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Tetranychidae - Bryobiinae - Petrobiini

Petrobia (Petrobia) latens (Müller, 1776). Muller (1776): 187.

Acarus latens Müller, 1776. Muller (1776): 187. Type host: Unknown. Type locality: Denmark.


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  • Nomenclature:

    Tetranychus anauniensis Canestrini, 1889. Synonym description. Canestrini (1889): 503.
    Tetranychus anauniensis Canestrini, 1889. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 52.

    Petrobia cepae Sayed, 1946. Synonym description. Sayed (1946): 79. Type host: Allium cepa. Type locality: Egypt.
    Petrobia cepae Sayed, 1946. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 55.

    Tetranobia decepta Banks, 1917. Synonym description. Banks (1917): 194.
    Tetranobia decepta Banks, 1917. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 52.

    Petrobia erevanica Reck & Bagdasarian, 1949. Synonym description. Reck & Bagdasarian (1949): 190. Type host: Artemisia sp.. Type locality: Armenia.
    Petrobia erevanica Reck & Bagdasarian, 1949. Synonymy by. Reck (1959): 101.

    Trombidium lapidum Hammer, 1804. Synonym description. Hermann (1804): 49.
    Petrobia lapidum (Hammer, 1804). New combination. Murray (1877): 118.
    Petrobia lapidum (Hammer, 1804). Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 52.

    Acarus latens Müller, 1776. Valid nomenclatural act. Muller (1776): 187. Type host: Unknown. Type locality: Denmark.
    Petrobia latens (Müller, 1776). New combination. Oudemans (1915): 44.
    Petrobia (Petrobia) latens (Müller, 1776). New combination. Wainstein (1960): 224.

    Tetranychus longipes Banks, 1912. Synonym description. Banks (1912): 97.
    Tetranobia longipes Banks, 1912. New combination. Banks (1917): 197.
    Tetranychus longipes Banks, 1912. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 52.

    Tetranychopsis paupera Berlese, 1910. Synonym description. Berlese (1910): 346.
    Tetranychopsis paupera Berlese, 1910. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 52.

    Acarus petrarum Fourcroy, 1785. Synonym description. Fourcroy (1785): 529.
    Acarus petrarum Fourcroy, 1785. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 52.

    Acarus praegnans Schrank, 1781. Synonym description. Schrank (1781): 520.
    Acarus praegnans Schrank, 1781. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 52.

    Tetranychopsis simplex Trägårdh, 1904. Synonym description. Trägårdh (1904): 8.
    Tetranychopsis simplex Trägårdh, 1904. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 52.

    Tetranychina tritici Ewing, 1921. Synonym description. Ewing (1921): 665.
    Tetranychina tritici Ewing, 1921. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 52.

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    Hosts (122 results):


    Amaranthaceae: Bassia prostrata [Bagdasarian (1957)]; Chenopodium album [Meyer (1974); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997)].
    Amaryllidaceae: Allium cepa [Sayed (1946); McGregor (1950); Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Rossi Simons (1961); Tuttle & Baker (1964); Miller (1966); Abo El-Ghar & Osman (1973); Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982)]; Allium sativum; Allium sp. [Ehara (1956)].
    Apiaceae: Daucus carota [Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Rossi Simons (1961); Tuttle & Baker (1964); Kaneda, Kameshiro, Nakano, et al. (2012); Matsuda, Morishita, Hinomoto, et al. (2014)].
    Apocynaceae: Asclepias sp..
    Asparagaceae: Asparagus sp..
    Boraginaceae: Tiquilia palmeri [Tuttle & Baker (1964)].
    Brassicaceae: Descurainia sp. [Bagdasarian (1957)]; Heliophila minima [Meyer (1974)]; Lepidium thurberi [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Physaria gordonii [Tuttle & Baker (1964)].
    Commelinaceae: Commelina africana [Meyer (1987)].
    Compositae: Achillea sp. [Bagdasarian (1957)]; Ambrosia sp.; Artemisia herba-alba [Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982)]; Artemisia sp. [Reck & Bagdasarian (1949); Tuttle & Baker (1976); Zhovnerchuk, Auger (2019)]; Artemisia tridentata [Tuttle & Baker (1976)]; Athanasia trifurcata [Meyer (1974)]; Bebbia juncea [Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus [Tuttle & Baker (1976)]; Cichorium endivia [Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Cichorium intybus; Cineraria lyratiformis [Meyer (1974)]; Lactuca sativa [Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Rossi Simons (1961); Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Oncosiphon suffruticosum [Meyer (1987)]; Scorzonera sp. [Zhovnerchuk, Auger (2019)]; Tetradymia canescens [Tuttle & Baker (1976)]; Tragopogon porrifolius [Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Xanthisma spinulosum [Tuttle & Baker (1968)].
    Convolvulaceae: Convolvulus arvensis [Tuttle & Baker (1964); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997)].
    Cucurbitaceae: Cucumis melo [Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Tuttle & Baker (1964)].
    Cupressaceae: Juniperus sp. [Tuttle & Baker (1976)].
    Dennstaedtiaceae: Pteridium esculentum [Miller (1966)].
    Geraniaceae: Geranium sp..
    Iridaceae: Gladiolus hortulanus [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Gladiolus sp. [McGregor (1950); Rossi Simons (1961)]; Iris missouriensis [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Iris sp. [McGregor (1950)].
    Lamiaceae : Mentha longifolia [Chaudhri, Akbar & Rasool (1974)]; Scutellaria karjaginii [Bagdasarian (1957)].
    Leguminosae: Acacia erioloba [Meyer (1987)]; Astragalus arizonicus [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Cajanus cajan [Prasad (1974); Gupta & Gupta (1994)]; Dalea albiflora [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Glycine max; Lupinus sp. [Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Tuttle & Baker (1964); Khanjani, Khanjani, Seeman (2016)]; Medicago sativa [McGregor (1950); Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Rossi Simons (1961); Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Melilotus sp. [Gonzalez (1977)]; Phaseolus vulgaris; Trifolium sp. [McGregor (1950); Miller (1966); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997)]; Vicia hirsuta [Prasad (1974); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997)]; Vicia sativa [Prasad (1974)]; Vigna angularis.
    Malvaceae: Alcea rosea [Chaudhri, Akbar & Rasool (1974)]; Alcea setosa [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Gossypium hirsutum [Bagdasarian (1957); Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Rossi Simons (1961); Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Gossypium sp. [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)].
    Moraceae: Ficus carica [Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Morus alba [Meyer (1974)].
    Nitrariaceae: Peganum harmala [Bagdasarian (1957)].
    Nyctaginaceae: Abronia villosa [Tuttle & Baker (1964)].
    Onagraceae: Chylismia claviformis [Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Oenothera primiveris [Tuttle & Baker (1968)].
    Oxalidaceae: Oxalis sp. [Meyer (1974)].
    Papaveraceae: Eschscholzia californica [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Fumaria indica [Prasad (1974); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997)].
    Plumbaginaceae: Acantholimon sp. [Bagdasarian (1957)].
    Poaceae: Aegilops cylindrica [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Agropyron desertorum [Tuttle & Baker (1976)]; Agropyron sp. [Banks (1912)]; Avena sativa [Meyer (1974)]; Avena sp. [Gonzalez (1977)]; Avena sterilis; Bromus arizonicus [Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Bromus catharticus [Meyer (1974)]; Bromus sp. [Gonzalez (1977)]; Cenchrus ciliaris [Alatawi, Kamran (2018)]; Cenchrus echinatus [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Cynodon dactylon [Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Tuttle & Baker (1964); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997); Alatawi, Kamran (2018)]; Echinochloa crus-galli [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Elymus canadensis [Tuttle & Baker (1976)]; Elymus smithii [Tuttle & Baker (1976)]; Eragrostis curvula [Meyer (1987)]; Hordeum murinum [Rossi Simons (1961)]; Hordeum sp. [Bagdasarian (1957); Thewke & Enns (1969)]; Hordeum vulgare [Banks (1917); Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997); Ashok & Mahendra (2001); Khanjani, Khanjani, Seeman (2016)]; Hyparrhenia hirta [Meyer (1987)]; Imperata cylindrica [Meyer (1987)]; Lolium perenne [McGregor (1950)]; Miscanthus sinensis; Paspalum dilatatum [Meyer (1974)]; Pennisetum purpureum; Phalaris minor [Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Phleum pratense; Poaceae sp. [Rossi Simons (1961); Meyer (1974); Kontschan, Kiss (2013); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Saccharum officinarum [Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982)]; Secale cereale [Tuttle & Baker (1976)]; Sitanion hystrix [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Sorghum halepense [Alatawi, Kamran (2018)]; Sorghum sp. [McGregor (1950)]; Spodiopogon cotulifer; Stenotaphrum secundatum [Ben-David, Ueckermann, Gerson (2013)]; Triticum aestivum [Womersley (1940); McGregor (1950); Bagdasarian (1957); Baker & Pritchard (1960); Tuttle & Baker (1964); Tuttle & Baker (1976); Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Ashok & Mahendra (2001); Khanjani, Khanjani, Seeman (2016); Zeity (2017)]; Triticum sp. [Thewke & Enns (1969); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997)]; Zea mays [Sandhu, Kaushal & Gupta (1973); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997)].
    Polygonaceae: Polygonum aviculare [Tuttle & Baker (1968)]; Rumex sp. [Meyer (1987)].
    Rosaceae: Crataegus sp. [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Fragaria x ananassa [Ehara (1956)]; Malus domestica [Womersley (1940)]; Potentilla argentea; Potentilla norvegica [Tuttle & Baker (1964)]; Prunus sp.; Pyrus communis [Gupta & Chatterjee (1997)].
    Rutaceae: Citrus sp. [Prasad (1974); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997)].
    Sapindaceae: Aesculus hippocastanum.
    Ulmaceae: Ulmus americana [Reeves (1963)].
    Violaceae: Viola sp..
    Vitaceae: Vitis vinifera.
    : Unknown [Muller (1776)]

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    Distribution (37 results):


    Afrotropical: South Africa [Meyer (1987); Meyer & Ueckermann (1989)]; Yemen [Meyer (1996)]; Zimbabwe [Baker & Pritchard (1960)].
    Australasian: Australia [Womersley (1940); Khanjani, Khanjani, Seeman (2016)]; New Zealand [Collyer (1964)]; Tasmania (Australia) [Miller (1966)].
    Nearctic: Mexico [Tuttle, Baker & Abbatiello (1976)]; United States [Banks (1917); Bibby & Tuttle (1959); Tuttle & Baker (1964); Tuttle & Baker (1976)].
    Neotropical: Argentina [Rossi Simons (1961)]; Chile [Gonzalez (1977)].
    Oriental: India [Bindra & Kittur (1961); Gupta & Gupta (1994); Gupta & Chatterjee (1997); Ashok & Mahendra (2001)]; Pakistan [Chaudhri, Akbar & Rasool (1974)].
    Palearctic: Algeria [Athias-Henriot (1959)]; Armenia [Reck & Bagdasarian (1949); Bagdasarian (1957)]; Azerbaijan [Bagdasarian (1957)]; China (Palearctic) [Jeppson, Keifer & Baker (1975)]; Denmark [Muller (1776)]; Egypt [Trägårdh (1904); Sayed (1946); Abo El-Ghar & Osman (1973); Zaher, Gomaa & El-Enany (1982)]; France [Fourcroy (1785)]; Germany [Rack (1956); Migeon (2015)]; Gruziya (Georgia) [Bagdasarian (1957)]; Hungary [Bognar (1961); Kontschan, Kiss (2013); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Iran [Khalil-Manesh (1973); Beyzavi, Ueckermann, Faraji, et al. (2013); Khanjani, Khanjani, Seeman (2016)]; Ireland - Eire [Purvis (1978)]; Israel [Ben-David, Ueckermann, Gerson (2013)]; Italy [Canestrini (1889); Bernini, Castagnoli & Nannelli (1995)]; Japan [Ehara (1956); Kaneda, Kameshiro, Nakano, et al. (2012); Matsuda, Morishita, Hinomoto, et al. (2014)]; Kazakhstan [Wainstein (1956); Wainstein (1956)]; Korea (Rep. South) [Lee, Lee & Kim (1986)]; Netherlands [Helle, Gutierrez & Bolland (1970); Vierbergen (1990)]; Poland [Kropczynska & Stepien (1970)]; Saudi Arabia [Alatawi, Kamran (2018)]; Spain [Rivero & Garcia Mari (1983)]; Syria [Zeity (2017)]; Turkey [Duzgunes (1963)]; Ukraine [Zhovnerchuk, Auger (2019)]; United Kingdom [Massee (1961)].

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