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Thysanoptera: diversity and interactions.
  • L. Mound
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Annual review of entomology
  • 2005
Published literature on thrips has been dominated by descriptive taxonomy, pest control work, and generalized synecology. The lack of studies examining the detailed biology or autecology of anyExpand
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An annotated check list of the world’s whiteflies (Insecta: Hemiptera: Aleyrodidae)
An updated check list of the world’s extant whitefly species is presented, comprising 1556 accepted species names in 161 genera, together with a further 210 species-group names and 40 genus-groupExpand
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THE THYSANOPTERA VECTOR SPECIES OF TOSPOVIRUSES
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Thysanoptera: An Identification Guide
A number of species of thysanoptera (thrips) are increasingly important crop pests in many parts of the world, as well as in some cases being vectors of plant disease. This book is a completelyExpand
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Phylogenetic relationships between the families of recent Thysanoptera (Insecta)
One family, the Phlaeothripidae, is recognized in the suborder Tubulifera, whereas extant species of Terebrantia are classified into seven families: Uzelothripidae, Merothripidae, Aeolothripidae,Expand
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Identification, distribution and host-plants of the pest species of Scirtothrips (Thysanoptera: Thripidae).
Notes are given on the host range, distribution and recognition of the ten species of Scirtothrips recorded as pests: S. aurantii Faure on citrus in South Africa and bananas in Yemen; S. bispinosusExpand
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Whitefly of the world
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Terebrantia (Insecta: Thysanoptera).
Fifty-one species of Terebrantia in 26 genera are recorded from the New Zealand region, including the following new taxa: Adelphithrips dolus new species; Anaphrygmothrips otagoensis new genus andExpand
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