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The genus thrips linnaeus (thysanoptera : thripidae) of the new world

The genus thrips linnaeus (thysanoptera : thripidae) of the new world

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, D.C.], [Springfield, VA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Thrips -- United States,
  • Thrips -- Canada,
  • Insects -- United States,
  • Insects -- Canada

  • Edition Notes

    StatementSueo Nakahara
    SeriesTechnical bulletin -- no. 1822, Technical bulletin (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 1822
    ContributionsUnited States. Agricultural Research Service
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvi, 183 p.
    Number of Pages183
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13617697M
    OCLC/WorldCa31874297

    Etymology. The term "genus" comes from the Latin genus ("origin, type, group, race"), a noun form cognate with gignere ("to bear; to give birth to"). Linnaeus popularized its use in his Species Plantarum, but the French botanist Joseph Pitton de Tournefort (–) is considered "the founder of the modern concept of genera".   Taxonomic position Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Arthropoda Class: Insecta Order: Thysanoptera Family: Thripidae Genus: Thrips & others Bladderfoot/fringed Common name –Thysanoptera-thrips World wide / genera/ 60 fossil Permothrips longipennis Martynov, Pest & Predator (Size: to 14 mm)-Aphids, Mites Asymmetrical mouthparts.

    the genus thrips linnaeus, (thysanoptera: thripidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington. Progress 10/01/06 to 09/30/07 Outputs Progress Report Objectives (from AD) Develop and deliver new tools and analyses of plant pests, invasive insects, and mites. The genus Pelecanus as instituted by Linnaeus included the 1 This caution was not neglected by the prudent, even so long ago as Sir Thomas Browne's days; for he, recording the occurrence of a pelican in Norfolk, was careful to notice that about the same time one of the pelicans kept by the king (Charles II.) in St James's Park, had been lost.

      A total of species of thrips occurring in Africa, Europe, and the Mediterranean region were intercepted by U.S. agricultural quarantine officers in shipments of plants and cut flowers at the various ports-of-entry in the United States from to Of the 24 most intercepted species of thrips encountered by port identifiers during this period, 10 of them were species of the genus. Linnaeus’s most lasting achievement was the creation of binomial nomenclature, the system of formally classifying and naming organisms according to their genus and species. In contrast to earlier names that were made up of diagnostic phrases, binomial names (or “trivial” names, as Linnaeus himself called them) conferred no bias about the quality or value of plant species .


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The genus thrips linnaeus (thysanoptera : thripidae) of the new world Download PDF EPUB FB2

Sixty-two species of the genus Thrips from the New World are reviewed, including 43 endemic species for Canada and continental USA, 18 introduced species and 1 Holarctic species.

Eighteen new species are described from the USA and Canada, including: T. aurulentus sp. nov. from Cronartium comandrae; T. crawfordi sp. nov. from Smilacina sp., Smilax sp. and wild yam; T. Cited by: Thrips is the largest genus of thrips, with over species, most of which are found in Europe, Africa and the Mediterranean Basin.

Other species occur on each of the continents, including one species described from Antarctica. Thrips includes the species of thrips most frequently intercepted at ports of entry into the United States, T.

: Insecta. Get this from a library. A revision of the genus Thrips Linnaeus in the New World with a catalogue of the world species (Thvsanoptera, Thripidae). [Adrian G Gentile; Stanley F Bailey]. Introduction. Thrips L. (Thripidae: Thripinae) is the largest genus in the Thysanoptera subfamily Thripinae, with about described species in the world.

Most species of Thrips are flower-living, although a few appear to breed mainly on leaves (Mound and Ng ), and several species play an important role in the pollination of example, T. Cited by: 8.

Nearly species of the genus Thrips Linnaeus were reported in the area between the Indian peninsula, Australia, and the Pacific islands (Palmer. The Genus Thrips Linnaeus, (Thysanoptera: Thripidae), Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington,1, (), (). Crossref. Asokan, N.K. Krishna Kumar, Vikas Kumar and H.R.

Ranganath, Molecular differences in the mitochondrial cytochrome oxidase I (mtCOI) gene and development of a species-specific marker for onion. Of the 24 most intercepted species of thrips encountered by port identifiers during this period, 10 of them were species of the genus Thrips Linnaeus, (T.

tabaci Lindeman, T. fuscipennis. An illustrated key is provided to distinguish the 34 species of genus Thrips reported from the Afrotropical Region, including La Reunion. Seven new synonyms are established as a result of checking type specimens; two new species are described, T.

solari from Nigeria and T. kurahashii from South Africa; and the new combination Craspedothrips ghesquierei (Priesner) is. Introduction. Thrips L. (Thripidae: Thripinae) is the largest genus in the Thysanoptera subfamily Thripinae, with about described species in the world.

Most species of Thrips are flower– living, although a few appear to breed mainly on leaves (Mound and Ng ), and several species play an important role in the pollination of example, T. hawaiiensis (Morgan). The genus Thrips L., There are nearly species currently recognized in the genus Thrips making this genus one of the largest taxa within the order Thysanoptera.

The genus was redefined progressively during the 's (see Mound et al. ), to include many species previously placed in genus Thrips now includes a range of species, some. The Thrips formosanus group from Asia and Australia with a new species of the genus Thrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) from India.

Zootaxa (2): – DOI: /zootaxa Preview (PDF). Reference page. Zhang, H.; Xie, Y.; Li, Z. Identification key to species of Thrips genus from China (Thysanoptera, Thripidae), with. The genus is included in Thrips genus-group (Mound and Palmer a; Mirab-balou and Chen a) and is closely related to Thrips, but it can be distinguished by the length of ocellar setae II as in the above key, and the metanotum is generally longitudinally striate (Mound and Ng ).

This page was last edited on 29 Julyat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may using. Get this from a library. The genus thrips linnaeus (thysanoptera: thripidae) of the new world.

[Sueo Nakahara; United States. Agricultural Research Service.]. The genus Thrips Linnaeus (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) of the New World Journal/Book Name, Vol. No.: United States Department of Agriculture Technical Bulletin, no. COMMONLY INTERCEPTED THRIPS AT U.S.

PORTS OF ENTRY FROM AFRICA, EUROPE, AND THE MEDITERRANEAN. III. THE GENUS THRIPS LINNAEUS, (THYSANOPTERA: THRIPIDAE)-(Peer Reviewed Journal) Nickle, D.A. Commonly intercepted thrips at u.s. ports of entry from africa, europe, and the mediterranean.

iii. the world and its phylogenetic relationship of the genus Plesiothrips Hood with other genera in Thripidae family as Thrips Linnaeus have been discussed. Key words: New Report, Fars Province, Plesiothrips Perplexus, Thrips.

* [email protected] In Iran, as a result of recent changes in nomenclature species and one species group of the insect Order Thysanoptera, are here listed in 70 genera and five families.

In considering species listed previously from this country, the presence of 7 species is considered not confirmed, and 12 species are excluded from the Iranian list. Problems in the study of Iranian Thysanoptera are. Etymology. The first recorded mention of thrips is from the 17th century and a sketch was made by Philippo Bonanni, a Catholic priest, in Swedish entomologist Baron Charles De Geer described two species in the genus Physapus in and Linnaeus in added a third species and called this group of insects as the Irish entomologist Alexander.

Murai T () Life history study of Thrips setosus. Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata – Nakahara S () The genus Thrips Linnaeus (Thysanoptera: Thripidae) of the New World. United States Department of Agriculture.

Technical Bulletin 1–. 4. Diagnostic features of the thrips of crown canopies Thrips from Oxythrips genus are characterized by bright color (from yellow to light brown), antennae compound of 8 segments, and the presence of only one pair of very long setae at the hind edge of pronotum.

Back edge of abdominal tergite VIII is deprived of row of bristles (without comb).iii. the genus thrips linnaeus, (thysanoptera: thripidae). Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington. Graminofolium Nickle: new genus of katydid from northern South America(Orthoptera: Tettigoniidae) - Nickle, D.A.

Swedish entomologist Baron Charles De Geer described two species in the genus Physapus in and Linnaeus in added a third species and called this group of insects as Thrips. InIrish entomologist Alexander Henry Haliday described 41 species in 11 genera and proposed the name of the Thysanoptera order.