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Jenny M. Palmer Thysanoptera Publications

compiled 2004:


1. Grass-flower infesting thrips of the genus Chirothrips Haliday in Australia. Journal of the Australian entomological Society 11: 332-339. [Mound LA & Palmer JM]


2. Notes on Thysanoptera from Israel. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 109: 102-106. [Mound LA & Palmer JM]

3. Thrips rufa Gmelin, 1970 (Insecta, Thysanoptera, Thripidae): proposed rejection as a nomen dubium under the plenary powers. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 31: 228-229. [Mound LA & Palmer JM]


4. Arthropoda of the Subantarctic Islands of New Zealand. (Hemiptera: Aphididae) Journal of the Royal Society of New Zealand (4)3: 303-306.

5. A new species of Dendrothrips Uzel (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) on ivy in Kew Gardens, Surrey. Entomologist’s Monthly Magazine 110: 75-78. [Pitkin BR & Palmer JM].

6. The grass-living genus Aptinothrips Haliday (Thysanoptera: Thripidae). Journal of Entomology (B) 44: 175-188.


7. Thysanoptera. Handbooks for the Identification of British Insects 1(11): 1-79. [MoundLA, Morison GD, Pitkin BR & Palmer JM].


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


9. Phylogenetic relationships between the families of recent Thysanoptera. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 69: 111-141. [Mound LA, Heming BS & Palmer JM]


10. Phylogenetic relationships between some genera of Thripidae (Thysanoptera). Entomologica Scandinavica 15: 153-170. [Mound LA & Palmer JM]

11. Identification, distribution and host-plants of the pest species of Scirtothrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae). Bulletin of Entomological Research 71: 467-479. [Mound LA & Palmer JM]


12. Thrips rufa Haliday, 1836 (Insecta: Thysanoptera: Thripidae): proposed ruling that this is a nomenclaturally valid name for the type species of Aptinothrips Haliday, 1836. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 39: 36-39. [Mound LA & Palmer JM]


13. The generic and tribal classification of spore-feeding Thysanoptera (Phlaeothripidae: Idolothripinae). Bulletin of the British Museum Natural History (Entomology) 46: 1-174. [Mound LA & Palmer JM]

14. The Scirtothrips species of Australia and New Zealand (Thysanoptera: Thripidae). Journal of Natural History 17: 507-518. (Palmer JM & Mound LA)

15. Spore-feeding Thysanoptera of the genus Anactinothrips with a new sub-social species from Panama. Journal of Natural History 17: 789-797. [Mound LA & Palmer JM]

16. An enigmatic fungus-feeding Thysanopteran from Singapore. Systematic Entomology 8: 421-424. [Mound LA & Palmer JM]


17. New World Thripidae (Thysanoptera) with nine-segmented antennae. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 84: 181-194. [Palmer JM & Mound LA]

18. Identification of groundnut Thysanoptera. Tropical Pest Management 31: 286-291. (Palmer JM & Amin PW)


19. Thrips in English oak trees. Entomologist's Gazette 37: 245-252.

20. Patterns of speciation in Neotropical spore-feeding thrips of the genus Zeugmatothrips (Insecta, Thysanoptera, Phlaeothripidae). Amazoniana 11: 581-594. [Mound LA & Palmer JM]


21. Megalurothrips in the flowers of tropical legumes: a morphometric study. In Holman J, Pelikan J, Dixon AFG & Weismann L. [eds] Population structure, genetics and taxonomy of aphids and Thysanoptera. The Hague (SPB Academic Publishing): 480-495.

22. A morphometric analysis of the Thrips hawaiiensis (Morgan) species-group (Thysanoptera: Thripidae). Bulletin of Entomological Research 77: 397-406. (Palmer JM & Wetton MN).


23. A new pest of cacti. British Cactus and Succulent Journal 7(1): 14-15. (Palmer JM & Goodson P)

24. Guides to insects of importance to man. 2. Thysanoptera. In Betts CR [ed.] CAB International Institute of Entomology and British Museum (Natural History), London. 73pp. [Palmer JM, Mound LA & du Heaume GJ]

25. Frankliniella occidentalis: The western Flower Thrips. British Cactus and Succulent Journal 7(2): 33.


26. Identification of the common thrips of Tropical Africa (Thysanoptera: Insecta). Tropical Pest Management 36: 27-49.

27. Two new Thripidae (Thysanoptera) from the male flowers of Araucaria and Casuarina in Australia and Hawaii. Entomologist's monthly Magazine 126: 1-7. [Mound LA & Palmer JM]

28. New information about the thrips vectors of tomato spotted wilt virus isolate in groundnut crops in India, International Arachis Newsletter 7: 24-25. (Palmer JM, Reddy DVR, Wightman JA & Ranga Rao GV).

29. Thysanoptera Chapter 22. 5: 67-76. In Rosen D [ed.] The Armoured Scale Insects, Their Biology, Natural Enemies and Control Vol B. Amsterdam. [Palmer JM & Mound LA]

30. Two pest thrips (Thysanoptera) new to Australia, with notes on the distribution and structural variation of other species. Journal of the Australian entomological Society 30: 231-232. [Houston KJ, Mound LA & Palmer JM]


31. Thrips of Panama: a biological catalogue and bibliography (Thysanoptera). Chapter 21 pp 321-328. In Quintero D & Aiello A [eds] Insects of Panama and Mesoamerica. Selected Studies. Oxford Science Publications. [Mound LA & Palmer JM]

32. Thrips from Pakistan to the Pacific: a review. Bulletin of the British Museum Natural History (Entomology) 61: 1-76.