Stenchaetothrips biformis

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Nomenclatural details

Bagnallia biformis Bagnall, 1913: 237.

Bagnallia adusta Bagnall, 1913: 238.

Bagnallia melanurus Bagnall, 1913: 238.

Thrips (Bagnallia) oryzae Williams, 1916: 353.

Thrips holorphnus Karny, 1925: 15.

Plesiothrips o Girault, 1929: 1.

Thrips dobrogensis Knechtel, 1964: 479.

Chloethrips blandus zur Strassen, 1975: 78.

Biology and Distribution

Described from England (B. biformis, B. adusta, B. melanurus), India (T. oryzae), Sumatra, Indonesia (T. holorphnus), Australia (P.o), Romania (T. dobrogensis) and Bangladesh (C. blandus). Widespread in Asia, rice pest.


Bagnall RS (1913) Further notes on new and rare British Thysanoptera (Terebrantia) with descriptions of new species. Journal of economic Biology 8: 231–240.

Williams (1916) Thrips oryzae sp.nov., injurious to rice in India. Bulletin of Entomological Research 6: 353-355.

Karny H (1925) Die an Tabak auf Java und Sumatra angetroffenen Blasenfüsser. Bulletin van het deli Proefstation te Medan 23: 1–55.

Girault AA (1929) New pests from Australia VI. Privately published, Brisbane. pp. 1–4.

Knechtel (1964) O noua specie dobrogeana din genul Thrips ( Thysanoptera). Studii si Cercetari de Biologie, Seria Zoologie 16: 479–480.

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

zur Strassen R (1975) Thysanopterologische Notizen (3) (Insecta: Thysanoptera). Senckenbergiana biologica 56: 75–88.

Type information

Holotype female(C. blandus), Senckenberg Museum, Frankfurt.

Lectotype female (B. biformis), The Natural History Museum, London.

Syntype female (B. melanurus), The Natural History Museum, London.