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Tetranychidae - Tetranychinae - Tetranychini

Mononychellus tanajoa (Bondar, 1938). Bondar (1938): 443.

Tetranychus tanajoa Bondar, 1938. Bondar (1938): 443. Type host: Manihot esculenta. Type locality: Brazil, Trinidad and Tobago.


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Summary:

  • Nomenclature
  • Hosts
  • Distribution
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  • Nomenclature:

    Eotetranychus estradai Baker & Pritchard, 1962. Synonym description. Baker & Pritchard (1962): 316. Type host: Gliricidia maculata. Type locality: Nicaragua.
    Mononychus estradai (Baker & Pritchard, 1962). New combination. Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968): 77.
    Mononychellus estradai (Baker & Pritchard, 1962). New combination. Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976): 55.
    Mononychellus estradai Baker & Pritchard, 1962. Synonymy by. Gutierrez (1987): 165.

    Mononychellus planki (McGregor, 1950), sensu Urueta, 1970. Misidentification. Urueta (1970): 14.
    Mononychellus planki (McGregor, 1950), sensu Urueta, 1970. Synonymy by. Urueta (1975): 4.

    Tetranychus tanajoa Bondar, 1938. Valid nomenclatural act. Bondar (1938): 443. Type host: Manihot esculenta. Type locality: Brazil, Trinidad and Tobago.
    Mononychus tanajoa (Bondar, 1938). New combination. Flechtmann & Baker (1970): 160.
    Mononychellus tanajoa (Bondar, 1938). New combination. Tuttle, Baker & Sales (1977): 3.

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    Hosts (8 results):


    Euphorbiaceae: Manihot esculenta [Bondar (1938); Urueta (1970); Flechtmann & Bastos (1972); Flechtmann & Abreu (1973); Urueta (1975); Akinlosotu (1982); Yaninek & Herren (1988); Goncalves, Oliveira, Barros, et al. (2001); Lopes Ribeiro, A.E., Correa Gondim, M.G., Jr., Calderan, E., et al. (2009); Agboton, B.V., Hanna, R., von Tiedemann, A. (2011); Night, G.N.G., Asiimwe, P., Gashaka, G., et al. (2011); Silva, Teodoro, Oliveira, et al. (2013); Costa, Teodoro, Rego, et al. (2014); Migeon (2015)]; Manihot sp. [Bondar (1938); Flechtmann & Baker (1975)].
    Leguminosae: Erythrina sp. [Andrews & Poe (1980)]; Gliricidia maculata [Baker & Pritchard (1962)]; Gliricidia sepium [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968); Andrews & Poe (1980)]; Senna occidentalis [Rossi Simons (1961)].
    Passifloraceae: Passiflora cincinnata.
    Typhaceae : Typha domingensis [Aguilar & Murillo (2008)]

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    Distribution (18 results):


    Afrotropical: Benin [Agboton, B.V., Hanna, R., von Tiedemann, A. (2011)]; Nigeria [Akinlosotu (1982)]; Rwanda [Night, G.N.G., Asiimwe, P., Gashaka, G., et al. (2011)]; Zambia [Yaninek & Herren (1988); Mwase & Baker (2006)].
    Nearctic: Mexico [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)].
    Neotropical: Bahamas, The [Doreste (1982)]; Brazil [Bondar (1938); Flechtmann & Bastos (1972); Flechtmann & Abreu (1973); Flechtmann & Baker (1975); Goncalves, Oliveira, Barros, et al. (2001); Lopes Ribeiro, A.E., Correa Gondim, M.G., Jr., Calderan, E., et al. (2009); Silva, Teodoro, Oliveira, et al. (2013); Costa, Teodoro, Rego, et al. (2014)]; Colombia [Urueta (1970); Urueta (1975); Doreste (1982)]; Costa Rica [Doreste (1984); Aguilar & Murillo (2008)]; El Salvador [Andrews & Poe (1980)]; Guadeloupe (France) [Migeon (2015)]; Guyana [Doreste (1982)]; Nicaragua [Baker & Pritchard (1962)]; Panama [Doreste (1982)]; Paraguay [Doreste (1984)]; Suriname [Migeon (2015)]; Trinidad and Tobago [Flechtmann & Baker (1975); Doreste (1982)]; Venezuela [Doreste (1981)].

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