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Bolland, H.R., Gutierrez, J. and Flechtmann, C.H.W.,1998.
World catalogue of the spider mite family (Acari: Tetranychidae)
. Leiden, Brill Academic Publishers: 392 p.



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Summary:

  • Nomenclatural data
  • Host data
  • Distribution data


  • Nomenclatural data:

  • Aplonobia ambrosiae (Tuttle & Baker, 1968); Aplonobia anisa Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Aplonobia dyssodiae (Tuttle & Baker, 1968); Aplonobia eurotiae (Mitrofanov & Strunkova, 1975); Aplonobia haplopappi (Tuttle & Baker, 1968); Aplonobia hyderabadiensis (Chaudhri, Akbar & Rasool, 1974); Aplonobia karadagi (Mitrofanov, 1975); Aplonobia sisianensis (Bagdasarian, 1959);
  • Aponychus pilipinus Corpuz-Raros, 1978;
  • Beerella depicta (Flechtmann & Moraes, 1980); Beerella lantanae (Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello, 1974);
  • Bryobia aegyptiacus (Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany, 1982); Bryobia astragali Strunkova & Mitrofanov, 1983; Bryobia bakeri (Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany, 1982); Bryobia ylikiensis (Hatzinikolis & Emmanouel, 1993); Bryobia ziziphorae Strunkova & Mitrofanov, 1983;
  • Eotetranychus aceri Reck, 1948; Eotetranychus cactorum Baker & Pritchard, 1960; Eotetranychus colurnae Mitrofanov, 1978; Eotetranychus coryli Reck, 1950; Eotetranychus fagi (Zacher, 1922); Eotetranychus fraxini Reck, 1948; Eotetranychus latifrons Wainstein, 1954; Eotetranychus neodeleoni Gutierrez & Bolland, 1998; Eotetranychus orientalis Beglyarov & Mitrofanov, 1973; Eotetranychus pomeranzevi (Reck, 1956); Eotetranychus potentillifolia Beglyarov & Mitrofanov, 1973; Eotetranychus pruni (Oudemans, 1931); Eotetranychus rajae Wainstein, 1956; Eotetranychus ulmicola Reck, 1948;
  • Mesobryobia cervus Wainstein, 1956;
  • Mixonychus (Bakerina) aculus Chaudhri, 1971; Mixonychus (Bakerina) aestiva Tseng, 1990; Mixonychus (Bakerina) carracis Chaudhri, 1971; Mixonychus (Bakerina) lepidus Chaudhri, 1971; Mixonychus (Bakerina) murrayae Gao & Ma, 1985; Mixonychus (Bakerina) nanchangensis Ma & Yuan, 1981; Mixonychus (Bakerina) normalis Chaudhri, 1971; Mixonychus (Bakerina) orissaensis Prasad, 1975; Mixonychus (Bakerina) thailandicus Tangkanasing, 1988; Mixonychus (Bakerina) ziolanensis (Lo & Ho, 1989);
  • Mixonychus (Tylonychus) cruzae Corpuz-Raros, 1978; Mixonychus (Tylonychus) jayaraji Karuppuchamy & Mohanasundaram, 1988; Mixonychus (Tylonychus) tasmaniensis Miller, 1966; Mixonychus (Tylonychus) transvaalensis Meyer, 1974;
  • Neopetrobia (Langella) acuminata Meyer, 1974; Neopetrobia (Langella) adamanta Meyer, 1974; Neopetrobia (Langella) africana Meyer, 1987; Neopetrobia (Langella) albiei Meyer, 1987; Neopetrobia (Langella) amaranthae Meyer, 1987; Neopetrobia (Langella) augustae Meyer, 1974; Neopetrobia (Langella) batiashvilii Strunkova, 1969; Neopetrobia (Langella) burchelliae Meyer, 1989; Neopetrobia (Langella) convolvuli Meyer, 1989; Neopetrobia (Langella) corynetes (Pritchard & Baker, 1955); Neopetrobia (Langella) dideltae Meyer, 1987; Neopetrobia (Langella) dyschima (Beer & Lang, 1958); Neopetrobia (Langella) eberlanziae Meyer, 1974; Neopetrobia (Langella) galeniae Meyer, 1974; Neopetrobia (Langella) hirta Meyer, 1974; Neopetrobia (Langella) hispida Meyer, 1974; Neopetrobia (Langella) karasiensis Meyer, 1974; Neopetrobia (Langella) leipoldtiae Meyer, 1987; Neopetrobia (Langella) lerichei Meyer, 1989; Neopetrobia (Langella) mexicana Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello, 1974; Neopetrobia (Langella) namaensis Meyer, 1987; Neopetrobia (Langella) oryx Meyer, 1987; Neopetrobia (Langella) plinthi (Meyer, 1989); Neopetrobia (Langella) potchensis Meyer, 1974; Neopetrobia (Langella) summersi Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany, 1982; Neopetrobia (Langella) vulgata Meyer, 1987;
  • Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) arboriformae Meyer, 1987; Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) dubinini Wainstein, 1956; Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) georgiana Meyer, 1974; Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) globosa Meyer, 1974; Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) hexapetalae Mitrofanov, 1975; Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) hilariae Smiley & Baker, 1995; Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) mcgregori (Pritchard & Baker, 1955); Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) simlaensis Prasad, 1975; Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) tarkaensis Meyer, 1974; Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) vediensis (Bagdasarian, 1959);
  • Neopetrobia (Reckia) samgoriensis (Reck, 1949);
  • Oligonychus acugni (Livshits, 1968); Oligonychus afrasiaticus (McGregor, 1939); Oligonychus annonicus (McGregor, 1955); Oligonychus bruneri (Livshits, 1968); Oligonychus buschi (Reck, 1956); Oligonychus cubensis (Livshits, 1968); Oligonychus kobachidzei (Reck, 1947); Oligonychus krantzi Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany, 1982; Oligonychus livschitzi Mitrofanov & Bossenko, 1975; Oligonychus longiclavatus (Reck, 1953); Oligonychus perditus Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Oligonychus pinaceus Mitrofanov & Bossenko, 1975; Oligonychus sayedi Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany, 1982;
  • Panonychus akitanus Ehara, 1978; Panonychus pusillus (Ehara & Gotoh, 1987); Panonychus spinigerus (Lucas, 1849);
  • Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) acharis (Pritchard & Baker, 1955); Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) algarrobicola Gonzalez, 1977; Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) allionia Baker & Tuttle, 1972; Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) ambrosiae (Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello, 1976); Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) artemisiae Baker & Tuttle, 1972; Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) berberis Baker & Tuttle, 1972; Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) boutelouae Tuttle & Baker, 1968; Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) brickellia Baker & Tuttle, 1972; Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) calame (Pritchard & Baker, 1955); Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) candicans Meyer, 1974; Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) coldeniae (Tuttle & Baker, 1964); Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) concolor Chaudhri, Akbar & Rasool, 1974; Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) contiguus Chaudhri, Akbar & Rasool, 1974; Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) daryaensis Chaudhri, Akbar & Rasool, 1974; Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) euphorbiae (Tuttle, Baker, 1964); Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) glebulenta Meyer, 1974; Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) inornata (Meyer, 1987); Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) juliflorae (Tuttle & Baker, 1968); Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) prosopis (Tuttle & Baker, 1964); Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) theroni (Meyer, 1974); Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) tshipensis Meyer, 1974;
  • Paraplonobia (Brachynychus) cousiniae Mitrofanov & Strunkova, 1971;
  • Paraplonobia (Paraplonobia) boutelouae Baker & Tuttle, 1972; Paraplonobia (Paraplonobia) echinopsili Wainstein, 1960; Paraplonobia (Paraplonobia) herniariae (Bagdasarian, 1954); Paraplonobia (Paraplonobia) myops (Pritchard & Baker, 1955);
  • Paraponychus kodaikanalensis (Gupta, 1984);
  • Petrobia (Mesotetranychus) donnalucatensis Vacante, 1983; Petrobia (Mesotetranychus) marsai Manson, 1964;
  • Petrobia (Petrobia) californica Baker & Tuttle, 1994; Petrobia (Petrobia) prasadi Baker & Tuttle, 1994; Petrobia (Petrobia) waltheriae Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello, 1974;
  • Petrobia (Tetranychina) lippiae Baker & Tuttle, 1994; Petrobia (Tetranychina) phaceliae Tuttle & Baker, 1964; Petrobia (Tetranychina) uncata (Flechtmann & Moraes, 1991); Petrobia (Tetranychina) zachvatkini Reck & Bagdasarian, 1949;
  • Pseudobryobia agropyra (Morgan, 1960); Pseudobryobia anacantha (Strunkova & Mitrofanov, 1983); Pseudobryobia bucharica (Strunkova & Mitrofanov, 1983); Pseudobryobia neoephedrae Gutierrez & Bolland, 1998; Pseudobryobia nikitensis (Livshits & Mitrofanov, 1969);
  • Schizotetranychus luculentus (Tseng, 1990); Schizotetranychus reticulatus Baker & Pritchard, 1960;
  • Stylophoronychus baghensis Prasad, 1975; Stylophoronychus guangzhouensis (Ma & Yuan, 1980); Stylophoronychus insularis (Flechtmann, 1981); Stylophoronychus nakaoi (Ehara & Wongsiri, 1975); Stylophoronychus vannus (Rimando, 1968);
  • Tetranychus musus Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany, 1982; Tetranychus nakahari Baker & Tuttle, 1976; Tetranychus piercei McGregor, 1950; Tetranychus przhevalskii Reck, 1956.
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    Distribution data (72 results):

  • Bryobia graminum (Schrank, 1781) [Palearctic: Belgium]; Bryobia kissophila Eyndhoven, 1955 [Palearctic: Belgium]; Bryobia lagodechiana Reck, 1953 [Palearctic: Poland]; Bryobia vasiljevi Reck, 1953 [Palearctic: France];
  • Eotetranychus aceri Reck, 1948 [Palearctic: France; Spain]; Eotetranychus coryli Reck, 1950 [Palearctic: Spain]; Eotetranychus deflexus (McGregor, 1950) [Neotropical: Peru]; Eotetranychus lewisi (McGregor, 1943) [Neotropical: Peru]; Eotetranychus paracybelus Gutierrez, 1967 [Afrotropical: Comoros]; Eotetranychus rubiphilus Reck, 1948 [Palearctic: Spain]; Eotetranychus savanae Gutierrez, 1967 [Afrotropical: Comoros]; Eotetranychus smithi Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Afrotropical: Seychelles];
  • Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman, 1935) [Palearctic: Belgium];
  • Eutetranychus africanus (Tucker, 1926) [Afrotropical: Comoros]; Eutetranychus orientalis (Klein, 1936) [Palearctic: Tunisia];
  • Mononychellus manihoti Doreste, 1981 [Neotropical: Brazil]; Mononychellus progresivus Doreste, 1981 [Afrotropical: Comoros; Neotropical: Brazil; Colombia; Suriname; Trinidad and Tobago];
  • Neotetranychus rubi Trägårdh, 1915 [Palearctic: Belgium; France; Slovakia];
  • Oligonychus biharensis (Hirst, 1924) [Australasian: Samoa (Western); Tonga; Oriental: Bangladesh]; Oligonychus brevipodus Targioni Tozzetti, 1878 [Palearctic: France]; Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner, 1861) [Australasian: Solomon Is.; Tonga]; Oligonychus mangiferus (Rahman & Sapra, 1940) [Neotropical: Chile]; Oligonychus modestus (Banks, 1900) [Neotropical: Suriname]; Oligonychus monsarrati Gutierrez, 1967 [Afrotropical: Comoros]; Oligonychus plegas Baker & Pritchard, 1960 [Australasian: Vanuatu]; Oligonychus punicae (Hirst, 1926) [Palearctic: France]; Oligonychus sacchari (McGregor, 1942) [Australasian: New Caledonia (France)]; Oligonychus thelytokus Gutierrez, 1977 [Afrotropical: Ivory Coast; Oriental: Indonesia];
  • Panonychus citri (McGregor, 1916) [Afrotropical: Reunion (France); Australasian: Cook Is. (New Zealand)];
  • Petrobia (Tetranychina) harti (Ewing, 1909) [Australasian: New Caledonia (France); Vanuatu; Palearctic: Iran];
  • Schizonobia oudemansi Gutierrez & Bolland, 1986 [Palearctic: Belgium; France];
  • Schizotetranychus asparagi (Oudemans, 1928) [Palearctic: Israel]; Schizotetranychus lechrius Rimando, 1962 [Oriental: Indonesia]; Schizotetranychus malayanus Ehara, 1988 [Oriental: Indonesia]; Schizotetranychus oryzae Rossi de Simons, 1966 [Neotropical: Suriname]; Schizotetranychus parasemus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Neotropical: Colombia]; Schizotetranychus reticulatus Baker & Pritchard, 1960 [Afrotropical: Comoros];
  • Stigmaeopsis celarius Banks, 1917 [Palearctic: France; Netherlands];
  • Tetranychus escolasticae Paschoal, 1970 [Neotropical: Suriname]; Tetranychus evansi Baker & Pritchard, 1960 [Afrotropical: Congo; Zambia; Palearctic: Tunisia]; Tetranychus gloveri Banks, 1900 [Neotropical: Suriname]; Tetranychus lambi Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Australasian: Samoa (Western)]; Tetranychus mexicanus (McGregor, 1950) [Neotropical: Peru]; Tetranychus nakahari Baker & Tuttle, 1976 [Neotropical: Suriname]; Tetranychus neocaledonicus André, 1933 [Australasian: Guam (Usa)]; Tetranychus piercei McGregor, 1950 [Neotropical: Suriname]; Tetranychus truncatus Ehara, 1956 [Australasian: Guam (Usa)]; Tetranychus turkestani (Ugarov & Nikolskii, 1937) [Palearctic: Israel; Kuwait]; Tetranychus yusti McGregor, 1955 [Neotropical: Colombia]; Tetranychus zamithi Paschoal, 1970 [Neotropical: Peru];
  • Tetranycopsis horridus (Canestrini & Fanzago, 1876) [Palearctic: Belgium; France]; Tetranycopsis hystriciformis Reck, 1956 [Palearctic: Slovakia].
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