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Tetranychidae - Tetranychinae - Tetranychini

Eotetranychus lewisi (McGregor, 1943). McGregor (1943): 127.

Tetranychus lewisi McGregor, 1943. McGregor (1943): 127. Type host: Citrus limon, Citrus sinensis. Type locality: United States.


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  • Nomenclature:

    Tetranychus lewisi McGregor, 1943. Valid nomenclatural act. McGregor (1943): 127. Type host: Citrus limon, Citrus sinensis. Type locality: United States.
    Eotetranychus lewisi (McGregor, 1943). New combination. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 205.

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    Hosts (75 results):


    Apiaceae: Arracacia xanthorrhiza [Vasquez, Davila, Telenchana, et al. (2017)].
    Bixaceae: Bixa orellana [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)].
    Caricaceae: Carica papaya [Berry (1959); Baker & Pritchard (1962); Andrews & Poe (1980); Flechtmann, Kreiter, Etienne, et al. (1999)].
    Cleomaceae: Cleome sp. [Urueta (1975)].
    Compositae: Ambrosia confertiflora [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974)]; Bebbia juncea [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974)]; Brickellia californica [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974)]; Encelia frutescens [Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Haplopappus sp. [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)]; Heterotheca sp. [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974)]; Xanthisma spinulosum [Tuttle & Baker (1964)].
    Convolvulaceae: Ipomoea sp. [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974)].
    Cucurbitaceae: Cucurbita sp. [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)].
    Cyperaceae: Schoenoplectus californicus [Tuttle & Baker (1964)].
    Euphorbiaceae: Cnidoscolus sp. [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)]; Croton ciliatoglandulifer [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974)]; Croton glabellus; Croton sonorae [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974)]; Croton sp. [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974)]; Ditaxis lanceolata [Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Euphorbia cyathophora; Euphorbia heterophylla [Urueta (1975)]; Euphorbia marginata; Euphorbia pulcherrima [Baker & Pritchard (1962); Andrews & Poe (1980); Lee Goff (1986); Carmona (1992); Ho & Shih (2004)]; Euphorbia sp. [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)]; Jatropha cardiophylla [Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Poinsettia geniculata [Murphy, Ferguson, Shipp (2017)]; Poinsettia sp. [Corpuz-Raros (2001)]; Ricinus communis [McGregor (1950); Pritchard & Baker (1955); Guanilo, A.D., de Moraes, G.J., Flechtmann, C.H.W., et al. (2012)].
    Fagaceae: Quercus sp. [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)].
    Hydrangeaceae: Hydrangea arborescens [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)].
    Lamiaceae : Monarda sp. [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)].
    Leguminosae: Acacia constricta [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)]; Acacia kamerunensis; Acacia pennatula [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)]; Bauhinia picta [Urueta (1975)]; Bauhinia sp. [Meyer (1987)]; Crotalaria sp. [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)]; Erythrina edulis [Migeon (2015)]; Medicago polymorpha [McGregor (1950)]; Mimosa aculeaticarpa [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974)]; Mimosa laxiflora [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974)].
    Malpighiaceae: Malpighia sp. [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)].
    Malvaceae: Abutilon malacum [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974)]; Ceiba acuminata [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974)]; Gossypium hirsutum [Guanilo, A.D., de Moraes, G.J., Flechtmann, C.H.W., et al. (2012)]; Sphaeralcea orcuttii [Tuttle & Baker (1964)].
    Moraceae: Ficus carica; Ficus sp. [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)].
    Oleaceae: Olea europaea [Pritchard & Baker (1955)].
    Papaveraceae: Bocconia arborea [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)].
    Pinaceae: Pinus cembroides [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)]; Pinus nelsonii [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)]; Pinus ponderosa [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)].
    Polygonaceae: Antigonon leptopus [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)].
    Rhamnaceae: Ceanothus sp. [Pritchard & Baker (1955)].
    Rosaceae: Fragaria x ananassa [Corpuz-Raros (2001); Howell, Daugovish (2013)]; Prunus persica [Tuttle & Baker (1964); Perez-Santiago, Alcaraz, Garcia-Gutierre, et al. (2002)]; Prunus sp. [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)]; Pyrus communis [Flechtmann (1996)]; Pyrus sp.; Rosa sp. [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)]; Rubus sp. [Howell, Daugovish (2013)].
    Rutaceae: Citrus limon [McGregor (1943)]; Citrus sinensis [McGregor (1943); McGregor (1950)].
    Salicaceae: Populus deltoides [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)]; Populus tremuloides [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)].
    Sapindaceae: Cardiospermum halicacabum [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974)]; Koelreuteria paniculata [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)].
    Solanaceae: Brugmansia arborea [Guanilo, A.D., de Moraes, G.J., Flechtmann, C.H.W., et al. (2012)]; Lycium sp.; Solanum elaeagnifolium [Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Solanum sp. [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)].
    Tropaeolaceae: Tropaeolum tuberosum [Vasquez, Davila, Telenchana, et al. (2017)].
    Vitaceae: Vitis sp. [Carmona (1992)]

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    Distribution (22 results):


    Afrotropical: South Africa [Meyer (1987)].
    Australasian: Hawaiian Is. (Usa) [Garrett & Haramoto (1967); Lee Goff (1986)].
    Nearctic: Canada [Murphy, Ferguson, Shipp (2017)]; Mexico [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1974); Perez-Santiago, Alcaraz, Garcia-Gutierre, et al. (2002)]; United States [McGregor (1943); McGregor (1950); Pritchard & Baker (1955); Baker & Pritchard (1962); Tuttle & Baker (1964); Howell, Daugovish (2013)].
    Neotropical: Bolivia [Flechtmann (1996)]; Chile [Gonzalez (1989)]; Colombia [Urueta (1975)]; Costa Rica [Baker & Pritchard (1962)]; Ecuador [Vasquez, Davila, Telenchana, et al. (2017)]; El Salvador [Berry (1959); Andrews & Poe (1980)]; Guadeloupe (France) [Flechtmann, Kreiter, Etienne, et al. (1999)]; Guatemala [Ochoa, Aguilar & Vargas (1991)]; Honduras [Baker & Pritchard (1962)]; Nicaragua [Baker & Pritchard (1962)]; Panama [Ochoa, Aguilar & Vargas (1991)]; Peru [Bolland, Gutierrez & Flechtmann (1998); Guanilo, A.D., de Moraes, G.J., Flechtmann, C.H.W., et al. (2012); Migeon (2015)].
    Oriental: Philippines [Corpuz-Raros (2001)]; Taiwan [Ho & Shih (2004)].
    Palearctic: Iran [Beyzavi, Ueckermann, Faraji, et al. (2013)]; Libya [Damiano (1964)]; Madeira I. (Portugal) [Carmona (1992)].

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