Species


 

Tetranychidae - Tetranychinae - Tetranychini

Eotetranychus carpini (Oudemans, 1905). Oudemans (1905): LXXIX.

Tetranychus carpini Oudemans, 1905. Oudemans (1905): LXXIX. Type host: Carpinus betulus. Type locality: Netherlands.


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  • Nomenclature:

    Tetranychus borealis Ewing, 1913. Synonym description. Ewing (1913): 457. Type host: Spiraea sp..

    Tetranychus carpini Oudemans, 1905. Valid nomenclatural act. Oudemans (1905): LXXIX. Type host: Carpinus betulus. Type locality: Netherlands.
    Eotetranychus carpini (Oudemans, 1905). New combination. Oudemans (1931): 290.
    Schizotetranychus (Eotetranychus) carpini (Oudemans, 1905). New combination. Reck (1948): 374.
    Eotetranychus carpini (Oudemans, 1905). New combination. Pritchard & Baker (1952): 261.

    Eotetranychus carpini borealis (Ewing, 1913). Change of status. Pritchard & Baker (1952): 261.
    Eotetranychus carpini borealis Ewing, 1913. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 179.

    Schizotetranychus (Eotetranychus) carpinula Reck, 1950. Synonym description. Reck (1950): 131. Type host: Carpinus betulus.
    Schizotetranychus (Eotetranychus) carpinula Reck, 1950. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 179.
    Schizotetranychus carpinula Reck, 1950. New combination. Bagdasarian (1957): 129.

    Tetranychus flavus Ewing, 1913. Synonym description. Ewing (1913): 458. Type host: Malus domestica.
    Tetranychus flavus Ewing, 1913. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1952): 261.

    Tetranychus monticolus McGregor, 1917. Synonym description. McGregor (1917): 584. Type host: Vaccinium sp..
    Tetranychus monticolus McGregor, 1917. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1952): 261.

    Tetranychus oregonensis McGregor, 1917. Synonym description. McGregor (1917): 585. Type host: Prunus sp..
    Tetranychus oregonensis McGregor, 1917. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1952): 261.

    Schizotetranychus (Eotetranychus) pterocaryae Reck, 1950. Synonym description. Reck (1950): 130. Type host: Pterocarya fraxinifolia.
    Schizotetranychus (Eotetranychus) pterocaryae Reck, 1950. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 179.
    Schizotetranychus pterocaryae Reck, 1950. New combination. Bagdasarian (1957): 124.

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    Hosts (54 results):


    Berberidaceae: Berberis thunbergii [Uysal, Cobanoglu & Okten (2001)].
    Betulaceae: Alnus incana [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)]; Alnus sp. [Beer & Lang (1958)]; Betula pubescens [Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Carpinus betulus [Oudemans (1905); Reck (1950); Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995); Rigamonti & Lozzia (1999); Zhovnerchuk (2006); Migeon, Malagnini, Duso, et al. (2007); Malagnini, V., Navajas, M., Migeon, A., et al. (2012); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017); Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Carpinus orientalis; Carpinus sp. [Zhovnerchuk (2013)]; Corylus avellana [Migeon (2015); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Corylus colurna [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Ostrya carpinifolia [Duso, Fontana & Malagnini (2004); Migeon, Malagnini, Duso, et al. (2007); Zeity (2017)].
    Cannabaceae: Celtis occidentalis.
    Caprifoliaceae: Lonicera sp. [McGregor (1950)].
    Ericaceae: Vaccinium sp. [McGregor (1917)].
    Fagaceae: Fagus grandifolia [Reeves (1963)]; Fagus sylvatica; Quercus alba [Reeves (1963)]; Quercus robur [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Quercus sp. [McGregor (1950)].
    Juglandaceae : Pterocarya fraxinifolia [Reck (1950)].
    Oleaceae: Fraxinus ornus [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)].
    Platanaceae: Platanus occidentalis.
    Rhamnaceae: Ceanothus fendleri [McGregor (1950)]; Ceanothus velutinus [McGregor (1950)]; Frangula sp..
    Rosaceae: Amelanchier sanguinea [McGregor (1950)]; Cerasus vulgaris; Malus domestica [Ewing (1913); Ma & Yuan (1981); Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994); Markoyiannaki-Printzioui, Papaioannou-Souliotis, Zeginis, et al. (2000); Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Malus pumila [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Malus x purpurea [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Prunus avium [Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Prunus cerasifera [Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Prunus domestica; Prunus sp. [McGregor (1917)]; Pyrus communis [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Pyrus sp. [McGregor (1950); Ma & Yuan (1981)]; Rosa x rugosa; Rubus idaeus [McGregor (1950)]; Spiraea sp. [Ewing (1913)].
    Salicaceae: Populus sp. [Beer & Lang (1958)]; Salix caprea; Salix dephnoides [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)]; Salix sp. [McGregor (1950)]; Salix viminalis [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)].
    Sapindaceae: Acer campestre [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017); Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Acer platanoides [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)]; Acer saccharinum [Thewke & Enns (1969)]; Acer saccharum [Thewke & Enns (1969)]; Acer sp. [McGregor (1950); Beer & Lang (1958); Migeon (2015)]; Aesculus hippocastanum [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Aesculus sp..
    Ulmaceae: Ulmus glabra [Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Ulmus minor [Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Ulmus sp. [McGregor (1950)].
    Vitaceae: Vitis vinifera [McGregor (1950); Rambier (1958); Rambier (1958); Hatzinikolis (1970); Rambier (1979); Gutierrez & Helle (1983); Girolami, Duso (1985); Vacante & Tropea Grazia (1987); Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994); Navajas, Gutierrez, Lagnel, et al. (1996); Kreiter, Tixier, Auger, et al. (2000); Kreiter, Auger, Lebdi Grissa, et al. (2002); Migeon, Malagnini, Duso, et al. (2007); Malagnini, V., Navajas, M., Migeon, A., et al. (2012); Migeon (2015)]

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    Distribution (30 results):


    Nearctic: Mexico [Beer & Lang (1958)]; United States [McGregor (1917)].
    Palearctic: Algeria [Athias-Henriot (1959)]; Armenia [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Azerbaijan [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; China (Palearctic) [Ma & Yuan (1981)]; Croatia [Ciglar & Baric (1998)]; Finland [Oudemans (1915)]; France [Delmas & Rambier (1954); Rambier (1958); Rambier (1958); Rambier (1979); Gutierrez & Helle (1983); Navajas, Gutierrez, Lagnel, et al. (1996); Kreiter, Tixier, Auger, et al. (2000); Migeon, Malagnini, Duso, et al. (2007); Migeon (2015)]; Germany [Zacher (1921)]; Greece [Hatzinikolis (1970); Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994); Markoyiannaki-Printzioui, Papaioannou-Souliotis, Zeginis, et al. (2000)]; Gruziya (Georgia) [Reck (1950); Reck (1959); Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Hungary [Bognar (1961); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Iran [Beyzavi, Ueckermann, Faraji, et al. (2013)]; Italy [Carmona (1960); Girolami, Duso (1985); Vacante & Tropea Grazia (1987); Bernini, Castagnoli & Nannelli (1995); Rigamonti & Lozzia (1999); Migeon, Malagnini, Duso, et al. (2007); Malagnini, V., Navajas, M., Migeon, A., et al. (2012)]; Lebanon [Dosse (1967); Dosse, Musa (1967)]; Morocco [Saba (1973); El-Jaouani (1988)]; Netherlands [Oudemans (1905); Vierbergen (1990)]; Poland [Boczek & Kropczynska (1964); Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)]; Romania [Iacob (1978)]; Russia (Eastern) [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Serbia-Montenegro [Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Slovenia [Migeon, Malagnini, Duso, et al. (2007); Malagnini, V., Navajas, M., Migeon, A., et al. (2012)]; Spain [Migeon (2015)]; Switzerland [Günthart & H. (1959)]; Syria [Zeity (2017)]; Tunisia [Kreiter, Auger, Lebdi Grissa, et al. (2002)]; Turkey [Onucar & Ulu (1988); Uysal, Cobanoglu & Okten (2001)]; Ukraine [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987); Zhovnerchuk (2006); Zhovnerchuk (2013)]; United Kingdom [Hirst (1920)].

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