Species


 

Tetranychidae - Bryobiinae - Bryobiini

Bryobia graminum (Schrank, 1781). Schrank (1781): 8. Notes: Van Eyndhoven (1957) gives a good redescription of B. cristata.

Acarus graminum Schrank, 1781. Schrank (1781): 8. Type host: Poaceae sp.. Type locality: Germany.


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Summary:

  • Nomenclature
  • Hosts
  • Distribution
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  • Nomenclature:

    Bryobia amygdali Reck, 1947. Synonym description. Reck (1947): 658. Type host: Rhamnus pallasii. Type locality: Gruziya (Georgia).
    Bryobia amygdali Reck, 1947. Synonymy by. Livshits & Mitrofanov (1966): .

    Bryobia cristata (Dugès, 1834). New combination. Oudemans (1905): 222.
    Bryobia cristata (Dugès, 1834). Synonymy by. Livshits & Mitrofanov (1971): 57.

    Tetranychus cristatus Dugès, 1834. Synonym description. Dugès (1834): 15.

    Bryobia gloriosa Koch, 1835. Synonym description. Koch & Herrich-Schäffer (1835): 9. Type host: Unknown. Type locality: Germany.
    Bryobia gloriosa Koch, 1836. Synonymy by. Oudemans (1937): 1067.

    Acarus graminum Schrank, 1781. Valid nomenclatural act. Schrank (1781): 8. Type host: Poaceae sp.. Type locality: Germany.
    Bryobia graminum (Schrank, 1781). New combination. Oudemans (1929): 1067.

    Rhyncholophus haustor Hardy, 1850. Synonym description. Hardy (1850): 182. Type locality: United Kingdom.
    Bryobia haustor (Hardy, 1850). Synonymy by. Oudemans (1937): 1067.
    Bryobia haustor (Hardy, 1850). New combination. Oudemans (1937): 1067.

    Bryobia praetiosa Womersley, 1940. Misidentification. Womersley (1940): 246.
    Bryobia praetiosa Womersley, 1940. Synonymy by. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 26.

    Acarus rufus Schrank, 1776. Synonym description. Schrank (1776): .
    Acarus rufus Schrank, 1776. Synonymy by. Livshits & Mitrofanov (1971): 57.

    Bryobia zachvatkini Wainstein, 1956. Synonym description. Wainstein (1956): 386. Type host: Mentha sp.. Type locality: Kazakhstan.
    Bryobia zachvatkini Wainstein, 1956. Synonymy by. Livshits & Mitrofanov (1971): 57.

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    Hosts (43 results):


    Amaranthaceae: Amaranthus sp. [Womersley (1940)].
    Amaryllidaceae: Allium cepa [Mladenovic, Stojnic, Vidovic, et al. (2013)].
    Apiaceae: Daucus carota [Mladenovic, Stojnic, Vidovic, et al. (2013)].
    Compositae: Artemisia vulgaris; Chrysanthemum sp. [Pritchard & Baker (1955); Ma & Yuan (1980)]; Cichorium intybus.
    Lamiaceae : Lamiaceae sp. [Mladenovic, Stojnic, Vidovic, et al. (2013)]; Lamium purpureum [Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Mentha longifolia [Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Mentha sp. [Wainstein (1956); Reck (1959)]; Salvia nemorosa [Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)].
    Leguminosae: Calicotome villosa [Ben-David, Ueckermann, Gerson (2013)]; Colutea abyssinica [Ben-David, Ueckermann, Gerson (2013)]; Medicago sativa [Hatzinikolis (1986); Hatzinikolis & Emmanouel (1991)]; Pisum sativum [Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Trifolium alexandrinum; Trifolium repens [Geijskes (1939)]; Trifolium sp. [Manson (1967)]; Vicia sp. [Manson (1967)].
    Malvaceae: Althaea officinalis [Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Malva sylvestris.
    Pinaceae: Pinus strobus [Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)].
    Poaceae: Aegilops sp. [Reck (1959)]; Alopecurus pratensis [Geijskes (1939)]; Avena sp. [Gonzalez (1977)]; Bromus sp. [Gonzalez (1977)]; Cynodon dactylon [Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Elymus repens; Holcus sp.; Hordeum sp. [Hatzinikolis & Emmanouel (1991)]; Lolium perenne [Womersley (1940); Weeks & Breeuwer (2001)]; Phleum sp. [Reck (1959)]; Poa sp.; Poaceae sp. [Schrank (1781); Womersley (1940); Manson (1967); Hallas, Gudleifsson (2004); Mladenovic, Stojnic, Vidovic, et al. (2013)]; Triticum sp. [Womersley (1940); Hatzinikolis & Emmanouel (1991)].
    Ranunculaceae: Ranunculus aconitifolius [Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Ranunculus repens [Geijskes (1939)].
    Rhamnaceae: Rhamnus pallasii [Reck (1947)].
    Rosaceae: Malus domestica [Womersley (1940); Hatzinikolis (1983)]; Prunus amygdalus [Womersley (1940); Reck (1959)]; Pyrus communis [Manson (1967)].
    Rutaceae: Citrus aurantium [Manson (1967)].
    : Unknown [Koch & Herrich-Schäffer (1835); Hardy (1850)]

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    Distribution (23 results):


    Australasian: Australia [Womersley (1940); Jeppson, Keifer & Baker (1975)]; New Zealand [Manson (1967)].
    Neotropical: Chile [Gonzalez (1977)].
    Oriental: China (Oriental) [Ma & Yuan (1980)].
    Palearctic: Azerbaijan [Reck (1959)]; Belgium [Bolland, Gutierrez & Flechtmann (1998)]; Bulgaria [Balevski (1967)]; Egypt [Zaher (1984); Kandeel, Nassar & El-Halawany (1989)]; France [Eyndhoven (1957)]; Germany [Schrank (1781); Koch & Herrich-Schäffer (1835)]; Greece [Hatzinikolis (1983); Hatzinikolis (1986); Hatzinikolis & Emmanouel (1991)]; Gruziya (Georgia) [Reck (1947)]; Hungary [Bozai (1970); Kontschan, J. and Ripka, G. (2017)]; Iceland [Hallas, Gudleifsson (2004)]; Israel [Ben-David, Ueckermann, Gerson (2013)]; Italy [Bernini, Castagnoli & Nannelli (1995)]; Japan [Jeppson, Keifer & Baker (1975)]; Kazakhstan [Wainstein (1956); Wainstein (1956); Reck (1959)]; Morocco [El-Jaouani (1988)]; Netherlands [Vierbergen (1990); Weeks & Breeuwer (2001)]; Serbia-Montenegro [Mladenovic, Stojnic, Vidovic, et al. (2013); Marić, Marčić, Petanović, et al. (2018)]; Switzerland [Mathys (1957)]; United Kingdom [Hardy (1850); Anonymous (1974)].

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