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Thrips

Scientific Name
Haplothrips kurdjumovi
Scientific Author
Karny, 1913
Taxonomy
(Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae: Phlaeothripinae)
Pest Status
0 Unknown
Status
NZ - Exotic
Reliability
High
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Female

Body generally dark brown; antennal segments III-V and proximal half of VI yellow. Major setae brown; forewings pale, dark at extreme base; fringe cilia dark. Head about as wide as long, with weak striate near posterior margin; ocelli well developed; compound eye as large dorsally as ventrally; postocular setae blunt; maxillary stylets reaching to postocular setae; maxillary bridge wide; antennae 8-segmented; segment III with an outer sense cone, segment IV with 2 outer and 2 inner sense cones, and segment VIII broadly joined to segment VII and not pedicellate. major setae on the prothorax dilated, anteromarginal setae poorly developed; metanotum very weakly sculptured and each fore tarsi has a small, subapical tooth on the inside of fore tarsi; pelta triangular, with longitudinal reticulations; abdominal segments II to VII each with 2 pairs of sigmoid wing-holding setae; fustis mid-sized; tube shorter than head.

References

- Mound, L.A. & Walker, A.K. (1986). Tubulifera (Insecta: Thysanoptera). Fauna of New Zealand 10, 144 pp.
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MAF Plant Health & Environment Laboratory
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MAF Plant Health & Environment Laboratory
Created
16/09/2011 10:02 AEST
Last Updated
08/04/2014 21:07 AEST
Citation
MAF Plant Health & Environment Laboratory (2011) Thrips (Haplothrips kurdjumovi) Updated on 4/8/2014 9:07:10 PM Available online: PaDIL - http://www.padil.gov.au.
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