Tetranychidae - Tetranychinae - Tetranychini

Amphitetranychus viennensis (Zacher, 1920). Zacher (1920): 1.

Tetranychus (Epitetranychus) viennensis Zacher, 1920. Zacher (1920): 1. Type host: Cerasus vulgaris, Malus domestica, Prunus avium, Pyrus communis. Type locality: Austria, Germany.


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  • Nomenclature:

    Tetranychus crataegi Hirst, 1920. Synonym description. Hirst (1920): 51.
    Tetranychus crataegi Zacher, 1921. Synonymy by. Zacher (1921): 1.

    Apotetranychus longipenis Ugarov & Nikolskii, 1937. Synonym description. Ugarov, Nikolskii (1937): 34. Type host: Malus domestica. Type locality: Uzbekistan.
    Apotetranychus longipenis Pritchard & Baker, 1955. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 384.

    Tetranychus (Epitetranychus) viennensis Zacher, 1920. Valid nomenclatural act. Zacher (1920): 1. Type host: Cerasus vulgaris, Malus domestica, Prunus avium, Pyrus communis. Type locality: Austria, Germany.
    Amphitetranychus viennensis (Zacher, 1920). New combination. Oudemans (1931): 224.
    Tetranychus viennensis Zacher, 1920. New combination. Reck (1950): 127.
    Amphitetranychus viennensis (Zacher, 1920). New combination. Ehara (1956): 252.
    Tetranychus (Amphitetranychus) viennensis Zacher, 1920. New combination. Wainstein (1960): 164.
    Tetranychus (Armenychus) viennensis Zacher, 1920. New combination. Tseng (1990): 156.
    Amphitetranychus viennensis (Zacher, 1920). New combination. Navajas, Gutierrez & Gotoh (1997): 288.

    Apotetranychus virginis Ugarov, 1937. Synonym description. Ugarov (1937): 30. Type host: Pyrus communis. Type locality: Uzbekistan.
    Apotetranychus virginis Ugarov, 1937. Synonymy by. Wainstein (1960): 164.

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    Hosts (60 results):


    Apocynaceae: Plumeria sp..
    Betulaceae: Carpinus betulus [Zhovnerchuk (2006)]; Corylus avellana.
    Caprifoliaceae: Symphoricarpos orbiculatus [Uysal, Cobanoglu & Okten (2001)].
    Fagaceae: Quercus mongolica; Quercus sp..
    Hydrangeaceae: Deutzia sp..
    Malvaceae: Tilia sp. [Geijskes (1939); Carmona & Dias (1980)].
    Moraceae: Ficus carica.
    Oleaceae: Fraxinus sp. [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)].
    Rosaceae: Amelanchier ovalis [Zhovnerchuk (2006)]; Armeniaca mume [Lee, H., Chung, B. (2011)]; Cerasus avium [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Cerasus mahaleb [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Cerasus serrula [Lee, Suh & Kwon (1999)]; Cerasus subhirtella; Cerasus vulgaris [Zacher (1920); Zhovnerchuk (2006); Mladenovic, Stojnic, Vidovic, et al. (2013)]; Cerasus yedoensis [Choi & Kim (1998); Gotoh, Noda & Hong (2003)]; Chaenomeles japonica [Kishimoto & Adachi (2006)]; Crataegus azarolus; Crataegus curvisepala [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)]; Crataegus grandifolia; Crataegus laevigata [Zhovnerchuk (2006); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Crataegus monogyna [Zhovnerchuk (2006)]; Crataegus sp. [Hirst (1920)]; Cydonia oblonga [Gerini (1971)]; Fragaria sp.; Malus domestica [Zacher (1920); Ugarov, Nikolskii (1937); Rambier (1954); Rambier (1958); Alfaro (1964); Dosse, Musa (1967); Zacharda, Pultar & Muska (1988); Navajas, Gutierrez, Lagnel, et al. (1996); Markoyiannaki-Printzioui, Papaioannou-Souliotis, Zeginis, et al. (2000); Arnaudov (2003); Li, Tian & Shen (2007); Migeon (2015)]; Malus floribunda; Malus pumila [Stojnic, Mladenovic, Maric, et al. (2014); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Malus sieboldii; Malus sieversii; Mespilus sp.; Padus avium [Uysal, Cobanoglu & Okten (2001)]; Photinia melanocarpa [Zhovnerchuk (2006)]; Prunus amygdalus [Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Prunus armeniaca [Hatzinikolis (1986); Matsuda, Morishita, Hinomoto, et al. (2014)]; Prunus avium [Zacher (1920); Rambier (1958); Carmona & Dias (1980); Mladenovic, Stojnic, Vidovic, et al. (2013); Migeon (2015)]; Prunus cerasifera [Mladenovic, Stojnic, Vidovic, et al. (2013); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Prunus cerasus [Dosse, Musa (1967)]; Prunus divaricata [Zhovnerchuk (2006)]; Prunus domestica [Rambier (1958); Dosse, Musa (1967); Migeon (2015); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017); Zeity (2017)]; Prunus insititia; Prunus padus [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Prunus persica [Rambier (1958); Carmona (1964); Carmona & Dias (1980)]; Prunus serotina [Zahedi-Golpayegani, Saboori, Nowzari, et al. (2003); Kafil, Allahyari & Saboori (2007)]; Prunus serrulata [Choi & Kim (1998)]; Prunus spinosa [Migeon (2015); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Pyracantha coccinea [Uysal, Cobanoglu & Okten (2001)]; Pyrus canadensis; Pyrus communis [Zacher (1920); Ugarov (1937); Rambier (1958); Dosse, Musa (1967); Hatzinikolis (1968); Hatzinikolis (1969); Carmona & Dias (1980); Hatzinikolis (1986); Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Pyrus pollveria; Pyrus pyrifolia; Rubus idaeus; Rubus plicatus; Sorbus aucuparia [Zhovnerchuk (2006); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Sorbus borbasii [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Sorbus intermedia [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)].
    Salicaceae: Populus alba [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Populus sp. [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]

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    Distribution (39 results):


    Oriental: China (Oriental) [Wang, Zhang & Zhang (1985); Wang & Cui (1992)]; Taiwan [Tseng (1990)].
    Palearctic: Armenia [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Austria [Zacher (1920)]; Azerbaijan [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Belgium [Rossem, Burger & Bund (1961)]; Bulgaria [Balevski (1967); Arnaudov (2003)]; China (Palearctic) [Ma & Yuan (1975); Wang, Cui & Zhang (1981); Li, Tian & Shen (2007)]; Czech Republic [Zacharda, Pultar & Muska (1988)]; France [Chaboussou & Bessard (1954); Rambier (1954); Rambier (1958); Navajas, Gutierrez, Lagnel, et al. (1996); Migeon (2015)]; Germany [Zacher (1920)]; Greece [Bouchelos (1962); Hatzinikolis (1968); Hatzinikolis (1969); Hatzinikolis (1986); Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994); Markoyiannaki-Printzioui, Papaioannou-Souliotis, Zeginis, et al. (2000)]; Gruziya (Georgia) [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Hungary [Bognar (1961); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Iran [Khalil-Manesh (1973); Zahedi-Golpayegani, Saboori, Nowzari, et al. (2003); Kafil, Allahyari & Saboori (2007); Beyzavi, Ueckermann, Faraji, et al. (2013)]; Italy [Vacante (1983); Bernini, Castagnoli & Nannelli (1995)]; Japan [Ehara (1956); Gotoh, Noda & Hong (2003); Kishimoto & Adachi (2006); Matsuda, Morishita, Hinomoto, et al. (2014)]; Kazakhstan [Ugarov, Nikolskii (1937); Wainstein (1954); Wainstein (1956); Wainstein (1956); Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Korea (Rep. South) [Lee, Lee, Kim, et al. (1987); Lee, Suh & Kwon (1999); Lee, H., Chung, B. (2011); Choi, Shim, Jung, et al. (2018)]; Lebanon [Dosse (1967); Dosse, Musa (1967)]; Lithuania [Pauriene (1970)]; Moldova [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Netherlands [Rossem, Burger & Bund (1961); Vierbergen (1990); Migeon (2015)]; Poland [Boczek & Kropczynska (1964); Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)]; Portugal [Carmona (1964); Carmona & Dias (1980)]; Romania [Iacob (1978)]; Russia (Eastern) [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Russia (Western) [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Serbia-Montenegro [Mladenovic, Stojnic, Vidovic, et al. (2013); Stojnic, Mladenovic, Maric, et al. (2014)]; Slovakia [Jedlickova (1994)]; Spain [Alfaro (1964); Ferragut & Santonja (1989)]; Sweden [Oudemans (1931)]; Switzerland [G√ľnthart & H. (1959)]; Syria [Zeity (2017)]; Tajikistan [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Turkey [Duzgunes (1961); Uysal, Cobanoglu & Okten (2001)]; Ukraine [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987); Zhovnerchuk (2006)]; United Kingdom [Hirst (1920)]; Uzbekistan [Ugarov (1937); Ugarov, Nikolskii (1937); Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)].

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