Thrips (Thysanoptera). Chapter 13.1

@inproceedings{Reynaud2010ThripsC,
  title={Thrips (Thysanoptera). Chapter 13.1},
  author={P. Reynaud},
  year={2010}
}
Th rips (Order Th ysanoptera) are found worldwide and include almost 6000 species. Several of them are notorious for causing extensive crop damage (by feeding on leaf tissue or by vectoring viral disease). Th eir small size (usually less than 2 millimeters) and cryptic habits have facilited invasions and establishment in Europe in the wild or in greenhouses. Fifty-two alien species, belonging to four families have been recorded within Europe. Species introduced before 1950 mostly originate from… Expand
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