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Tetranychidae - Tetranychinae - Tetranychini

Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi, 1905). Jacobi (1905): 239.

Tetranychus ununguis Jacobi, 1905. Jacobi (1905): 239. Type host: Picea abies. Type locality: Germany.


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  • Nomenclature
  • Hosts
  • Distribution
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  • Nomenclature:

    Oligonychus americanus Ewing, 1921. Synonym description. Ewing (1921): 660. Type host: Picea sp.. Type locality: Canada.
    Paratetranychus americanus (Ewing, 1921). New combination. McGregor (1950): 333.
    Paratetranychus americanus (Ewing, 1921). Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 319.

    Paratetranychus biotae Reck, 1953. Synonym description. Reck (1953): 176. Type host: Platycladus orientalis. Type locality: Gruziya (Georgia).
    Oligonychus biotae Reck, 1953. Synonymy by. Mitrofanov, Bosenko & Bichevskis (1975): 10.

    Paratetranychus inouei Ehara, 1954. Synonym description. Ehara (1954): 104.
    Oligonychus inouei (Ehara, 1954). New combination. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 328.
    Paratetranychus inouei Ehara, 1954. Synonymy by. Ehara (1962): 168.

    Paratetranychus pini Hirst,1924. Synonym description. Hirst (1924): 526. Type locality: United Kingdom.
    Paratetranychus pini Hirst, 1924. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 319.

    Oligonychus rollowi Reck, 1956. Synonym description. Reck (1956): 19. Type host: Abies sp.. Type locality: Gruziya (Georgia), Russia (Western).
    Oligonychus rollowi Reck, 1956. Synonymy by. Mitrofanov, Bosenko & Bichevskis (1975): 10.

    Tetranychus uniunguis Ewing, 1917. Synonym description. Ewing (1917): 497.
    Neotetranychus uniunguis (Ewing, 1917). New combination. McGregor (1920): 647.
    Paratetranychus uniunguis (Ewing, 1913). New combination. McGregor (1950): 356.
    Paratetranychus uniunguis (Ewing, 1917). Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 319.

    Tetranychus ununguis Jacobi, 1905. Valid nomenclatural act. Jacobi (1905): 239. Type host: Picea abies. Type locality: Germany.
    Paratetranychus ununguis (Jacobi, 1905). New combination. Zacher (1913): 39.
    Oligonychus ununguis (Jacobi, 1905). New combination. Hirst (1920): 59.
    Oligonychus (Paratetranychus) ununguis (Jacobi, 1905). New combination. Wainstein (1960): 211.
    Oligonychus (Oligonychus) ununguis (Jacobi, 1905). New combination. Tuttle & Baker (1968): 118.

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    Hosts (101 results):


    Araucariaceae: Araucaria angustifolia.
    Buxaceae: Buxus sp..
    Cupressaceae: Calocedrus decurrens [McGregor (1936)]; Chamaecyparis funebris [Meyer (1987)]; Chamaecyparis lawsoniana [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Chamaecyparis obtusa [Ehara (1962)]; Chamaecyparis pisifera [Czajkowska, Kielkiewicz & Puchalska (2003); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Chamaecyparis sp. [Reeves (1963)]; Cupressus arizonica [Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Cupressus lusitanica [Ehara (1966); Urueta (1975)]; Cupressus nootkatensis [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Cupressus sempervirens [Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Tuttle & Baker (1964); Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994); Navajas, Gutierrez, Lagnel, et al. (1996); Migeon (2015); Khanjani, Khanjani, Seeman (2018)]; Cupressus sp. [Browne (1968); Flechtmann & Baker (1975); Meyer (1996); Aguilar, Murillo (2012); Migeon (2015)]; Juniperus bermudiana [Browne (1968)]; Juniperus chinensis [Thewke & Enns (1969); Tuttle & Baker (1976); Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Juniperus communis [Reeves (1963)]; Juniperus deppeana [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Juniperus horizontalis [Reeves (1963)]; Juniperus rigida; Juniperus sabina [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Juniperus sp. [Reeves (1963); Tuttle & Baker (1976); Sadeghi-Namaghi (2010)]; Juniperus virginiana [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Platycladus orientalis [Reck (1953); Lee Goff (1986); Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994); Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995); Sadeghi-Namaghi (2010); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Thuja occidentalis [Ewing (1917); Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Tuttle & Baker (1964); Tuttle & Baker (1976); Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Thuja plicata [Tuttle & Baker (1976)]; Thuja sp. [Livshits & Salinas-Croche (1968)]; Xanthocyparis nootkatensis.
    Fagaceae: Castanea crenata; Castanea sp. [Ehara (1962)]; Quercus acutissima; Quercus alba [Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994)]; Quercus mongolica [Ehara (1962)]; Quercus rubra [Ehara (1962)]; Quercus serrata; Quercus sp. [McGregor (1950)]; Quercus variabilis.
    Juglandaceae : Juglans regia [McGregor (1950)].
    Myrtaceae: Eucalyptus sp. [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968); Castro, Zanardi, Garlet, et al. (2017)].
    Pinaceae: Abies alba; Abies balsamea; Abies bracteata; Abies firma [Ehara (1962)]; Abies fraseri; Abies grandis [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995)]; Abies holophylla; Abies lasiocarpa [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Abies nordmanniana; Abies sachalinensis [Ehara (1954)]; Abies sp. [McGregor (1950); Reck (1956); Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994)]; Cedrus libani; Larix decidua [Browne (1968)]; Larix kaempferi [Browne (1968)]; Larix sibirica; Larix sp. [Reeves (1963)]; Picea abies [Jacobi (1905); Ehara (1962); Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995); Czajkowska, Kielkiewicz & Puchalska (2003); Barimani-Varandi, Kamali, Abaii (2005); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017); Khanjani, Khanjani, Seeman (2018)]; Picea alcoquiana; Picea engelmannii [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Picea glauca [Browne (1968); Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995); Kielkiewicz & Czajkowska (2002); Czajkowska, Kielkiewicz & Puchalska (2003)]; Picea jezoensis [Ehara (1954)]; Picea mariana; Picea omorika [Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995); Kielkiewicz & Czajkowska (2002)]; Picea orientalis [Oudemans (1931)]; Picea pungens [Tuttle & Baker (1964); Tuttle & Baker (1976); Kielkiewicz & Czajkowska (2002); Czajkowska, Kielkiewicz & Puchalska (2003); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Picea rubens; Picea sitchensis [Browne (1968)]; Picea sp. [Ewing (1921); Garman (1940); Migeon (2015); Khanjani, Khanjani, Seeman (2018)]; Pinus aristata; Pinus balfouriana; Pinus banksiana; Pinus brutia; Pinus cembroides [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)]; Pinus contorta [Browne (1968)]; Pinus densiflora; Pinus edulis; Pinus flexilis; Pinus halepensis; Pinus jeffreyi; Pinus koraiensis; Pinus lambertiana; Pinus leiophylla [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)]; Pinus monophylla; Pinus nigra [Khanjani, Khanjani, Seeman (2018)]; Pinus parviflora; Pinus ponderosa [Tuttle & Baker (1968); Migeon (2015)]; Pinus radiata [Browne (1968)]; Pinus resinosa; Pinus sabiniana; Pinus sp. [Womersley (1940); McGregor (1950); Hatzinikolis (1970); Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994); Sadeghi-Namaghi (2010)]; Pinus strobus; Pinus sylvestris [Hirst (1924); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Pinus thunbergii [Ehara (1962)]; Pseudotsuga menziesii [Tuttle & Baker (1968); Khanjani, Khanjani, Seeman (2018)]; Tsuga canadensis [Reeves (1963); Raupp, Webb, Szczepaniec, et al. (2004)]; Tsuga dumosa; Tsuga sp. [Garman (1940)].
    Rosaceae: Rosa sp. [Suarez (2004)].
    Sapindaceae: Acer sp. [McGregor (1950)].
    Taxaceae: Taxus cuspidata.
    Taxodiaceae: Cryptomeria japonica [Matsuda, Hinomoto, Singh, et al. (2012); Matsuda, Morishita, Hinomoto, et al. (2014)]; Sequoia sempervirens [Pritchard & Baker (1955)]; Sequoia sp. [Pritchard & Baker (1955)]

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    Distribution (44 results):


    Afrotropical: South Africa [Meyer (1987)]; Yemen [Meyer (1996)].
    Australasian: Australia [Womersley (1940); Migeon (2015); Khanjani, Khanjani, Seeman (2018)]; Hawaiian Is. (Usa) [Lee Goff (1986)]; New Zealand [Dumbleton (1932)].
    Nearctic: Canada [Ross & Caesar (1925); Khanjani, Khanjani, Seeman (2018)]; Mexico [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)]; United States [Ewing (1917); Garman (1940); Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Tuttle & Baker (1964); Flechtmann & Hunter (1971); Tuttle & Baker (1976); Raupp, Webb, Szczepaniec, et al. (2004); Migeon (2015); Khanjani, Khanjani, Seeman (2018)].
    Neotropical: Bermuda (UK) [Browne (1968)]; Brazil [Ehara (1966); Flechtmann & Baker (1975)]; Colombia [Urueta (1975)]; Costa Rica [Aguilar, Murillo (2012)]; Cuba [Livshits & Salinas-Croche (1968); Suarez (2004)].
    Oriental: China (Oriental) [Wang, Zhang & Zhang (1985); Wang & Cui (1992)]; Taiwan [Tseng (1990)].
    Palearctic: Austria [Loyttyniemi (1969)]; Belgium [Galoux (1954); Migeon (2015)]; China (Palearctic) [Wang (1981); Wang, Cui & Zhang (1981)]; Czechoslovakia - former [Baudys (1921)]; Denmark [Loyttyniemi (1969)]; Finland [Brammanis (1957)]; France [Colbrant & Hatt (1962); Navajas, Gutierrez, Lagnel, et al. (1996); Migeon (2015)]; Germany [Jacobi (1905)]; Greece [Hatzinikolis (1970); Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994)]; Gruziya (Georgia) [Reck (1950); Reck (1953); Reck (1956); Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Hungary [Bozai (1970); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Iceland [Anonymous (1931)]; Iran [Barimani-Varandi, Kamali, Abaii (2005); Sadeghi-Namaghi (2010); Beyzavi, Ueckermann, Faraji, et al. (2013)]; Italy [Ciampolini (1949); Bernini, Castagnoli & Nannelli (1995)]; Japan [Ehara (1954); Matsuda, Hinomoto, Singh, et al. (2012); Matsuda, Morishita, Hinomoto, et al. (2014)]; Kazakhstan [Wainstein (1956)]; Korea (Rep. South) [Lee, Lee & Kim (1986)]; Latvia [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Netherlands [Oudemans (1931); Gutierrez, Bolland & Helle (1979); Vierbergen (1990)]; Norway [Galoux (1954)]; Poland [Boczek & Kropczynska (1964); Dobosz, Skorupska & Blaszak (1995); Kielkiewicz & Czajkowska (2002); Czajkowska, Kielkiewicz & Puchalska (2003)]; Russia (Eastern) [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Russia (Western) [Reck (1956); Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Spain [Loyttyniemi (1969)]; Sweden [Trägårdh (1915)]; Switzerland [Günthart & H. (1959)]; Tajikistan [Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Ukraine [Livshits & Mitrofanov (1971); Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; United Kingdom [Hirst (1920); Hirst (1924)].

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