4109 (5):569-582.

Masumoto M & Okajima S (2017) Studies on Dendrothripinae (Thysanoptera, Thripidae) from Japan, with new records and one new species. Zootaxa 4362: 405-420.

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Genera included

† Apodendrothrips Schliephake, 1993

Asprothrips Crawford, 1938

Dendrothrips Uzel, 1895

Edissa Faure, 1953

Ensiferothrips Bianchi, 1944

Filicopsothrips Mound, 1999

Halmathrips Hood, 1936

Iranodendrothrips Alavi, Minaei & Fekrat, 2014

Leucothrips Reuter, 1904

Parsiothrips Bhatti, 1970

Petrothrips Masumoto & Okajima, 2003

† Praedendrothrips Priesner, 1924

Projectothripoides Shumser Singh, 1942

Pseudodendrothrips Schmutz, 1913

† Schedodendrothrips Schliephake, 2001

† Synnastothrips Schliephake, 1993