Species


 

Tetranychidae - Bryobiinae - Petrobiini

Petrobia (Tetranychina) harti (Ewing, 1909). Ewing (1909): 405.

Neophyllobius harti Ewing, 1909. Ewing (1909): 405. Type host: Unknown. Type locality: United States.


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Summary:

  • Nomenclature
  • Hosts
  • Distribution
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  • Nomenclature:

    Tetranychina agerati Sayed, 1946. Synonym description. Sayed (1946): 83. Type host: Ageratum conyzoides, Petunia x hybrida. Type locality: Egypt.
    Tetranychina agerati Sayed, 1946. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 45.

    Tenuicrus errabundus Womersley, 1940. Synonym description. Womersley (1940): 251. Type host: Unknown. Type locality: Australia.
    Tenuicrus errabundus Womersley, 1940. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 45.

    Neophyllobius harti Ewing, 1909. Valid nomenclatural act. Ewing (1909): 405. Type host: Unknown. Type locality: United States.
    Tetranychina harti (Ewing, 1909). New combination. Banks (1917): 195.
    Petrobia harti (Ewing, 1909). New combination. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 45.
    Petrobia (Tetranychina) harti (Ewing, 1909). New combination. Wainstein (1960): 224.

    Tetranychina macdonoughi McGregor, 1917. Synonym description. McGregor (1917): 588. Type host: Oxalis stricta. Type locality: United States.
    Tetranychina macdonoughi McGregor, 1917. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 45.

    Neobryobia spectabilis Reck, 1941. Synonym description. Reck (1941): 749. Type host: Oxalis corniculata. Type locality: Gruziya (Georgia).
    Tetranychina spectabilis (Reck, 1941). New combination. Reck (1950): 127.
    Tetranychina spectabilis (Reck, 1941). Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 45.

    Tetranychina tuberculata Kishida, 1921. Synonym description. Kishida (1921): 449. Type host: Unknown. Type locality: Japan.
    Tetranychina tuberculata Kishida, 1921. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 45.

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    Hosts (44 results):


    Brassicaceae: Raphanus raphanistrum [Nassar & Ghai (1981)].
    Compositae: Ageratum conyzoides [Sayed (1946)]; Ageratum sp. [Thewke & Enns (1969)]; Artemisia herba-alba [Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982)]; Conyza aegyptiaca [Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982)]; Gamochaeta purpurea [Meyer (1987)].
    Convolvulaceae: Ipomoea batatas.
    Cupressaceae: Platycladus orientalis.
    Geraniaceae: Pelargonium sp. [Meyer (1974)].
    Lamiaceae : Mentha pulegium [Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982)].
    Leguminosae: Crotalaria micans; Medicago sativa [Hatzinikolis (1968); Meyer (1987)]; Trifolium sp. [Hatzinikolis (1968); Hatzinikolis (1969)].
    Malvaceae: Malva linnaei.
    Moraceae: Artocarpus heterophyllus; Artocarpus integer [Lo (1968)].
    Oxalidaceae: Averrhoa carambola; Oxalis articulata; Oxalis corniculata [McGregor (1917); Reck (1941); Tuttle & Baker (1964); Ma, Yuan & Qian (1984); Dubitzki & Gerson (1987); Koveos & Tzanakakis (1989); Koveos & Tzanakakis (1991); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Faradji (1995); Ben-David, Melamed, Gerson, et al. (2007); Roy, Aditya, Saha (2011); Ben-David, Ueckermann, Gerson (2013); Matsuda, Morishita, Hinomoto, et al. (2014); Migeon (2015); Zriki, Shaabo, Boubou (2015); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Oxalis debilis [Rodrigues (1968); Migeon (2015)]; Oxalis europaea [Reeves (1963)]; Oxalis latifolia [Rodrigues (1968)]; Oxalis pes-caprae [Carmona (1973); Ros, V., Breeuwer, J., Menken, S. (2008)]; Oxalis sp. [Garman (1940); Pritchard & Baker (1955); Hatzinikolis (1969); Flechtmann & Baker (1970); Flechtmann & Hunter (1971); Flechtmann & Baker (1975); Andrews & Poe (1980); Garcia Mari & Rivero (1982); Lee Goff (1986); Wang & Cui (1992); Navajas, Gutierrez, Lagnel, et al. (1996); Flechtmann, Kreiter, Etienne, et al. (1999); Kreiter, Auger, Lebdi Grissa, et al. (2002); Kontschan (2015); Migeon (2015)]; Oxalis stricta [McGregor (1917); Carmona (1970); Zriki, Shaabo, Boubou (2015)].
    Plantaginaceae: Plantago lanceolata [Meyer (1987)].
    Poaceae: Oryza sativa [Faradji (1995)]; Pennisetum longistylum [Carmona (1970)]; Saccharum officinarum; Saccharum spontaneum [Gupta & Gupta (1994)].
    Polygonaceae: Rumex sp. [Urueta (1975)].
    Rosaceae: Fragaria sp.; Malus domestica; Rubus allegheniensis.
    Rutaceae: Citrus maxima [Rodrigues (1968); Carmona (1970)]; Citrus sp. [Ferragut, Garcia Mari & Marzal (1983); Garcia Mari, Ferragut, Marzal, et al. (1986)].
    Solanaceae: Atropa belladonna [Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982)]; Petunia sp. [Thewke & Enns (1969)]; Petunia x hybrida [Sayed (1946)]; Solanum melongena.
    Theaceae: Camellia sinensis [Abbasipour, Taghavi, Kamali (2006)].
    Violaceae: Viola sp. [Prasad (1970); Gupta & Gupta (1994)].
    Vitaceae: Vitis vinifera [Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994)].
    : Unknown [Ewing (1909); Kishida (1921); Womersley (1940)]

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    Distribution (40 results):


    Afrotropical: Kenya [Toroitich, Ueckermann, Theron, et al. (2009)]; Madagascar [Helle, Gutierrez & Bolland (1970); Migeon (2015)]; Malawi [Meyer (1974)]; Mauritania [Almaguel & Machado (1984)]; Mauritius [Moutia (1958); Baker & Pritchard (1960)]; Mozambique [Rodrigues (1968)]; South Africa [Meyer (1974)].
    Australasian: Australia [Womersley (1940); Migeon (2015)]; Fiji [Migeon (2015)]; Hawaiian Is. (Usa) [Garrett & Haramoto (1967); Lee Goff (1986)]; New Caledonia (France) [Bolland, Gutierrez & Flechtmann (1998); Migeon (2015)]; Vanuatu [Bolland, Gutierrez & Flechtmann (1998); Migeon (2015)].
    Nearctic: Mexico [Estebanes-Gonzalez & Baker (1968)]; United States [Ewing (1909); McGregor (1917); Garman (1940); Tuttle & Baker (1964); Flechtmann & Hunter (1971)].
    Neotropical: Brazil [Flechtmann (1967); Flechtmann & Baker (1970); Flechtmann & Baker (1975)]; Colombia [Urueta (1975)]; Costa Rica [Ochoa, Aguilar & Vargas (1991)]; El Salvador [Andrews & Poe (1980)]; Guadeloupe (France) [Flechtmann, Kreiter, Etienne, et al. (1999)].
    Oriental: China (Oriental) [Wang, Zhang & Zhang (1985); Wang & Cui (1992); Ros, V., Breeuwer, J., Menken, S. (2008)]; Hainan (China) [Ma, Yuan & Lin (1979)]; India [Channabasavanna & Banu (1972); Nassar & Ghai (1981); Gupta (1992); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Roy, Aditya, Saha (2011)]; Nansei-shoto (Japan) [Ehara (1966); Ohno, S., Kodama, H., Ganaha-Kikumura, T. (2011)]; Taiwan [Lo (1968)].
    Palearctic: China (Palearctic) [Ma & Yuan (1992); Ros, V., Breeuwer, J., Menken, S. (2008)]; Egypt [Sayed (1946); Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982)]; France [Navajas, Gutierrez, Lagnel, et al. (1996); Migeon (2015)]; Greece [Hatzinikolis (1968); Hatzinikolis (1969); Koveos & Tzanakakis (1989); Koveos & Tzanakakis (1991); Papaioannou-Souliotis, Ragusa Di Chiara & Tsolakis (1994); Ros, V., Breeuwer, J., Menken, S. (2008)]; Gruziya (Georgia) [Reck (1941); Mitrofanov, Strunkova & Livshits (1987)]; Hungary [Kontschan (2015); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Iran [Faradji (1995); Bolland, Gutierrez & Flechtmann (1998); Abbasipour, Taghavi, Kamali (2006); Beyzavi, Ueckermann, Faraji, et al. (2013)]; Israel [Dubitzki (1981); Dubitzki & Gerson (1987); Ben-David, Melamed, Gerson, et al. (2007); Ben-David, Ueckermann, Gerson (2013)]; Italy [Vacante (1983); Bernini, Castagnoli & Nannelli (1995)]; Japan [Kishida (1921); Ehara (1959); Matsuda, Morishita, Hinomoto, et al. (2014)]; Korea (Rep. South) [Ryu & Ehara (1995)]; Madeira I. (Portugal) [Carmona (1973)]; Portugal [Carmona (1970)]; Spain [Garcia Mari & Rivero (1982); Ferragut, Garcia Mari & Marzal (1983); Garcia Mari, Ferragut, Marzal, et al. (1986); Ferragut, Garzón-Luque, Pekas (2013)]; Syria [Zriki, Shaabo, Boubou (2015)]; Tunisia [Kreiter, Auger, Lebdi Grissa, et al. (2002)].

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