Mycterothrips albus

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Nomenclatural details

Euthrips albus Moulton, 1911: 39.

Euthrips costalis Jones, 1912: 13.

Rhopalandrothrips corni Moulton, 1927: 34. Synonym (O'Neill, 1972.)

Taeniothrips albipennis Moulton, 1929: 129. Synonym (O'Neill, 1972.)

Taeniothrips albidus Stannard, 1968: 360. Synonym (O'Neill, 1972.)

Biology and Distribution

Described from California USA (E. albus, E. costalis, R. corni, T. albipennis) and Illinois USA (T. albidus). Associated with peach.

References

Moulton D (1911) Synopsis, catalogue and bibliography of North American Thysanoptera, with descriptions of new species. Technical series, USDA Bureau of Entomology 21: 1–56.

Jones PR (1912) Some new California and Georgia Thysanoptera. Technical series, USDA Bureau of Entomology 23: 1–24.

Moulton D (1927) Four new Californian Thysanoptera with notes on two other species. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 4: 30–35.

Moulton D (1929) New California Thysanoptera. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 5: 125–136.

Stannard LJ (1968) The Thrips, or Thysanoptera, of Illinois. Bulletin of the Illinois Natural History Survey 29: 213–552.

O'Neill, K. (1972) Mycterothrips Trybom, a review of the North American species. Proceedings of the Entomological Society of America 74(3) 275–282.

Masumoto M & Okajima S (2006) A revision of and key to the world species of Mycterothrips Trybom (Thysanoptera, Thripidae). Zootaxa 1261: 1–90.

Type information

Holotype female (E. albus), California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco.

Holotype female (R. corni), California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco.

Holotype female (T. albipennis), California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco.

Holotype (T. albidus), Illinois Natural History Survey, Champaign.