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Karnyothrips

Karnyothrips flavipes, from CSIRO.


Belongs within: Phlaeothripidae.

Karnyothrips is a genus of thrips (poorly distinguished from the closely related Apterygothrips) commonly found on dead twigs (Mound & Marullo 1996).

Characters (from Mound & Marullo 1996): Antennal segments VII and VIII distinct, segment IV with two to four sense cones; maxillary stylets one third to one quarter of head width apart; prosternal basantra well developed; anal setae often 1.5 times as long as tube or longer; often micropterous or apterous, forewings if present weakly constricted medially with few or no duplicated cilia.

<==Karnyothrips Watson 1924 [=Karnyia Watson 1922 (preoc.), Karynia (l. c.)] MM96
    |--K. flavipes (Jones 1912) (see below for synonymy) MM96
    |--K. americanus (Hood 1912) [=Zygothrips americanus; incl. Cephalothrips elegans Moulton 1929] MM96
    |--K. analis (De Santis 1959) [=Adraneothrips analis, Apterygothrips analis] MM96
    |--K. antennatus Hood 1938 MM96
    |--K. anthracinus (Hood 1939) [=Watsoniella anthracina] MM96
    |--K. arizona Hood 1939 MM96
    |--K. brimleyi Hood 1938 MM96
    |--K. bromelianus Johansen 1982 [=Apterygothrips bromelianus] MM96
    |--K. caliginosus Hood 1938 MM96
    |--K. caxamarca Hood 1938 MM96
    |--K. dodgei (Hood 1925) [=Hindsiana dodgei] MM96
    |--K. festivus (Hood 1939) [=Watsoniella festiva] MM96
    |--K. franciscanus (Hood 1949) [=Watsoniella franciscana] MM96
    |--K. harti (Hood 1913) [=Zygothrips harti; incl. Z. femoralis Morgan 1913, Haplothrips gracilis Watson 1920] MM96
    |--K. longiceps (Hood 1908) (see below for synonymy) MM96
    |--K. medialis Hood 1957 MM96
    |--K. melaleucus (Bagnall 1911) (see below for synonymy) MM96
    |--K. merrilli (Watson 1920) [=Haplothrips merrilli; incl. H. panamaensis Watson 1931, K. tenuis Moulton 1938] MM96
    |--K. minimus Johansen 1974 MM96
    |--K. noveboracensis (Hood 1940) [=Watsoniella noveboracensis] MM96
    |--K. ochropezus Hood 1934 MM96
    |--K. piceus Hood 1957 MM96
    |--K. politus Johansen 1983 MM96
    |--K. prolatus Hood 1957 MM96
    |--K. rhopalocerus (Hood 1925) [=Hindsiana rhopalocera] MM96
    |--K. sonorensis Stannard 1956 [=Haplothrips (Xylaplothrips) sonorensis] MM96
    |--K. sympathicus Johansen 1982 MM96
    |--K. tepoztlanensis Johansen & Mojica 1993 MM96
    |--K. texensis (Hood 1940) [=Watsoniella texensis] MM96
    `--K. venustus (Moulton 1941) [=Cryptothrips venustus] MM96

Karnyothrips flavipes (Jones 1912) [=Anthothrips flavipes; incl. Hindsiana catchingsi Watson 1924, Cryptothrips citri Watson 1918, Haplothrips cubensis Watson 1924, Ha. funki Watson 1920, Ha. harnedi Watson 1922, Watsoniella jonesiana Cott 1950, Ha. longisetis Bagnall 1913, Ha. oneco Watson 1924, Zygothrips pullus Hood & Williams 1915, Cryptothrips salicis Jones 1912, *Karynia (l. c.) weigeli Watson 1922] MM96

Karnyothrips longiceps (Hood 1908) [=Zygothrips longiceps, Apterygothrips longiceps; incl. Cephalothrips errans Moulton 1911] MM96

Karnyothrips melaleucus (Bagnall 1911) [=Hindsiana melaleuca; incl. Zygothrips bicolor Hood & Williams 1915, H. cocois Watson 1922, Cephalothrips elongatus Watson 1919, H. pini Watson 1922] MM96

*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.

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