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Vierbergen, G.,1990.
The spider mites of the Netherlands and their economic significance (Acarina: Tetranychidae)
. Proceedings of the Section Experimental & Applied Entomology of the Netherlands Entomological Society, 1: 158-164.



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Summary:

  • Nomenclatural data
  • Host data
  • Distribution data


  • Nomenclatural data:

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    Host data (18 results):

  • Bryobia kissophila Eyndhoven, 1955 [Araliaceae: Hedera helix]; Bryobia ribis Thomas, 1896 [Grossulariaceae: Ribes sp.]; Bryobia sarothamni Geijskes, 1939 [Leguminosae: Cytisus scoparius]; Bryobia ulicis Eyndhoven, 1959 [Leguminosae: Ulex europaeus];
  • Eotetranychus muscicola (Oudemans, 1931) [Ericaceae: Calluna vulgaris]; Eotetranychus populi (Koch, 1838) [Salicaceae: Populus sp.]; Eotetranychus tiliarium (Hermann, 1804) [Malvaceae: Tilia sp.];
  • Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman, 1935) [Buxaceae: Buxus sempervirens];
  • Oligonychus brevipodus Targioni Tozzetti, 1878 [Fagaceae: Quercus sp.]; Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor, 1917) [Aquifoliaceae: Ilex sp.Ericaceae: Pieris sp.Rhododendron sp.]; Oligonychus perditus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Cupressaceae: Juniperus chinensis];
  • Schizonobia sycophanta Womersley, 1940 [Caryophyllaceae: Spergula arvensis];
  • Schizotetranychus asparagi (Oudemans, 1928) [Asparagaceae: Asparagus sp.]; Schizotetranychus graminicola Goux, 1949 [Poaceae: Molinia caerulea]; Schizotetranychus schizopus (Zacher, 1913) [Salicaceae: Salix sp.];
  • Tetranycopsis horridus (Canestrini & Fanzago, 1876) [Betulaceae: Corylus avellana].
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    Distribution data (29 results):

  • Amphitetranychus viennensis (Zacher, 1920) [Palearctic: Netherlands];
  • Bryobia graminum (Schrank, 1781) [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Bryobia kissophila Eyndhoven, 1955 [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Bryobia lagodechiana Reck, 1953 [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Bryobia praetiosa Koch, 1836 [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Bryobia ribis Thomas, 1896 [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Bryobia rubrioculus (Scheuten, 1857) [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Bryobia sarothamni Geijskes, 1939 [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Bryobia ulicis Eyndhoven, 1959 [Palearctic: Netherlands];
  • Eotetranychus carpini (Oudemans, 1905) [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Eotetranychus muscicola (Oudemans, 1931) [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Eotetranychus populi (Koch, 1838) [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Eotetranychus pruni (Oudemans, 1931) [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Eotetranychus tiliarium (Hermann, 1804) [Palearctic: Netherlands];
  • Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman, 1935) [Palearctic: Netherlands];
  • Oligonychus brevipodus Targioni Tozzetti, 1878 [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor, 1917) [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Oligonychus perditus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi, 1905) [Palearctic: Netherlands];
  • Panonychus citri (McGregor, 1916) [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Panonychus ulmi (Koch, 1836) [Palearctic: Netherlands];
  • Petrobia (Petrobia) latens (Müller, 1776) [Palearctic: Netherlands];
  • Schizonobia sycophanta Womersley, 1940 [Palearctic: Netherlands];
  • Schizotetranychus asparagi (Oudemans, 1928) [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Schizotetranychus graminicola Goux, 1949 [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Schizotetranychus schizopus (Zacher, 1913) [Palearctic: Netherlands];
  • Tetranychus turkestani (Ugarov & Nikolskii, 1937) [Palearctic: Netherlands]; Tetranychus urticae Koch, 1835 [Palearctic: Netherlands];
  • Tetranycopsis horridus (Canestrini & Fanzago, 1876) [Palearctic: Netherlands].
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