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Mitrofanov, V.I., Strunkova, Z.I. and Livshits, I.Z.,1987.
Keys to the tetranychid mites (Tetranychidae, Bryobiidae) fauna of the USSR and adjacent countries
. SSR, I.o.Z.a.P.E.N.P.T., Dushanbe, Donish: 224 p.



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Summary:

  • Nomenclatural data
  • Host data
  • Distribution data


  • Nomenclatural data:

  • Bryobia macrotibialis Mathys, 1962;
  • Eotetranychus potentillifolia Beglyarov & Mitrofanov, 1973; Eotetranychus rubiphilus Reck, 1948; Eotetranychus uchidai Ehara, 1956;
  • Mesobryobia terpoghossiani (Bagdasarian, 1959);
  • Oligonychus buschi (Reck, 1956); Oligonychus caucasicus (Reck, 1956); Oligonychus kobachidzei (Reck, 1947); Oligonychus modestus (Banks, 1900); Oligonychus rubicundus Ehara, 1971;
  • Paraplonobia (Paraplonobia) herniariae (Bagdasarian, 1954);
  • Schizotetranychus lespedezae Beglyarov & Mitrofanov, 1973;
  • Tetranychus phaselus Ehara, 1960; Tetranychus przhevalskii Reck, 1956; Tetranychus urticae Koch, 1835.
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    Host data (14 results):

  • Eotetranychus fraxini Reck, 1948 [Oleaceae: Fraxinus sp.]; Eotetranychus rubiphilus Reck, 1948 [Rosaceae: Rubus sp.];
  • Mesobryobia cervus Wainstein, 1956 [Poaceae: Poaceae sp.];
  • Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) dubinini Wainstein, 1956 [Poaceae: Poaceae sp.];
  • Oligonychus buschi (Reck, 1956) [Fagaceae: Quercus sp.]; Oligonychus kobachidzei (Reck, 1947) [Juglandaceae : Juglans regiaPlatanaceae: Platanus orientalis]; Oligonychus rubicundus Ehara, 1971 [Poaceae: Miscanthus sinensisSpodiopogon sibiricus];
  • Petrobia (Petrobia) brevipes Reck & Bagdasarian, 1949 [Amaranthaceae: Bassia prostrataLeguminosae: Astragalus sp.Lathyrus sp.Malvaceae: Malva neglecta];
  • Tetranychus gladioli Livshits & Mitrofanov, 1980 [Capparaceae: Capparis spinosa].
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    Distribution data (343 results):

  • Amphitetranychus savenkoae (Reck, 1956) [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia); Ukraine]; Amphitetranychus viennensis (Zacher, 1920) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Kazakhstan; Moldova; Russia (Eastern); Russia (Western); Tajikistan; Ukraine; Uzbekistan];
  • Aplonobia karadagi (Mitrofanov, 1975) [Palearctic: Ukraine]; Aplonobia sisianensis (Bagdasarian, 1959) [Palearctic: Armenia];
  • Bryobia angustisetis Jakobashvili, 1958 [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia)]; Bryobia apsheronica Khalilova, 1953 [Palearctic: Azerbaijan]; Bryobia artemisiae Bagdasarian, 1951 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Tajikistan]; Bryobia astragali Strunkova & Mitrofanov, 1983 [Palearctic: Turkmenistan]; Bryobia borealis Oudemans, 1930 [Palearctic: Norway; Russia (Western); Tajikistan]; Bryobia centaureae Livshits & Mitrofanov, 1972 [Palearctic: Ukraine]; Bryobia confusa Livshits & Mitrofanov, 1966 [Palearctic: Ukraine]; Bryobia convolvulus Tuttle & Baker, 1964 [Palearctic: Russia (Western)]; Bryobia dubinini Bagdasarian, 1960 [Palearctic: Armenia]; Bryobia glacialis Berlese, 1913 [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia); Norway; Russia (Eastern)]; Bryobia gushariensis Livshits & Mitrofanov, 1972 [Palearctic: Tajikistan; Ukraine]; Bryobia kakuliana Reck, 1956 [Palearctic: Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Tajikistan]; Bryobia kissophila Eyndhoven, 1955 [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia); Ukraine]; Bryobia livschitzi Mitrofanov & Strunkova, 1968 [Palearctic: Tajikistan]; Bryobia longisetis Reck, 1947 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Kazakhstan; Tajikistan; Ukraine]; Bryobia lonicerae Reck, 1956 [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia); Russia (Western); Tajikistan; Ukraine]; Bryobia macrotibialis Mathys, 1962 [Palearctic: Tajikistan; Ukraine]; Bryobia nasrvasensis Bagdasarian, 1960 [Palearctic: Armenia]; Bryobia obihsaphedi Mitrofanov, 1968 [Palearctic: Tajikistan]; Bryobia oblonga Livshits & Mitrofanov, 1968 [Palearctic: Tajikistan]; Bryobia osterloffi Reck, 1947 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Uzbekistan]; Bryobia parietariae Reck, 1947 [Palearctic: Armenia; Gruziya (Georgia); Tajikistan]; Bryobia ribis Thomas, 1896 [Palearctic: Ukraine]; Bryobia rugosa Livshits & Mitrofanov, 1966 [Palearctic: Tajikistan; Ukraine]; Bryobia strunkovae Mitrofanov, 1968 [Palearctic: Tajikistan]; Bryobia tiliae (Oudemans, 1928) [Palearctic: Armenia; Ukraine]; Bryobia ulmophila Reck, 1947 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Kazakhstan; Ukraine]; Bryobia watersi Manson, 1967 [Palearctic: Tajikistan; Ukraine]; Bryobia ziziphorae Strunkova & Mitrofanov, 1983 [Palearctic: Tajikistan];
  • Dasyobia mitrofanovi Strunkova, 1971 [Palearctic: Tajikistan];
  • Eotetranychus carpini (Oudemans, 1905) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Russia (Eastern); Ukraine]; Eotetranychus colurnae Mitrofanov, 1978 [Palearctic: Ukraine]; Eotetranychus fagi (Zacher, 1922) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia)]; Eotetranychus fraxini Reck, 1948 [Palearctic: Armenia; Gruziya (Georgia); Ukraine]; Eotetranychus latifrons Wainstein, 1954 [Palearctic: Kazakhstan]; Eotetranychus orientalis Beglyarov & Mitrofanov, 1973 [Palearctic: Russia (Eastern)]; Eotetranychus pomeranzevi (Reck, 1956) [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia)]; Eotetranychus populi (Koch, 1838) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Kazakhstan; Russia (Eastern); Tajikistan; Ukraine; Uzbekistan]; Eotetranychus potentillifolia Beglyarov & Mitrofanov, 1973 [Palearctic: Russia (Eastern)]; Eotetranychus pruni (Oudemans, 1931) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Kazakhstan; Moldova; Russia (Eastern); Russia (Western); Tajikistan; Ukraine]; Eotetranychus rubiphilus Reck, 1948 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Russia (Eastern); Ukraine]; Eotetranychus tiliarium (Hermann, 1804) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Belarus; Estonia; Gruziya (Georgia); Latvia; Lithuania; Moldova; Russia (Eastern); Russia (Western); Ukraine]; Eotetranychus uchidai Ehara, 1956 [Palearctic: Russia (Eastern)]; Eotetranychus ulmicola Reck, 1948 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia)]; Eotetranychus uncatus Garman, 1952 [Palearctic: Kazakhstan];
  • Eremobryobia calligoni Strunkova & Mitrofanov, 1982 [Palearctic: Turkmenistan];
  • Eurytetranychoides thujae (Reck, 1947) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Tajikistan; Uzbekistan];
  • Eurytetranychus buxi (Garman, 1935) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Ukraine]; Eurytetranychus furcisetus Wainstein, 1956 [Palearctic: Kazakhstan; Kyrgyzstan]; Eurytetranychus recki Bagdasarian, 1948 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia)];
  • Georgiobia richteri (Bagdasarian, 1954) [Palearctic: Armenia; Tajikistan]; Georgiobia shirakensis (Reck, 1956) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia)];
  • Hystrichonychus nepetae (Bagdasarian, 1951) [Palearctic: Armenia; Gruziya (Georgia); Tajikistan]; Hystrichonychus pamirica Mitrofanov & Strunkova, 1969 [Palearctic: Tajikistan];
  • Mesobryobia cervus Wainstein, 1956 [Palearctic: Kazakhstan]; Mesobryobia terpoghossiani (Bagdasarian, 1959) [Palearctic: Armenia; Kazakhstan];
  • Neopetrobia (Langella) batiashvilii Strunkova, 1969 [Palearctic: Uzbekistan];
  • Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) dubinini Wainstein, 1956 [Palearctic: Kazakhstan; Tajikistan]; Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) hexapetalae Mitrofanov, 1975 [Palearctic: Ukraine]; Neopetrobia (Neopetrobia) vediensis (Bagdasarian, 1959) [Palearctic: Armenia];
  • Neopetrobia (Reckia) samgoriensis (Reck, 1949) [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia); Ukraine];
  • Neotetranychus rubi Trägårdh, 1915 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Russia (Eastern); Russia (Western); Ukraine; Yugoslavia - former];
  • Oligonychus brevipilosus (Zacher, 1932) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Ukraine]; Oligonychus buschi (Reck, 1956) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Russia (Western)]; Oligonychus caucasicus (Reck, 1956) [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia)]; Oligonychus karamatus (Ehara, 1956) [Palearctic: Latvia; Russia (Eastern); Russia (Western); Ukraine]; Oligonychus kobachidzei (Reck, 1947) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia)]; Oligonychus lagodechii Livshits & Mitrofanov, 1969 [Palearctic: Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Ukraine]; Oligonychus livschitzi Mitrofanov & Bossenko, 1975 [Palearctic: Ukraine]; Oligonychus longiclavatus (Reck, 1953) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Kazakhstan; Kyrgyzstan; Russia (Western); Turkmenistan; Ukraine; Uzbekistan]; Oligonychus mitis Beglyarov & Mitrofanov, 1973 [Palearctic: Russia (Eastern)]; Oligonychus piceae (Reck, 1953) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Russia (Eastern); Russia (Western); Ukraine]; Oligonychus pinaceus Mitrofanov & Bossenko, 1975 [Palearctic: Latvia; Russia (Western); Ukraine]; Oligonychus pruni Mitrofanov & Zapletina, 1973 [Palearctic: Azerbaijan]; Oligonychus rubicundus Ehara, 1971 [Palearctic: Russia (Eastern)]; Oligonychus tshimkenticus Wainstein, 1956 [Palearctic: Kazakhstan]; Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi, 1905) [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia); Latvia; Russia (Eastern); Russia (Western); Tajikistan; Ukraine];
  • Panonychus citri (McGregor, 1916) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Russia (Western)]; Panonychus hadzhibejliae (Reck, 1947) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia)]; Panonychus ulmi (Koch, 1836) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Belarus; Gruziya (Georgia); Latvia; Lithuania; Moldova; Russia (Eastern); Russia (Western); Tajikistan; Ukraine; Uzbekistan];
  • Paraplonobia (Brachynychus) cousiniae Mitrofanov & Strunkova, 1971 [Palearctic: Tajikistan];
  • Paraplonobia (Paraplonobia) echinopsili Wainstein, 1960 [Palearctic: Kazakhstan]; Paraplonobia (Paraplonobia) herniariae (Bagdasarian, 1954) [Palearctic: Armenia; Tajikistan];
  • Petrobia (Mesotetranychus) dzhulfaensis Bagdasarian, 1960 [Palearctic: Armenia; Tajikistan]; Petrobia (Mesotetranychus) vachushtii Reck, 1948 [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia); Tajikistan];
  • Petrobia (Petrobia) brevipes Reck & Bagdasarian, 1949 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Tajikistan]; Petrobia (Petrobia) xerophila Mitrofanov, 1975 [Palearctic: Ukraine];
  • Petrobia (Tetranychina) harti (Ewing, 1909) [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia)]; Petrobia (Tetranychina) zachvatkini Reck & Bagdasarian, 1949 [Palearctic: Armenia; Ukraine];
  • Pseudobryobia anacantha (Strunkova & Mitrofanov, 1983) [Palearctic: Tajikistan]; Pseudobryobia bucharica (Strunkova & Mitrofanov, 1983) [Palearctic: Uzbekistan]; Pseudobryobia eurotiae (Mitrofanov, 1973) [Palearctic: Tajikistan; Uzbekistan]; Pseudobryobia neoephedrae Gutierrez & Bolland, 1998 [Palearctic: Turkmenistan]; Pseudobryobia nikitensis (Livshits & Mitrofanov, 1969) [Palearctic: Ukraine];
  • Schizotetranychus avetjanae Bagdasarian, 1954 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Russia (Eastern)]; Schizotetranychus bambusae Reck, 1941 [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia)]; Schizotetranychus beckeri Wainstein, 1958 [Palearctic: Russia (Western)]; Schizotetranychus brachypodii Livshits & Mitrofanov, 1968 [Palearctic: Ukraine]; Schizotetranychus echinulatus Mitrofanov, 1978 [Palearctic: Ukraine]; Schizotetranychus euphorbiae Livshits & Mitrofanov, 1968 [Palearctic: Ukraine]; Schizotetranychus garmani Pritchard & Baker, 1955 [Palearctic: Russia (Eastern)]; Schizotetranychus halimodendri Wainstein, 1958 [Palearctic: Kazakhstan]; Schizotetranychus ibericus Reck, 1947 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia)]; Schizotetranychus jachontovi Reck, 1953 [Palearctic: Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Russia (Eastern); Russia (Western); Ukraine]; Schizotetranychus lespedezae Beglyarov & Mitrofanov, 1973 [Palearctic: Russia (Eastern)]; Schizotetranychus saba-sulchani Reck, 1956 [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia)]; Schizotetranychus schizopus (Zacher, 1913) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Russia (Eastern); Russia (Western); Ukraine]; Schizotetranychus smirnovi Wainstein, 1954 [Palearctic: Kazakhstan; Tajikistan]; Schizotetranychus tbilisiensis Reck, 1959 [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia); Ukraine]; Schizotetranychus textor Wainstein, 1954 [Palearctic: Kazakhstan];
  • Stigmaeopsis malkovskii Wainstein, 1956 [Palearctic: Kazakhstan];
  • Tauriobia insueta Livshits & Mitrofanov, 1967 [Palearctic: Ukraine];
  • Tenuipalpoides zizyphus Reck & Bagdasarian, 1948 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia)];
  • Tetranychus armeniaca Bagdasarian, 1951 [Palearctic: Armenia]; Tetranychus bondarenkoi Mitrofanov, 1980 [Palearctic: Ukraine]; Tetranychus frater Wainstein, 1960 [Palearctic: Kazakhstan]; Tetranychus gladioli Livshits & Mitrofanov, 1980 [Palearctic: Azerbaijan; Bulgaria; Ukraine]; Tetranychus lonicerae Beglyarov & Mitrofanov, 1973 [Palearctic: Russia (Eastern)]; Tetranychus nikolskii Reck, 1953 [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia)]; Tetranychus pamiricus Mitrofanov & Strunkova, 1980 [Palearctic: Tajikistan]; Tetranychus phaselus Ehara, 1960 [Palearctic: Russia (Eastern)]; Tetranychus polygoni Beglyarov & Mitrofanov, 1973 [Palearctic: Russia (Eastern)]; Tetranychus similis Wainstein, 1958 [Palearctic: Kazakhstan; Tajikistan; Ukraine]; Tetranychus turkestani (Ugarov & Nikolskii, 1937) [Palearctic: Azerbaijan; Bulgaria; Kazakhstan; Russia (Eastern); Russia (Western); Tajikistan; Ukraine; Uzbekistan]; Tetranychus urticae Koch, 1835 [Palearctic: Russia (Eastern); Russia (Western); Ukraine];
  • Tetranycopsis cerasi Strunkova, 1969 [Palearctic: Tajikistan]; Tetranycopsis horridus (Canestrini & Fanzago, 1876) [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Russia (Western); Ukraine]; Tetranycopsis hystriciformis Reck, 1956 [Palearctic: Gruziya (Georgia); Kazakhstan; Tajikistan; Ukraine]; Tetranycopsis kuzminae Strunkova, 1969 [Palearctic: Tajikistan]; Tetranycopsis matikashviliae Reck, 1953 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Kazakhstan; Tajikistan; Ukraine]; Tetranycopsis spiraeae Reck, 1948 [Palearctic: Armenia; Azerbaijan; Gruziya (Georgia); Tajikistan].
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