Thrips tabaci

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Thrips tabaci Female, head and pronotum [L A Mound]
Thrips tabaci Female, mesonotum and metanotum [L A Mound]
Thrips tabaci Female, pleurotergites V-VI [L A Mound]

Nomenclatural details

Thrips solanaceorum Widgalm in Portschinsky, 1883: 44.

Thrips tabaci Lindeman, 1889: 61.

Limothrips allii Gillette, 1893: 15.

Thrips communis Uzel, 1895: 176.

Thrips communis annulicornis Uzel, 1895: 177.

Thrips communis pulla Uzel, 1895: 177.

Thrips flava obsoleta Uzel, 1895: 187.

Thrips bremnerii Moulton, 1907: 59.

Parathrips uzeli Karny, 1907: 48.

Thrips bicolor Karny, 1907: 49.

Thrips brachycephalus Enderlein, 1909: 441.

Thrips hololeucus Bagnall, 1914: 24. Synonymised by Mound, 1968: 67

Thrips adamsoni Bagnall, 1923: 58. Synonymy in Mound, 1968: 67

Thrips debilis Bagnall, 1923: 60. Synonymy in Mound, 1968: 67

Thrips mariae Cotte, 1924: 2.

Thrips frankeniae Bagnall, 1926: 654. Synonymy in Mound, 1968: 67

Thrips seminiveus Girault, 1926: 1. Synonymised by Mound & Houston, 1987: 9

Thrips tabaci f. irrorata Priesner, 1927: 436.

Thrips tabaci f. nigricornis Priesner, 1927: 436.

Thrips tabaci f. atricornis Priesner, 1927: 437.

Thrips dorsalis Bagnall, 1927: 576. Synonymy in Mound, 1968: 67

Thrips indigenus Girault, 1929: 29. Synonymised by Mound & Houston, 1987: 9

Thrips dianthi Moulton, 1936: 104.

Ramaswamiahiella kallarensis Ananthakrishnan, 1960: 564. Synonymised by Bhatti, 1980: 157.

Biology and Distribution

Described from Moldova (T. solanaceorum, T. tabaci), southern Russia (syntype of T. tabaci), Colorado USA (L. allii), Austria (P. uzeli, T. bicolor), India from apple flowers (R. kallarensis), England (T. adamsoni, T. debilis, T. dorsalis, T. frankeniae), Hungary (T. atricornis, T. nigricornis, T. irrorata), Kerguelen islands(T. brachycephalus), former Czechoslovakia (T. communis, T. annulicornis, T. pulla, T. obsoleta), Canada from Dianthus plumaris (T. dianthi), Japan (T. frankeniaea, T. hololeucus), Australia (T. indigenus, T. seminiveus) and France (T. mariae).

References

Widgalm in Portschinsky (1883) Histoire naturelle d'un Thrips observe sur les feuilles de tabac en Bessarabie en 1882. Rev mens Ent Volume I: pp. 44-53.

Lindeman K (1889) Die schädlichsten Insekten des Tabak. Byull' Moskovskogo Obshchestva Ispytatelei Prirody 1888: 10–77.

Gillette CP (1893) A few common insect pests. Colorado Agricultural ExperimentStation Bulletin 24: 13-16.

Uzel H (1895) Monographie der Ordnung Thysanoptera. Königratz, Bohemia: pp. 1–472.

Karny H (1907) Die Orthopterenfauna des Küstengebietes von Österreich-Ungarn. Berlin Entomologische Zeitschrift 52: 17–52.

Moulton D (1907) A contribution to our knowledge of the Thysanoptera of California. Technical series, USDA Bureau of Entomology 12/3: 39–68.

Enderlein G (1909) Die Insekten des antarktischen Gebietes. Deutsche Sudpolar-Expedition 1901-1903, 10, H. 4. Berlin (G. Reimer) 1908 [1909] (361-528).

Bagnall RS (1914) Brief descriptions of new Thysanoptera II. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (8)13: 22–31.

Bagnall RS (1923) A contribution towards a knowledge of the British Thysanoptera, with descriptions of new species. Entomologist's monthly Magazine 59: 56–60.

Cotte (1924) Les Cecidies des Alpes Maritimes. Memoires de la Societe Linneenne de Provence Marseille 3: 56 pp.

Bagnall RS (1926) Contributions towards a knowledge of the European Thysanoptera I. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (9)18: 641–661.

Girault AA (1926) New pests from Australia IV. Published privately, Brisbane 1 pp.

Bagnall RS (1927) Contributions towards a knowledge of the European Thysanoptera III. Annals and Magazine of Natural History (9)20: 561–585.

Priesner H (1927) Die Thysanopteren Europas. Abteilung III. Wien: F. Wagner Verlag pp. 343–568.

Girault AA (1929) North American Hymenoptera Mymaridae. Published privately, Brisbane pp. 1–29.

Moulton D (1936) New Thysanoptera belonging to the genus Thrips Linn. Pan-Pacific Entomologist 12: 104–110.

Ananthakrishnan TN (1960) Thysanoptera from the Nilgiri and Kodaikanal Hills (south India). Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society 57: 557–578.

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

Bhatti JS (1980) Species of the genus Thrips from India. Systematic Entomology 5: 109-166.

Mound LA & Houston KJ (1987) An annotated check-list of Thysanoptera from Australia. Occasional Papers on Systematic Entomology 4: 1-28.

Palmer JM (1992) Thrips (Thysanoptera) from Pakistan to the Pacific: a review. Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Entomology 61: 1–76.

Nakahara S (1994) The genus Thrips Linnaeus (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) of the New World. Technical Bulletin. United States Department of Agriculture 1822: 1–183.

Mound LA & Masumoto M (2005) The genus Thrips (Thysanoptera, Thripidae) in Australia, New Caledonia and New Zealand. Zootaxa 1020: 1–64.

Type information

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

Holotype (T. debilis), The Natural History Museum, London.

Holotype female (R. kallarensis), unknown depositary.

Holotype (T. indigenus), Queensland Museum, Brisbane.

Holotype (T. seminiveus), Queensland Museum, Brisbane.

Lectotype female (T. adamsoni), The Natural History Museum, London.

Lectotype female (T. hololeucus), The Natural History Museum, London.

Lectotype female (T. debilis), The Natural History Museum, London.

Syntype females (T. bremnerii), California Academy of Sciences, San Francisco.

Syntype females (T. frankeniae), The Natural History Museum, London.

Syntype (T. tabaci), National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC.