Species


 

Tetranychidae - Tetranychinae - Tetranychini

Oligonychus mangiferus (Rahman & Sapra, 1940). Rahman & Sapra (1940): 192.

Paratetranychus mangiferus Rahman & Sapra, 1940. Rahman & Sapra (1940): 192. Type host: Mangifera indica. Type locality: Pakistan.


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Summary:

  • Nomenclature
  • Hosts
  • Distribution
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  • Nomenclature:

    Paratetranychus insularis McGregor, 1950. Synonym description. McGregor (1950): 341. Type host: Mangifera indica. Type locality: Hawaiian Is. (Usa).
    Paratetranychus insularis McGregor, 1950. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 330.

    Paratetranychus mangiferus Rahman & Sapra, 1940. Valid nomenclatural act. Rahman & Sapra (1940): 192. Type host: Mangifera indica. Type locality: Pakistan.
    Oligonychus mangiferus (Rahman & Sapra, 1940). New combination. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 330.
    Oligonychus (Oligonychus) mangiferus (Rahman & Sapra, 1940). New combination. Tseng (1990): 122.

    Paratetranychus terminalis Sayed, 1946. Synonym description. Sayed (1946): 94. Type host: Syzygium cumini, Terminalia sp., Vitis vinifera. Type locality: Egypt.
    Oligonychus terminalis (Sayed, 1946). New combination. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 316.
    Oligonychus terminalis (Sayed, 1946). Synonymy by. Zaher, Soliman, Hanna, et al. (1984): .

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    Hosts (54 results):


    Anacardiaceae: Mangifera indica [Rahman & Sapra (1940); McGregor (1950); Moutia (1958); Baker & Pritchard (1960); Baker (1975); Soliman & Mahfood (1975); Sadana & Chander (1978); Andrews & Poe (1980); Nassar & Ghai (1981); Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982); Gerson (1986); Lee Goff (1986); Gupta (1992); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta (1995); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997); Ben-David, Melamed, Gerson, et al. (2007); Ben-David, Ueckermann, Gerson (2013); Lin (2013); Abu-shosha, Abdallah, Abdel-Aziz, et al. (2017)].
    Annonaceae: Annona macroprophyllata [Lee Goff (1986)]; Annona sp. [Pritchard & Baker (1955)]; Annona squamosa.
    Apocynaceae: Plumeria rubra [Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982)].
    Arecaceae: Acanthophoenix sp. [Gutierrez & Etienne (1986)]; Arecaceae sp. [Gupta (1992)].
    Calophyllaceae: Calophyllum inophyllum [Lee Goff (1986)].
    Combretaceae: Combretum erythrophyllum [Meyer (1987)]; Combretum indicum [Sadana & Chander (1978)]; Terminalia catappa [Baker (1975)]; Terminalia sp. [Sayed (1946)].
    Cupressaceae: Cupressus sempervirens [Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982)]; Platycladus orientalis [Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982)].
    Euphorbiaceae: Acalypha wilkesiana; Ricinus communis [Gupta & Gupta (1994)].
    Lauraceae: Litsea chinensis [Gutierrez & Etienne (1986)]; Persea americana [Sadana & Chander (1978); Gutierrez & Etienne (1986)].
    Leguminosae: Bauhinia acuminata [Baker (1975)]; Cassia fistula [Sadana & Chander (1978); Gupta & Gupta (1994)]; Delonix sp. [Baker (1975)].
    Lythraceae: Lagerstroemia indica [Sadana & Chander (1978); Gupta & Gupta (1994)]; Lagerstromia thorelii [Sadana & Chander (1978); Gupta & Gupta (1994)]; Punica granatum [Gupta (1976); Sadana & Chander (1978); Ben-David, Ueckermann, Gerson (2013)].
    Meliaceae: Melia azedarach [Sadana & Chander (1978); Gupta & Gupta (1994)]; Trichilia emetica [Meyer (1974)].
    Moraceae: Artocarpus integer [Gupta & Gupta (1994)]; Ficus carica [Nassar & Ghai (1981); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997)]; Ficus sp. [Gupta (1992)].
    Musaceae: Musa sp. [Baker (1975)]; Musa x paradisiaca [Nassar & Ghai (1981); Gupta & Gupta (1994)].
    Myrtaceae: Eucalyptus camaldulensis; Eugenia sp. [Moutia (1958); Nassar & Ghai (1981)]; Psidium guajava [Nassar & Ghai (1981); Gupta & Gupta (1994)]; Syzygium cumini [Sayed (1946); Browne (1968); Sadana & Chander (1978); Gupta & Gupta (1994)]; Syzygium jambos [Lee Goff (1986)]; Syzygium samarangense.
    Pinaceae: Pinus sp. [Gupta & Gupta (1994)].
    Rosaceae: Cotoneaster sp.; Cydonia sp.; Eriobotrya japonica [Moutia (1958)]; Prunus persica [Moutia (1958); Sadana & Chander (1978); Nassar & Ghai (1981); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997)]; Pyrus communis [Sadana & Chander (1978)]; Rosa cymosa [Gupta & Gupta (1994)]; Rosa gallica; Rosa hybrida [Baker (1975)]; Rosa indica [Sadana & Chander (1978)]; Rosa sp. [Pritchard & Baker (1955); Guanilo, A.D., de Moraes, G.J., Flechtmann, C.H.W., et al. (2012)]; Rubus allegheniensis.
    Rubiaceae: Gardenia jasminoides [Gupta & Gupta (1994)].
    Sapindaceae: Dimocarpus longan; Litchi chinensis [Sadana & Chander (1978); Gupta (1991); Gupta (1992)].
    Simaroubaceae: Ailanthus altissima.
    Vitaceae: Vitis vinifera [Sayed (1946); Moutia (1958); Soliman & Mahfood (1975); Sadana & Chander (1978); Nassar & Ghai (1981); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997); Domingos, Melo, Oliveira, et al. (2014)]

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    Distribution (19 results):


    Afrotropical: Mauritius [Moutia (1958); Baker & Pritchard (1960)]; Mozambique [CAB (1965)]; Reunion (France) [Gutierrez & Etienne (1986)]; South Africa [Meyer (1970)]; Yemen [Soliman & Mahfood (1975)].
    Australasian: Australia [Davis (1968)]; Hawaiian Is. (Usa) [McGregor (1950); Pritchard & Baker (1955); Lee Goff (1986)].
    Neotropical: Brazil [Paschoal (1970); Domingos, Melo, Oliveira, et al. (2014)]; Chile [Bolland, Gutierrez & Flechtmann (1998)]; El Salvador [Andrews & Poe (1980)]; Peru [Pritchard & Baker (1955); Guanilo, A.D., de Moraes, G.J., Flechtmann, C.H.W., et al. (2012)].
    Oriental: India [Baker & Pritchard (1960); Sadana & Chander (1978); Nassar & Ghai (1981); Gupta (1992); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta (1995); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997)]; Pakistan [Rahman & Sapra (1940); Kazimi & Ghani (1969)]; Taiwan [Baker (1975); Lin (2013)]; Thailand [Baker (1975)].
    Palearctic: China (Palearctic) [Ma & Yuan (1992)]; Egypt [Sayed (1946); Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982); Abu-shosha, Abdallah, Abdel-Aziz, et al. (2017)]; Iran [Sheikholeslam-Zadeh, Sadeghi-Nameghi (2010); Sheikholeslam-Zadeh, Sadeghi-Nameghi (2010); Beyzavi, Ueckermann, Faraji, et al. (2013)]; Israel [Gerson (1986); Ben-David, Melamed, Gerson, et al. (2007); Ben-David, Ueckermann, Gerson (2013)].

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