Thripidae


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Thripidae

[′thrip·ə‚dē]
(invertebrate zoology)
A large family of thrips, order Thysanoptera, which includes the most common species.
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1981: Phylogenetic relationships between some genera of Thripidae (Thysanoptera).
Estudio biologico y taxonomico de los Thripidae (Thysanoptera: Insecta) de Costa Rica, con enfasis en el genero Franklintella Karny, 1910.
This pattern of relationships is particularly surprising because the males of Pseudothrips species exhibit a remarkable character that occurs in only six other genera of the worldwide family Thripidae, each of these being from South America (Mound and Marullo 1996, De Borbon 2008).
The genus Scirtothrips Shull, 1909 (Thysanoptera: Thripidae, Sericothripini), in Mexico.
Of the nine families of order Thysanoptera (Mound and Minaei, 2007), Aeolothripidae, Thripidae and Phlaeothripidae are the more prevalent thrips families of the subcontinent for example, Haplothrips spp.
Estos autores tambien mencionan que en las familias Thripidae y Phlaeothripidae existen algunas especies con habitos depredadores.
Annulations on antennal amily Thripidae, 25 segments III and IV present, with microtrichia typically arising from annulations (Fig.
Hood, 1908 (V) -- -- 1 Thripidae 13 19 98 Heliothrips haemorrohidalis (Bouche, 1833) (F) 2 2 16 Bravothrips sp.
4), is differentiated from other Thripidae males encountered in Florida by the presence of irregular transverse rows of round to oval pore plates on sternites III-VII (Fig.
Los trabajos taxonomicos mas recientes de cste orden para la Sabana de Bogota son: Mound e Isaza (1994) quienes identificaron dos familias, Thripidae y Heterothri pidae, presentando la primera cinco generos distribuidos en nueve especies y la segunda una especie no identificada del genero Hetereothrips.
Species of Thripidae included the phytophagous Caliothrips fasciatus (Pergande), Chirothrips aculeatus Bagnall, Frankliniella occidentals (Pergande), Thrips hawaiiensis (Morgan), and Thrips tabaci Lindeman.
However, the diversity of Thripidae associated with papaya crops, particularly in the major production areas of southeastern Brazil, necessitates studies to investigate papaya virus transmission associated with thrips species.