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Danothrips salicis sp. n. is described from young leaves of Salix sp. in Southwestern China. This species is similar to D. moundi, D. theifolii and D. trifasciatus, but can be distinguished by the colour of the fore wing, the median longitudinal split on tergite X of females, and in males by the situation of the median short thorn-like setae on tergite IX.
The genus Ajothrips was erected for two new species from India (Bhatti 1967), although subsequently a third Indian species was added (Bhatti 1997). All three species have remained known only from females, although Mound (2009) recorded the presence of sternal pore plates in unspecified males of this genus. The purpose of this note is to record the type… (More)