Marigold thrips Neohydatothrips samyunkur, from CSIRO.

Belongs within: Thripidae.

Neohydatothrips is a genus of thrips found worldwide, distinguished from the closely related Hydatothrips by the absence of a deeply excavated anterior margin to the metasternum (Mound & Marullo 1996).

Characters (from Mound & Marullo 1996): Sense cones on antennal segments III–IV forked. Metasternum anterior border rounded. First vein of forewing with continuous row of setae, second vein with two distal setae. Lateral thirds of abdominal tergites covered with regular rows of fine microtrichia.

<==Neohydatothrips John 1929 MM96
    |--N. portoricensis (Morgan 1925) (see below for synonymy) MM96
    |--N. basilaris (Hood 1941) [=Sericothrips basilaris] MM96
    |--N. flavicollis (Hood 1954) [=Sericothrips flavicollis] MM96
    |--N. gracilipes (Hood 1924) [=Sericothrips gracilipes] MM96
    |--N. hadrosetae Mound & Marullo 1996 MM96
    |--N. humberto Mound & Marullo 1996 MM96
    |--N. inversus (Hood 1928) [=Sericothrips inversus; incl. S. geminus Hood 1935] MM96
    |--N. luculentus (Moulton 1938) MM96
    |--N. mirandai (Johansen 1981) [=Sericothrips mirandai] MM96
    |--N. pseudoannulipes Johansen 1983 MM96
    |--N. rapoporti Johansen 1983 MM96
    |--N. samyunkur M04
    |--N. signifer (Priesner 1932) (see below for synonymy) MM96
    |--N. tibialis (Priesner 1924) [=Sericothrips tibialis] MM96
    `--N. williamsi (Hood 1928) [=Sericothrips williamsi] MM96

Neohydatothrips portoricensis (Morgan 1925) [=Sericothrips portoricensis; incl. Scirtothrips batatae Bondar 1930, Se. portoricensis extremus Moulton 1941, *Neohydatothrips latereostriatus John 1929] MM96

Neohydatothrips signifer (Priesner 1932) [=Sericothrips signifer; incl. N. aztecus Johansen 1983, S. burungae Hood 1935, S. mimosae Hood 1955] MM96

*Type species of generic name indicated


Mound, L. A. 2004. Australian Thysanoptera—biological diversity and a diversity of studies. Australian Journal of Entomology 43 (3): 248-257.

Mound, L. A., & R. Marullo. 1996. The thrips of Central and South America: an introduction (Insecta: Thysanoptera). Memoirs on Entomology, International 6: 1-487.

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