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Tetranychidae - Tetranychinae - Tetranychini

Eotetranychus uncatus Garman, 1952. Pritchard & Baker (1952): 263.

Eotetranychus uncatus Garman, 1952 in Pritchard & Baker. Pritchard & Baker (1952): 263. Type host: Malus domestica. Type locality: United States.


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Summary:

  • Nomenclature
  • Hosts
  • Distribution
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  • Nomenclature:

    Schizotetranychus exiguus Wainstein, 1956. Synonym description. Wainstein (1956): 81. Type host: Betula sp.. Type locality: Kazakhstan.
    Schizotetranychus exiguus Wainstein, 1956. Synonymy by. Wainstein (1960): 194.

    Eotetranychus uncatus Garman, 1952 in Pritchard & Baker. Valid nomenclatural act. Pritchard & Baker (1952): 263. Type host: Malus domestica. Type locality: United States.

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    Hosts (38 results):


    Betulaceae: Alnus glutinosa; Alnus incana [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)]; Alnus sp. [Reeves (1963)]; Betula ermanii [Gotoh, Noda & Hong (2003)]; Betula maximowicziana [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)]; Betula pendula [Pritchard & Baker (1955)]; Betula platyphylla [Gotoh, Noda & Hong (2003); Matsuda, Morishita, Hinomoto, et al. (2014)]; Betula pubescens [Reeves (1963)]; Betula sp. [Wainstein (1956)]; Carpinus caroliniana [Reeves (1963)]; Ostrya virginiana [Thewke & Enns (1969)].
    Fagaceae: Quercus dentata; Quercus palustris [Thewke & Enns (1969)]; Quercus petraea [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)]; Quercus robur [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)].
    Juglandaceae : Juglans ailanthifolia [Ehara (1970)]; Juglans regia.
    Leguminosae: Bauhinia variegata [Gupta & Gupta (1994)].
    Malvaceae: Tilia americana [Reeves (1963)]; Tilia cordata [Reeves (1963)].
    Rosaceae: Cerasus vulgaris [Reeves (1963)]; Crataegus monogyna; Malus domestica [Pritchard & Baker (1952); Ubertalli (1955); Amano & Chant (1990); Migeon, Malagnini, Duso, et al. (2007); Migeon (2015)]; Malus sp. [Migeon, Malagnini, Duso, et al. (2007)]; Prunus avium; Prunus cerasifera [Migeon, Malagnini, Duso, et al. (2007)]; Prunus domestica [Skorupska (1976)]; Prunus persica [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)]; Pyrus sp..
    Sapindaceae: Acer campestre; Acer negundo [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)]; Acer platanoides [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)]; Acer saccharum; Aesculus hippocastanum [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)].
    Theaceae: Camellia sinensis [Gupta (1992)].
    Tiliaceae: Tilia maximowicziana.
    Ulmaceae: Ulmus laciniata.
    Vitaceae: Vitis sp.

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    Distribution (12 results):


    Nearctic: Canada [Amano & Chant (1990)]; Mexico [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)]; United States [Pritchard & Baker (1952); Pritchard & Baker (1955); Ubertalli (1955); Thewke & Enns (1969)].
    Neotropical: Paraguay [Aranda & Flechtman (1971)].
    Oriental: India [Gupta (1985); Gupta (1992); Gupta & Gupta (1994)].
    Palearctic: China (Palearctic) [Wang (1981)]; France [Migeon, Malagnini, Duso, et al. (2007); Migeon (2015)]; Iran [Beyzavi, Ueckermann, Faraji, et al. (2013)]; Japan [Ehara (1970); Gotoh, Noda & Hong (2003); Matsuda, Morishita, Hinomoto, et al. (2014)]; Kazakhstan [Wainstein (1956); Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Netherlands [Gutierrez & Helle (1981); Migeon (2015)]; Poland [Boczek & Kropczynska (1964); Skorupska (1976); Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)].

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