Species


 

Tetranychidae - Tetranychinae - Tetranychini

Tetranychus lintearius Dufour, 1832. Dufour (1832): 281. Notes: This species was redescribed by van Eyndhoven (1967).

Tetranychus lintearius Dufour, 1832. Dufour (1832): 281. Type host: Ulex europaeus. Type locality: France.


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Summary:

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  • Hosts
  • Distribution
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  • Nomenclature:

    Tetranychus lintearius Dufour, 1832. Valid nomenclatural act. Dufour (1832): 281. Type host: Ulex europaeus. Type locality: France.

    Tetranychus lintearicus Dufour, 1832. Misspelling. Dufour (1832): 276.

    Tetranychus ulicis Spicer, 1868. Synonym description. Spicer (1868): 49. Notes: André, cited T. ulicis Jourdain without anymore reference. T. ulicis must be attributed to Spicer, 1868.
    Tetranychus ulicis Spicer, 1868. Synonymy by. André (1933): 13.

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    Hosts (6 results):


    Leguminosae: Calicotome spinosa [André (1933)]; Calicotome villosa; Ulex europaeus [Dufour (1832); André (1933); Stone (1986); Ferragut & Santonja (1989); Hill & O Donnell (1991); Hill & O Donnell (1991); Pratt, Coombs & Croft (2002); Ireson, Gourlay, Kwong, et al. (2003); Norambuena M & Escobar S (2004); Davies, Ireson & Allen (2007); Norambuena, Martinez, Carrillo, et al. (2007); Seeman, O.D., Beard, J.J. (2011); Marriott, Florentine, Raman (2013); Migeon (2015)]; Ulex minor [Eyndhoven (1967); Ferragut & Santonja (1989)]; Ulex parviflorus [Ferragut & Santonja (1989)].
    Rutaceae: Boronia sp. [Seeman, O.D., Beard, J.J. (2011)]

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    Distribution (13 results):


    Australasian: Australia [Ireson, Gourlay, Kwong, et al. (2003); Davies, Ireson & Allen (2007); Marriott, Florentine, Raman (2013)]; Hawaiian Is. (Usa) [Markin, Yoshioka & Conant (1996); Norambuena M & Escobar S (2004); Norambuena, Martinez, Carrillo, et al. (2007)]; New Zealand [Hill, Gourlay & Wigley (1989); Ireson, Gourlay, Kwong, et al. (2003); Davies, Ireson & Allen (2007)]; Tasmania (Australia) [Ireson, Gourlay, Kwong, et al. (2003); Davies, Ireson & Allen (2007); Seeman, O.D., Beard, J.J. (2011)].
    Nearctic: United States [Markin, Yoshioka & Conant (1996); Pratt, Coombs & Croft (2002)].
    Neotropical: Chile [Norambuena M & Escobar S (2004); Norambuena, Martinez, Carrillo, et al. (2007)].
    Palearctic: Algeria [André (1933)]; Belgium [Zacher (1949)]; France [Dufour (1832); André (1933); Migeon (2015)]; Italy [Canestrini & Fanzago (1878)]; Portugal [Hill & Stone (1985); Ireson, Gourlay, Kwong, et al. (2003); Norambuena M & Escobar S (2004); Norambuena, Martinez, Carrillo, et al. (2007)]; Spain [Ferragut & Santonja (1989); Ireson, Gourlay, Kwong, et al. (2003)]; United Kingdom [Hirst (1920); Hill & O Donnell (1991); Hill & O Donnell (1991); Ireson, Gourlay, Kwong, et al. (2003); Davies, Ireson & Allen (2007)].

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