Whitefly of the world. A systematic catalogue of the Aleyrodidae (Homoptera) with host plant and natural enemy data.
Thysanoptera: diversity and interactions.
- L. Mound
- Biology, Environmental ScienceAnnual Review of Entomology
The extent to which the knowledge of the biology of thrips has increased in recent years is reviewed, such as the behavior of particular species and their interactions with other organisms, including host plant associations, pollination, predation, and natural enemies--factors involved in driving diversification within this order of opportunistic insects.
Thysanoptera: An Identification Guide
This throughly updated edition incorporates all the taxonomic changes and new distribution records which have occurred since the publication of the first edition and a new set of pictorial keys which have been developed and used for training courses at the International Institute of Entomology and which aims to enhance the ability of the non-specialist to identify thrips to species.
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-group…
THE THYSANOPTERA VECTOR SPECIES OF TOSPOVIRUSES
- L. Mound
- 1 September 1996
Phylogenetic relationships between the families of recent Thysanoptera (Insecta)
The Phlaeothripidae are either derived independently from Protothysanoptera, or else are the sister-group of the Thripidae, the most specialized family of Terebrantia.
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. dorsalis Hood on groundnuts in India, tea in Japan and strawberries in Queensland.
Evolution of ecological and behavioural diversity : Australian Acacia thrips as model organisms