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Pritchard, A.E. and Baker, E.W.,1955.
A revision of the spider mite family Tetranychidae
. Memoirs Series, San Francisco, Pacific Coast Entomological Society, 2: 472 p.



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Summary:

  • Nomenclatural data
  • Host data
  • Distribution data


  • Nomenclatural data:

  • Allonychus braziliensis (McGregor, 1950);
  • Amphitetranychus viennensis (Zacher, 1920);
  • Anatetranychus hakea Womersley, 1940;
  • Aplonobia anisa Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Aplonobia deina Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Aplonobia histricina (Berlese, 1910);
  • Aponychus schultzi (Blanchard, 1940); Aponychus spinosus (Banks, 1909);
  • Bryobia graminum (Schrank, 1781); Bryobia praetiosa Koch, 1836;
  • Eotetranychus aceri Reck, 1948; Eotetranychus aurantii (Targioni Tozzetti, 1878); Eotetranychus carpini (Oudemans, 1905); Eotetranychus clitus Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Eotetranychus coryli Reck, 1950; Eotetranychus deflexus (McGregor, 1950); Eotetranychus ecclisis Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Eotetranychus fagi (Zacher, 1922); Eotetranychus fraxini Reck, 1948; Eotetranychus frosti (McGregor, 1952); Eotetranychus hicoriae (McGregor, 1950); Eotetranychus hirsti Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Eotetranychus lewisi (McGregor, 1943); Eotetranychus libocedri (McGregor, 1936); Eotetranychus malvastris (McGregor, 1950); Eotetranychus multidigituli (Ewing, 1917); Eotetranychus muscicola (Oudemans, 1931); Eotetranychus pallidus (Garman, 1940); Eotetranychus perplexus (McGregor, 1950); Eotetranychus populi (Koch, 1838); Eotetranychus pruni (Oudemans, 1931); Eotetranychus rubiphilus Reck, 1948; Eotetranychus sexmaculatus (Riley, 1890); Eotetranychus smithi Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Eotetranychus suginamensis (Yokoyama, 1932); Eotetranychus talisiae (Hirst, 1920); Eotetranychus thujae (McGregor, 1950); Eotetranychus tiliarium (Hermann, 1804); Eotetranychus ulmicola Reck, 1948; Eotetranychus weldoni (Ewing, 1913); Eotetranychus yumensis (McGregor, 1934);
  • Eurytetranychus admes Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman, 1935);
  • Eutetranychus banksi (McGregor, 1914); Eutetranychus pantopus (Berlese, 1910);
  • Hystrichonychus sidae Pritchard & Baker, 1955;
  • Monoceronychus aechmetes Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Monoceronychus enoplus Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Monoceronychus linki Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Monoceronychus machetes Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Monoceronychus scolus Pritchard & Baker, 1955;
  • Mononychellus caribbeanae (McGregor, 1950); Mononychellus georgicus (Reck, 1948); Mononychellus mcgregori (Flechtmann & Baker, 1970); Mononychellus planki (McGregor, 1950); Mononychellus siccus (Pritchard & Baker, 1955);
  • Neonidulus cornus (Pritchard & Baker, 1955);
  • Neopetrobia (Langella) corynetes (Pritchard & Baker, 1955);
  • Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) mcgregori (Pritchard & Baker, 1955);
  • Oligonychus aceris (Shimer, 1869); Oligonychus afrasiaticus (McGregor, 1939); Oligonychus bicolor (Banks, 1894); Oligonychus biharensis (Hirst, 1924); Oligonychus boudreauxi Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Oligonychus brevipilosus (Zacher, 1932); Oligonychus brevipodus Targioni Tozzetti, 1878; Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner, 1861); Oligonychus coniferarum (McGregor, 1950); Oligonychus cunliffei Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Oligonychus endytus Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Oligonychus exsiccator (Zehntner, 1897); Oligonychus gossypii (Zacher, 1921); Oligonychus gramineus (McGregor, 1950); Oligonychus hadrus Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Oligonychus hondoensis (Ehara, 1954); Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor, 1917); Oligonychus indicus (Hirst, 1923); Oligonychus iseilemae (Hirst, 1924); Oligonychus kobachidzei (Reck, 1947); Oligonychus mangiferus (Rahman & Sapra, 1940); Oligonychus mcgregori (Baker & Pritchard, 1953); Oligonychus milleri (McGregor, 1950); Oligonychus modestus (Banks, 1900); Oligonychus newcomeri (McGregor, 1950); Oligonychus nuptialis (Zacher, 1932); Oligonychus oryzae (Hirst, 1926); Oligonychus perditus Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Oligonychus peronis Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Oligonychus peruvianus (McGregor, 1917); Oligonychus picei (Canestrini, 1889); Oligonychus pityinus Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Oligonychus platani (McGregor, 1950); Oligonychus pratensis (Banks, 1912); Oligonychus primulae (Oudemans, 1931); Oligonychus pritchardi (McGregor, 1950); Oligonychus propetes Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Oligonychus punicae (Hirst, 1926); Oligonychus sacchari (McGregor, 1942); Oligonychus stenoperitrematus (Ugarov & Nikolskii, 1937); Oligonychus stickneyi (McGregor, 1919); Oligonychus subnudus (McGregor, 1950); Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi, 1905); Oligonychus viridis (Banks, 1894); Oligonychus yothersi (McGregor, 1914);
  • Palmanychus steganus (Pritchard & Baker, 1955);
  • Panonychus citri (McGregor, 1916); Panonychus mori Yokoyama, 1929; Panonychus ulmi (Koch, 1836);
  • Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) acharis (Pritchard & Baker, 1955); Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) calame (Pritchard & Baker, 1955);
  • Paraplonobia (Paraplonobia) myops (Pritchard & Baker, 1955);
  • Petrobia (Petrobia) apicalis Banks, 1917; Petrobia (Petrobia) latens (Müller, 1776);
  • Petrobia (Tetranychina) harti (Ewing, 1909); Petrobia (Tetranychina) lupini McGregor, 1950; Petrobia (Tetranychina) zachvatkini Reck & Bagdasarian, 1949;
  • Platytetranychus gibbosus (Canestrini, 1889);
  • Pseudobryobia bakeri McGregor, 1950; Pseudobryobia drummondi (Ewing, 1926);
  • Schizotetranychus andropogoni Hirst, 1926; Schizotetranychus asparagi (Oudemans, 1928); Schizotetranychus camur Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Schizotetranychus garmani Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Schizotetranychus glabrisetus (Ugarov & Nikolskii, 1937); Schizotetranychus guatemalae-novae (Stoll, 1886); Schizotetranychus hindustanicus (Hirst, 1924); Schizotetranychus nugax Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Schizotetranychus parasemus Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Schizotetranychus tuberculatus (Ugarov & Nikolskii, 1937);
  • Tenuipalpoides dorychaeta Pritchard & Baker, 1955;
  • Tetranychus cocosi (McGregor, 1950); Tetranychus gigas Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Tetranychus homorus Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Tetranychus kanzawai Kishida, 1927; Tetranychus lambi Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Tetranychus ludeni Zacher, 1913; Tetranychus mexicanus (McGregor, 1950); Tetranychus neocaledonicus André, 1933; Tetranychus polys Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Tetranychus schoenei McGregor, 1941; Tetranychus tumidellus Pritchard & Baker, 1955; Tetranychus tumidus Banks, 1900; Tetranychus urticae Koch, 1835.
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    Host data (243 results):

  • Aplonobia anisa Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Compositae: Artemisia sp.]; Aplonobia deina Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Compositae: Balsamorhiza sagittata];
  • Aponychus spinosus (Banks, 1909) [Malvaceae: Tilia americanaPoaceae: Poaceae sp.];
  • Bryobia graminum (Schrank, 1781) [Compositae: Chrysanthemum sp.]; Bryobia sarothamni Geijskes, 1939 [Leguminosae: Cytisus sp.];
  • Eotetranychus clitus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Ericaceae: Rhododendron sp.Passifloraceae: Passiflora sp.Rosaceae: Rubus sp.]; Eotetranychus deflexus (McGregor, 1950) [Caprifoliaceae: Symphoricarpos albus]; Eotetranychus ecclisis Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Compositae: Artemisia ludoviciana]; Eotetranychus frosti (McGregor, 1952) [Rosaceae: Rubus idaeusRubus sp.]; Eotetranychus hicoriae (McGregor, 1950) [Fagaceae: Quercus marilandicaQuercus rubraJuglandaceae : Carya sp.Sapindaceae: Aesculus hippocastanum]; Eotetranychus lewisi (McGregor, 1943) [Euphorbiaceae: Ricinus communisOleaceae: Olea europaeaRhamnaceae: Ceanothus sp.]; Eotetranychus libocedri (McGregor, 1936) [Cupressaceae: Calocedrus decurrensCupressus arizonicaCupressus sempervirensCupressus sp.Juniperus sp.Thuja occidentalisThuja sp.]; Eotetranychus malvastris (McGregor, 1950) [Malvaceae: Malva sp.Rosaceae: Adenostoma fasciculatum]; Eotetranychus muscicola (Oudemans, 1931) [Ericaceae: Calluna vulgaris]; Eotetranychus pallidus (Garman, 1940) [Betulaceae: Alnus sp.]; Eotetranychus perplexus (McGregor, 1950) [Rosaceae: Cercocarpus sp.Prunus emarginataPurshia sp.Salicaceae: Salix sp.]; Eotetranychus populi (Koch, 1838) [Salicaceae: Salix babylonica]; Eotetranychus pruni (Oudemans, 1931) [Sapindaceae: Acer rubrum]; Eotetranychus sexmaculatus (Riley, 1890) [Elaeagnaceae: Elaeagnus sp.Ericaceae: Rhododendron sp.Lauraceae: Cinnamomum camphoraPaulowniaceae: Paulownia tomentosaRosaceae: Pyracantha sp.Rutaceae: Citrus limonCitrus maximaCitrus sinensisCitrus sp.]; Eotetranychus smithi Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Rosaceae: Rosa sp.Rubus phoenicolasius]; Eotetranychus thujae (McGregor, 1950) [Cupressaceae: Juniperus sp.Juniperus virginianaThuja sp.]; Eotetranychus uncatus Garman, 1952 [Betulaceae: Betula pendula]; Eotetranychus weldoni (Ewing, 1913) [Salicaceae: Populus sp.Salix sp.]; Eotetranychus yumensis (McGregor, 1934) [Rutaceae: Citrus limonCitrus reticulata];
  • Eurytetranychus admes Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Cupressaceae: Calocedrus decurrensJuniperus sp.]; Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman, 1935) [Buxaceae: Buxus microphyllaBuxus sempervirensBuxus sp.];
  • Hystrichonychus gracilipes (Banks, 1900) [Malvaceae: Malva parvifloraSphaeralcea angustifolia]; Hystrichonychus sidae Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Malvaceae: Malvella leprosa];
  • Monoceronychus aechmetes Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Poaceae: Agrostis sp.Cynodon dactylonDistichlis spicata]; Monoceronychus enoplus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Poaceae: Poaceae sp.]; Monoceronychus linki Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Cyperaceae: Cladium mariscus]; Monoceronychus machetes Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Cupressaceae: Juniperus sp.]; Monoceronychus scolus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Poaceae: Poaceae sp.];
  • Mononychellus planki (McGregor, 1950) [Leguminosae: Cajanus cajanErythrina sp.Glycine maxPueraria phaseoloidesSenna occidentalis]; Mononychellus siccus (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [ Unknown];
  • Neonidulus cornus (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Elaeocarpaceae: Elaeocarpus dentatus];
  • Neopetrobia (Langella) corynetes (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Poaceae: Poaceae sp.];
  • Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) mcgregori (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Poaceae: Stenotaphrum secundatum];
  • Oligonychus aceris (Shimer, 1869) [Sapindaceae: Acer rubrumAcer saccharum]; Oligonychus bicolor (Banks, 1894) [Fagaceae: Quercus albaQuercus palustrisQuercus phellosQuercus rubra]; Oligonychus biharensis (Hirst, 1924) [Arecaceae: Dypsis lutescens]; Oligonychus boudreauxi Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Taxodiaceae: Taxodium distichum]; Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner, 1861) [Combretaceae: Combretum indicumMyrtaceae: Melaleuca sp.Theaceae: Camellia sp.Vitaceae: Parthenocissus quinquefolia]; Oligonychus coniferarum (McGregor, 1950) [Cupressaceae: Juniperus chinensisThuja occidentalis]; Oligonychus cunliffei Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Pinaceae: Pinus palustrisPinus sp.]; Oligonychus endytus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Fagaceae: Castanea dentataQuercus sp.]; Oligonychus hadrus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Combretaceae: Combretum zeyheri]; Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor, 1917) [Aquifoliaceae: Ilex sp.Buxaceae: Buxus sp.Ericaceae: Rhododendron sp.Lauraceae: Laurus nobilis]; Oligonychus mangiferus (Rahman & Sapra, 1940) [Annonaceae: Annona sp.Rosaceae: Rosa sp.]; Oligonychus milleri (McGregor, 1950) [Pinaceae: Pinus banksianaPinus ponderosaPinus sp.Pinus sylvestrisPinus taeda]; Oligonychus modestus (Banks, 1900) [Poaceae: Bambusa sp.]; Oligonychus perditus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Cupressaceae: Juniperus communisJuniperus sp.]; Oligonychus peronis Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Leguminosae: Derris sp.]; Oligonychus peruvianus (McGregor, 1917) [Malvaceae: Gossypium sp.]; Oligonychus pityinus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Pinaceae: Pinus monophylla]; Oligonychus platani (McGregor, 1950) [Fagaceae: Quercus agrifoliaQuercus lobataQuercus sp.Quercus suberPlatanaceae: Platanus acerifoliaRosaceae: Eriobotrya japonicaHeteromeles salicifoliaPyracantha coccinea]; Oligonychus pratensis (Banks, 1912) [Arecaceae: Phoenix dactyliferaPoaceae: Brachiaria muticaCynodon dactylonPanicum sp.Poaceae sp.Saccharum officinarumTriticum aestivum]; Oligonychus pritchardi (McGregor, 1950) [Fagaceae: Quercus sp.]; Oligonychus propetes Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Fagaceae: Quercus albaQuercus sp.]; Oligonychus stickneyi (McGregor, 1919) [Poaceae: Cynodon dactylonZea mays]; Oligonychus subnudus (McGregor, 1950) [Pinaceae: Abies magnificaPinus radiataPinus sp.]; Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi, 1905) [Taxodiaceae: Sequoia sempervirensSequoia sp.]; Oligonychus yothersi (McGregor, 1914) [Anacardiaceae: Mangifera indicaRubiaceae: Coffea arabicaSalicaceae: Salix albaSapindaceae: Dimocarpus longanLitchi chinensis];
  • Palmanychus steganus (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Arecaceae: Areca sp.Sabal palmetto];
  • Panonychus citri (McGregor, 1916) [Salicaceae: Xylosma sp.];
  • Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) acharis (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Compositae: Hemizonia sp.Holocarpha virgata]; Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) calame (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Compositae: Compositae sp.];
  • Paraplonobia (Paraplonobia) myops (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Asparagaceae: Asparagus officinalisAsparagus sp.];
  • Petrobia (Tetranychina) harti (Ewing, 1909) [Oxalidaceae: Oxalis sp.]; Petrobia (Tetranychina) lupini McGregor, 1950 [Leguminosae: Lupinus variicolor];
  • Pseudobryobia bakeri McGregor, 1950 [Poaceae: Triticum aestivum]; Pseudobryobia drummondi (Ewing, 1926) [Zygophyllaceae: Larrea tridentata];
  • Schizotetranychus andropogoni Hirst, 1926 [Poaceae: Saccharum spontaneum]; Schizotetranychus asparagi (Oudemans, 1928) [Asparagaceae: Asparagus setaceusAsparagus sp.]; Schizotetranychus camur Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Poaceae: Arundinaria sp.]; Schizotetranychus cynodonis McGregor, 1950 [Poaceae: Agrostis sp.Cynodon dactylonDistichlis spicata]; Schizotetranychus elymus McGregor, 1950 [Poaceae: Agrostis sp.Cynodon dactylonPoaceae sp.]; Schizotetranychus eremophilus McGregor, 1950 [Poaceae: Cynodon dactylon]; Schizotetranychus garmani Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Salicaceae: Salix sp.]; Schizotetranychus nugax Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Poaceae: Poaceae sp.]; Schizotetranychus parasemus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Poaceae: Cynodon sp.Distichlis spicata];
  • Tenuipalpoides dorychaeta Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Leguminosae: Gleditsia triacanthosRobinia pseudoacacia];
  • Tetranychus canadensis (McGregor, 1950) [Magnoliaceae: Magnolia sp.Malvaceae: Gossypium hirsutumTilia sp.Moraceae: Maclura pomiferaRosaceae: Malus domesticaPrunus domesticaRosa sp.Salicaceae: Populus sp.Sapindaceae: Aesculus hippocastanumUlmaceae: Ulmus sp.]; Tetranychus cocosi (McGregor, 1950) [Poaceae: Bambusa sp.]; Tetranychus desertorum Banks, 1900 [Apiaceae: Apium graveolensDaucus carotaBoraginaceae: Eriodictyon sp.Cactaceae: Opuntia sp.Compositae: Conyza canadensisHelianthus annuusCucurbitaceae: Cucumis meloCucumis sativusEuphorbiaceae: Stillingia sp.Iridaceae: Gladiolus sp.Leguminosae: Medicago sativaMalvaceae: Gossypium hirsutumPhrymaceae: Mimulus sp.Poaceae: Poaceae sp.Solanaceae: Lycopersicon sp.Zygophyllaceae: Larrea tridentataTribulus terrestris]; Tetranychus gigas Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Malvaceae: Gossypium hirsutum]; Tetranychus homorus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Juglandaceae : Carya sp.Oleaceae: Fraxinus sp.]; Tetranychus kanzawai Kishida, 1927 [Euphorbiaceae: Euphorbia pulcherrimaHydrangeaceae: Hydrangea sp.Leguminosae: Phaseolus vulgarisMarantaceae: Maranta sp.Rosaceae: Malus domestica]; Tetranychus lambi Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Rosaceae: Fragaria x ananassaMalus domestica]; Tetranychus ludeni Zacher, 1913 [Compositae: Cosmos sp.Convolvulaceae: Convolvulus sp.Leguminosae: Canavalia gladiataPueraria montanaMalvaceae: Gossypium sp.Solanaceae: Datura sp.Verbenaceae: Lantana sp.]; Tetranychus marianae McGregor, 1950 [Compositae: Wedelia sp.Lamiaceae : Lavandula angustifoliaMalvaceae: Gossypium sp.Triumfetta semitrilobaSolanaceae: Solanum nigrum]; Tetranychus mcdanieli McGregor, 1931 [Rosaceae: Malus domesticaPrunus domesticaRubus idaeus]; Tetranychus mexicanus (McGregor, 1950) [Rutaceae: Citrus limonCitrus sp.]; Tetranychus neocaledonicus André, 1933 [Anacardiaceae: Mangifera indicaCaricaceae: Carica papayaConvolvulaceae: Ipomoea batatasEuphorbiaceae: Codiaeum sp.Leguminosae: Bauhinia variegataPhaseolus sp.Marantaceae: Maranta sp.Meliaceae: Melia azedarachScrophulariaceae: Buddleja asiatica]; Tetranychus polys Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Amaranthaceae: Atriplex sp.]; Tetranychus tumidellus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Leguminosae: Arachis hypogaea]; Tetranychus turkestani (Ugarov & Nikolskii, 1937) [Rosaceae: Malus domestica];
  • Tetranycopsis horridus (Canestrini & Fanzago, 1876) [Betulaceae: Corylus avellana].
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    Distribution data (120 results):

  • Aplonobia anisa Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Aplonobia deina Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States];
  • Aponychus spinosus (Banks, 1909) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Bryobia sarothamni Geijskes, 1939 [Palearctic: United Kingdom];
  • Eotetranychus clitus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus deflexus (McGregor, 1950) [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus ecclisis Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: Mexico]; Eotetranychus frosti (McGregor, 1952) [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus lewisi (McGregor, 1943) [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus libocedri (McGregor, 1936) [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus malvastris (McGregor, 1950) [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus muscicola (Oudemans, 1931) [Palearctic: United Kingdom]; Eotetranychus perplexus (McGregor, 1950) [Nearctic: Canada; United States]; Eotetranychus pruni (Oudemans, 1931) [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus sexmaculatus (Riley, 1890) [Nearctic: United States; Oriental: Taiwan]; Eotetranychus smithi Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus thujae (McGregor, 1950) [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus tiliarium (Hermann, 1804) [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus uncatus Garman, 1952 [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus weldoni (Ewing, 1913) [Nearctic: United States]; Eotetranychus yumensis (McGregor, 1934) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Eurytetranychus admes Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman, 1935) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Hystrichonychus gracilipes (Banks, 1900) [Nearctic: United States]; Hystrichonychus sidae Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States];
  • Monoceronychus aechmetes Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Monoceronychus enoplus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Monoceronychus linki Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Monoceronychus machetes Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Monoceronychus scolus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States];
  • Mononychellus caribbeanae (McGregor, 1950) [Nearctic: United States]; Mononychellus planki (McGregor, 1950) [Neotropical: Argentina; Puerto Rico (Usa); Trinidad and Tobago]; Mononychellus siccus (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Neonidulus cornus (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Australasian: New Zealand];
  • Neopetrobia (Langella) corynetes (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) mcgregori (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Oligonychus boudreauxi Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus coffeae (Nietner, 1861) [Afrotropical: South Africa; Australasian: Australia; Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus coniferarum (McGregor, 1950) [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus cunliffei Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: Mexico; United States]; Oligonychus endytus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus hadrus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Afrotropical: South Africa]; Oligonychus ilicis (McGregor, 1917) [Palearctic: Japan]; Oligonychus mangiferus (Rahman & Sapra, 1940) [Australasian: Hawaiian Is. (Usa); Neotropical: Peru]; Oligonychus milleri (McGregor, 1950) [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus modestus (Banks, 1900) [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus perditus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Palearctic: Japan]; Oligonychus peronis Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Neotropical: Ecuador]; Oligonychus peruvianus (McGregor, 1917) [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus pityinus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus platani (McGregor, 1950) [Nearctic: Mexico; United States]; Oligonychus pratensis (Banks, 1912) [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus propetes Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus stickneyi (McGregor, 1919) [Nearctic: Mexico; United States]; Oligonychus subnudus (McGregor, 1950) [Nearctic: United States]; Oligonychus yothersi (McGregor, 1914) [Neotropical: Argentina; Colombia; Ecuador];
  • Palmanychus steganus (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Panonychus citri (McGregor, 1916) [Afrotropical: South Africa; Palearctic: China (Palearctic)];
  • Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) acharis (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Nearctic: United States]; Paraplonobia (Anaplonobia) calame (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Paraplonobia (Paraplonobia) myops (Pritchard & Baker, 1955) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Petrobia (Petrobia) apicalis Banks, 1917 [Nearctic: United States];
  • Petrobia (Tetranychina) lupini McGregor, 1950 [Nearctic: United States];
  • Pseudobryobia bakeri McGregor, 1950 [Nearctic: United States]; Pseudobryobia drummondi (Ewing, 1926) [Nearctic: United States];
  • Schizotetranychus asparagi (Oudemans, 1928) [Australasian: Hawaiian Is. (Usa); Nearctic: United States; Neotropical: Puerto Rico (Usa)]; Schizotetranychus camur Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Schizotetranychus cynodonis McGregor, 1950 [Nearctic: United States]; Schizotetranychus elymus McGregor, 1950 [Nearctic: United States]; Schizotetranychus eremophilus McGregor, 1950 [Nearctic: United States]; Schizotetranychus garmani Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Schizotetranychus nugax Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Schizotetranychus parasemus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States];
  • Tenuipalpoides dorychaeta Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States];
  • Tetranychus canadensis (McGregor, 1950) [Nearctic: Canada; United States]; Tetranychus cocosi (McGregor, 1950) [Nearctic: United States]; Tetranychus desertorum Banks, 1900 [Nearctic: Mexico; United States; Neotropical: Argentina; Peru]; Tetranychus gigas Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Tetranychus homorus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Tetranychus kanzawai Kishida, 1927 [Nearctic: United States; Palearctic: Japan]; Tetranychus lambi Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Australasian: New Zealand]; Tetranychus ludeni Zacher, 1913 [Afrotropical: South Africa; Australasian: Australia; Nearctic: United States; Neotropical: Argentina; Chile; El Salvador]; Tetranychus marianae McGregor, 1950 [Nearctic: United States]; Tetranychus mcdanieli McGregor, 1931 [Nearctic: Canada; United States]; Tetranychus mexicanus (McGregor, 1950) [Neotropical: Argentina]; Tetranychus neocaledonicus André, 1933 [Nearctic: United States; Neotropical: Bahamas, The]; Tetranychus pacificus McGregor, 1919 [Nearctic: United States]; Tetranychus polys Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Tetranychus tumidellus Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Nearctic: United States]; Tetranychus turkestani (Ugarov & Nikolskii, 1937) [Nearctic: United States]; Tetranychus urticae Koch, 1835 [Afrotropical: South Africa];
  • Tetranycopsis horridus (Canestrini & Fanzago, 1876) [Nearctic: United States; Palearctic: United Kingdom].
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