Advenathrips inquilinus: A new genus and species of social parasites (Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae)

@article{Morris2000AdvenathripsIA,
  title={Advenathrips inquilinus: A new genus and species of social parasites (Thysanoptera: Phlaeothripidae)},
  author={D. Morris and L. Mound and M. Schwarz},
  journal={Australian Journal of Entomology},
  year={2000},
  volume={39},
  pages={53-57}
}
Advenathrips inquilinus gen. et sp. n. produces colonies within pre-existing colonies of an undescribed species of Dunatothrips Moulton on Acacia aneura, the widespread mulga trees of central Australia. The Dunatothrips adults construct domiciles by sewing together terminal phyllodes of their Acacia host, and within these domiciles they raise their brood in subsocial colonies. Advenathrips inquilinus enters established Dunatothrips colonies, then lays eggs and raises its brood among those of… Expand
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