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Tetranychidae - Tetranychinae - Tetranychini

Stigmaeopsis celarius Banks, 1917. Banks (1917): 196.

Stigmaeopsis celarius Banks, 1917. Banks (1917): 196. Type host: Pseudosasa japonica. Type locality: United States.


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  • Nomenclature:

    Stigmaeopsis celarius Banks, 1917. Valid nomenclatural act. Banks (1917): 196. Type host: Pseudosasa japonica. Type locality: United States.
    Schizotetranychus celarius (Banks, 1917). New combination. McGregor (1950): 308.
    Stigmaeopsis celarius (Banks, 1917). New combination. Saito, Mori, Sakagami, et al. (2004): 396.

    Schizotetranychus latitarsus Ewing, 1917. Synonym description. Ewing (1917): 498.
    Schizotetranychus latitarsus Ewing, 1917. Synonymy by. McGregor (1950): 308.

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    Hosts (26 results):


    Asparagaceae: Dracaena braunii [Arbabi, Baradaran, Abaii, et al. (2009)].
    Moraceae: Ficus pumila [Ehara (1966)].
    Poaceae: Bambusa sp. [Garrett & Haramoto (1967); Lee Goff (1986); Ostoja-Starzewski (2000); Migeon (2015)]; Miscanthus sinensis [Ehara (1966)]; Oryza sp.; Phyllostachys aurea [Ostoja-Starzewski (2000); Witters, Casteels & Bondt (2003); Auger & Migeon (2007)]; Phyllostachys bambusoides [Ehara (1957); Auger & Migeon (2007)]; Phyllostachys edulis [Witters, Casteels & Bondt (2003); Saito, Mori, Sakagami, et al. (2004); Auger & Migeon (2007); Sakagami, Saito, Kongchuensin, et al. (2009); Saito, Zhang, Mori, et al. (2016)]; Phyllostachys makinoi; Phyllostachys nigra [Gutierrez & Schicha (1983); Witters, Casteels & Bondt (2003); Migeon (2015)]; Phyllostachys viridiglaucescens [Auger & Migeon (2007)]; Pleioblastus argentostriatus [Matsuda, Morishita, Hinomoto, et al. (2014); Saito, Zhang, Mori, et al. (2016); Sakamoto, Matsuda, Suzuki, et al. (2017)]; Pleioblastus fortunei [Saito & Takahashi (1980)]; Poaceae sp. [Ehara & Lee (1971)]; Pseudosasa hindsii; Pseudosasa humilis [Auger & Migeon (2007)]; Pseudosasa japonica [Banks (1917); Saito, Mori, Sakagami, et al. (2004)]; Pseudosasa viridula [Auger & Migeon (2007)]; Saccharum officinarum [Ehara (1966)]; Saccharum spontaneum; Sasa kurilensis [Saito & Takahashi (1980)]; Sasa nipponica [Saito & Takahashi (1980)]; Sasa senanensis [Saito & Ueno (1979); Saito & Takahashi (1980)]; Sasa sp. [Ehara (1957); Migeon (2015); Sakamoto, Matsuda, Suzuki, et al. (2017)]; Shibataea kumasaca [Witters, Casteels & Bondt (2003)].
    Salicaceae: Salix babylonica [Arbabi, Baradaran, Abaii, et al. (2009)]

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    Distribution (14 results):


    Australasian: Australia [Gutierrez & Schicha (1983); Migeon (2015)]; Hawaiian Is. (Usa) [Garrett & Haramoto (1967); Lee Goff (1986)].
    Nearctic: United States [Banks (1917); Saito, Mori, Sakagami, et al. (2004)].
    Oriental: China (Oriental) [Ehara & Lee (1971); Wang, Zhang & Zhang (1985)]; Nansei-shoto (Japan) [Ehara (1966)]; Taiwan [Tseng (1990)].
    Palearctic: Belgium [Witters, Casteels & Bondt (2003)]; China (Palearctic) [Wang (1981)]; France [Bolland, Gutierrez & Flechtmann (1998); Auger & Migeon (2007); Migeon (2015)]; Iran [Arbabi, Baradaran, Abaii, et al. (2009); Beyzavi, Ueckermann, Faraji, et al. (2013)]; Japan [Saito & Ueno (1979); Saito & Takahashi (1980); Saito, Mori, Sakagami, et al. (2004); Sakagami, Saito, Kongchuensin, et al. (2009); Matsuda, Morishita, Hinomoto, et al. (2014); Saito, Zhang, Mori, et al. (2016); Sakamoto, Matsuda, Suzuki, et al. (2017)]; Korea (Rep. South) [Lee, Lee, Kim, et al. (1987)]; Netherlands [Bolland, Gutierrez & Flechtmann (1998)]; United Kingdom [Ostoja-Starzewski (2000)].

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