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Tetranychidae - Tetranychinae - Eurytetranychini

Aponychus spinosus (Banks, 1909). Banks (1909): 134.

Tetranychopsis spinosa Banks, 1909. Banks (1909): 134. Type host: Tilia sp.. Type locality: Canada.


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Summary:

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  • Hosts
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  • Nomenclature:

    Tetranychopsis spinosa Banks, 1909. Valid nomenclatural act. Banks (1909): 134. Type host: Tilia sp.. Type locality: Canada.
    Neotetranychus (Eutetranychus) spinosa (Banks, 1909). New combination. Banks (1917): 197.
    Eutetranychus spinosa (Banks, 1909). New combination. McGregor (1950): 268.

    Eutetranychus spinosus (Banks, 1909). New combination. Pritchard & Baker (1955): 113.
    Aponychus spinosus (Banks, 1909). New combination. Tuttle & Baker (1968): 82.

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    Hosts (17 results):


    Cannabaceae: Celtis occidentalis.
    Caprifoliaceae: Lonicera tatarica.
    Compositae: Lactuca serriola.
    Cucurbitaceae: Cucurbita pepo [Paschoal & Reis (1968)].
    Euphorbiaceae: Ricinus communis [Paschoal (1968)].
    Leguminosae: Phaseolus vulgaris [Paschoal (1970)].
    Malvaceae: Hibiscus rosa-sinensis; Tilia americana [Pritchard & Baker (1955)]; Tilia sp. [Banks (1909)].
    Moraceae: Morus alba [Thewke & Enns (1969)].
    Poaceae: Poaceae sp. [Pritchard & Baker (1955)].
    Rosaceae: Rubus occidentalis [Reeves (1963)]; Rubus sp. [Thewke & Enns (1969)].
    Rutaceae: Citrus sp. [Aranda & Flechtman (1971)].
    Solanaceae: Brugmansia arborea [Guanilo, A.D., Moraes, G.J.d., Toledo, S., et al. (2010)].
    Ulmaceae: Ulmus americana [Flechtmann & Hunter (1971)]; Ulmus rubra [Reeves (1963)]

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    Distribution (6 results):


    Nearctic: Canada [Banks (1909)]; United States [Pritchard & Baker (1955); Flechtmann & Hunter (1971)].
    Neotropical: Argentina [Guanilo, A.D., Moraes, G.J.d., Toledo, S., et al. (2010)]; Brazil [Paschoal (1969)]; Paraguay [Aranda & Flechtman (1971)].
    Oriental: Philippines [Thewke & Enns (1969)].

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