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Idolothripini

Male Dinothrips sumatrensis, from CSIRO.


Belongs within: Phlaeothripidae.
Contains: Elaphrothrips, Mecynothrips, Ophthalmothrips, Anactinothrips, Idolothripina, Actinothrips, Bactrothrips, Zeugmatothrips.

The Idolothripini is a lineage of fungus-feeding thrips, characterised by the absence of metathoracic sternopleural sutures, and usually by the presence on the tergites of two or more pairs of wing-retaining setae. Within the Idolothripini, the subtribes Idolothripina and Hystricothripina are united by the presence of conspicuous lateral setae on the anal tube, and shortened metathoracic anapleural sutures. The Elaphrothripina, in contrast, lack conspicuous hairs on the tube and have the anapleural sutures complete (Mound & Palmer 1983).

<==Idolothripini
    |--Elaphrothripina MP83
    |    |--Elaphrothrips MP83
    |    |--Mecynothrips MP83
    |    |--Ophthalmothrips MP83
    |    |--Anactinothrips MP83
    |    |--Tiarothrips Priesner 1935 MP83
    |    |    `--*T. subramanii (Ramakrishna 1925) [=Kleothrips subramanii] MP83
    |    |--Hartwigia Faure 1949 MP83
    |    |    `--*H. tumiceps Faure 1949 MP83
    |    |--Dermothrips Bagnall 1910 MP83
    |    |    `--*D. hawaiiensis Bagnall 1910 MP83
    |    |--Lamillothrips Bagnall 1923 [incl. Hylothrips Priesner 1932] MP83
    |    |    |--*L. typicus Bagnall 1923 (see below for synonymy) MP83
    |    |    |--L. aethiopicus (Priesner 1932) [=*Hylothrips aethiopicus] MP83
    |    |    `--L. vitulus (Karny 1920) [=Macrothrips vitulus] MP83
    |    |--Malesiathrips Palmer & Mound 1978 MP83
    |    |    |--*M. malayensis Palmer & Mound 1978 MP83
    |    |    |--M. guamensis Palmer & Mound 1978 MP83
    |    |    `--M. solomoni (Mound 1970) [=Atractothrips solomoni] MP83
    |    `--Dinothrips Bagnall 1908 [incl. Paxillothrips Ananthakrishnan 1961] MP83
    |         |--*D. sumatrensis Bagnall 1908 [incl. D. fulmeki Priesner 1959, D. furcifer Schmutz 1913] MP83
    |         |--D. juglandis Moulton 1933 MP83
    |         |--D. longicauda (Ananthakrishnan 1961) [=*Paxillothrips longicauda] MP83
    |         |--D. monodon Karny 1920 MP83
    |         `--D. spinosus (Schmutz 1913) (see below for synonymy) MP83
    `--+--Idolothripina MP83
       `--Hystricothripina [Hystrichothripidae, Megathripina, Zeugmatothripina] MP83
            |--Actinothrips MM96
            |--Bactrothrips MM96
            |--Zeugmatothrips MM96
            |--Hybridothrips Stannard 1954 MM96
            |    `--*H. oneillae (Stannard 1954) (see below for synonymy) MM96
            |--Saurothrips Hood 1952 MM96
            |    `--*S. assai Hood 1952 MM96
            |--Cyphothrips Hood 1952 MM96
            |    `--*C. dorsalis Hood 1952 MM96
            |--Ceuthothrips Hood 1938 MM96
            |    `--*C. timuqua Hood 1938 MM96
            |--Zeuglothrips Hood 1936 MM96
            |    `--*Z. echinus Hood 1936 MM96
            |--Neatractothrips Mound & Palmer 1983 MP83
            |    `--*N. macrurus (Okajima 1975) [=Atractothrips macrurus] MP83
            |--Paractinothrips Mound & Palmer 1983 MP83
            |    `--*P. peratus Mound & Palmer 1983 MP83
            |--Atractothrips Hood 1938 [Atractothripina] MM96
            |    |--*A. bradleyi Hood 1938 MM96
            |    `--A. mockfordi Stannard 1974 MM96
            |--Zactinothrips Hood 1936 MM96
            |    |--*Z. elegans Hood 1936 MM96
            |    `--Z. modestus Hood 1941 MM96
            |--Azeugmatothrips Mound & Palmer 1983 MM96
            |    |--*A. rectus Mound & Palmer 1983 MM96
            |    `--A. obrieni (Johansen & Garcia 1980) [=Zeuglothrips obrieni] MM96
            |--Hystricothrips Karny 1912 [incl. Zeugmatothripoides Bagnall 1929] MP83
            |    |--*H. phasgonura Karny 1912 [incl. H. hystrix Priesner 1932] MP83
            |    `--H. africanus (Bagnall 1929) [=*Zeugmatothripoides africanus] MP83
            |--Holurothrips Bagnall 1914 MP83
            |    |--*H. ornatus Bagnall 1914 [incl. H. leeuweni Priesner 1934] MP83
            |    |--H. collessi Mound 1974 MP83
            |    `--H. morikawai Kurosawa 1968 MP83
            |--Megathrips Targioni-Tozzetti 1881 MM96 [incl. Siphonothrips Buffa 1908 MP83]
            |    |--M. lativentris (Heeger 1852) (see below for synonymy) MP83
            |    |--M. brevis (Bagnall 1914) [=Siphonothrips brevis] MP83
            |    |--M. elegans (Buffa 1908) [=*Siphonothrips elegans] MP83
            |    |--M. flavipes (Reuter 1901) [=Cryptothrips flavipes] MP83
            |    |--M. inermis Priesner 1937 MP83
            |    `--M. timidus Cott 1956 MM96
            `--Megalothrips Uzel 1895 MM96
                 |--*M. bonannii Uzel 1895 MM96
                 |--M. andrei Mound & Palmer 1983 MP83
                 |--M. delmasi Bournier 1956 MP83
                 |--M. picticornis Hood 1927 [incl. M. animus Moulton 1929] MP83
                 |--M. schuhi Crawford 1947 MP83
                 `--M. spinosus Hood 1908 [incl. M. fuscus Watson 1921] MP83

Dinothrips spinosus (Schmutz 1913) [=Ischyrothrips spinosus; incl. Din. affinis Bagnall 1915, Din. anodon Karny 1923, Din. celebensis Bagnall 1934, Dicaiothrips crassiceps Bagnall 1921, Din. gardneri Moulton 1928, Din. jacobsoni Karny 1921, Din. kenneri Karny 1923, Din. malloti Moulton 1933] MP83

*Hybridothrips oneillae (Stannard 1954) [=Actinothrips (*Hybridothrips) oneillae; incl. Zeuglothrips guerreronis Johansen & Garcia 1973] MM96

*Lamillothrips typicus Bagnall 1923 [incl. Machatothrips longidens Bagnall 1934, L. pennicollis Bagnall 1923] MP83

Megathrips lativentris (Heeger 1852) [=Phloeothrips lativentris; incl. P. longispina Reuter 1879, Megalothrips niger Schmutz 1909, Bacillothrips padewiethi Karny 1919, *Megathrips piccioli Targioni-Tozzetti 1881, Phloeothrips tibialis Reuter 1879] MP83

*Type species of generic name indicated

REFERENCES

[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.

[MP83] Mound, L. A. & J. M. Palmer. 1983. The generic and tribal classification of spore-feeding Thysanoptera (Phlaeothripidae: Idolothripinae). Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History): Entomology series 46 (1): 1-174.

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