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Adraneothrips

Female Adraneothrips ephippium, from Thrips of California.


Belongs within: Phlaeothripini.

Adraneothrips is a genus of small, weakly sclerotised fungus-feeding thrips.

Characters (from Mound & Marullo 1996): Antennae eight-segmented, median segments often bicoloured, segment III with two or three sense cones, segment IV with three or four; pronotum usually with five pairs of capitate setae, epimeral sutures complete; basantra absent, mesopraesternum eroded to two lateral triangles; fore tarsus of female without a tooth; forewings narrow with few duplicated cilia, rarely micropterous; metathoracic sternopleural sutures not developed; pelta usually longer than wide; tergites II to VI commonly with both lateral sutures visible in dorsal view; B1 setae on IX usually blunt.

<==Adraneothrips Hood 1925 MM96
    |--*A. tibialis (Hood 1914) [=Haplothrips tibialis] MM96
    |--A. abdominalis Hood 1925 MM96
    |--A. acutulus Mound & Marullo 1996 MM96
    |--A. acutus Hood 1950 MM96
    |--A. alajuela Mound & Marullo 1996 MM96
    |--A. albicollis Hood 1935 MM96
    |--A. alternatus Hood 1925 MM96
    |--A. andrei Medina Gaud 1961 MM96
    |--A. apalus Stannard 1965 MM96
    |--A. aztecus Johansen 1983 JR-SM-G05
    |--A. bellus (Hood & Williams 1915) [=Haplothrips bellus] MM96
    |--A. biadenes Mound & Marullo 1996 MM96
    |--A. bilineatus Hood 1935 MM96
    |--A. brasiliensis Hood 1950 MM96
    |--A. cautus Johansen 1981 MM96
    |--A. cinctiventris Hood 1942 MM96
    |--A. decorus Hood 1938 JR-SM-G05
    |--A. desocellatus (Priesner 1933) [=Hypothrips desocellatus] MM96
    |--A. diligens Hood 1935 MM96
    |--A. ephippium Cott 1956 MM96
    |--A. exiguus (Hood 1912) [=Cryptothrips exiguus] MM96
    |--A. falsus Johansen 1974 MM96
    |--A. faustus Cott 1956 MM96
    |--A. fuscicollis Hood 1925 MM96
    |--A. hoffi Cott 1956 MM96
    |--A. huachucae Hood 1927 MM96
    |--A. imbecillus Hood 1938 MM96
    |--A. inca Hood 1938 MM96
    |--A. lepidus Hood 1950 MM96
    |--A. microsetis Hood 1942 MM96
    |--A. obliquus Hood 1950 MM96
    |--A. oculatus Hood 1942 MM96
    |--A. pallidus (Watson 1924) [=Gastrothrips pallidus] MM96
    |--A. peruviensis Hood 1942 MM96
    |--A. pinicola Hood 1938 MM96
    |--A. poecilonotus Hood 1939 MM96
    |--A. pulchellus Hood 1950 MM96
    |--A. rostratus Hood 1938 MM96
    |--A. saturatus Cott 1956 MM96
    |--A. septimanus Hood 1950 MM96
    |--A. silvaticus Hood 1950 MM96
    |--A. simulator Hood 1925 MM96
    |--A. spadix Hood 1950 MM96
    |--A. stenocephalus Hood 1938 MM96
    |--A. strasseni Johansen 1979 MM96
    |--A. transversus Hood 1950 MM96
    |--A. tupi Hood 1950 MM96
    |--A. uniformis Hood 1925 MM96
    |--A. vacuus Cott 1956 MM96
    |--A. vespicola De Santis 1981 MM96
    `--A. xanthosoma Hood 1938 MM96

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[JR-SM-G05] Johansen, R. M., A. P. Retana-Salazar & A. Mojica-Guzmán. 2005. A review of the New World bryophyte-feeding genus Wegenerithrips Johansen 1983 (Insecta, Thysanoptera, Thripidae). Senckenbergiana Biologica 85 (1): 61-83.

[MM96] 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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