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A new species of Charassothrips Hood from Colombia (Insecta, Thysanoptera, Thripidae) with an updated key to the known species.

Goldarazena A, Mound L - J. Insect Sci. (2010)

Bottom Line: Charassothrips macroseta sp.n. is described and illustrated from Colombia.A key is provided to the five species now recognised in the Neotropical genus Charassothrips, each of which has the head and pronotum, mesonotum and metanotum prominently sculptured and the abdominal tergites with a craspedum on the posterior margins.

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Affiliation: Neiker-Tecnalia, Basque Institute of Agricultural Research and Development, Department of Plant Production and Protection, Granja Modelo Arkaute, Antigua Carretera Nacional Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain. agoldarazena@neiker.net

ABSTRACT
Charassothrips macroseta sp.n. is described and illustrated from Colombia. A key is provided to the five species now recognised in the Neotropical genus Charassothrips, each of which has the head and pronotum, mesonotum and metanotum prominently sculptured and the abdominal tergites with a craspedum on the posterior margins.

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Charassothrips macroseta male. 14, Pronotum. 15, Glandular pore. 16, Forewing seta broad and grooved longitudinally. 17, Habitus. 18, Tergite III with craspedum. 19, Pronotal disc with polygonal sculpture well developed, with internal markings. High quality figures are available online.
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f14: Charassothrips macroseta male. 14, Pronotum. 15, Glandular pore. 16, Forewing seta broad and grooved longitudinally. 17, Habitus. 18, Tergite III with craspedum. 19, Pronotal disc with polygonal sculpture well developed, with internal markings. High quality figures are available online.

Mentions: Specimens studied: 2 females and 2 males on Piper flowers, Costa Rica, La Selva, 25/11/1992 (LAM 2421).


A new species of Charassothrips Hood from Colombia (Insecta, Thysanoptera, Thripidae) with an updated key to the known species.

Goldarazena A, Mound L - J. Insect Sci. (2010)

Charassothrips macroseta male. 14, Pronotum. 15, Glandular pore. 16, Forewing seta broad and grooved longitudinally. 17, Habitus. 18, Tergite III with craspedum. 19, Pronotal disc with polygonal sculpture well developed, with internal markings. High quality figures are available online.
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f14: Charassothrips macroseta male. 14, Pronotum. 15, Glandular pore. 16, Forewing seta broad and grooved longitudinally. 17, Habitus. 18, Tergite III with craspedum. 19, Pronotal disc with polygonal sculpture well developed, with internal markings. High quality figures are available online.
Mentions: Specimens studied: 2 females and 2 males on Piper flowers, Costa Rica, La Selva, 25/11/1992 (LAM 2421).

Bottom Line: Charassothrips macroseta sp.n. is described and illustrated from Colombia.A key is provided to the five species now recognised in the Neotropical genus Charassothrips, each of which has the head and pronotum, mesonotum and metanotum prominently sculptured and the abdominal tergites with a craspedum on the posterior margins.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Neiker-Tecnalia, Basque Institute of Agricultural Research and Development, Department of Plant Production and Protection, Granja Modelo Arkaute, Antigua Carretera Nacional Vitoria-Gasteiz, Spain. agoldarazena@neiker.net

ABSTRACT
Charassothrips macroseta sp.n. is described and illustrated from Colombia. A key is provided to the five species now recognised in the Neotropical genus Charassothrips, each of which has the head and pronotum, mesonotum and metanotum prominently sculptured and the abdominal tergites with a craspedum on the posterior margins.

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