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Redescription and distribution of the spider mites Tetranychus evansi and T. marianae

de Moraes, G.J.; McMurtry, J.A. and Baker, E.W.


1987 - Volume: 28 Issue: 4 pages: 333-343


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morphology chorology Tetranychidae Tetranychus

Abstract

Tetranychus evansi Baker and Pritchard and Tetranychus marianae McGregor are redescribed. The main differences between these two species are: the relative position of the proximal duplex setae on tarsus I of the female; shape of empodium II of the male; degree of development of the dorsal spur of the male empodia; lengths of intercoxal setae 3 and 4; and sizes of idiosoma, body setae and leg segments. A reassesment of the distribution of both species is provided.

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1987-12-30

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1987 de Moraes, G.J.; McMurtry, J.A. and Baker, E.W.

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