Tetranychidae - Tetranychinae - Tetranychini

Tetranychus yusti McGregor, 1955. McGregor (1955): 368.

Tetranychus yusti McGregor, 1955. McGregor (1955): 368. Type locality: Ecuador.


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Summary:

  • Nomenclature
  • Hosts
  • Distribution
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  • Nomenclature:

    Tetranychus lobosus Boudreaux, 1956. Synonym description. Boudreaux (1956): 43.
    Tetranychus lobosus Boudreaux, 1956. Synonymy by. Baker & Pritchard (1962): 335.

    Tetranychus yusti McGregor, 1955. Valid nomenclatural act. McGregor (1955): 368. Type locality: Ecuador.
    Tetranychus (Tetranychus) yusti McGregor, 1955. New combination. Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976): 97.

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    Hosts (47 results):


    Amaranthaceae: Amaranthus tricolor [Matthysse (1980)].
    Apocynaceae: Plumeria sp. [Migeon (2015)].
    Araceae: Colocasia sp. [Matthysse (1980)]; Raphidophora sp. [Migeon (2015)]; Syngonium sp. [Baker & Pritchard (1962)]; Xanthosoma sagittifolium [Andrews & Poe (1980)].
    Caprifoliaceae: Lonicera sp..
    Compositae: Baltimora recta [Baker & Pritchard (1962)]; Calendula officinalis; Helianthus annuus [Jeppson, Keifer & Baker (1975)]; Tagetes sp. [Jeppson, Keifer & Baker (1975)].
    Convolvulaceae: Ipomoea batatas [Jeppson, Keifer & Baker (1975)].
    Cucurbitaceae: Cucumis sp. [Baker (1975)].
    Euphorbiaceae: Manihot esculenta [Baker (1975); Migeon (2015)]; Ricinus communis [Flechtmann, Kreiter, Etienne, et al. (1999)].
    Lamiaceae : Holmskioldia sanguinea [Flechtmann, Kreiter, Etienne, et al. (1999)]; Leonotis nepetifolia [Flechtmann, Kreiter, Etienne, et al. (1999)].
    Leguminosae: Arachis hypogaea [Jeppson, Keifer & Baker (1975)]; Cajanus cajan [Matthysse (1980)]; Canavalia rosea [Flechtmann, Kreiter, Etienne, et al. (1999)]; Cassia sp. [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)]; Centrosema pubescens [Matthysse (1980)]; Clitoria ternatea [Baker & Pritchard (1962)]; Glycine max [Jeppson, Keifer & Baker (1975)]; Macroptilium atropurpureum [Migeon (2015)]; Phaseolus sp. [Jeppson, Keifer & Baker (1975)]; Phaseolus vulgaris [Mancia & Cortès (1975); Andrews & Poe (1980); Matthysse (1980)]; Pisum sativum [Jeppson, Keifer & Baker (1975)]; Pueraria phaseoloides [Baker & Pritchard (1962); Migeon (2015)]; Trifolium repens [Jeppson, Keifer & Baker (1975)]; Vigna unguiculata [Jeppson, Keifer & Baker (1975)].
    Malvaceae: Abelmoschus esculentus [Jeppson, Keifer & Baker (1975)]; Byttneria aculeata [Baker & Pritchard (1962)]; Gossypium sp. [Matthysse (1980)].
    Musaceae: Musa acuminata; Musa sp. [Flechtmann, Kreiter, Etienne, et al. (1999)]; Musa x paradisiaca [Baker & Pritchard (1962)].
    Passifloraceae: Passiflora sp. [Migeon (2015)].
    Poaceae: Poa sp. [Baker & Pritchard (1962)]; Zea mays.
    Rhamnaceae: Ziziphus jujuba [Flechtmann, Kreiter, Etienne, et al. (1999)].
    Rosaceae: Fragaria sp.; Fragaria x ananassa [Migeon (2015)].
    Solanaceae: Solanum sp. [Matthysse (1980)].
    Theaceae: Camellia sp..
    Urticaceae: Urtica sp. [Baker & Pritchard (1962)].
    Verbenaceae: Citharexylum spinosum [Flechtmann, Kreiter, Etienne, et al. (1999)]

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    Distribution (16 results):


    Afrotropical: Nigeria [Matthysse (1980)].
    Australasian: Cook Is. (New Zealand) [Gutierrez (1980); Migeon (2015)]; French Polynesia [Gutierrez (1980); Migeon (2015)].
    Nearctic: Mexico [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)]; United States [Boudreaux (1956); Migeon (2015)].
    Neotropical: Brazil [Paschoal (1970)]; Colombia [Bolland, Gutierrez & Flechtmann (1998); Migeon (2015)]; Ecuador [McGregor (1955)]; El Salvador [Mancia & Cortès (1975); Andrews & Poe (1980)]; Guadeloupe (France) [Flechtmann, Kreiter, Etienne, et al. (1999)]; Honduras [Baker & Pritchard (1962)]; Martinique (France) [Flechtmann, Kreiter, Etienne, et al. (1999)]; Venezuela [Freitez & Alvarado (1978)].
    Oriental: Thailand [Baker (1975)].
    Palearctic: Cape Verde [Meyer (1987)]; Greece [Hatzinikolis (1986)].

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