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Tetranychidae - Tetranychinae - Tetranychini

Tetranychus schoenei McGregor, 1941. McGregor (1941): 223.

Tetranychus schoenei McGregor, 1941. McGregor (1941): 223. Type host: Malus domestica. Type locality: United States.


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  • Nomenclature:

    Tetranychus schoenei McGregor, 1941. Valid nomenclatural act. McGregor (1941): 223. Type host: Malus domestica. Type locality: United States.
    Septanychus schoenei (McGregor, 1941). New combination. McGregor (1950): 324.
    Tetranychus schoenei McGregor, 1941. New combination. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 392.
    Tetranychus (Polynychus) schoenei McGregor, 1941. New combination. Flechtmann & Hunter (1971): 26.

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    Hosts (52 results):


    Adoxaceae: Viburnum sp. [Thewke & Enns (1969)].
    Anacardiaceae: Rhus typhina [Reeves (1963)]; Toxicodendron radicans.
    Apocynaceae: Asclepias purpurascens; Asclepias sp. [Flechtmann & Hunter (1971)]; Plumeria sp..
    Araceae: Symplocarpus foetidus.
    Betulaceae: Betula populifolia [Thewke & Enns (1969)].
    Bignoniaceae: Bignonia sp. [Flechtmann & Hunter (1971)].
    Celastraceae: Celastrus scandens [Reeves (1963)]; Euonymus americanus [Thewke & Enns (1969)].
    Compositae: Arctium minus; Euthamia graminifolia; Solidago altissima.
    Fagaceae: Fagus grandifolia.
    Juglandaceae : Carya glabra; Carya illinoinensis [Flechtmann & Davis (1971)].
    Leguminosae: Desmodium canadense [Reeves (1963)]; Desmodium canescens; Gleditsia sp. [Thewke & Enns (1969)]; Glycine max; Gymnocladus dioica [Thewke & Enns (1969)]; Phaseolus sp. [McGregor (1950)]; Robinia pseudoacacia [Reeves (1963)].
    Malvaceae: Gossypium hirsutum; Tilia sp..
    Menispermaceae: Menispermum canadense.
    Moraceae: Morus alba.
    Oleaceae: Syringa inodora.
    Rosaceae: Bossekia odorata [Reeves (1963)]; Malus domestica [McGregor (1941); Seeman, O.D., Beard, J.J. (2011); Darmiani, Sadeghi-Namaghi (2012)]; Potentilla anserina; Potentilla norvegica; Prunus amygdalus [Darmiani, Sadeghi-Namaghi (2012)]; Prunus armeniaca [Darmiani, Sadeghi-Namaghi (2012)]; Prunus domestica [Darmiani, Sadeghi-Namaghi (2012)]; Prunus pensylvanica [Reeves (1963)]; Prunus serotina; Prunus sp. [Reeves (1963)]; Pyrus sp.; Rosa multiflora [Thewke & Enns (1969)]; Rosa palustris [Reeves (1963)]; Rosa sp. [Reeves (1963); Seeman, O.D., Beard, J.J. (2011)]; Rubus allegheniensis; Rubus idaeus; Rubus occidentalis [Reeves (1963)]; Rubus sp. [Reeves (1963); Seeman, O.D., Beard, J.J. (2011)]; Sorbus coronaria; Spiraea sp..
    Salicaceae: Salix discolor [Reeves (1963)].
    Ulmaceae: Ulmus americana [Szczepaniec, Creary, Laskowski, et al. (2011)].
    Vitaceae: Vitis vinifera [Darmiani, Sadeghi-Namaghi (2012)]

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    Distribution (2 results):


    Nearctic: United States [McGregor (1941); Reeves (1963); Flechtmann & Davis (1971); Flechtmann & Hunter (1971); Seeman, O.D., Beard, J.J. (2011); Szczepaniec, Creary, Laskowski, et al. (2011)].
    Palearctic: Iran [Darmiani, Sadeghi-Namaghi (2012); Beyzavi, Ueckermann, Faraji, et al. (2013)].

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