Flechtmann, C.H.W. and Hunter, P.E.,1971.
The spider mites (Prostigmata : Tetranychidae) of Georgia
. Journal of the Georgia Entomological Society, 6: 16-30.



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Summary:

  • Nomenclatural data
  • Host data
  • Distribution data


  • Nomenclatural data:

  • Eotetranychus crossleyi Flechtmann & Hunter, 1971;
  • Tetranychus schoenei McGregor, 1941; Tetranychus sinhai Baker, 1962.
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    Host data (44 results):

  • Aponychus spinosus (Banks, 1909) [Ulmaceae: Ulmus americana];
  • Eotetranychus clitus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Leguminosae: Desmodium sp.Rosaceae: Malus domestica]; Eotetranychus crossleyi Flechtmann & Hunter, 1971 [Sapindaceae: Acer saccharinum]; Eotetranychus hicoriae (McGregor, 1950) [Juglandaceae : Carya illinoinensis]; Eotetranychus multidigituli (Ewing, 1917) [Leguminosae: Gleditsia triacanthos];
  • Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman, 1935) [Buxaceae: Buxus sempervirens];
  • Oligonychus aceris (Shimer, 1869) [Sapindaceae: Acer sp.]; Oligonychus bicolor (Banks, 1894) [Fagaceae: Quercus sp.Juglandaceae : Juglans sp.]; Oligonychus endytus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Aquifoliaceae: Ilex sp.Elaeagnaceae: Elaeagnus sp.]; Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor, 1917) [Melastomataceae: Rhexia sp.Pentaphylacaceae: Cleyera sp.]; Oligonychus modestus (Banks, 1900) [Poaceae: Zea mays]; Oligonychus pratensis (Banks, 1912) [Poaceae: Sorghum halepense]; Oligonychus viridis (Banks, 1894) [Juglandaceae : Carya illinoinensis];
  • Panonychus citri (McGregor, 1916) [Rosaceae: Photinia serratifoliaPrunus persicaRutaceae: Citrus sp.];
  • Petrobia (Petrobia) apicalis Banks, 1917 [Leguminosae: Trifolium incarnatum];
  • Petrobia (Tetranychina) harti (Ewing, 1909) [Oxalidaceae: Oxalis sp.];
  • Tetranychus desertorum Banks, 1900 [Onagraceae: Oenothera speciosa]; Tetranychus gloveri Banks, 1900 [Dryopteridaceae: Polystichum acrostichoidesMalvaceae: Gossypium sp.]; Tetranychus schoenei McGregor, 1941 [Apocynaceae: Asclepias sp.Bignoniaceae: Bignonia sp.]; Tetranychus sinhai Baker, 1962 [Poaceae: Elymus virginicusSorghum halepense]; Tetranychus urticae Koch, 1835 [Apiaceae: Apium graveolensCaprifoliaceae: Lonicera sp.Convolvulaceae: Ipomoea batatasCupressaceae: Chamaecyparis thyoidesJuniperus sp.Juglandaceae : Carya illinoinensisMoraceae: Morus sp.Paeoniaceae: Paeonia sp.Phytolaccaceae: Phytolacca americanaPinaceae: Pinus sp.Tsuga canadensisRosaceae: Prunus persicaRosa sp.Salicaceae: Salix babylonicaSolanaceae: Solanum lycopersicum].
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    Distribution data (25 results):

  • Aponychus spinosus (Banks, 1909) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Bryobia praetiosa Koch, 1836 [Nearctic: United States];
  • Eotetranychus clitus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus crossleyi Flechtmann & Hunter, 1971 [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus hicoriae (McGregor, 1950) [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus multidigituli (Ewing, 1917) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman, 1935) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Oligonychus aceris (Shimer, 1869) [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus bicolor (Banks, 1894) [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus endytus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor, 1917) [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus modestus (Banks, 1900) [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi, 1905) [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus viridis (Banks, 1894) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Panonychus citri (McGregor, 1916) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Petrobia (Petrobia) apicalis Banks, 1917 [Nearctic: United States];
  • Petrobia (Tetranychina) harti (Ewing, 1909) [Nearctic: United States]; Petrobia (Tetranychina) lupini McGregor, 1950 [Nearctic: United States];
  • Schizotetranychus camur Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States];
  • Tetranychus desertorum Banks, 1900 [Nearctic: United States]; Tetranychus gloveri Banks, 1900 [Nearctic: United States]; Tetranychus merganser Boudreaux, 1954 [Nearctic: United States]; Tetranychus schoenei McGregor, 1941 [Nearctic: United States]; Tetranychus sinhai Baker, 1962 [Nearctic: United States]; Tetranychus urticae Koch, 1835 [Nearctic: United States].
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